Billy White, Jr. | Just Another Sad Ol' Song

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Just Another Sad Ol' Song

by Billy White, Jr.

As a followup to the critically acclaimed, "Just Another Guitar Player From Texas" Billy White, Jr. takes a turn down a country road. Lots of steel, fiddle & twangy guitar surround these songs of heartache, sacrifice & tragedy. This is real country music!
Genre: Country: Traditional Country
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1. Don't Leave Me Standing Here
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2. The Most Important Work
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3. Nothing New
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4. Train Leaves Here This Morning
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5. Brunagulax
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6. The Future Ain't What It Used to Be
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7. We Had Our Lives All Planned
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8. What Does It Take to Be a Cowboy
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9. A Little Hitch
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10. The Reunion Time
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
"Just Another Sad Ol' Song", must be a depressing record. Well not quite. While half of these songs are about heartache, tragedy and sadness there are plenty of other emotions too.

From the poignant sentiment of "The Most Important Work" about a woman discovering the true value of motherhood to the irony of "The Future Ain't What It Used to Be", the fatherly guidance of "What Does It Take to be a Cowboy" to the sexiness of Lady Wrangler jeans celebrated in "A Little Hitch" and the twangy, tele instrumental "Brunagulax" there is some real variety here. And it's all wrapped up in lots of steel guitar, fiddle, mandolin and some serious twang! Oh and the vocals are pretty good too.

But above all, remember folks, there here is a country record!

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Credits
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1. Don’t Leave Me Standing Here
(Billy White, Jr./Hoopie Music BMI)
Curtis Randall – Bass
Nathan Coates – Drums
Chris Booher – Piano
Milo Deering – Steel Guitar & Fiddle
Billy White, Jr. – Acoustic Guitar & Electric Guitar

2. The Most Important Work
(Billy White, Jr./Hoopie Music BMI-Ande Rasmussen/Gotcha Covered ASCAP)
Curtis Randall – Bass
Nathan Coates – Drums
Brad Neher – Piano
Milo Deering – Steel Guitar
Swang Lin & Adriana DeCosta- Violins
Susan Dubois - Viola
Debbie Brooks - Cello
Billy White, Jr. – Acoustic Guitar, Electric Guitar, Mandolin & Tambourine

3. Nothing New
(Billy White, Jr./Hoopie Music BMI)
Curtis Randall – Bass
Nathan Coates – Drums
Lewis Stephens – Piano
Milo Deering – Steel Guitar & Fiddle
Billy White, Jr. – Acoustic Guitar, Electric Guitar & Mandolin

4. Train Leaves Here This Morning
(Bernie Leadon & Gene Clark)
Billy White, Jr. – Acoustic Guitar, Bass, Dobro & Mandolin

5. Brunagulax
(Billy White, Jr./Hoopie Music BMI)
Curtis Randall – Bass
Nathan Coates – Drums
Brian Piper – Piano
Milo Deering – Steel Guitar & Fiddle
Billy White, Jr. – Acoustic Guitar & Electric Guitar

6. The Future Ain’t What it Used to Be
(Billy White, Jr./Hoopie Music BMI)
Pete Miller – Bass
Dan Wojciechowski – Drums
Scott Moody – Piano
Lewis Stephens – Organ
Milo Deering – Steel Guitar & Fiddle
Billy White, Jr. – Acoustic Guitar, Electric Guitar & Mandolin

7. We Had Our Lives All Planned
(Billy White, Jr./Hoopie Music BMI)
Curtis Randall – Bass
Nathan Coates – Drums
Andrew Frye – Piano
Milo Deering – Steel Guitar & Fiddle
Billy White, Jr. – Acoustic Guitar & Electric Guitar

8. What Does it Take to be a Cowboy
(Billy White, Jr./Hoopie Music BMI)
Milo Deering – Fiddle
Billy White, Jr. – Acoustic Guitar, Bass, Dobro & Mandolin

9. A Little Hitch
(Billy White, Jr./Hoopie Music BMI)
Curtis Randall – Bass
Nathan Coates – Drums
Brad Neher – Piano
Milo Deering – Steel Guitar & Fiddle
Billy White, Jr. – Acoustic Guitar & Electric Guitar

10. The Reunion Time
(Billy White, Jr./Hoopie Music BMI)
Curtis Randall – Bass
Nathan Coates – Drums
Lewis Stephens – Piano
Milo Deering – Steel Guitar & Fiddle
Billy White, Jr. – Acoustic Guitar & Electric Guitar

All vocals performed by Billy White, Jr.
(lead, harmony & background ooh-wahs & diddy-wops)

Recorded at Whitehouse Recording
Engineered by Billy White, Jr.

Mixed Joey Lomas

Mastered by Billy Stull at Masterpiece Mastering

String Arrangement by Billy White, Jr.

Photography by Mark Oristano

No Tuning Software was used in the production of this album

Produced by Billy White, Jr.


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