Lucero - Women & Work (2012)

Punk-infused alt-country rockers Lucero have always sought to capture the spirit of their Memphis home on record. However, the sextet looks to take one step closer in becoming “the 21st century voice of that great musical city,” according to a press release, with the March 13th release of their ATO Records debut, "Women & Work".
The album collects 11 original cuts that “range from barroom brawlers to lonesome laments, and cut deeper than anything else in the band’s extensive catalog.” [sic] Women & Work sees the band joined once more by a duo of legendary horn players, Scott Thompson (Cat Power, Al Green) and Jim Spake (Solomon Burke, Ray Charles). Also re-teaming with Lucero for the new effort is producer Ted Hutt, who has logged time for The Gaslight Anthem and Flogging Molly, among others.
Women & Work
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1. Downtown (Intro)
2. On My Way Downtown
3. Women & Work
4. It May Be Too Late
5. Juniper
6. Who You Waiting On?
7. I Can't Stand to Leave You
8. When I Was Young
9. Sometimes
10. Like Lightning
11. Go Easy

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ATO Records
United States
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