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Rick Saucedo - The City Of Night Lights (2013)

16-10-2013, 18:32
Music | Blues | Rock

Rick Saucedo - The City Of Night Lights (2013)

Artist: Rick Saucedo
Title Of Album: The City Of Night Lights
Year Of Release: 2013
Label: Reality Records
Genre: Rockabilly Blues
Format: MP3
Quality: 320 kbps, 44.1 Khz
Total Time: 34:42
Total Size: 80 Mb
Covers: Front

01. Rat-A-Tat-Tat (3:05)
02. Tight Toe Shoes (2:50)
03. Rockabilly Boogie (1:47)
04. The Fool (3:25)
05. The King Of Rhythm And Blues (2:42)
06. Not Much Of Nothing (3:39)
07. Help Me Sing Another Song (4:41)
08. The Good Old Days (3:24)
09. This Valentine's Day (2:53)
10. The Streets Of The Ghetto (2:40)
11. The City Of Night Lights (Chicago) (3:32)

Rick Saucedo has released his 2013 album titled, “City of Night Lights”. An album bathed in Rockabilly, Memphis Soul and Chicago Power Pop influences. But before we even begin to uncover this rare aural jewel among the masses of Auto-tuned computer productions, we need to take a step back and discover just where the legendary Rick Saucedo comes from.

On “City of Night Lights”, Rick Saucedo has brought the big band orchestra sound back in places, and sprinkled it all with full harmonies and sweet melodies. The results are pure magic. A fun, catchy and wholesome rocking album.

However, Saucedo stays true to his music roots and the rockabilly genre with this rocker. It’s so refreshing to hear. Though full and solid, the music is still raw, never over-produced and just foot tapping fun. Although it will probably not get much radio exposure, today’s generation should give this a listen and hear what real rock ‘n’ roll sounds like, instead of all the garbage on the radio today they are calling music.

If you are new to rockabilly or want to experience the magic of those early rock n’ roll records, but don’t want to track down all the classic compilations and rare vinyl by tons of artists, then just start here with Rick Saucedo’s amazing album.

From standouts like Rockabilly Boogie, The Fool, Not Much of Nothing, Help Me Sing Another Song, The Streets Of The Ghetto to The City Of Lights, of all the things he’s done for the genre, these songs clearly present a labor of love. There are so, so many good tracks on this album, and Saucedo does each one justice with his passionate performances. I can’t recommend it enough.

Some may say that Rick Saucedo just might be stuck in the past, but there is nothing wrong with that at all, as Saucedo’s real genius is his ability to mix the styles of roots blues, rock, pop, and even country, right on the fly! Although this should be on the shelf of every hard core rockabilly fan, it’s friendly enough for casual listeners with a nostalgic ear to sit up and take notice. Rick Saucedo continues his quest in keeping great rockabilly alive. ~by Rick Jamm

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