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Call Me Insane

Call Me Insane

Artist: Dale Watson

MP3 Album: $9.99 Download

Details

Format: CD
Label: RED HOUSE
Genre: Country
Rel. Date: 06/09/2015
UPC: 033651028727

More Info:

The keeper of the true country music flame, Dale Watson's Call Me Insane is his 3rd Red House album and shows Austin's king of honky tonk delivering another album of new material that continues to carry the tradition of Johnny Cash, Waylon Jennings, and Willie Nelson. Produced by Lloyd Maines (Robert Earl Keen, Jerry Jeff Walker) Call Me Insane is what country music should sound like with instant classics from start to finish like "Jonesin' for Jones," "Bug Ya for Love" and "Mamas Don't Let Your Cowboys Grow Up to Be Babies." The record features His Lonestars as well as piano and The Honky Tonk Horns.

Reviews:

Dubbed "the silver pompadoured, baritone beltin', Lone Star beer drinkin,' honky-tonk hellraiser" by The Austin Chronicle, Dale is a consummate entertainer, on the road 300 days a year. The Alabama-born, Texas-raised Watson may be the hardest working entertainer today and is rapidly approaching legendary status. He is a country music maverick, a true outlaw who stands alongside Waylon Jennings, Willie Nelson, and George Strait as one of the finest country singers and songwriters from the Lone Star State.

You'd have to be crazy not to want Call Me Insane.