Charley Crockett – Lil G.L.’s Honky Tonk Jubilee (2017) [FLAC 24 bit, 96 kHz]

Charley Crockett - Lil G.L.'s Honky Tonk Jubilee (2017) [FLAC 24 bit, 96 kHz] Download

Artist: Charley Crockett
Album: Lil G.L.’s Honky Tonk Jubilee
Genre: Folk, Country
Release Date: 2017
Audio Format:: FLAC (tracks) 24 bit, 96 kHz
Duration: 43:04
Total Tracks: 16
Total Size: 772 MB

Tracklist:

1-01. Charley Crockett – Night Train to Memphis (02:19)
1-02. Charley Crockett – Jamestown Ferry (03:06)
1-03. Charley Crockett – I Saw the Light (03:03)
1-04. Charley Crockett – Honky Tonk Blues (02:13)
1-05. Charley Crockett – Just a Drink Away (02:51)
1-06. Charley Crockett – Ramblin Man (03:03)
1-07. Charley Crockett – You Must Be Drunk Again (02:23)
1-08. Charley Crockett – I Ain’t Never (02:14)
1-09. Charley Crockett – The Lost Highway (03:04)
1-10. Charley Crockett – Am I That Easy to Forget (02:35)
1-11. Charley Crockett – Honky Tonk Man (02:12)
1-12. Charley Crockett – You’re Still on My Mind (02:31)
1-13. Charley Crockett – I Just Don’t Like This Kind of Living (02:32)
1-14. Charley Crockett – Brothers of a Bottle (02:47)
1-15. Charley Crockett – Honky Tonkin (02:56)
1-16. Charley Crockett – I Cast a Lonesome Shadow (03:06)

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Charley Crockett’s blues-infused country singing gives old songs new beginnings on Lil G.L’s Jonky Tonk Jubilee, a collection of sixteen songs from the likes of Hank Williams, Ernest Tubb and Loretta Lynn, just to name a few. Crockett pays his dues, honouring the greats with this release and establishing himself as a true-blue country music traditionalist.For those who’ve been to a Turnpike Troubadours show over the last year or two, or were somehow otherwise tuned into the throwback country soul of Charley Crockett through his first few self-released records, they need not be assuaged to the idea that he could be the next big thing in roots music. A direct descendant of American pioneer and Texas hero Davey Crockett, and of varied Jewish/White/Creole descent, Charley was instilled with the indelible mark of roots music when growing up in impoverished conditions in San Benito, Texas—also known as the hometown of Freddy Fender. Charley also spent his early years in Dallas with his single mother who was a blues singer, and an uncle who introduced him to the sounds of the French Quarter in New Orleans until he knew nothing different than banishing your heartbreak through song and story. Charley Crockett recently signed to Thirty Tigers, and somewhere in the offing you can expect a new, national debut album full of original songs from Crockett’s repertoire. But in the interim, Charley has decided to take a take a step back from his own music to pay some dues and respects, and pay the songs of his country music heroes forward to a new generation in a record called Charley Crockett presents Lil G.L’s Honky Tonk Jubilee.

A collection of songs from Hank Williams, Ernest Tubb, Loretta Lynn, Tanya Tucker, Roy Acuff, Webb Pierce, and others, the 16 tracks of the album find Charley Crockett interpreting timeless compositions with such love, you would have thought they were his own. Not just your average traditional covers album, the Honky Tonk Jubilee is Charley building a country music foundation, and proving his studious discipline and appreciation for the past greats before he ventures to contribute his own compositions to the American songbook in earnest.

“Not just your average traditional covers album, the Honky Tonk Jubilee is Charley building a country music foundation, and proving his studious discipline and appreciation for the past greats before he ventures to contribute his own compositions to the American songbook in earnest.” – Saving Country Music

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