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Baja Louisiana

by Douglas Greer

A follow-up to his critically acclaimed debut, "Just A Man," containing eleven songs of pure Americana with a red-dirt roots rock edge.
Genre: Country: Americana
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1. Back in My Skin Again
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2. Take My Name off Your Facebook Page
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3. Out of My Mind
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4. Witches
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5. Port Acres
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6. Miss Right Now
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7. Call Me on It
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8. Saving Grace
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9. Christmas in the Travis County Jail
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10. Let's Sit Down
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11. Dead Unicorns
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Album Notes
“Douglas Greer's new record 'Baja Louisiana' is a one of a kind treasure…”
Mark Hallman, Owner of Congress House Studio, Austin, Texas

“Douglas Greer is an extraordinary storytelling red dirt roots-rocker… ‘Baja Louisiana’ contains very beautiful handcrafted Americana songs that needed to come out…”
Jan Janssen, Founder of Real Roots Café, the Netherlands

About Douglas Greer:

Texas singer/songwriter Douglas Greer showcases a brand of original roots-rock music heavy on storytelling and wrapped in electric guitar- and keyboard-infused melodies reminiscent of seventies-era country and rock.

His 2006 debut album, “Just a Man,” has been sold in thirteen countries on four continents. The album reached the Number One spot on the Euro Americana Chart, the Americana music chart in Europe, as well as the Number Two spot on the same chart the following month, where it topped Bob Dylan’s “Modern Times,” which debuted at Number Three. It also reached the Number Thirteen spot in America on the Freeform American Roots Chart.

Douglas Greer and “Just a Man” earned significant critical acclaim and radio airplay in Holland, Belgium, Spain, France and Germany, and made several year-end lists in the European Americana music community, including Number One Male Artist (Johanna Bodde, Alt Country Cooking), Number Two Male Artist (Jos van den Boom, Crossroads Radio), Best Debut Album (Jos van Den Boom, Crossroads Radio), and Album of the Year (Francois Braeken, Rootstime Magazine), as well as being named Album of the Month on the seminal radio program, “Americana OK,” on Leith FM Radio in Edinburgh, Scotland.

He has taken three radio tours of Holland, including guest artist appearances on Crossroads Radio, Country File Radioshow, Blueprint Live, and several other programs, and was a featured performer on the acclaimed world music cultural program, “Cultureel Podium Roepaen.”

Douglas Greer is now releasing his long-awaited follow-up album, “Baja Louisiana,” recorded with Mark Hallman at Congress House Studio in Austin, in September 2016.

Excerpts of some reviews of Just a Man:

“[Just a Man] is a classic example of how, in our opinion, Americana is supposed to sound. Greer is a master of telling stories and drawing character sketches.” – Benny Metten, Ctrl Alt Country Magazine

“[Just a Man] is a real beauty; alternative Southeast Texas country rock molded into ten great songs that create the same atmosphere for which musicians such as Ryan Adams, Steve Earle, James McMurtry and Joe Ely are famous.” – Francois Braeken, Rootstime Magazine

“[Just a Man] is a brilliant debut album; texts with ingenious character sketches that could have come straight out of a bestseller. One of the best Alternative Country Rock CDs of the year.” – Jan Janssen, Real Roots Café



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