Following the release of 2012’s Women and Work, Lucero’s new album All A Man Should Do contains some of the most resonant lyrics Ben Nichols has ever written. They read like chapters from his life: the duality of relationships, getting older, finding where you want to be in this world and more.
Working with producer Ted Hutt (Old Crow Medicine Show, Flogging Molly) for a third time at Memphis’s Ardent Studios, the band felt comfortable enough to take some chances with a palette of new tones that sound understated yet powerful, bringing life to the stories behind the lyrics without overshadowing them.
FLAC | 260 MB | UL | UA | HF | TB Best described as a cross pollination of Pop, Folk and Blues music, Jaimi Faulkner combines his rich vocal, excellent guitar playing and great songwriting to combine a style that is uniquely his own.
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320 kbps|116 MB| UL | UA | HF | TB Bluesy Texas honky tonk and the swampy rhythms and rhymes of the Mississippi River meet here to create a soulful testimony to the “real deal”songwriting nurtured by the late Kent Finlay at Cheatham Street Warehouse in San Marcos, TX.
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Richard Hawley’s last album, Standing At The Sky’s Edge, was something of a departure for the Sheffield singer. Rockier, and with a psychedelic edge, it suggested that the former Longpig may have been saying farewell to his world of beautifully crooned, 50s ballads. Not so. Follow-up Hollow Meadows is something of a return to familiar […]