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Album Review

Watson's hearty, down-to-earth honky tonk makes Cheatin' Heart Attack one of the most exciting country debuts this side of Junior Brown's 12 Shades of Brown. Watson and his band Lone Star burn through 14 no-nonsense songs that prove the genre can be vital and fun at the same time. Watson's voice is pure, deep, and strong, and his songs feature guitar and pedal steel prominantly. He's a veteran of the Texas honky tonk circuit, which shows in his sharp arrangements on songs like "List of Reasons," "Holes in the Wall," and "Nashville Rash" - the latter mixing heartfelt commentary on the current country market with a smart sense of humor.


Born: 07 October 1962 in Birmingham, AL

Genre: Country

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

A staunch adherent of old-style honky tonk and Bakersfield country, Dale Watson has positioned himself as a tattooed, stubbornly independent outsider only interested in recording authentic country music. As a result, he hasn't become a major star, but his music has been championed by numerous critics and has earned him a fervently loyal fan base. Watson was born in Alabama in 1962 but spent his teenage years near Houston, and he grew to think of Texas as his true home state. His father and brother...
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Cheatin' Heart Attack, Dale Watson
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  • 8,99 €
  • Genres: Country, Music, Americana
  • Released: 1995

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