- Released: March 23, 1999
- Label: Shanachie
Dirty Linen - 2-3/00, p.90
"...one of the best blues and R&B singers on the scene..."
Living Blues - 7-8/99, p.72
"...maintaining a stylistic connection to Southern soul as regulation blues. His new disc stays true to that varied vision....Salgado knows the value of catch pop-accessible hooks and well-turned phrases, crafting each of this set's seven originals with care and feeling."
- 1.That's All a Part of Lovin' You
- 2.Wiggle Outta This
- 3.I Want Everyone to Know
- 4.I Feel So Good
- 5.Why Don't I Care
- 6.Sorry Don't Mean Nuthin'
- 7.Sing My Song
- 8.Cookie Dough
- 9.Beneath the Silver Moon
- 10.Sweet Jesus Buddha the Doctor
Personnel: Curtis Salgado (vocals, harmonica, background vocals); Marlon McClain (guitar, background vocals); Duke Robillard, Terry Robb, John Wedemeyer (guitar); Peter Boe (keyboards, background vocals); Mark Lomax, Reinhardt Melz (drums); Margaret Linn (background vocals).
Audio Mixer: Sandy Solomon.
Recording information: Falcon Studios, Portland, OR; KSM Studios, Calabasas, CA; Rowell Audio Productions, Portland, OR.
Photographer: Denis Wise.
"Wiggle Outta This" features more of the gutsy harmonica playing and singing that have made Curtis Salgado a mainstay in the blues scene. Salgado's fourth solo album marks his debut for Shanachie Records, and includes ballads like "Why I Don't Care," the sexy, soulful "Cookie Dough" and "Sweet Jesus Buddha the Doctor." ~ Heather Phares