Lady Luck

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Austin-based Dean Seltzer fires off an unexpected cannon blast from the sometimes drab Red Dirt scene with Lady Luck, a concentrated burst of raucous country-rock with an emphasis on the “rock.” Dean keeps Lady Luck loud and fast for the most part, coming off like an amped-up, Texas-grilled version of Arizona’s hook-happy Gin Blossoms. Even when the acoustic guitars come out and the tempos go down, as on “Huntsville (Life on Death Row),” the intensity level never lets up—that is, until the closing breeze through Dave Loggins’ “Please Come to Boston,” a Shelli Coe duet that plays like a well-earned encore.

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