Michael Buffalo Smith | The Austin Sessions

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The Austin Sessions

by Michael Buffalo Smith

The Austin Sessions is the first new recording by Americana artist Michael Buffalo Smith since 2005, and features some legendary Texas performers, along with a couple of good ol' boys from South Carolina.
Genre: Rock: Americana
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1. Painting Her Toenails
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2. Empty Eyes
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3. Karl Childers' Blues
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4. (She Likes to Ride A) Fat Boy
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
The Austin Sessions is the first release from Spartanburg, SC artist Michael Buffalo Smith since 2005's Something Heavy. The four song EP contains songs written by Smith that include "Painting Her Toenails," a song written several years ago after observing his wife sitting on the front porch of their house late one night, sipping wine and painting her toenails. The only light available was reflecting from the huge Harvest Moon overhead, which inspired the song. "Empty Eyes" was written in the 1980's but never recorded for release until now, and "Karl Childers Blues" was written about the main character in Buffalo's favorite movie, Slingblade. The song is dedicated to Buffalo's buddy, the actor and screenwriter who created Karl, Oscar winner Billy Bob Thornton. "She Likes to Ride a Fatboy" is a song about a woman and her obsession over Harley Davidson motorcycles. What did you think it was about? LOL

The session took place in Austin, Texas in December 2016 at Green Garage Studio, and was produced by local heroes Billy Eli and Jim Hemphill, both of whom also played on the album, along with Joey Parrish (Silver Travis Band) on bass and Michael McGeary (Jerry Jeff Walker) on drums.

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