Terry Hanck | Look Out!

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Look Out!

by Terry Hanck

A CD full of swinging urban R & B grooves, inspired singing, witty & insightful lyrics, and great sax playing.
Genre: Blues: Chicago Style
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Here It Comes
3:09 album only
2. Keep A Drivin'
2:47 album only
3. Ain't That Just Like A Woman
5:35 album only
4. Catch That Teardrop
4:16 album only
5. You Coulda Let Me Go
7:01 album only
6. Side Tracked
4:48 album only
7. Girl, Girl, Girl
3:48 album only
8. Appreciate What You Got
4:41 album only
9. Train kept A Rollin'
4:14 album only
10. I Keep On Holding On
5:31 album only
11. You Give Me Nothing But The Blues
7:14 album only
12. My Girl Josephine
3:50 album only
13. Just One More Time
4:39 album only


Album Notes
"Look Out!" signals the arrival of vocalist/saxophonist Terry Hanck on Delta Groove with a rollicking blast of New Orleans R&B, West Coast blues, and old school rock 'n' soul. The album was recorded at Greaseland Studios in San Jose, California by current Nightcats' ace guitarist Kid Andersen, who also generously lends his incredible six-string attack to the proceedings. Hanck earned his second Blues Music Award nomination in 2011 for his skillful mastery of his instrument, a fact long recognized by legendary slide guitarist Elvin Bishop with whom he toured with throughout much of the 70's and 80's. Elvin says "Terry Hanck is a fine vocalist, an amazing showman, and my favorite sax player." Lee Hildebrand, blues critic, says "...he's one of the most formidable saxaphonists in the blues and soul business."



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