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Hallelujah! I'm a Bum (album)

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Released  Sep 18, 2012
Length  60:47
Artist  Local H
Producer  Sanford Parker
Genre  Alternative rock
Recorded  2012
Hallelujah! I'm a Bum (2012)  Hey, Killer (2015)
Release date  18 September 2012
Label  Slimstyle Records
Similar  Twelve Angry Months, Here Comes the Zoo, Ham Fisted, Pack Up the Cats, Whatever Happened to PJ Sol

Hallelujah! I'm A Bum is the seventh studio album by Chicago-based rock band Local H. Interviews with the band have revealed that it is a concept album based on politics in the United States. Although the album was completed in spring of 2012, the band chose to release it in September as to be closer to the 2012 presidential election. The album makes frequent use of the sounds of the El Train in Chicago to transition songs.

Contents

The album's title is inspired by the Al Jolson film of the same name.

The song "Look Who's Walking on Four Legs Again" is performed by Scott Lucas's second band Scott Lucas and the Married Men.

Personnel

  • Scott Lucas – guitar, vocals, bass, synthesizer, organ
  • Brian St. Clair – drums
  • Dave Lugo, Felix Pinero, and Mike Grogan - Additional vocals on tracks 4 and 9.
  • Jeb Bishop - Trombone on Track 11.
  • Bruce Lamont - Trombone on Track 11, Saxophone on Track 14.
  • Dave Rempis - Saxophone on Track 11.
  • Jamie Branch - Trumpet on Track 11.
  • Sanford Parker - Recording and Mixing
  • Andy Gerber - Additional Mixing
  • Collin Jordan - Mastering
  • Songs

    1Waves1:51
    2Cold Manor4:05
    3Night Flight to Paris3:57

    References

    Hallelujah! I'm a Bum (album) Wikipedia


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