Jeep White | Low Country

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Low Country

by Jeep White

Songs about life, love, success and failure, filled with emotion. Country music with the feel it used to have.
Genre: Country: Americana
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1. I Got Nobody
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2. I Came Here to Stay
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3. Short Road to Hell
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4. I Don't Need You
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5. Over and Over
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6. Room With a View
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7. Grandpa
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8. I Didn't Call You Again Today
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9. Red Paper Hearts
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10. Shotgun
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Album Notes
"Low Country" is the first of what is sure to be a chain of new music from singer songwriter Jeep White. This album has many of the best musicians from Charleston South Carolina backing Jeep on these creative cuts. Separately tracked in the studio, the very versitile Fred Hudson plays all of the keyboards and the drums on the album. Bruce Roberts expressive bass playing carries the bottom end through all of the songs. Other talented players include the fast as lightning country guitar of Dale Baker, smooth as silk guitar of Jay Miley, the solid guitar work of Ted McKee, Bob Tobin blowing sweet on the harmonica, Bad Bobby Sachs plucking the mandolin and Josh Kaler sliding out on the pedal steel. This album is sure to become a classic with the feel of what country music ought to be.


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this CD is the guts of the thing. americana at its finest. I think of Tom Rush, Jesse Winchester, Tom T. Hall, Hank 3, and a touch of Tom Waits. Is there more where this came from? Sure hope so!