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Hard Times Won

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Hard Times Won
Artist: Barry Levenson, Dave Kida, Johnny Dyer, Mike Thompson
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Chasing The Money
Artist: Barry Levenson, Dave Kida, Johnny Dyer, Mike Thompson
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Things You Do
Artist: Barry Levenson, Dave Kida, Johnny Dyer, Mike Thompson
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Inhumanity Blues
Artist: Barry Levenson, Dave Kida, Johnny Dyer, Mike Thompson
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She's So Fine
Artist: Barry Levenson, Dave Kida, Johnny Dyer, Mike Thompson
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I Ain't Going Back
Artist: Barry Levenson, Dave Kida, Johnny Dyer, Mike Thompson
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The Graveyard Shift
Artist: Barry Levenson, Dave Kida, Johnny Dyer, Mike Thompson
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9 O'Clock Blues
Artist: Barry Levenson, Dave Kida, Johnny Dyer, Mike Thompson
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Blues For Never Slim
Artist: Barry Levenson, Dave Kida, Johnny Dyer, Mike Thompson
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Drinking Stops Me Thinking
Artist: Barry Levenson, Dave Kida, Johnny Dyer, Mike Thompson
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Slip Me Some Green, Jack
Artist: Barry Levenson, Dave Kida, Johnny Dyer, Mike Thompson
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Album Information

Total Tracks: 11   Total Length: 51:12

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Veteran blues guitarist Barry Levenson wrote all 11 selections for Hard Times Won, which co-stars Johnny Dyer on vocals and harmonica. The music ranges from lowdown Chicago blues to swinging jazz/blues with Mike Thompson’s organ giving a soul-jazz feel to some of the instrumentals. Levenson’s lyrics are intelligent, there is a surprising amount of variety on the songs even though they do stick to blues, and the musicianship is excellent. Levenson and Dyer in particular make for a great team, and the results are often exciting and are always quite spirited. This highly enjoyable set should appeal to both blues and jazz fans. – Scott Yanow