Lucas Hudgins | The World Left Is Mine

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The World Left Is Mine

by Lucas Hudgins

Genuine, stone-cold, tear in your beer Texas Honky-tonk, Dance Hall shuffles, classic production and instrumentation, featuring the songs of Chris Miller and Lucas Hudgins, produced by David Leroy Biller.
Genre: Country: Traditional Country
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1. Three Chairs
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2. Step By Step
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3. Inside It's Pouring
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4. The World Left Is Mine
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5. Country Song
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6. Your Heart Just Slipped My Mind
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7. More Whine
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8. The Man Who Makes Her Cry
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9. World of My Own
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10. Follow the Signs
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Album Notes
Honky-tonk can't shuffle anymore effectively than it does behind Lucas Hudgins. The Austin songwriter's sophomore album is as authentic as they come, dripping regret with each beer and turn around the dance floor. Hudgins' voice is the main draw, deep and trembling and so smooth as to effortlessly invoke icons like Charlie Pride and Conway Twitty. "Inside It's Pouring" and "Three Chairs" quake with vulnerability, while David Leroy Biller's pedal steel cries beautifully in commiseration. "Country Song" drives a harder tempo, and "More Whine" cuts the requisite puns that drift from familiar into trite, but "Your Heart Just Slipped My Mind" wrings the poignant from the clever, and "The Man Who Makes Her Cry" pounds out like Waylon Jennings. Closer "Follow the Signs" brings crying time back around with the album's most crushing plea, but Hudgins is heartbreak's best friend.


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lost highway

Get this album if you like country music back when country was real. I guarantee you if this came out in the 60's Lucas Hudgins would be a household name right now.

Edward Ruiz

Yesiree, Bob! This here is the real deal!

Hillfunk Dave

Tear in yer Beer Country !!
Awesome album..if you like 3am barroom music this is for you..I love it !