The 11/6 Podcast is Up: Introducing Louise Robey’s New Single
Written by admin on November 7, 2009
Tha podcast edit for our 11/6/09 Revenge of the 80s Radio show is up and available at the end of this post.
This week, we are proud to present the World Radio Premiere of Louise Robey‘s new single: “A Woman Scorned.” I had the honor of Louise, Stan Schaffer, Fred Lauver (Manager) and Suzanne Tripaldi (Robey’s agent) offering us the opportunity to be the first to air this superb dance track. Our review on the song can be found in this post from earlier this week.
[amazonify]B002FLOTPO[/amazonify]”A Woman Scorned” is not the typical dance tune one tends to hear at clubs and can barely distinguish from the last twenty heard; this song stands out for several reasons. First, “A Woman Scorned” does something that Robey was seemingly not permitted to do in the 80s: it showcase’s her five-octave vocal range. From belting out the refrain to hitting some good lower notes and then changing up with soulful Indian-esque chants, Robey’s new song has the potential of returning her to the dance charts she dominated for a while in the mid 1980s.
So far, each of Louise Robey’s newest creations, “Pure Love,” “Baby Insane” and “A Woman Scorned,” one again establish her as continuing to be on he cutting edge of alternative dance music. The tracks are vastly eclectic in nature yet focus much more on the artistic end of the music rather than worry over formulas that have dominated the industry and handcuffed the likes of Louise and other exceptional singers and musicians of the past six decades, finally showcasing her true artistic talents. “A Woman Scorned” will very likely be spun at clubs around the world as the new Luise Robey fire catches on.
Look for Louise Robey’s Box Set Anthology.