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THE GREAT JEFFRINI for  Spud Tones Music

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Vikki Lee and her Music

     Vikki Lee is an accomplished all-around musician as well as being an experienced, highly skilled and dynamic entertainer. Appearing in numerous musical configurations...from solo artist, duo, trio, to being the leader of the band.... she has successfully engaged and captivated audiences in every venue she has played...from low class bars, dives, and pubs... all the way to the celebrated stages of luxury hotels, theaters, music festivals, and arenas.

     Ms. Lee possess an unique, instantly identifiable voice, and the ability to sing in almost any musical style... from folk, rock, and soul...to singer/songwriter, rockabilly, country and even light opera and jazz.... often being compared in vocal quality and versatility to the magnificent Linda Ronstadt.

     Vikki is also a solid guitar player and she KICKS  ASS on the slide guitar....her major influences being Duane

Allman and the legendary Johnny Winter.  Just check out the video page for her version of the Elmore James

song, "Dust My Broom."

     To top all of this off,  Vikki Lee is wonderful song writer, producing  a very large, wide ranging portfolio of

delightful  tunes in  many different  genres. 

          

So sit back and enjoy some of the very best music from Vikki Lee.

By the way, most of these tracks were also arranged, produced,  as well as recorded by Vikki Lee.

 

DUE TO THE LARGE NUMBER OF TRACKS WE HAVE INCLUDED ON THIS PAGE,

IT MAY TAKE SEVERAL MOMENTS FOR THE MUSIC PLAYERS TO FULLY LOAD.

PLEASE WAIT FOR THIS TO OCCUR.

We'll begin with a sampling of songs from all of  the Vikki Lee albums we have released for sale.  Music from these albums is available at iTunes, Amazon,  and other quality digital music stores. 

Listen to Vikki Lee's music on  SPOTIFY

by clicking on the link below

Songs from album  "Arrows and Bows" - featuring the guitar and vocals of Albert Lee

Music from this album is available at  iTunes  and  Amazon

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Songs from album  "Song and Dance Cafe" - featuring the guitar and vocals of Albert Lee

Music from this album is available at  iTunes  and  Amazon

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Songs from album  "Lucky Seven" - featuring Glen Glenn and the guitar of Albert Lee

Music from this alblum is available at  iTunes  and  Amazon

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Songs from album  "Stable Condition"  -  featuring the guitar of Albert Lee

Music from this album is available at  iTunes  and  Amazon

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Songs from album  "Pasture Bedtime"

Music from this album is available at  iTunes  and  Amazon

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Songs from album  "Soliloquy"

Music from this album is available at  iTunes  and  Amazon

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OK.....Now for a real treat.....Vikki Lee "Live" !!

These next tracks were recorded "live" at performances of Vikki's smokin' band, Sticky Vikki and The Pinecones...featuring the legendary Albert Lee on guitar.

Let's kick this thing off with "Two More Bottles of Wine."

"Just Say Yes"....another great  performance from "Sticky Vikki" Lee.

Vikki and Albert perform their version of the classic song, "Love Hurts."

"I Go Rockin' When You Roll".....Yeah...You go girl.

"Doublewide"....This song rocks....and it's funny too.

Occassional Pinecone keyboard player, Michael Jarrett, wrote this hit,  "I'm Leavin' ," for Elvis.

Here is a small sample from Vikki Lee's vast collection of unreleased recorded songs.  Some of  the tracks may be released in the future.

This song, "Keep Your Head Down", is a blues/soul rocker, and was recorded with Vikki's first band, The Vikki Lee Band.      Listen to that horn section...wow.

Now for a change of pace..."Nessun Dorma."   That's right.

Vikki Lee loves traditional country music and this track, "Your Eyes Are Talking,"  proves the point.

This tune, "Should Have Been Mine," sounds like it came from the musical, "Cabaret."

Did I mention that Vikki can yodel?  Well she can !

Somewhere Patsy Montana is smiling.....

These next four songs showcase Vikki Lee's wicked sense of humor.  "The Theory of Anything" really does explain the totality of existence.

"No Way To Treat A Dress"...Oh yes..the vicissitudes of fashion can be daunting.

"If Santa Was A Cowboy"....a touching Christmas song.

Hey......the blues can be funny too...

I don't want "That Thing" either.....do you?

"I Wanted Him"....An audience favorite...especially with Vikki's female fans.  This is an acoustic version of the first track on the Arrows and Bows album above

"Lucky In Love"...This is an acoustic version of another fan favorite on the Arrows and Bows album.

"Morning Don't Come"....This unreleased track is another great Vikki Lee love song

We all like this song so much that Vikki recorded an acoustic version.