Tepoe Nash | I Ain't Gettin' up This Morning

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I Ain't Gettin' up This Morning

by Tepoe Nash

Tepoe's first Traditional Blues single. Featuring two legendary musicians and Hall of Fame members, Wayne Moss on Bass Guitar and Charlie McCoy on Harmonica! Mastered by engineer Alex Wharton of Abbey Road Studios.
Genre: Blues: Blues-Rock
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Album Notes
"I dedicate this song to all the hard working people out there that keeps the world running!

This song came to me one morning as I started to hit the snooze on my alarm clock for the third time, and thought, "can't do it, got to get up!" I guess you could say I had the early morning Blues, literally.
I also thought about all the people who had experienced the same thing "wanting to go back to sleep but couldn't".

I had a lot of fun recording the song, and I'm so grateful and honored to have two of the best musicians in the world on the recording with me!
Wayne Moss and Charlie McCoy!!!!

Wayne played Bass Guitar on my last single and I was thrilled when he told me he would record with me again on this one. I told him, I would really like to have Charlie on the song doing harp, and was excited when Wayne told me he would do it. I have so much admiration for these two guys. They've been a part of so many hit songs and have recorded with so many Stars that I love. To have a recording with them is something that I will always treasure!

There was a moment during the recording session that I will always remember. It was during Charlie's harp solo when I thought to myself, "man this is the guy that did the harmonica part on "Orange Blossom Special" for Johny Cash, "He Stopped Loving Her Today" for George Jones, and "Candy Man" for Roy Orbison". Right after thinking that, I panned around to see Wayne with the headphones on and thought
"And here is the guy who played the famous guitar riff for Roy Orbison's "Pretty Woman" and Lead guitar on "Only Daddy" for Waylon Jennings, then it hit me "they both played on "Pretty Woman", on Bob Dylan"a "Blonde on Blonde, and countless others together. I thought "Wow!" here I am recording with two members of "The Casuals", "Area Code 615", and "Barefoot Jerry". It was around that time when I got this great feeling called "The Music Chills"! It was a great feeling and a memory that I will always hold dear!

I hope you enjoy the song, and play it on morning when you can just roll over and go back to sleep!!!!
Thank you for checking it out!!!!!"
Tepoe Nash



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