Blind Spot | Physical CD

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Blind Spot | Physical CD

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This is a pre-order item. Your album will be shipped on the release date of May 18th, 2018.

San Francisco’s finest male/female duet-fronted band, The Lucky Losers serve up a road warrior's tale within a soulful '60s retro sound on their third album, Blind Spot, on Dirty Cat Records. Blind Spot is a primal call to awareness in the eye of an irresistible storm. Caught between hope and catastrophe, veteran blues vocalists, Cathy Lemons and Phil Berkowitz take a fearless ride into the unknown, witnessing the good, bad, and ugly of contemporary America through a fractured rear-view mirror. Recorded at award-winning Greaseland Studios in San Jose, California, Blind Spot continues The Lucky Losers' long-standing relationship with acclaimed producer/engineer, Kid Andersen. Bringing back the vanishing art of vocal duets, the album is solely comprised of original material created by Cathy Lemons and Phil Berkowitz alongside their illustrious and multi-talented songwriting partner, Danny Caron (Charles Brown). Blind Spot features scintillating musical contributions from six-time Blues Music Award nominated guitarist, Kid Andersen, IBMA Momentum Award winning violinist Annie Staninec (Rod Stewart), 2018 BMA nominated saxophonist, Nancy Wright, and Laura Chavez, listed as one of  the “Top 50 Sensational Female Guitarists” by Guitar Player Magazine.

Traveling through a winding soundscape of modern blues, vintage R&B, and Americana, Blind Spot presents unvarnished testimony to the fragile and fleeting state of our world. From the redemptive embrace of love on “The River,” to the erosion of human dignity on “Alligator Baptism,” to the “do or die” determination of “It's Never Too Early,” The Lucky Losers express the challenges they face as they try to maintain a firm grasp on the wheel. “Phil and I have traveled some of the loneliest highways in America to bring our music to the people,” says Cathy Lemons. “And in all those travels what we see is a kind of distraction everywhere—almost to the point of madness. I feel so overwhelmed by all this information pouring in from my phone, from news, from tragic headlines. Now that can be a funny or it can be deadly. This album is about a separation from real experience—seeing life through a screen.”

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