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Happy Hour

Hollie Cook

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Lovers’ rock is the summer pop version of reggae, a style infused with a good dose of romance. The style developed in the UK across the 70s and 80s and later became an art form in its own right thanks to Dennis Bovell, a producer and bassist who spearheaded the movement (particularly with tracks like Silly Games, a hit sung by Janet Kay, and After Tonight, a track he released with his band Matumbi). Since the start of her career in 2011, Hollie Cook decided to embrace lovers rock and give it a new lease of life. On this fourth album by the daughter of Sex Pistol drummer Paul Cook, we’re immediately plunged back into this cool, unpolished style of reggae. There’s the catchy single Happy Hour, the brilliant track Moving On with its skank roots and strings, an ode to Notting Hill (Move My Way), and the melancholic final track, Praying, which rounds the entire album off beautifully. It’s easy to understand why Ms Cook enjoys such great success. This release is clean and features songs that are easy to sing and dance along to; in fact, you could say these nine impeccable tracks represent the very best reggae has to offer. © Smaël Bouaici/Qobuz

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Happy Hour
00:05:07

Sony Music, MusicPublisher - Copyright Control, MusicPublisher - Brad Ellis, Author - John Purcell, StudioPersonnel - Joe Price, Author - Hollie Cook, Author, Producer, MainArtist - Budde Music, MusicPublisher - Toby Davies, Author - Ben Mckone, Author, Producer, StudioPersonnel - James McKone, Author - Luke Allwood, Author, Producer

2022 Merge Records 2022 Merge Records

2
Moving On
00:03:47

Copyright Control, MusicPublisher - John Purcell, StudioPersonnel - Joe Price, Author - Hollie Cook, Author, Producer, MainArtist - Budde Music, MusicPublisher - Ben Mckone, Author, Producer, StudioPersonnel - James McKone, Author - Luke Allwood, Author, Producer

2022 Merge Records 2022 Merge Records

3
Full Moon Baby
00:04:09

Copyright Control, MusicPublisher - John Purcell, StudioPersonnel - Joe Price, Author - Hollie Cook, Author, Producer, MainArtist - Budde Music, MusicPublisher - Ben Mckone, Author, Producer, StudioPersonnel - James McKone, Author - Luke Allwood, Author, Producer

2022 Merge Records 2022 Merge Records

4
Kush Kween
00:03:20

Copyright Control, MusicPublisher - John Purcell, StudioPersonnel - Joe Price, Author - Hollie Cook, Author, Producer, MainArtist - Jah9, FeaturedArtist - Janine Cunningham, Author - Budde Music, MusicPublisher - Ben Mckone, Author, Producer, StudioPersonnel - James McKone, Author - Luke Allwood, Author, Producer - Steam Challice Publishing, MusicPublisher

2022 Merge Records 2022 Merge Records

5
Unkind Love
00:03:57

Copyright Control, MusicPublisher - John Purcell, StudioPersonnel - Joe Price, Author - Hollie Cook, Author, Producer, MainArtist - Budde Music, MusicPublisher - Ben Mckone, Author, Producer, StudioPersonnel - James McKone, Author - Luke Allwood, Author, Producer

2022 Merge Records 2022 Merge Records

6
Gold Girl
00:04:34

Copyright Control, MusicPublisher - John Purcell, StudioPersonnel - Joe Price, Author - Hollie Cook, Author, Producer, MainArtist - Budde Music, MusicPublisher - Ben Mckone, Author, Producer, StudioPersonnel - James McKone, Author - Luke Allwood, Author, Producer

2022 Merge Records 2022 Merge Records

7
Love in the Dark
00:04:46

Copyright Control, MusicPublisher - John Purcell, StudioPersonnel - Joe Price, Author - Hollie Cook, Author, Producer, MainArtist - Budde Music, MusicPublisher - Ben Mckone, Author, Producer, StudioPersonnel - James McKone, Author - Luke Allwood, Author, Producer

2022 Merge Records 2022 Merge Records

8
Move My Way
00:03:59

Copyright Control, MusicPublisher - John Purcell, StudioPersonnel - Joe Price, Author - Hollie Cook, Author, Producer, MainArtist - Michael Stafford, Author - Budde Music, MusicPublisher - Kobalt Music Publishing, MusicPublisher - Ben Mckone, Author, Producer, StudioPersonnel - James McKone, Author - Luke Allwood, Author, Producer

2022 Merge Records 2022 Merge Records

9
Praying
00:05:35

Copyright Control, MusicPublisher - John Purcell, StudioPersonnel - Joe Price, Author - Hollie Cook, Author, Producer, MainArtist - Budde Music, MusicPublisher - Ben Mckone, Author, Producer, StudioPersonnel - James McKone, Author - Luke Allwood, Author, Producer

2022 Merge Records 2022 Merge Records

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Lovers’ rock is the summer pop version of reggae, a style infused with a good dose of romance. The style developed in the UK across the 70s and 80s and later became an art form in its own right thanks to Dennis Bovell, a producer and bassist who spearheaded the movement (particularly with tracks like Silly Games, a hit sung by Janet Kay, and After Tonight, a track he released with his band Matumbi). Since the start of her career in 2011, Hollie Cook decided to embrace lovers rock and give it a new lease of life. On this fourth album by the daughter of Sex Pistol drummer Paul Cook, we’re immediately plunged back into this cool, unpolished style of reggae. There’s the catchy single Happy Hour, the brilliant track Moving On with its skank roots and strings, an ode to Notting Hill (Move My Way), and the melancholic final track, Praying, which rounds the entire album off beautifully. It’s easy to understand why Ms Cook enjoys such great success. This release is clean and features songs that are easy to sing and dance along to; in fact, you could say these nine impeccable tracks represent the very best reggae has to offer. © Smaël Bouaici/Qobuz

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