MP3 Clayton Lee - Don't Worry 'Bout Nut'in'
It''s a country by way of Texas & Louisiana, not Nashville, Americana-Rock, story telling E Ticket ride with thump to make yer big toe shoot up.
13 MP3 Songs
COUNTRY: Country Rock, ROCK: Americana
Clayton Lee''s new album "Don''t Worry "Bout Nut''in''" features thirteen exciting songs including six written or co-written by the artist. The title song has a New Orleans style funky down and dirty groove to make you move. The expression "Don''t Worry ''Bout Nut''in''" is familiar to anyone who has spent much time in South https://www.tradebit.com reflects the regional attitude of a people who truly live a "work hard play harder" philosophy.
The genre of the CD is country by way of Louisiana and Texas, not Nashville, a Country-Rock/Americana blend that''ll make yer big toe shoot up in yer boot. It''s fun, emotional, exciting, authentic, and real.
Clayton enlisted the help of his friend Terry Wilson to take the helm as producer on this one. Working with Terry brought the advantage of being able to tap a storehouse of talented people whose accomplishments and credits would take pages to https://www.tradebit.comry Wilson''s songs have been covered by the likes of Paul Rodgers, Kathy Mattea, and Maria Muldaur. As a musician, he''s worked with Eric Burdon, Johnny Nash, Jimmy Reed, John Martin, and was a member of Backstreet Crawler (Paul Kossoff). His producer credits include Teresa James, Randy Sharp, and David Lynn Jones.
A listen to this CD is bound to conjure up feelings you thought you misplaced and were looking for. Texas boogies, Louisiana flavored mambo stomps, a shuffling tribute to Steve Ripley, a couple of country ballads, a cowboy jazz tune about a wandering girlfriend, an island inspired song about an insect, it''s not a trite rehash but it fits like your favorite boots.
XM Satellite Radio recently added three songs from DON''T WORRY ''BOUT NUT''IN'' to their X Country playlist!
The proof is in the listening, so check out the sound samples. Take a ride down south with Clayton Lee, and "Don''t Worry ''Bout Nut''in''"!