Dave Insley | Here With You Tonight

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Here With You Tonight

by Dave Insley

Roadhouse Country-Rock, Honkytonk & Americana
Genre: Country: Outlaw Country
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1. Open Road
3:17 album only
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2. You're the One I Prefer
3:15 album only
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3. Borrowed Time
4:02 album only
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4. South of the Border
2:43 album only
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5. God Love's the Working Man
3:01 album only
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6. White Cross
3:47 album only
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7. Cashed in My Old Life
3:49 album only
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8. Other Trails to Ride
4:01 album only
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9. Grace
4:53 album only
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10. Train in the Distance
1:47 album only

ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
The follow-up to "Call Me Lonesome" finds Insley collaborating with CML alums Rick Shea (Dave Alvin Band), Rosie Flores, PH Naffah (Peacemakers), Diana Lee, Danny White & Chris Gough, along with newcomers Amanda Cunningham, Pat Johnson & Dave Gleason, for a ten-song love letter called Here With You Tonight (2006). Dave's unique songwriting and deep, rich baritone have earned him a reputation as one of the Southwest's most original artists and "Here With You Tonight" provides further evidence that the reputation is deserved. Effortlessly blending Country, Swing, Folk and Gospel, Insley shines a light into the dark corners of the heart, and narrates the journey with ironic detachment. Tracks include "Open Road," "You're The One I Prefer," "God Love's the Workin' Man" and "South of the Border".

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