Justin Curtis | Talk Talk Talk

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Talk Talk Talk

by Justin Curtis

Stompin' hillbilly honky tonkin' tunes with a rockabilly boom-chicka-boom beat
Genre: Rock: Rockabilly
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Talk Talk Talk
1:52 $0.99
2. Ice Cream Boogie
2:04 $0.99
3. Little Message
2:16 $0.99
4. What's Her Name
1:52 $0.99
5. Cadillac Girl
2:15 $0.99
6. Just Tell Me Why
1:50 $0.99
7. I Wanna Rob Trains
1:38 $0.99
8. Nothing To Do
2:18 $0.99
9. Black Leather Hurricane
2:26 $0.99
10. Burn Down the House
2:19 $0.99
11. I've Never Been To Prison
2:34 $0.99
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Album Notes
Eleven stompin' hillbilly honky tonkin' tunes with a boom-chicka-boom beat. Turn it up loud and listen to tales of lost love, cars, motorcycles, prison and ice cream.

This follow up to first Lazy J Records release "Living Room Confessions" features the extraordinary guitar work of Deke Dickerson on "Little Message", "Burn Down the House" and the title track.

1. Talk Talk Talk (some people have too much to say about nothing much at all)
2. Ice Cream Boogie (girls and ice cream, my two favorite things about summer)
3. Little Message (a real honest to goodness love song)
4. What's Her Name (I never did find out)
5. Cadillac Girl (pure adolescent fantasy)
6. Just Tell Me Why (a bouncy little song about rejection)
7. I Wanna Rob Trains (a childhood dream of mine)
8. Nothing To Do (a happy little song about being depressed)
9. Black Leather Hurricane (there's a fine line between style and bad taste)
10. Burn Down the House (don't try this at home)
11. I've Never Been To Prison (the unofficial theme song for the Bitter Divorced Men's Club)

In the links section (bottom left hand corner of this page) you'll find a links to videos for Cadillac Girl and Nothing To Do.



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Dennis the Truck Driver

Loved it. Great fun time music.
I generally liked this CD. The songs were fun, and the writing and playing were generally good. Deke Dickerson adds a lot of swingin', rockin' guitar, as he always does. My only minor 'gripe' would be that the songs were too short.
While the lyrics were not 'rocket science', they were more than adequate for rockabilly/country/honky-tonk songs.
I hope Justin comes to St. Louis soon!

Pete Williams

Great party, funtime, or dance CD!
Just a great CD to liven up any party. Clever, catchy lyrics, and beats to warm the heart of any rockabilly dancers and get 'em on their feet.


TALK TALK TALK is like a sequel of the Hill Billy CD
All the songs are good on TALK TALK TALK but my favorite is Ice Cream Treats. The beat is like what I danced to as a teenager in the forties.

Boppin' Bill

This CD just makes you feel good...
This CD just makes you feel good when you play it. The louder you play it, the better you feel. Justin is a fine songwriter whose catchy lyrics and hooks capture your imagination. TALK TALK TALK is well produced, nicely mixed, and the addition of Deke Dickerson's guitar adds something special to everything he appears on. Get your wallet out.

Brook Crowley

Good Things Come on Short CD's
This is just the thing for a rockin' party- "Talk, Talk, Talk"! This CD has a grand total of only twenty-three-and-a-half minutes long (that's right, folks, count 'em!), but there are still some hot sounds here. The title track (where Justin repeats the word "Talk" at least a hundred times) plus "Ice-cream Boogie" and "A Little Message are my highlights. Augmented by two upright bass players, three drummers and four electric guitarists (all taking turns, of course!) this is one for your next party. Give it a go!