Billy Childish's collaborator
Holly Golightly debuted solo with
Good Things (1995), the first of many collections of midtempo
garage-folk-rock relying on her highly original voice.
Main Attraction (1996),
Painted On (1997),
Serial Girlfriend (1998),
God Don't Like It (2000)
basically transposed the history of the early 1960s
(Mersey-beat, garage-rock, girl groups, blues-rock)
to a female-fronted perspective.
Very few musicians had been capable of composing so many accurate imitations
of that male-dominated sound, and it was odd that the one who succeeded was actually a woman.
Up The Empire (1998) was alive album.
Desperate Little Town (2001) was ostensibly a collaboration with her usual
guitarist Dan Melchior.
She became famous with
Truly She Is None Other (2003)
Slowly But Surely (2004),
You Can't Buy A Gun When You're Crying (2007) and
Dirt Don't Hurt (2008)
showed that her moment of greatness had already passed.
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