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Stay Out Late With The Lucky Stars

by The Lucky Stars

Hollywood's full-bore, rompin', stompin' Western Swing outfit.
Genre: Country: Western Swing
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1. Rarin' To Go
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2. Real Good Lookin'
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3. Teacher's Pet
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4. Am I In Love (Or Am I Just Hungover)?
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5. Out Of Your Mind
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6. The Tattooed Lady
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7. (Mama's Got) The Rundown Daddy Blues
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8. Used To Be
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9. My Poor Old Haunted Heart
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10. Don't Count Your Chickens
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11. One Man's Blues
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12. One Of These Days
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13. Stay Out Late
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Cold on the heels of their first, highly acclaimed release "Hollywood & Western," comes the latest recording from California's popular Western Swing combo, entitled "Stay Out Late With The Lucky Stars." Four years of painstaking work in the studio, incredible attention to detail, and a whole lot of plain old laziness have resulted in this, their much-procrastinated second CD. What you get are thirteen sizzling new tracks which demonstrate the band's solid songwriting and impressive musicianship .

But wait, there's more!! The package comes complete with beautiful, hand-drawn illustrations by the band's own Jeremy Wakefield, as well as an absolutely free, fold-out mini poster suitable for framing or bird cage lining. But don't waste any more of your time reading this self-important puff piece, get "Stay Out Late With The Lucky Stars" for yourself RIGHT NOW, and find out what all the hoopla is about. If you like "Hot New Country," we'll be happy to disappoint you, but if you like hot old country, then by all means accept this invitation to "Stay Out Late With The Lucky Stars."


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Elisabeth

First-class, authentic Western Swing
Having grown up hearing stories of how my father danced the two-step every Friday night to classic Western Swing bands that toured around California in the 50's, the genre has always held a certain fascination for me. Listening to the Lucky Stars makes me understand what a blast my Pappy must have been having back then. This CD swings! If you like it, also check out their earlier release, "Hollywood & Western".

james orme

Swingin' and Stompin'
FROM THE GET GO THE LUCKY STARE GET YOU MOVIN' WITH "RARIN TO GO" A ROLLICKING GOOD TIME OF TUNE, AND THE REST OF THE RECORD FOLLOWS SUIT WITH SOME OF THE FUNNEST SONG THIS SIDE OF THE MASON DIXON LINE. I HOPE THE WAIT FOR ANOTHER RECORD ISN'T GONNA BE LONG 'CAUSE I WANT MORE. DON'T MISS 'EM VIVA LAS VEGAS 2009!

Fred Turgis - Jumpin' from 6 to 6

High class western swing !!!
This new album was highly anticipated. Imagine Sage Guyton’s hability to sing and write songs combined with Jeremy Wakefield on steel and the support of Dave Stuckey on drums, Wally Hersom on bass and Russ Blake on guitar. Well, if you’re into western swing this is the combination that would make your heart flip!
And it does. The album opens with «Rarin’ to Go», the kind of song that takes no prisoner and you know you’re not just listenin’ to another album but a recording that could stand proudly near Hank Penny, Tex Williams or Bob Wills in your collection. This band swings, I mean REALLY swings, they don’t play country songs with steel on a rock beat, you see what I mean?
All this album is a proof that Sage Guyton is not only a fantastic singer but a genius in term of writing songs. Of course you can expect clever lyrics (Teacher’s pet, Mama’s got the rundown dady blues to name but two) but Sage is more than a guy who writes funny tunes. Just listen to «Out of your mind» and «My poor old haunted heart» (and if you don’t cry on these one, you’re not realy human). JW sings the two covers of this album «the Tattooed lady» and Cindy Walker’s «Don’t count your chicken» and the records ends on the instrumental «Stay out late» that could have been recorded by the Western Caravan. But enough said, this record is an absolute must !
Fred Turgis

Audrey

Great Western Swing!
This album would make Bob Wills proud! Great mix of rockin' tunes to dance the night away. Love the Tattoed Lady -- Thank you!

Tattoo Annie

Great tattoo'n music!
I first got the chance to listen to this CD when I was getting poked by my tattoo artist "Karina". She had it playing in the background. It was so awesome that when I got home I ordered it! Now it's in my cd changer in my car. It makes my long drive to and from work much easier to handle.

Raymond (Plastic Boy) Riggs

Tops!!!!!!!!!!!
This style of music is timeless. These guys are top notch talent. This music never goes away, it keeps getting better and better all of the time.

Clayton Lee

It's fer real
This is the genuine article.If you like Western Swing, buy this CD.

Lou

So glad to hear more Lucky Stars material!
I've been looking forward to something new by these guys ever since I bought (and fell in love with) Hollywood & Western a year or so ago. Now, I think that H&W is a tad superior to Stay Out Late, but it's quite possible that with a few more spins this one could take the lead. This album's got it all; clever lyrics, astounding musicianship, great dynamics and honest-to-goodness swing.
Of course, having Dave Stuckey in the band just increases my respect for 'em. Mr. Wakefield, too, come to think of it.
If the Lucky Stars ever make the trek out to Detroit for a show or two, I'll stay out as late as they want to play.
p.s. Thanks to CDBaby for getting it here so quickly!

JP Cyr

Stay out late with the Lucky Stars
Western Swing at it's best! These guys are bad ass, no B.S., authentic Western Swing. Highly recommended!

Hank

Too Original?
I really like this type of music and have been a fan of it for 30 years! This is a great album, but I was very disappointed to find out it is recorded monauraly (like the original recordings?). No explanation was given when I wrote to The Lucky Stars. Still recommended if that doesn't matter to you.
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