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Lucero

1372 Overton Park

Universal Republic B001341301

Released on October 6, 2009

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Lucero’s sixth studio album and major label debut, 1372 Overton Park, is produced by Ted Hutt (The Gaslight Anthem) and featuring horn arrangements by legendary Memphis session player Jim Spake (Al Green, John Hiatt, Solomon Burke, Cat Power), the record marks a decided turn toward the Memphis soul sound that has long informed the band’s records from afar.

The new album’s name comes from the address of the Memphis loft in which all four band members lived, practiced and even recorded portions of their 2003 release That Much Further West (the history of the space itself is even more colorful — in the `70s, 1372 Overton Park was a karate dojo where local resident Elvis Presley, among others, took lessons). Over recent years band members have gradually moved out leaving lead singer and guitarist Ben Nichols the sole resident of the space until word finally came down that the building would be sold and demolished. Almost as if marking the end of an era not only for the building but for the band as well, this record turns the page and signals a strong move toward the Memphis soul sound that has long served as an influence for the group.

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2 What Are You Willing To Lose?  0%
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4 Can't Feel A Thing  0%
5 The Devil And Maggie Chascarillo  0%
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7 Goodbye Again  0%
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10 Halfway Wrong  0%
11 Hey Darlin' Do You Gamble?  0%
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Nora from Joliet, IL 
Apr 9 2010 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This album is amazing. I love the feel and sound on this one. Sounds a bit differant than the other records. The horns sound awsome. And on wax.





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