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The Steve Hill Trio - Working Twice As Hard (to Look Half As Good) Working Twice As Hard, 2012 05:04. The Steve Hill Trio - Show Me a Heart (What ever Happened to) Playing for the Love of Music !?, 2004 02:44. Artist: The Steve Hill Trio.
Album · 2016 · 12 Songs. Working Twice As Hard - EP. 2012.
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Band Name Steve Hill. Album Name Solo Recordings, Vol. 2. Type Album. Labels Outside Music No Label Records. Music StyleBlues Rock. Members owning this album0. 1. Still Got It Bad. Slim Chance. 5. Never Is Such a Long Time.
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Twice As Hard" is a blues-influenced hard rock song by the American southern rock band The Black Crowes. From on their first album, Shake Your Money Maker, the song was released as a single in 1990 and reached the 11th position in the Mainstream Rock charts. A music video directed by Pete Angelus was shot in 1990 to promote the single. It features the band, dressed in their classic vintage style, playing the song by night in some sort of mansion In addition to being the first track on Shake Your Money Maker,.
Music video by The Black Crowes performing Twice As Hard. Has been played on. United States 60.
After recording his debut album Voyage of the Acolyte, Hackett resumed working in Genesis and recorded A Trick of the Tail (1976), the band's first with Collins on lead vocals. The follow-up, Wind & Wuthering (1976), is Hackett's final studio album with the band. Hackett looked back on this period, and the atmosphere within the group, as a hard working and positive on. .Before Hackett recorded his fourth album Defector, he organised a series of gigs in November 1979, including one in London at the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane, to test out new material. Hackett found the experience of recording Defector as equal to Spectral Mornings and noted the similarity in music between the two albums, though he considered the material on the latter as.