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  • Lucero All A Man Should Do CD
    Item #: ATCD161
    1. Baby Don't You Want Me
    2. Went Looking for Warren Zevon's Los Angeles
    3. The Man I Was
    4. Can't You Hear Them Howl
    5. I Woke Up in New Orleans
    6. Throwback No. 2
    7. They Called Her Killer
    8. Young Outlaws
    9. I'm in Love with a Girl
    10. My Girl & Me in ‘93
    • $10.99
  • Lucero All A Man Should Do LP
    Item #: ATLP158
    Following the release of 2012’s Women and Work, Lucero’s new album All A Man Should Do contains some of the most resonant lyrics Ben Nichols has ever written. They read like chapters from his life: the duality of relationships, getting older, finding where you want to be in this world and more.
    • $19.99
  • Lucero "All A Man Should Do" Digital Album
    Item #: ATDD172
    1. Baby Don't You Want Me
    2. Went Looking for Warren Zevon's Los Angeles
    3. The Man I Was
    4. Can't You Hear Them Howl
    5. I Woke Up in New Orleans
    6. Throwback No. 2
    7. They Called Her Killer
    8. Young Outlaws
    9. I'm in Love with a Girl
    10. My Girl & Me in ‘93
    • $9.99
  • Lucero Patch
    Item #: ATAM27
    2.5 inch iron-on patch
    • $3.99
  • Lucero Flask
    Item #: ATAM28
    6 oz. laser engraved flask
    • $12.99
  • Lucero - Women & Work CD
    Item #: ATCD85
    Women & Work once again finds the core six-members of Lucero joined by Memphis horn legends Jim Spake (Solomon Burke, Ray Charles) and Scott Thompson (Al Green, Cat Power) on eleven new, original songs that range from barroom brawlers to lonesome laments, and cut deeper than anything else in the band’s extensive catalog. The album was recorded at Ardent Studios in Memphis, and produced by Ted Hutt (The Gaslight Anthem).
    • $9.99
  • Lucero - Women & Work Digital Download
    Item #: ATDD72
    Women & Work once again finds the core six-members of Lucero joined by Memphis horn legends Jim Spake (Solomon Burke, Ray Charles) and Scott Thompson (Al Green, Cat Power) on eleven new, original songs that range from barroom brawlers to lonesome laments, and cut deeper than anything else in the band’s extensive catalog. The album was recorded at Ardent Studios in Memphis, and produced by Ted Hutt (The Gaslight Anthem).
    • $7.99