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Im Lucky - Iron City Houserockers - Loves So Tough (Cassette, Album)

2 Oct

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  1. The Houserockers' first album, originally released in , sounds like the work of a great, battle-hardened bar band who is still learning how to make their sound work in the studio. The arrangements suggest an imaginative cross between Bruce Springsteen 's E-Street Band and the J. Geils Band 's early period, and the band is tight and skillful Price: $
  2. Listen to your favorite songs from Love's so Tough by Iron City Houserockers Now. Stream ad-free with Amazon Music Unlimited on mobile, desktop, and tablet. Download our mobile app now.
  3. Iron City Houserockers - Junior's Bar. Joe Grushecky. who found broke his hand quite severely before we went into the studio and spring of in our city has released love so tough. It's a. Everybody by surprise, because it's so critically acclaimed and basically what we had done was transfer our live show on the tape, and of course we.
  4. May 22,  · In the summer of , the music press was abuzz with the arrival of the album that many felt would come to define rock and roll in the eighties: The Iron City Houserockers’ Have a Good Time But Get Out Alive. History played out a little differently, of course.
  5. LOVE'S SO TOUGH, the debut album from the Iron City Houserockers, is absolutely great. The songs describe working-class anger and the frustrations of the common man with a lot more grit than Bruce Springsteen's more romantic BORN TO RUN; this band is more like DARKNESS 5/5(3).
  6. Sep 25,  · “Dance With Me” is a gem from the first Iron City Houserockers album, ’s Love’s So Tough, a slice of blue collar blues co-written with longtime Houserockers bassist Art Nardini. The circular guitar riff is punctuated by the singer’s plaintive harp blasts, his slice-of-life lyrics telling of the power of music to lift one out of.
  7. Love's So Tough, an Album by Iron City Houserockers. Released in on MCA (catalog no. MCA; Vinyl LP). Genres: Heartland Rock, Pop Rock.
  8. Love's So Tough is a studio album by the Iron City Houserockers. Released in , the Iron City Houserocker's first album attempts to capture the presence of what was essentially a Pittsburgh bar band playing to a blue collar crowd every night.
  9. The Iron City Houserockers’ major label debut, Love’s So Tough, had thrust the band into the national spotlight, with incredible praise from some of the most revered rock critics of all time, including Greil Marcus (“one of the least polished first albums I’ve heard in the past year and one of the best” – Rolling Stone), and.

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