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Texas Honky Tonk Blues
  • Artist: Durwood Haddock
  • Label: CD Baby
  • UPC: 600664310325
  • Item #: SRD431032
  • Genre: Country
  • Release Date: 9/17/2012
  • Rank: 1000000000
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Texas Honky Tonk Blues on CD

After a career of several decades in the country music industry, award winning singer-songwriter, Durwood Haddock releases his first CD. This self-produced Nashville session contains mostly original material including There She Goes, from the soundtrack of the OSCAR winning movie Coal Miner's Daughter,the life story of Loretta Lynn, which is now triple platinum. Most recently, I Don't Wanta, a Haddock composition as well, was included on the soundtrack of the Bruce Willis and Matthew Perry movie, The Whole Ten Yards (2003). If you love twin fiddles, steel guitars and a strong vocal, this traditional country CD is one you'll want for your collection. You'll find hot fiddling and strong steel guitar work in Good Lookin Lady, a four-four bass and shuffle rhythm and a single string fiddle in Texas Honky Tonk Blues and Just Call Me Lonesome is the very definition of country music with it's sad and emotional lyrics. Beneath A Neon Star is the perfect song for any Texas jukebox. You're Singing My Song is a straight ahead country ballad and There She Goes paints a full picture of lost love and is a superb version, done just the way Durwood wrote it in the autumn of 1954. When My Heart Goes Crazy, is a conventional country ballad and Bedroom Eyes is a sensuous waltz while I Can't Hold A Candle (To Your Old Flame) is an excellent honky tonker with great steel work. The final track, Big Night At My House, an updated version of Durwood's 1962 chart record, gives Durwood an opportunity to give one of his finest vocal performances. This is a CD every collector of honest, country music will want for his collection.(taken by permission in part from liner notes by Arnold Rogers of Nashville, Tennessee)