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Hot Sauce


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"Hot Sauce"
Music & Lyrics by Scott Cooley.














Copyright © ℗ 2012 by Scott Cooley. All rights reserved.

Hot Sauce
Album cover drawing by Lenore & Scott Cooley
Song from the album Cherchez La Femme
Position Track # 1
Duration M:SS
Released June 21st, YYYY
Label Scott Cooley Records
Format CD, MP3, FLAC, OGG
Genre Americana, acoustic garage rock,
Studio Scott Cooley Music Productions
Producer Scott Cooley
Songwriter words and music by Scott Richard Cooley
Publisher Scott Richard Cooley Music Publishing, ASCAP
Personnel Scott Cooley - vocals, guitars, bass, drums, percussion
Track Chronology
"What About Me?"

(#6)
"Hot Sauce"

(#7)
"She Got Even"


(#8)
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"Hot Sauce"


Song by Scott Cooley from the album Cherchez La Femme
Position #7
Released 2012
Recorded Scott Cooley Music Productions studio, East Lansing, Michigan
Genre alternative acoustic, Americana, rock
Length 3:32
Label Scott Cooley Records
Personnel Scott Cooley - vocals, guitars, bass, percussion
Publisher Scott Cooley Music Publishing
Producer Scott Cooley
Format Compact Disc, MP3, FLAC, OGG
Writer words/music by Scott Richard Cooley
Chronology

"What About Me?" "Hot Sauce" "She Got Even"
(#6) (#7) (#8)

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Many people have told me this is one of their all-time favorite songs I've written.  To me, it's quite unsophisticated songwriting-wise.  Very simple chords, melody, and lyrics.  Sometimes a certain combo of these just works, inexplicably.  The subject matter is appealing, I suppose.  The importance of catchy, familiar, recognizable & memorable song titles should not be underestimated.  I had written this on a scrap of notebook paper from back in the early 90s when I used to frequent various restaurant/bars that featured 10 cent wing specials on certain nights, and groups of guys would show up together and sort of compete with each other for quantity and speed before reaching for the mug of beer.  Good times.  This was way before the whole concept took off popularity-wise and you saw a majority of such establishments offer these or entire specialty chains like Hooters and Buffalo Wild Wings.  It was a new thing to me at the time, and somehow in your early 20s and bar-hopping days, it seemed like a pretty cool experience to have.  The fact that you could get a natural "high" of sorts from spicy pepper sauce on food was somewhat a novelty to people at the time.