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Like Smoke, John Rubino's low-budget film is also about a shop in the heart of Brooklyn where people of different races, ages, and classes come together-in this case, a liquor store that sells lottery tickets. Rubino not only wrote the screenplay but co-wrote 9 of the 12 songs in the movie with the legendary soul-gospel band, The Holmes Brothers, and cast Wendell Holmes, the group's lead singer, as a major character. Those dozen tunes comprise the band's fifth album, Lotto Land, it's first collection of all-original material.
Like Smoke, John Rubino's low-budget film is also about a shop in the heart of Brooklyn where people of different races, ages, and classes come together-in this case, a liquor store that sells lottery tickets. Rubino not only wrote the screenplay but co-wrote 9 of the 12 songs in the movie with the legendary soul-gospel band, The Holmes Brothers, and cast Wendell Holmes, the group's lead singer, as a major character. Those dozen tunes comprise the band's fifth album, Lotto Land, it's first collection of all-original material.
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Format: CD
Label: SP
Catalog: 1223
Rel. Date: 03/19/1996
UPC: 772532122320

Lotto Land
Artist: Holmes Brothers
Format: CD
New: In Stock $15.99
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Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. Funky Bust - (with The Holmes Brothers)
2. Don't Spare Your Sword - (with The Holmes Brothers)
3. I See You - (with The Holmes Brothers)
4. Tell Me Again - (with The Holmes Brothers)
5. Radio Face - (with The Holmes Brothers)
6. Georgia Peach - (with The Holmes Brothers)
7. Basement Blues - (with The Holmes Brothers)
8. Win Big - (with The Holmes Brothers)
9. On the Rocks - (with The Holmes Brothers)
10. So Easy - (with The Holmes Brothers)
11. Simple Things - (with The Holmes Brothers)
12. Lotto Land - (with The Holmes Brothers)

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Like Smoke, John Rubino's low-budget film is also about a shop in the heart of Brooklyn where people of different races, ages, and classes come together-in this case, a liquor store that sells lottery tickets. Rubino not only wrote the screenplay but co-wrote 9 of the 12 songs in the movie with the legendary soul-gospel band, The Holmes Brothers, and cast Wendell Holmes, the group's lead singer, as a major character. Those dozen tunes comprise the band's fifth album, Lotto Land, it's first collection of all-original material.
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