MP3 Danny Epps - Rumors Of The Truth
Komplettes MP3 Album von Danny Epps
Kurz-Beschreibung von CDbaby: Country blues folk call it what you will it's different
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Danny Epps is a former Columbia and Crazy Cajun Records recording artist and Nashville songwriter. Mickey Newbury has described him as "another Texas songwriter from the mold of Willie Nelson, Kris Kristofferson, Townes Van Zandt, Dennis Linde, and Gene Thomas". Danny has toured with legendary performers Billy Joe Shaver and Bobby Bare. His songs have been recorded by Freddy Fender, Don Gibson, Brenda Lee, Dickey Lee, Johnny Lee, Roger Miller and many others.
Danny is making his comeback with this album after being out of the music business for fifteen https://www.tradebit.com style of music has been described as Blues, Folk and Country; at times all three. You will find the music on this album ranging from sad to whimsical. The songs chronicle his life from "The Beast," a cut originally about Viet Nam but still relevant today, to "It's Over," a ballad of an aging cowboy.
A NOTE FROM DANNY:
I would like to thank my son, Kidd, for encouraging me to do this album and my daughter, Stacy, for the inspiration and their children for just being themselves. Thanks to Warren Johnson for giving me this opportunity and Lonnie Wright for all of his guidance and advice. My special thanks to all of the musicians and to Randy Corner and Bill Roe for helping us so much. Most of all thank you Lucy for all you have done for me. People are always asking for meanings behind the writing of songs. The following are mine for these: The Beast- NAM nuff
said. Stoned Alone Blues- ran out of weed and beer before running out of song. I Need A Bad Woman Bad- I still grow
horns. Red River Rose- She turned my head and heart around. Home Is Only A Dream- still searching, always will.
I Need To Go Crazy- Construction work during Texas summers is a bitch. I Danced On the Moon- same as number 4. Are
we seeing a pattern here? Desperate Moves- A wild ride through the crazy 70's. Tears From the Heart- there is nothing like a broken heart. Low Down Friends- the best friends are the ones that stay with you when you're down. It's Over- the rooster still crows but he don't strut.
Anyway, this thing is mostly in tune and sometimes in meter, so if you want to pick along, knock yourself out. Danny Epps