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"Sugarfinger" is unquestionably the finest release yet from Randy Weeks, L.A.'s preeminent songwriter/recording artist of these past several years. On the heels of two earlier indie releases, Weeks continues in the same Dylan/Band/Creedence country-rock tradition that makes his sound so instantly accessible. But with the standout musicianship on "Sugarfinger," the Randy Weeks Group ups the ante with their best-produced recording yet! In a another era you wouldn't need to read this, because an obvious smash hit like "Transistor Radio" would already be on the air and inching up the charts. In another time we'd have heard countless music scribes praise the lyricism of Weeks' paradoxical love songs -- or compare his vocal crooning to that of a young Willie Nelson. However, in our jaded whirled, Randy Weeks remains today's best kept secret in the west. "Sugarfinger" should change all of that.


Genre: Rock

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s

Originally hailing from Minnesota, singer/songwriter/guitarist Randy Weeks was a founding member of the Los Angeles-based country-rock band the Lonesome Strangers, who recorded his song "Ton of Shame" on their 1986 album, Lonesome Pine. The group's self-titled 1989 album featured his song "Daddy's Gone Gray," and both his "Fine Way to Treat Me" and "Ton of Shame" were on 1997's Lonesome Strangers album Land of Opportunity. (All three songs were co-written by Jeff Rymes, co-leader of the band.) Weeks...
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