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Rich Hopkins & The Luminarios - The Best And Worst Of (2014)

18-01-2015, 15:19
Music | Rock | Alternative

Rich Hopkins & The Luminarios - The Best And Worst Of (2014)

Artist: Rich Hopkins & The Luminarios
Title Of Album: The Best And Worst Of Rich Hopkins & The Luminarios
Year Of Release: 2014
Genre: Rock/Alternative/Indie
Label: Blue Rose Records
Quality: MP3 320 kbps
Total Time: 92:38
Total Size: 214 Mb

1. Red River Saloon (3:46)
2. Tender Mercies (9:38)
3. Dirt Town (5:07)
4. Tripped (3:44)
5. Soul Leecher (El Paso) (4:40)
6. Apology (7:31)
7. Careless (5:35)
8. Unglued (4:33)
9. Train Of Love (3:50)
10. Neil Young Blues (6:22)
11. La Luz (6:05)
12. Mumbly Peg (8:31)
13. Horse I Rode In On (4:05)
14. Linea #27 (5:10)
15. Hurt You (5:14)
16. Maggot Brain (8:37)

Band Members: Rich-vocals,guitar:Lisa Novak-vocals,guitar; Jon Sanchez-guitar;George Duron-drums; Duane Hollis-bass; Ken Andree-bass;Alan Anderson-drums and Damon Barnaby-guitar

Rich Hopkins is in a heroic struggle against mediocrity and complacency. A prolific writer, singer, guitarist, producer and humanitarian, Hopkins is concerned for the well-being of his fellow man and wonders about the events that have shaped us as a nation and a race. Letting him into your life with his music and stories on “Tombstone,” just might help you make sense of it all in some small way.

Hopkins, who has been a part of the American music scene since 1985, is, amazingly, still an undiscovered talent to some. Founding the Tucson, Ariz. based Sidewinders(RCA 1989-91)/ Sand Rubies (Polygram 1993), Hopkins toured the U.S. and celebrated success with college/indie rock classics “Witchdoctor” and “We Don’t Do That Anymore” (both went to #5 on the CMJ charts). In 1991, Hopkins formed Rich Hopkins and The Luminarios as a side project; it soon became his full time band when the Sand Rubies stopped touring. He has consistently cranked out new records (26 in all) and tours yearly in Germany/Europe (25 tours) where, in 1996, he was one of the first artists signed to Germany’s Blue Rose Records.

A new member of the Tucson Musicians Museum (Class of 2013), Hopkins enters music history as the quintessential desert rocker, a constant in the bedrock of alternative music. Showcasing an ability to create unmistakable guitar tones that drive a hallmark sound, as the years pass, Hopkins continues to reinvent and motivate himself for yet another album and tour as evidenced on “Tombstone,” the latest release from Rich Hopkins & The Luminarios.

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