"Quatro proves she’s lost none of her musical bravado or spunk."
Before there was Pat Benatar, Joan Jett or Lita Ford there was Suzi Quatro. She was one of the first women to make her mark as a solo rock vocalist and bass guitarist. Now in her late sixties, Quatro proves she’s lost none of her musical bravado or spunk. Throughout the cuts on No Control, the Detroit-born dynamo delivers a heaping plate of tasty treats, with the blues and boogie of “Going Home,” the edgy “Macho Man” and the R&B-ish anthem “Heavy Duty.” She also displays some cool chops on the jazzy “Bass Line” and explores her pop side on “Strings.”
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Producer: Mike Curtis