MP3 Chris Daugherty - Drinkin' and Thinkin'
"Drinkin and Thinkin"- a strong traditional country album written and performed by an accomplished singer songwriter with a 15 year background in Texas,Arkansas, and https://www.tradebit.coms album is getting regular air play on West Virginia radio station WKKW with
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COUNTRY: Traditional Country, COUNTRY: Country Blues
Reviewer thinkin'' ''Drinkin'' and Thinkin'' '' pure country
BY MATTHEW ROBERSON
The Dominion Post
Chris Daugherty, an accomplished songwriter and musician, is of the old school of country music. Citing his influences as Dwight Yoakam, Merle Haggard and Hank Williams, he plays "traditional country with some rockabilly thrown in."
Daugherty''s album, "Drinkin'' and Thinkin''," is prime country. Songs of heartache, hangovers and crappy jobs dominate the album
"Drinkin''" opens with "Juke Juke Jukin''," a catchy songer that shuffles along with lines like "juke, juke, jukin/ and boot, boot, scootin''." Steel guitars fill the pauses, and a foot-stomping drum track keeps it trucking.
Daugherty slows it down for the next track, "Lonely Hearts," a Jimmy Buffett-style song about lonely hearts needing lonely hearts. Daugherty''s earnestness and twang make "Hearts" a great track, which could easily fit on country radio station playlists.
"Drinkin'' and Thinkin''" is a solid album, with a genuine life wisdom to it that seems to have come with a few hard knocks.
Even if you only listen to it after a rough day at work, listen to it loud and raise your Pabst in salute.
Daugherty is the real thing, a country artist from the country ---
Hard Workin--Hard Livin and Lovin--Family Roots-- Broken Hearts and Dreams; all of these grassroot essential emotions and scenes are vividly and entertainingly captured and conveyed in this "True Country Album"
"Drinkin and Thinkin"-with it''s perfectly rough blend of Traditional Country-Blues--Rockabilly--and "Juke Joint Honky Tonk reaches out to any ear and heart that loves the "Genuine Country Sound".
An album that echoes subtle resemblances to some of the true great ones,it is evident in the style and message that the strong influence of Hank-George-Dwight-and Merlehas found a home and outlet in the heart and soul of this southern born singer and song writer.
The album is "soakin wet" with the whine of the steel guitar--twangy-bluesy electric leads and fiddle playin that "Hollars--Hell Yea!!!!I''M COUNTRY.
"Drinkin and Thinkin deserves a place in the country music lovers library or on the dash of the pick-up.