The Lucky Losers

The Lucky Losers

In Any Town

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Release Date: 07/15/2016
Dirty Cat Records
Release type:
 Vinyl LP Pressing

San Francisco’s finest, The Lucky Losers,  transcend the dark side of the American dream with their 60’s inspired sophomore album, In Any Town. Veteran blues vocalist, Cathy Lemons paired with soulful singer/ harmonica ace, Phil Berkowitz, serve up medicine for wayward souls offering glimpses of paradise through a veil of tears. In Any Town layers elements of Stax Volt styled R&B, electric Americana, and psychedelic rock atop a Chicago and Texas blues foundation.

Produced and engineered by Kid Andersen at his famed Greaseland Studios in San Jose, California, In Any Town features nine riveting original compositions and two innovative covers of works originally performed by Bobby Charles and Johnny Cash. The cast of guest artists includes musical luminaries, such as Kid Andersen, Terry Hanck (2016 Blues Music Foundation Award Winner), Frank Goldwasser (a.k.a. Paris Slim, veteran Delta Groove recording artist), and Memphis’ own rising blues star, Jeff Jensen.

The Lucky Losers invite listeners to relive the beautiful and twisted stories that inspired In Any Town. Five of the original songs were crafted by Lemons, the other four were co-written by Berkowitz and his writing partner, Danny Caron. Four of the songs are charming duets. Berkowitz and Lemons reach for the heavens in perfect harmony on Track 1 “So High”, a spirited celebration of everlasting love. Lemons’ vocals evoke smoke and syrup on Track 2 “It Ain’t Enough”, a gospel-tinged testimonial to finding freedom in imperfection. Track 10 is Berkowitz’s “Devil’s Dream”, a gripping confrontation of personal demons. The title Track 9, “In Any Town” provides the album’s most fragile moment, a slow dance of lost faith.

  1. So High
  2. It Ain't Enough
  3. Jackson
  4. Blind Man In The Dark
  5. Don’t Let ‘Em See Ya Cry
  6. Still Enough Time To Cry
  7. I Can't Change Ya
  8. In Any Town
  9. Devil's Dream
  10. Small Town Talk

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