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Charley Crockett (from the album The Man from Waco
Charley Crockett (from the album The Man from Waco available on Son of Davy Records/Thirty Tigers)
As the catalog of Charley Crockett grows, the worth and value of his songs deepens. The Man from Waco is the latest release from the western songman. Charley Crockett’s music is dry, dusty wind crossing the prairie (“Cowboy Candy”), honky tonk sunshine (“Name on a Billboard”), Country Folk (“July Jackson”), Country Soul (“Odessa”), and front porch jams (“Tom Turkey”). The Man from Waco is a self-contained songbook of Southwest Roots and Mountain Country music.
Produced by Bruce Robison, doing double duty as Charley’s manager, The Man from Waco never sounds dated as it mines music of the past, digging bright shiny gems out, polishing, and presenting for a modern-day audience. Desert winds blow off the title track murder ballad as The Man from Waco tells of the “Time of the Cottonwood Trees” and cruises “Black Cadillac” on a slow summer rhythm while Charley Crockett confesses “I’m Just a Clown” and hops a train track beat for “All the Way from Atlanta”.
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