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Album Review

Lusty persona aside, Candye Kane is a tremendous vocalist with an impressive range. Her first release on Ruf Records in 2003 includes a version of "Something's Got a Hold on Me" that would make Etta James proud (unfortunately, the backing track doesn't match her intensity), while the title track, "Whole Lotta Love," sticks real close to Led Zeppelin's version without the extended guitar solo. Guest star Charlie Musselwhite contributes two tracks; "Put It All in There" features his harp virtuosity, and on "What's That Smell" he switches to acoustic guitar and vocals. All in all, this is a fun release suitable for any Saturday night get-together.


Born: 13 November 1965 in Ventura, CA

Genre: Blues

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

Los Angeles native Candye Kane sings a sassy and showbiz-savvy blend of blues and soul that takes no prisoners of any persuasion. Kane has been a lot of things in her life, from a mother and serious student to a pinup girl and actress (both on-stage and in risqué movies), and she even did a stint as a serious, full-tilt punk rocker. She'd be just another fringe player in L.A. except for two things -- she can sing like nobody's business and she has a sexy, intelligent, and passionate musical vision...
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