Nite Cafe | Roll of the Dice

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Roll of the Dice

by Nite Cafe

This is Nite Cafe's second album of original roots inspired music using vintage National resonator guitar and mandolin along with tenor banjo, Tuba, acoustic bass, harmonica, button accordion and more.
Genre: Rock: Americana
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1. Lyin' Won't Help You (feat. Veronica Sbergia)
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2. Hard Times Again
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3. I Don't Travel Well
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4. Jump Back
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5. Fire On the Mountain
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6. One Bad Turn
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7. One Thin Dime
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8. Roll of the Dice
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9. Tough City
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10. Desperate Love
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11. Rockin' in the Night
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12. Dancin' Shoes
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Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.

ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
This second Nite Cafe album came about when the great Italian singer and washboard player Veronica Sbergia of "Veronica and the Red Wine Serenaders" said she would like to record with us. Nite Cafe (Denny Hall, Judy Wayenberg, Don Swenson and our regular collaborator Joel Tepp) had recorded an album self titled "Nite Cafe" which featured original songs played on slide guitar, tenor banjo, bass, harmonica, button accordion, washboard, and drums. All of the players are schooled in various American roots music styles. Veronica fits right in with our musical sensitivities in that she has specialized in early American blues, gospel, and jug band music.

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