Estrin, Rick & the Nightcats: The Hits Keep Coming

Estrin, Rick & the Nightcats: The Hits Keep Coming

Estrin, Rick & the Nightcats: The Hits Keep Coming

Format: VINYL LP

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Title: The Hits Keep Coming
Artist: Estrin, Rick & the Nightcats
Label: Alligator Records
Product Type: VINYL LP
UPC: 014551501916
Genre: Blues

Limited transparent red colored vinyl LP pressing. Sacramento, California's musically fearless, wildly entertaining and award-winning Rick Estrin & the Nightcats return with another superb collection of blues and roots music full of sharp-witted songs and brilliant musicianship. Celebrated throughout the blues world, the band has twice won the coveted Blues Music Award for Band Of The Year, and Estrin has won BMAs for Song of the Year, Traditional Male Blues Artist and Instrumentalist - Harmonica. The Hits Keep Coming is modern blues at it's most potent, with ten sparkling new originals ranging from from crisp, hooky retro-rock to intense, noir-ish blues, along with sublime interpretations of Muddy Water's "Diamonds At Your Feet" and Leonard Cohen's "Everybody Knows." The songwriting is whip-smart throughout, and the band's ensemble playing is infectious and jaw-dropping.


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