James Patrick Lynch | The Sun Studio Sessions

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The Sun Studio Sessions

by James Patrick Lynch

An acoustic collection of original songs including a terrific mix of new material and never recorded classics. This album was recorded at the legendary Sun Studio in Memphis, TN.
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1. Intro
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2. Rockin Chair
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3. Old Southern Porches
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4. Sittin, Thinkin, & Drinkin
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5. Hands Of A Guitar Man
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6. Fruit Of Your Labor
4:04 $0.99
7. The Only Thing Missing
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8. Love Can Be Like A Muddy River
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9. I Just Can't Drive Without The Outlaws
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10. One Of A Kind
4:19 $0.99
11. Wild Mustang
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12. No Guarantees
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13. Brother, I'll Wait For You (shawn's Song)
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Album Notes
The Sun Studio Sessions represents the second consecutive live recording in JPL’s career. This record, unlike Live 2001 which was recorded at Douglas Corner Café, is a very intimate hybrid record of live tracks recorded with just a guitar and vocals in a studio setting. James recorded the tracks while standing on the spot where many music legions -such as Elvis Presley, Johnny Cash, Carl Perkins, Jerry Lee Lewis, Charlie Rich and Roy Orbison- got their start, He included a terrific mix of new material and never recorded classics.

Rockin’ Chair is a bluesy kind of song that makes you want to lean back, relax and forget about your problems.

Southern Porches is written so descriptively that when listening to this song it feels like you are looking at an old black and white photo album from James‘ childhood. The vocal delivery on the recording is both delicate and captivating.

Sittin‘, Thinkin‘, and Drinkin’ is about a guy who’s had a pretty hard night and starts giving advice. James won‘t say, but he may have lived this song once or twice.

Hands of a Guitar Man is a crowd favorite. It’s a semi-biographical song about doubt and discovery. The lyrics are true and cross many metaphorical boundaries. The essence is that if you have the desire, you can accomplish anything you put your mind, or hands, to.

Fruit of Your Labor is a truly romantic song about a husband and wife who, after many years of marriage, still know how to express their love for one another.

The Only Thing Missing, is My Son was written about James’ father. It is an extremely personal song that again lets us see a piece of his soul.

Love Can Be Like a Muddy River is an up-tempo love song that will get your toe tapping or make you want to flat out dance. It talks about how love can be exciting at times and trying at others, but you have to stick with it because there are “clear waters” down the line.

Just Can’t Drive Without the Outlaws is an homage to many of Country Music’s greatest voices. This is a feel good song that you can sing to the first time you hear it.

Two of a Kind is a song about two brave souls who weren’t afraid to be different. They spent many years feeling like outcasts, until they meet one day and instantly know that they are meant for each other.

Wild Mustang is James’ signature song. It is about as true to a representation of the man that you’ll find; wild, free, and true to his morals.

No Guarantees is an All-American song about life. It follows a man from birth through adulthood, and echoes the fact that we can make choices, but there are no guarantees.

Brother, I’ll Wait for You was written after the unexpected and pre-mature death of James’ older brother Sean. James was affected by the event profoundly, and had to express his feelings in this moving tribute. Being of Irish decent, James chose to include bagpipes at the end of this song playing Amazing Grace.



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