Diane Durrett’s Soul Suga’ Review by Tulsa’s Blues News

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Diane Durrett: SOUL SUGA’:
(Blooming Tunes Music)
Diane Durrett’s latest CD Soul Suga’, literally swept me off my feet. Discovery is always so cool; something different; something exciting; cruzin’ music deluxe. Good music starts with great talent, songs, lyrics, engineering and smooth production. Soul Suga’ has all these things in spades. Diane’s vocals are as smooth as a baby’s behind. She has great help on this wonderful CD from her Atlanta, GA friends such as Yonrico Scott, June Bug Massey, Randall Bramblett and Tinsely Ellis. Songs of note are numerous, and plentiful such as Show Up Sexy, All is Well, Be Somebody’s Angel, Push the Push Back and my favorite track, WooHoo (I got a little woohoo in my hoohoo; I need a little woohoo from you), which was nominated for a Grammy. Some may blush at the sexyiness, and the cheekiness of these blues shuffling numbers, but it sweetens’ my cup of tea. God, I love my job! – Freddie Morrow

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