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I Got Here As Fast As I Could
  • Artist: Dave Kirby
  • Label: CD Baby
  • UPC: 837101211659
  • Item #: CDBY121165
  • Genre: Country
  • Release Date: 8/8/2006
  • This product is a special order
  • Rank: 1000000000
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I Got Here As Fast As I Could on CD

Dave Kirby is a 100 percent independent Texas based singer songwriter who credits his latest accomplishment to the first class musicians and friends he plays with. Dave has finally turned out his long awaited debut album and is on his way to becoming one of the fresh faces to burst on the Texas red dirt music scene today. If you enjoy listening to good, down home story telling with smoking hot telecaster guitar licks (courtesy of the legendary Billy Hillman), you will thoroughly enjoy this album. Dave's songs are all about real life, real love, and real trouble and he lays his life out for everyone to hear on this almost autobiographical CD. This Katy, Tx. songwriter ranges his story telling from the red hot title track 'I Wasn't Born In Texas' to a humoruous insight of his life threatning, alcohol induced fall from grace and subsequent recovery in 'Three Chords and a Bad Memory'. In between you will find a powerful tribute to the victims of hurricane Katrina and the beautifully produced Christmas track 'Pennies Come From Heaven'. There's a great two stepping tune 'I Hate To Leave You Baby', and the high and lonesome 'Sing Me Back To Texas' plus an acoustic tribute to Dave's honky tonk heroes with 'Outlaws Make The World Go Round'. As one Corpus Christi DJ put it so aptly 'Who needs Nashville when you've got these real life story tellers right here in Texas'?