Frankie Rose & The Outs – “You’re No Good” (Dee Dee Warwick Cover)

Frankie Rose & her band ably tackle “You’re No Good,” upping and distorting the original’s atmosphere. Judging from her nostalgia of choice, Rose likely used the 1963 Dee Dee Warwick version of the Clint Ballard, Jr. track as her blueprint, not the later take by Linda Ronstadt. It’ll appear on Aquarium Drunkard’s forthcoming “girl-groups mixtape” Where The Boys Aren’t, a title that puns on the ’60s film (and Connie Francis tune) Where The Boys Are (and that someone should have mentioned has already been used elsewhere for a different all-female collection).

Frankie Rose And The Outs – “You’re No Good” (Dee Dee Warwick Cover)
(Via Aquarium Drunkard)

As a reminder, Frankie Rose And The Outs is out 9/21 on Slumberland. The above cover isn’t on it. But this is:

Frankie Rose And The Outs – “Little Brown Haired Girls”