Over the last three decades, honky-tonk legend Dale Watson has carried the torch for pure country music. A fixture of the Austin, TX, music scene for years, Watson has a new home base, Memphis, TN and recorded all but one song on his new Red House Records release, CALL ME LUCKY, at historic Sam Phillips Recording studio in Memphis. The album features some of city's finest as well as Dale's longtime band, His Lone Stars, and includes a horn section on some of the tracks. With nods to the Man in Black and Hank, Watson pays homage to the greats and proves he's the real deal.
Over the last three decades, honky-tonk legend Dale Watson has carried the torch for pure country music. A fixture of the Austin, TX, music scene for years, Watson has a new home base, Memphis, TN and recorded all but one song on his new Red House Records release, CALL ME LUCKY, at historic Sam Phillips Recording studio in Memphis. The album features some of city's finest as well as Dale's longtime band, His Lone Stars, and includes a horn section on some of the tracks. With nods to the Man in Black and Hank, Watson pays homage to the greats and proves he's the real deal.
033651030829

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Format: CD
Label: RED HOUSE
Rel. Date: 02/15/2019
UPC: 033651030829

Call Me Lucky
Artist: Dale Watson
Format: CD
New: Available $16.98 $14.99 ON SALE
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Available Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. Call Me Lucky
2. The Dumb Song
3. Johnny And June
4. Tupelo Mississippi & a 57 Fairlane
5. Haul Off And Do It
6. Restless
7. David Buxkemper
8. Inside View
9. You Weren't Supposed To Feel This Good
10. Mama's Smile
11. Who Needs This Man
12. Run Away

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Over the last three decades, honky-tonk legend Dale Watson has carried the torch for pure country music. A fixture of the Austin, TX, music scene for years, Watson has a new home base, Memphis, TN and recorded all but one song on his new Red House Records release, CALL ME LUCKY, at historic Sam Phillips Recording studio in Memphis. The album features some of city's finest as well as Dale's longtime band, His Lone Stars, and includes a horn section on some of the tracks. With nods to the Man in Black and Hank, Watson pays homage to the greats and proves he's the real deal.