New album featuring "Went Looking For Warren Zevon's Los Angeles" and "Can't You Hear Them Howl"
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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.
"I'm not sure if it was a conscience effort or [if it] just happened, but we've been wanting to get back to the older prettier sound," said guitarist Brian Venable of the more acoustic direction the band has taken in this latest effort. This is a Memphis record in the greatest sense and a perfect finish to the three-part love letter to a city that brought them up and made Lucero what they are today.
|1. Baby Don't You Want Me|
|2. Went Looking for Warren Zevon's Los Angeles|
|3. The Man I Was|
|4. Can't You Hear Them Howl|
|5. I Woke Up in New Orleans|
|6. Throwback No. 2|
|7. They Called Her Killer|
|8. Young Outlaws|
|9. I'm in Love with a Girl|
|10. My Girl & Me in '93|