Izzy Cox -- "Love Letters from the Electric Chair”

Izzy Cox -- "Love Letters from the Electric Chair”

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I have absolutely no intention of describing Izzy's songs -- words cannot express
.... and you really should just go see her sometime. Okay –


I will explain that "Lyin' Eyes, Cheatin' Heart" is a show shuffle with very sparse instrumentation (she hardly needs anything else but herself), and that "Man of the Cloth" (the final cut of 14 here) opens with some killer dobro here she says she is not going to heaven --
after all, she shot her husband square in her front lawn. This, too, is basically a stripped down, slow ballad.

Did I mention that this woman is truly special?

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reviews on live performance (opening up for the recounters (jack white)

http://dailybruin.ucla.edu/stories/2006/jun/12/online-exclusive-concert-revie/


Among them were singer/songwriter Izzy Cox and members from Rose’s Pawn Shop, who
are part of the L.A. rockabilly scene. In addition to several dusty ballads, they performed a stellar version of Johnny Cash’s “Ring of Fire” before clearing the stage.

reviews on live show

http://flanfire.blogspot.com/search?q=izzy+cox

videos.....

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P0gbbXa9JSk

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4WfnDoiVb7k

I have absolutely no intention of describing Izzy's songs -- words cannot express
.... and you really should just go see her sometime. Okay –


I will explain that "Lyin' Eyes, Cheatin' Heart" is a show shuffle with very sparse instrumentation (she hardly needs anything else but herself), and that "Man of the Cloth" (the final cut of 14 here) opens with some killer dobro here she says she is not going to heaven --
after all, she shot her husband square in her front lawn. This, too, is basically a stripped down, slow ballad.

Did I mention that this woman is truly special?

reviews on live performance (opening up for the recounters (jack white)

http://dailybruin.ucla.edu/stories/2006/jun/12/online-exclusive-concert-revie/


Among them were singer/songwriter Izzy Cox and members from Rose’s Pawn Shop, who
are part of the L.A. rockabilly scene. In addition to several dusty ballads, they performed a stellar version of Johnny Cash’s “Ring of Fire” before clearing the stage.

reviews on live show

http://flanfire.blogspot.com/search?q=izzy+cox

videos.....

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P0gbbXa9JSk

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4WfnDoiVb7k