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The Nighthawks - Hard Living (1986)

17-12-2013, 19:48
Music | Blues | Rock

The Nighthawks - Hard Living (1986)

Artist: The Nighthawks
Title Of Album: Hard Living
Year Of Release: 1986
Label: Varrick
Genre: Modern Electric Blues, Blues Rock
Format: MP3
Quality: 320 kbps, 44.1 Khz
Total Time: 38:04
Total Size: 102 Mb
Covers: Full

01. Hard Living (3:40)
02. High Ball (4:01)
03. Yeah Man (4:34)
04. I Don't Want To Be In Love (3:02)
05. Price Of Love (3:25)
06. Lot Of Love (3:29)
07. Memphis Beat (3:09)
08. Inaugural Freeze (2:55)
09. If You Don't Come Back (7:05)
10. Louise (2:41)

Formed in 1972, the Nighthawks underwent several personnel changes before stabilizing as the lineup of Mark Wenner (vocals and harmonica), Jimmy Thackery (lead guitar), Jan Zukowski (bass guitar), and Pete Ragusa (drums). Their 1979 album, Full House, issued on Adelphi Records, had guest appearances from Muddy Waters' sidemen, Pinetop Perkins and Bob Margolin.

Keyboard player Greg Wetzel joined the band in 1983, was a full-time member until 1986, and has continued to play at special performances as an "alumni" of the band. The membership of the band remained stable until 1986. At that time, tired of the band's extensive touring schedule, Thackery departed to front his own groups, most recently the Drivers, and record for Blind Pig Records and Telarc Records. Following his departure, several players filled the lead guitar spot. These included Jimmy Nalls, Warren Haynes, Danny Morris, Pete Kanaras, with Kanaras becoming the longest lasting member.

In 2003, the band featured in the first episode of the second season of The Wire.

Kanaras and Zukowski departed the band in 2004. They were replaced by Paul Bell (lead guitar) and Johnny Castle (bass guitar). The Nighthawks won the Traditional Blues/R&B Duo/Group Award at the 2009 Washington Area Music Awards. In 2011, their album, "Last Train to Bluesville" won the Acoustic Album of the Year at the 32nd Blues Music Awards, sponsored by the Blues Foundation.

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