Les Lucky | Frets & Hammers

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Frets & Hammers

by Les Lucky

An American Roots Music singer/songwriter and multi-instrumentalist with an eclectic streak - heavily influenced by Rock, Blues, Pop and also influenced by R&B, Folk, Country and Jazz.
Genre: Rock: Roots Rock
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1. I'll Take My Chances
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2. Lone Wolf
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3. Everything's Gone Wrong
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4. Goin' to See My Baby
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5. When the Deal Goes Down
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6. Shades of Blue
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7. Something Here Ain't Right
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8. Stop Talkin' Around It
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9. Ain't That Just Like Love
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10. I've Had Enough
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11. An Ill Wind Is Howling
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12. You Win Again, Jen
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Les Lucky's world-worn observations provide insightful, and often personal, glimpses into life's struggles as well as its celebrations. He distills the lessons learned from life's trials and tribulations into songs about modern-day relationships, love lost and life's wonder as well as stories of hard luck, questionable choices and human frailties.

Les Lucky' debut CD, Frets & Hammers, features a mix of songs that showcase the breath and depth of his artistry. It's lyrics and vocals are at turns tongue-in-cheek, sly, revelatory, accusatory, regretful, paranoid and beyond.

Musically, this debut covers a lot ground, but its underlying continuity is clear. He has taken his many influences and melded them into a style that is uniquely his own.

The arrangements on Frets & Hammers showcase two distinct approaches:
a) the sparse sound of a solo artist with light accompaniment, and
b) a band sound which features an intricate, tapestry-like interplay among its various vocal and instrumental parts.

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