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Luke Doucet and the White Falcon

Blood's Too Rich

  • Luke Doucet and the White Falcon - Blood's Too Thick
  • 01. Long Haul Driver (4:41)
  • 02. Blood's Too Thick (5:09)
  • 03. The Lovecats (3:42)
  • 04. Cleveland (7:24)
  • 05. First Day (In The New Hometown) (4:59)
  • 06. Take You Home (5:52)
  • 07. The Comandante (5:14)
  • 08. Beacon On The Southpaw (5:13)
  • 09. Motorbike (5:25)
  • 10. It's Only Tuesday (4:33)
  • 11. The Day Rick Danko Died (4:42)
  • 12. Bombs Away (6:16)
  • Luke Doucet and the White Falcon - group
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Nr kat.: SIX037
Label  : Rounder

Luke Doucet is back, this time sharing the moniker spotlight with his band The White Falcon. Whereas his previous release Broken (And Other Rogue States) revelled in the sweet melancholia of a heartsick poet, Blood's Too Rich has a tougher, dustier exterior. It's the seventh album from Doucet, who is husband to White Falcon band member Melissa McClelland and label/tour mate to Justin Rutledge. The opener "Long Haul Driver" is the sexy, smoky wild child of C.W. Mccall's "Convoy", while the catchy Americana "Blood's Too Rich" has shades of Springsteen by way of Ryan Adams. A slightly distorted but still very upbeat rendition of The Cure's "The Lovecats" provides a sunny interlude. Doucet's daughter Chloë sings on the cover as well as the moody finale "Bombs Away". "First Day (In The New Hometown)" is a rousing display Western soul, "Take You Home" has a simmering "Crimson and Clover" (Joan Jett version) retro rock riff, and "The Commandante" is drenched in Latin brass, string, and piano embellishments that would do Alejandro proud. The stand out track "The Day Rick Danko Died" is a gonzo melting pot of hillbilly washboard pluck and bluesy rock grind. The song would be equally fitting on an old Led Zeppelin album or a new release by Reverend Peyton.


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