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REAL COUNTRY MUSIC:  TOO OLD TO BOOGIE

TOO OLD TO BOOGIE, TOO YOUNG TO DIE ALBUM

Dusty's second album has been  described as a country boy's "Night Moves".   An album for all the "boomers" out there (and anyone else who likes real country).  

There's a taste of humourous 50s rock in Too Old To Boogie, plus fast shuffles, Canadiana (On My Way Again), pure honky-tonk country, and the obligatory country weeper.  

Listen for flavours of Faron Young and Willie Nelson.  

(Album trivia:  the man  on the album cover is Mrs. Dusty's great-great grandfather.)

Too Old To Boogie, Too Young To Die Album :  $12.00 Canadian ($10 US).

Click on any SONG TITLE to hear that track.  Ready to buy?  Download the Order Form  (or download the full Catalogue to have all the album info in print form).  

Too Old to Boogie (2:23)  Don't say it too loud / you might make me cry...  Boomer anthem about the joys of middle age, with humourous vocals and a driving country-boogie beat.

On My Way Again (3:20)  Checking out of Calgary, leaving it far behind…  Relaxed Canadiana country-folk ballad about moving on. Combines a feeling of freedom and with a bit of nostalgic weariness.  Pretty, slow and a little sad.  

Incredible Drinkin' Man (3:57)  Halfway through my second pitcher, falling in and out of trouble / tryin' to work my nerve up to go home...  Pure country honky-tonk with an authentic bar-band sound.  Like any true country song, this one tells a story.

Does Goodbye Always Follow I Love You (2:17)  You're leaving me again just like a hundred times before / the way you always swore you'd never do…  Faron Young style country shuffle, fast and danceable with plenty of twang.

Poor Company (3:26)  When I get to drinking / to keep myself from thinking / you wouldn't want to know me...  Losing and spirituality thought a whiskey haze. Real bar-band country with high lonesome, cry-in-your-beer vocal.

Billy's Gotta Rock (2:43)  He plays for the money / he plays for the beer / he'll play any song that you want to hear....  Driving, light-hearted 50s rock 'n roll anthem about an aging musician still out there rockin'.

Love in Three-Quarter Time (3:24)  I still like to make love in three-quarter time / so please save a slow one for me... Newer isn't always better, and romance never goes out of style.  A tender, old-fashioned country love song in waltz time. Minimal instrumentation adds to the feeling of old-fashioned simplicity.

Nineteen Ninety-Five (2:11)  Sometimes he wonders if it's been worth the wait / he ain't had a hit now since 1968… Where are the guitar heroes of yesterday?  Acoustic country-folk with a beat - a tribute to the older stars who've mostly been forgotten by everyone but the late night TV hucksters.  

One More Singin' Cowboy (2:07)  I never heard you singing on the jukebox / the radio don't play your kind of song...  A country picker approaches the end of the road in a mid-tempo country two-step with lots of twang.  A tribute to the pioneers and the road runners of yesterday.  

Wait Until I'm Gone (3:15)  Just another day or two and you'll be over me / but I kind of wish you'd wait until I'm gone....  Ironic country vocal about loving and losing, in a 50s-flavoured honky-tonk shuffle with rock lead guitar.

Today's the Day (3:03)  Coffee from a dirty cup / close your eyes and drink it up / don't call around, you'll just wake up your friends.... Willie Nelson-style country weeper, slow and moody, with interesting rock guitar lead and fills.  Brilliantly captures the hopeless hoping after a love has gone.

Long Gone Rock 'n' Roll Blues (2:05)  It was great but it's late / and I can't find my blue suede shoes / I paid my dues...   Bouncy rock 'n roll with a light-hearted, mildly nostalgic vocal.  A loving look back at the 50s - for some of us the music never died.

"Too Old To Boogie, Too Young To Die" album written, arranged, performed, produced, manufactured, and distributed by R.J. Woods.  All songs 1999 R.J. Woods, all rights reserved.  This compilation 1999  R.J. Woods, all rights reserved.  Graphics ©1999 Jeri-Lynn Woods, all rights reserved.  Unauthorized duplication is a violation of applicable laws.  Made in Canada.

ORDERING INFORMATION

Download the Order Form (or the full Catalogue to have all the album info in print form).  Fill out the order form and mail it in with your payment.  

Orders are shipped within 1 business day of our receiving them.  Shipping is by Canada Post and takes from 2-10 days within Canada, or 2-5 weeks to US/International addresses.  You'll find full details on the Ordering Information page.

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