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Customer Reviews

Fallen in love with Lanie Lane!

What a killer album. Every song had its own character. If your new to this album then listen to 'Oh Well Thats What You Get Falling In Love With a Cowboy' and you will know what all the fuss is about. Love it.

Love Lanie

I saw Lanie live at The Basement when she was the support act for Fitz and the Tantrums a few months back and she was ab fab!

In fact she was so good, she could have been the main attraction that night. Alone at the mic with only her electric guitar to keep her company, Lanie absolutely rocked it and got all of the audience going too.

And this album is everything I hoped it would be and more. Teaming up with musical genius, Jack White for the tunes "Ain't Hungry" and "My Man," Lanie puts a contemporary spin on the 50s blues sound, and it hits the spot perfectly.

Lanie is like Etta James meets Gaga - a blues chic with a 90s upbringing. Terrific album. A must for all music lovers.

Lanie Lane, how refreshing.

Love, love, this album. And Lanie is an Aussie, how good is that.

To the Horses (Bonus Track Version), Lanie Lane
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