Charlie Thompson | The Foothill Sessions

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The Foothill Sessions

by Charlie Thompson

Charlie's latest release heads West! Recorded in the foothills of the Pasadena mountan range at Wallyphonic Studios, with some of Southern California's finest musicians; TK Smith, Jeremy Wakefield, Dave Stuckey, Walley Hersom, and Carl Sonny Leayland.
Genre: Country: Countrypolitan
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Goin' Like Wildfire
2:34 album only
2. The Automobile Song
2:23 album only
3. A Blue Million Tears
2:35 album only
4. Boogie Blues
2:37 album only
5. We're Buggin' Out
2:33 album only
6. I Don't Care
2:40 album only
7. Let Me Love You a Little
2:44 album only
8. So Long
2:40 album only
9. You Tried to Ruin My Name
2:20 album only
10. Ain't Never Gonna Get Married Again
2:27 album only
11. (We've Reached) the Beginning of the End
2:56 album only
12. I Miss You Already
2:32 album only


Album Notes
This album was a labor of love, recorded over many years on successive visits to LA. Recorded at Wallyphonic Studios in the foothills of the Pasadena mountian range, it seemed only right to make The Foothill Sessions a showcase for some of California's finest western swing, country and rockabilly musicians. Charlie had a ball recording with the rare talents of TK Smith, Jeremy (JW) Wakefiield, Dave Stuckey, Wally Hersom, Bobby Furgo and Carl Sonny Leyland, and the result is a Western-style masterpiece. Guitar World Online summs up well as "a mix of rockabilly and rollicking country tunes."



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