Patrick Recob | Perpetual Luau

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Perpetual Luau

by Patrick Recob

Patrick Recob takes center stage with the release of his solo debut recording PERPETUAL LUAU on his new label Mr. Lucky’s Blues Recording Co. featuring 13 originals produced by James Harman & Nathan James.
Genre: Blues: Chicago Style
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1. Frustration Blues
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2. We Have Got It Going On
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3. Words Are Like Bullets
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4. Dark Night of the Soul
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5. Ballad of Maison 66
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6. Let Me Give You All
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7. I Kept My Cool
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8. Lamieux's Jungle Strut
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9. Help! Is on the Way
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10. Grave Yard Woman
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11. Soul Cry
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12. Find the Answer
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13. For Love's Desire
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Direct from Kansas City:
Patrick Recob takes center stage with the release of his solo debut recording PERPETUAL LUAU on his new label Mr. Lucky’s Blues Recording Co.

The album features 13 original songs by Recob produced by James Harman & Nathan James. Recorded at Sacred Cat Recording Studios in Oceanside, California October and November 2016. Joining Patrick on Perpetual Luau features musical performances by James Harman, Nathan James, Mike Bonedaddy Tempo, Marty Dodson & Laura Chavez.

Recob is an alumni of the Gary Primich Band of the 1990s, Lee McBee in the 2000s and as a bassist to many touring blues artists over the last twenty-five years. For the Hank Mowery release, “Account To Me," which won the Blues Foundation’s IBC Best Self Produced CD Award for 2014, Recob was recognized for his work as the Associate Producer, bassist and co-wrote some of the material on the album.

"To Some Life's A Party, To Others It's A Perpetual Luau”

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