"Four Stations" covers the lives of the poor in 4 different regions of Thailand, all of whom are connected by the same railroad. In the north, an old monk named Tu Pu attempts to teach the younger monks, but it doesn't turn out how he expects. The locals begin to lose their faith. In the central area, a Myanmar laborer quits his job to help his wife who is about to be deported. His wife can't pay off her debts. In the northeast area, Kamkon is an orphan. She tries her best to become recognized as a family member on her husband's side. In the southern area, neighbors Suan and Klaew once were good friends, but now they are sworn enemies.
The Nighthawks are an American blues and roots music band, based in Washington, D.C. The Nighthawks currently comprise Mark Wenner (harmonica), Paul Bell (lead guitar), Johnny Castle (bass guitar), and Pete Ragusa (drums). Formed in 1972, the Nighthawks underwent several personnel changes before stabilizing the lineup of Mark Wenner (harmonica), Jimmy Thackery (lead guitar), Jan Zukowski (bass guitar), and Pete Ragusa (drums).In 1987, the band headed to Europe for a two week tour before taking some time off….
The Nighthawks were founded in 1972 by vocalist/harmonica player Mark Wenner and guitarist Jimmy Thackery, and joined early on by bass player Jan Zukowski and drummer Pete Ragusa. Based in Washington, D.C., they built on their Chicago blues roots to create a unique musical repertoire that features blues, roots rock, rockabilly and soul. They became known as one of the hardest working and most popular blues bands as they toured nationally in the ‘70s and ‘80s, playing 300 shows a year from the mid-‘70’s to the mid-‘80’s.
UK remastered four CD set for the seminal Australian punk band features their first three albums.