The latest offering from the Chile Colorado band lead guitarist “Fast Woman’s Lovin” has recently been gathering pace online and FM radio stations. The new single releases have started to see the grow in popularity amongst platforms such as Youtube and Soundcloud.
Although the band is primarily classed as hard rock, “Fast Woman’s Lovin” is sure to attract any fan of blues, but also has the ability to introduce anyone new into the genre; giving a great rocky/blues feel. The band do a great job in creating this catchy blues number.
The song sets the mood for a classic late night bar scene, painting the perfect picture of a smoke filled room, dim lights and plenty of alcohol.
“Fast Woman’s Lovin” holds smooth vocals, cool bass licks, prominent organ, and amazing guitar solos. Sounds similar to Jimi Hendrix can sometimes be heard, especially with its impressive fast guitar shredding. However, even with these great attributes, the song still manages to give a chilled out vibe.
The ‘Chile Colorado’ single features Ron Wright lead guitarist, Bobby Kimball (TOTO) lead vocalist, with background vocalist Valerie Carter, Dave Marada on bass, John Ferraro on drums, and Mark Ross on keys. All are veteran California musicians and can be heard on multiple albums in most everyone’s collections. Produced by Mike Lent and Ron Wright, recording engineer Chris Minto. Composed by Ron Wright & David Bell.
The song enters with lyrics:
A fast woman’s lovin is hardened and hot
Well a fast loving woman is all she got
A fast woman’s lovin moves so slow
And a fast loving woman fades like smoke
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