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Little Barrie — Love You
Album: Stand Your Ground
Avg rating:
5.9

Your rating:
Total ratings: 578









Released: 2007
Length: 3:01
Plays (last 30 days): 1
Hands off baby don't you dare go dial,
It's a sure fire way to put my soul on trial,
Won't you barricade me to your one door town,
They'll be hell no way I'm gonna turn that down,
Memory recalling that this firm don't understand,
But I can't draw no breath until I got you by the hand.

Because I love you,
Love you,
Love you,
Oh yeah I love you.

Shirts and ties,
It's suicide,
Gonna be no hassle if you keep it quiet,
Like a goalmouth scramble for someplace to hide,
And that red stripe noose is getting more my size,
Yeah, Yeah, Yeah,
Voluntary mover go hook that turn back down the road,
You'll be solitary 'till you get exactly what you want.

Sure as hell no souvenir for knowing just what you missed,
One of these days I'm losing here and still,
Wonder who you're with
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A little bit of trivia; Steve Howe's son played drums and some vocals for this band from 2007 - 2017, when he unexpectedly died of a heart attack. 
I was hearing Dr Feelgood riffs. Anyone else with me?  Outstanding Track!
Ah. Joan Jett meets Devo. 
 wrangler wrote:
yawn......


 
zzzzzzzzzz

closely followed by SRV - puts this to bed for me.
 macbags wrote:
Have I grown old, or has paradise?

 
YOU HAVE BECOME STINGRAY! MEIN GOTT! 
Ten Years After has had a terrible collision with a candy pop Los Lobos. Ugh. 
A number one hit!
Why I do rather think this one is quite likeable old bean.
This was crazy making. A solid 2 in my book...
effin awful
 Mugro wrote:
Sounds a bit like Jet meets 1960s garage bands like the Standells and whatnot.
 
Yeah! Ain't it great!
luv it
Nice positioning with "Sing, Sing, Sing" since it shows the drumbeat similarity.
 jimmpypowder wrote:
A true original! LOL.
 
Truly groundbreaking, never heard anything like it.
A true original! LOL.

Yeah...I thought it was "Are you gonna be my girl?"  too

promising, but not there yet. the singer needs to listen to more peter green or sumpthin.
Have I grown old, or has paradise?
 Felix_The_Cat wrote:
I said are you gonna be my gurl??
 
"And I said no, no, no, no-no-no..."

Surely a lot like Baby Please Don't Go, the way Them played it! They make rock 'n' roll sound fresh and unpretentious again. I guess that needs to happen, from time to time. 
Good energy! I like how the guitar emulates the bassline in parts of the song. Good stuff.
zair99 wrote:
I love this, I don't care what people say! I wish I could find it, too.

Try Limewire

nix mis mee ;-)

I said are you gonna be my gurl??
 V-bro wrote:
I like this!{#Dancingbanana}
 
{#Bananajam}

I like this!{#Dancingbanana}
I love this, I don't care what people say!  I wish I could find it, too.
Man, tough crowd on this particular selection. I personally dig it enough to be frustrated that I can't find the mp3 for purchase.
 Proclivities wrote:
Musically it's not bad, but that singer sounds like he's about eleven years old.
Maybe that's the origin of the band name?
 
Ha! Right on.
I just said this on the Comments board, but thought it could be said here as well:

I feel like "I Love You" would segue great into "Ballroom Blitz" by Sweet. There's something about the groove that seems similar...
that's really kicking ass! 8 for the moment and I don't care if they seem childish as long as it rocks!
 keller1 wrote:
5.9?

Five point frickin nine?

Come on, let's rock!
 
Yeh let's go! {#Cool}
Musically it's not bad, but that singer sounds like he's about eleven years old.
Maybe that's the origin of the band name?


 Stefen wrote:
Reminds me of Ten Years After.
 
Again.... without the chops.


