Aint Nothin Fancy—Roxy Roca

Roxy Roca – “Ain’t Nothin’ Fancy”

3.5 out of 5 based on 2 customer ratings
(2 customer reviews)

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1.    Ain’t Nothin’ Fancy (It’s Love) (4:09)
2.   Love Maker DeVille (3:08)
3.   I Don’t Wanna Dream No More (4:06)
4.   Try My Love (3:16)
5.   Don’t Call Me (Maybe I’ll Call You) (4:17)
6.   Cornbread (2:36)
7.   Talkin’ ‘Bout Love (3:35)
8.   When the Lights Go Down (4:31)
9.   Rainy Day (4:28)
10. Bank Account (2:45)
11.  It’s Your Dream (5:18)

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ROXY ROCA is a powerhouse of southern soul, stirring up your spirit with a gritty and infectious sound influenced as much by soul and funk legends of the late 60s like James Brown, Joe Tex, and Al Green as by early rock ‘n’ roll pioneers like Chubby Checker and Little Richard and early 70’s psychedelic funk rockers like War and Sly and the Family Stone. Formed in late 2010, the band quickly developed a reputation for getting a room on its feet and in motion with a sound that has been described as Dynamite Texas Soul — driving, horn-powered southern soul with a certain explosiveness and swagger that is distinctly Texas.

 

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2 reviews for Roxy Roca – “Ain’t Nothin’ Fancy”

  1. 5 out of 5

    (verified owner):

    Take my word for it folks, these guys will rock your socks off, southern soul and funk style. I first saw them when I booked them at the Monnalisa Bar in Houston. They killed it that night. The next time I booked them there, the ladies were throwing underwear on the stage. I decided I needed to work closer with them, so here they are on Stag Records. Highly recommend you get a copy of “Ain’t Nothin Fancy”!

  2. 2 out of 5

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    Too manufactured. There is too much reverb and the horns barely make a strong presence.The lyrics are decent at best and when you listen to “soul” you need to feel something. I felt nothing. What happened to old fashioned recording? It sounds like these guys are another sell out group. Stay true to old sound.

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