Charlie Harrison | Overdue

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Overdue

by Charlie Harrison

A honky-tonk record with songwriter sensibilities.
Genre: Country: Alt-Country
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1. Bear Me Up
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2. Down at the C & A
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3. Camera Lens
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4. Talk of the Town
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5. When We're Gone
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6. Only Boy and the Only Girl
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7. No Sense at All
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8. Drinking Pushed Me to Drinking
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9. Headed Back to Houston
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
After nearly six years of playing live shows, Charlie Harrison headed to the studio for the first time in early 2011. The result is nine songs recorded in two and half days; a record that felt a little Overdue. The sound of the record sits somewhere between country, folk and rock and draws from the likes of Todd Snider, Robert Earl Keen and John Prine. Harrison tapped into his experiences playing bars and clubs for much of the material but at times (such as in the tracks “Bear Me Up” and “When We’re Gone”), he visits larger themes of rebirth and destiny. But, even when he is waxing philosophic, Harrison’s songs sound right at home in your local beer joint.


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