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The Nighthawks - Backtrack (1988)

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01. Backtrack 
02. Pretty Girls And Cadillacs 
03. Screamin' And Cryin' 
04. Pinetop's Boogie Woogie 
05. On My Job 
06. Sugar Mama 
07. Hip Shake Mama 
08. Sad And Lonesome 
09. Nine Below Zero

Line-up: 
Mark Wenner - Harmonica, Vocals
Jimmy Thackery - Guitar, Vocals
Jan Zukowski - Bass
Pete Ragusa - Drums
with:
Bob Margolin - Guitar, Vocal
Pinetop Perkins - Piano, Vocals
Luther'Guitar Jr'Johnson - Guitar, Vocals
John Hammond - Guitar, Vocals
Toru Oki - Vocals

 

Before Jimmy Thackery left, the band hit the road for a 'Farewell For Now' tour through the Northeast, including a show at Carnegie Hall in New York and a trek to Canada. For these shows they shared the bill with the likes of John Lee Hooker, Charlie Musselwhite, Elvin Bishop and Robert Cray.

This U.S. tour concluded with a July 5 show at D.C.’s Carter Barron Amphitheatre in Washington, that paid tribute to The Nighthawks role as stage partner and supporting cast for some of the blues world’s best. This concert featured guests Bob Margolin, Pinetop Perkins and Luther 'Guitar Jr.' Johnson from the Muddy Waters band, along with John Hammond and Toru Oki. It would be the basis for the live album 'Backtrack'. The album is a great showcase of how The Nighthawks could bring a consistent sound and lively performance to a variety of material. --- kickass.to

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