This second album
is a natural evolutionary step that any good band must take when it´s main
influence lies in the best of black music
but built up with own wisdom, identity, and personality.
A collection of thirteen originals with great lyrics, all composed by Hurt-Cavaleiro,
recorded at Rock Palace studio. Songs that not only drink from R´n´B sources but explore through them
different musical territories and take us back to a time between the 1960s and
early 1970s-flavored in purest soul sound in “Soulless Town”,
seasoned pop “Set me free”, New Orleans “I´m in love with a
man”, Latin sounds in “Requiem for
to love” the ballad “The sharpest knife”
or even Ska reminiscences in “River
Jordan”, Not forgetting one of the record jewels where the band pays tribute to another icon
of the genre, the sadly missing Amy Winehouse.
All played by Lucille´s
powerful voice and a more than just
a solid line up made by Aldo Cavaleiro (bass), Ritchie “the man” (guitar), Marcos Ortega (trumpet), Diego Jiménez (baritone sax), Guillaume Guinot (tenor sax), Bobby Lawrence (trombone), Henar Rodríguez (keyboards), Vanja Polacek (drums), Alba Sánchez (vocals), Itxaso Satrústegui (vocals) which
undoubtedly lead to fruition this true catalogue of bright influences.
seemed to be lost, the flame is still
burning after all. Northern Exposure is the proof of it. The Lucilles are back in town
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