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Dignity

by Matt Doherty

A gumbo pot of fresh Americana, with a song about the Missouri river to Martin in Memphis, love lost and found, a boat full of my ancestors making the crossing from Ireland, and a song about a bowling ball.
Genre: Folk: Fingerstyle
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1. Ferguson
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2. Hey, Mr. Seeger
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3. By Your Side
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4. Lady in the Grass
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5. 2300 Miles
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6. Isadora
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7. Fiona
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8. Maxine
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9. Jericho
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10. Valerie
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11. Peleides
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12. Light on There for You
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
I started writing songs to write better films and plays. I recall hearing John Prine’s “John Garfield Blues” and was shocked at the cinematic abstraction- and knew that if I could master the compression of songwriting, it would add a sense of lyricism and melody to my larger endeavors. What I found along the way is what Famed Finger Picker, Pete Steinberg, said to me when he taught me how to pick my first rag on the guitar, “well I got bad news for ya, Matt... you’re a natural at this and definitely not a doctor.”

Music has been a constant in my life ever since I first heard “Visions of Johanna” by Bob Dylan at 15. So, about a year and half ago, I decided to assemble a few of my favorite tunes and release my debut record. My brother Dan fittingly said, “it’s time.” Working with producer Lauren Adams at I Made That Studios, I was able to collaborate with some of the music industry’s best players and have the sessions mixed by Jim Watson and mastered by Thomas Hornig.

Honored and humbled, I am proud to share the fruit of those sessions known by the principle it taught me ... DIGNITY.

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