Campbellsville, Kentucky - Trip Daddy Records announces the release of Grey, the first solo release from Central Kentucky native Doug P. Lamb.
Over the past 25 years, Doug has performed as a side-man, front-man, vocalist, and instrumentalist with many different artists, on many different instruments, in many different genres, and at many different levels.
From performing with such regional acts as Louisville's Mudcat Blues Band and Leslie's Motel, Indianapolis' R&B sensation The Look, Central Kentucky's number one 11-piece party band, The Quack, and Doug P's current 5-piece fun-time project, Mama's Pajamas, to national acts such as Merle Haggard, Blues Traveler, Koko Taylor, and Los Lobos, this professional musician finally makes his mark on his own with Grey.
This eleven-song compilation includes eight Lamb originals, and three cover tunes: Bill Harvey & Earl Forest's "Next Time You See Me", Muddy Waters' "Rollin' Stone", and Bill Broonzy & Charles Segar's "Key To the Highway".
Written, recorded, and produced in Trip Daddy Records' Studio 2B, Grey is a testament to Doug's roots and musical influences. Blues, funk, R&B, country, jazz, southern rock...they're all present here. And woven together in such a seamless way that you can't help but feel something from the music.
Aside from the cover tunes, blues connoisseurs will like the hoodoo-tinged "Tupelo", rollicking "Boogie Attitude", the "there's no black and white" message and haunting guitars in the title track, "Grey Line". And they can't help but get up outta' their seats and move when "Scenes from a Bourbon St. Accident" lays its N'Orleans rhythm down.
"Out of My Head" has a story line and harmonies that'll make you want what you can't have. "Back Around" tells it like it is...it's karma, man. "Time To Get Serious" with it's nursery-rhyme play and cool harmonies is pure upbeat fun, and "Long Cold Summer" is an instrumental that'll both warm you up and chill you out.
Broadcast and print media organizations may request promotional copies by contacting Trip Daddy Records.