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Even before former Lonesome Strangers member Randy Weeks packed up and moved from Los Angeles to Austin and took up with producer Will Sexton, his style as a songwriter and performer made him a spiritual resident of that Texas sanctuary for smart, country-tinged singer/songwriters. On the evidence of his fourth solo album, Going My Way, however, he's still a bit of a Hollywood cowboy or, to put it another way, as Texas songwriters go, more Buddy Holly than Townes Van Zandt. Sexton provides a tight little country-rock band playing catchy guitar-driven pop/rock, over which Weeks sings his songs of romantic ups and downs in a clear, nasal voice that could get him into They Might Be Giants if that duo ever wanted to become a trio. Weeks' songs are full of wry observations about the war between the sexes in which his persona is a bit of a footloose type, notably on the infectious title tune, which is a list song about various women the narrator has encountered along the road. The tone stays consistently buoyant, and a catchy chorus or a tasty guitar solo is never far away. Weeks pays the bills with the songs of his that have been covered by others (notably Lucinda Williams' version of "Can't Let Go" on Car Wheels on a Gravel Road), and there are some here that could increase his royalty checks, such as "The One Who Wore My Ring," which any number of country stars could score a hit with, and "Get Me to the Shelter," which is tailor-made for Willie Nelson. But Weeks himself plays the songs effectively, and he is deserving of much greater recognition as a performer.


Género: Rock

Anos em actividade: '80s, '90s, '00s

Originally hailing from Minnesota, singer/songwriter/guitarist Randy Weeks was a founding member of the Los Angeles-based country-rock band the Lonesome Strangers, who recorded his song "Ton of Shame" on their 1986 album, Lonesome Pine. The group's self-titled 1989 album featured his song "Daddy's Gone Gray," and both his "Fine Way to Treat Me" and "Ton of Shame" were on 1997's Lonesome Strangers album Land of Opportunity. (All three songs were co-written by Jeff Rymes, co-leader of the band.) Weeks...
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