With the exception of Rev. Horton Heat, who adds a touch of extra balls-i-ness and a lot of creativity to the lyrics in his songs, most new rockabilly sounds like a flatter version of old rockabilly. 
milquetoast.... the most Holy Reverend Horton Heat does this type of thing much better.

 lmic wrote:
 serendipity_blue wrote:
Sounds like someone else who sang some other song some other time.
Totally.
 

BINGO

yawn......

 serendipity_blue wrote:
Sounds like someone else who sang some other song some other time.
Totally.
{#Eh} {#Rolleyes} {#Yawn}
Reminds me of Ten Years After.
Sounds a bit like Jet meets 1960s garage bands like the Standells and whatnot.
First time hearing this. Okay, but it just sounds contrived, like hearing an Ivy League invesment banker singing the blues. Causing the blues, maybe.
good song, but flat presentation. 
 keller1 wrote:
5.9?

Five point frickin nine?

Come on, let's rock!
 

reeeeeally people! Well Im rockin out in syracuse!! ;o)
5.9?

Five point frickin nine?

Come on, let's rock!
Hi ! He comes in Lille last year for a little gig .... quite good !
:guitarist: :drummer: :dance:
Funny, but I think it sounds like both those acts. NHMick wrote:
Sort of Joan Jett meets The Mooney Suzuki, or Jet? Cool stuff, tho. :guitarist:
small faces without the chops.
I thought they were "Jet". I like them, good rock and rolllllllllllll :hungry:
Voice is a little too "clean" for the job.
Who is this Little Barrie??
For some strange reason, I hear Ted Nugent's "Moter City Madhouse" in there somewhere...and it's not even Friday!!
Mostly good, but there was a few digital hiccups.
Reminds me of Lou Ann Barton when she and SRV were starting out... Bill, do you play anything off the unreleased first SRV album? (click here) That's funny! After I submit this comment you play a SRV tune!!
Like the bluesy sound and rhythm section. Survey says....7.
This is a bit of a hiccup in what had been a solid set of music.
jjbix wrote:
WELL, if I had a few beers in me, it's dark and smokey in a dance hall, and with the right (or wrong) gal, OK!
Hah, all right then. If only that was among a list of alternate ratings..
araujokrl wrote:
c'mon, your hips aren't itchin' to shake, just a little?
WELL, if I had a few beers in me, it's dark and smokey in a dance hall, and with the right (or wrong) gal, OK!
jjbix wrote:
predictable, repetitive, very average at best. . . so that's a "Ho-Hum" in my book.
c'mon, your hips aren't itchin' to shake, just a little?
love this
predictable, repetitive, very average at best. . . so that's a "Ho-Hum" in my book.
effin right mate!!!
Seriously toe-tapping stuff! If I weren't wearing headphones I'd be bopping to this - real old-school rockabilly. 8 from the Nottingham jury.
I like this at the end of a long day!
Catchy ditty!
:dancingbanana_2:
A cover, orginally by Muttonbone https://www.muttonbone.com
meydele wrote:
Exactly what I thought. This is not a bad thing. . . Jet rock.
Got an album from a St Petersburg band The Jets: looking to travel......
ScottFromWyoming wrote:
Yeah! That song with notes? I liked it too.
Yeah, that one!
I thought this was the Monkees at first. He kind of sounds like Davey.
ScottFromWyoming wrote:
Yeah! That song with notes? I liked it too.
ROFL Scott :lol: :lol:
serendipity_blue wrote:
Sounds like someone else who sang some other song some other time.
Yeah! That song with notes? I liked it too.
Ok. I get it.
snowcat wrote:
Sounds very much like Jet.
Exactly what I thought. This is not a bad thing. . . Jet rock.
Sort of Joan Jett meets The Mooney Suzuki, or Jet? Cool stuff, tho. :guitarist:
Rock on Bill. 7.
snowcat wrote:
Sounds very much like Jet.
totally agree.. totally dig! :nyah:
Sounds very much like Jet.
Great garage band sound!!! :dancingbanana_2:
Diggin this!
Reminds me of that other song...white stripes?
Sounds like someone else who sang some other song some other time.
Catchy tune.