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Andrew Combs — Worried Man

Andrew Combs — Worried Man (October 30, 2012)

United States                     Andrew Combs — Worried Man 
ΞΟΞ   Andrew Combs patří k hrdinům Tais Awards. Easily one of the best albums of 2012. The songs here are obviously a common theme, broken relationships, but Combs has the ability to really keep the listeners attention with quick–witted lyricism, a straightforward approach, a few tear–jerkers, and some great country–branded americana music. It’s roots rock, the way it is supposed to be played, and Worried Man is a great debut for a budding artist that everyone should be talking about.
Birth name: Andrew W. Combs
Born: December 19, 1986, Dallas, Texas, United States
Location: Nashville, Tennessee, United States
Album release: October 30, 2012
Record Label: Coin Records
Duration:     42:03
01. Devil's Got My Woman      2:35
02. Please, Please, Please      4:27
03. Heavy      4:03
04. Big Bad Love      3:57
05. Come Tomorrow      4:07
06. Take it from Me      4:17
07. Runnin' You out of My Mind      4:47
08. Too Stoned to Cry      3:37
09. Why oh Why      2:16
10. Worried Man      4:04
11. Lonely Side of Love      3:47
℗ 2012 Coin Records
ΞΟΞ   Jon Radford: drums, percussion
ΞΟΞ   Mike Rinne: upright bass, electric bass
ΞΟΞ   Micah Hulscher: piano, organ
ΞΟΞ   Spencer Cullum Jr.: pedal steel guitar, dobro, bgvs
ΞΟΞ   Jeremy Fetzer: lead guitar, bgvs
ΞΟΞ   Andrew Combs: rhythm guitar, bgvs
Additional players:
ΞΟΞ   Jeff Irwin: electric bass (tracks 3 & 4)
ΞΟΞ   Guthrie Trapp: mandolin, lead guitar (track 5)
ΞΟΞ   Mike Odmark: mellotron (track 3)
Additional background vocals:
ΞΟΞ   Julie Lee (tracks 2 & 5)
ΞΟΞ   Nikki Lane (track 3)
ΞΟΞ   Caitlin Rose (tracks 6, 7, & 8)
ΟΞΟ   Produced by Mike Odmark & Andrew Combs
ΟΞΟ  All songs written by Andrew Combs (Chunk of Coal Publishing (SESAC)/Tunes of R and T (SESAC)) except: “Heavy” by Carl Anderson (Twenty Something Publishing (BMI)) and Caroline Spence (Tiny Shop Publishing (ASCAP)); “Come Tomorrow” by Andrew Combs and Levi Lowery (Southern Ground (BMI))
ΟΞΟ  Recorded and mixed at Gray Matters Studio, Nashville, TN
ΟΞΟ  Engineered and mixed by Mike Odmark
ΟΞΟ  Mastered by Alex McCollough at Yes Master, Nashville, TN
ΟΞΟ  Caitlin Rose appears courtesy of ATO Records
ΟΞΟ  Photography/Watercolor: Melissa Madison Fuller
ΟΞΟ  Design: Hannah Lovell
ΟΞΟ  Andrew Combs would like to thank: Mom, Dad, Davis Inman, Mike Odmark, Bo Brannen, Lisa and Ross at Razor & Tie, Melissa Fuller, Hannah Lovell, everyone who played and sang, & all my friends who let me sleep on their couch while I made this thing.
ΟΞΟ  Davis Inman :: coinrecords@gmail.com
Website: www.andrewcombs.net
By chimesfreedom, Posted on April 11, 2013
ΞΟΞ   I do not quite get the album art on Worried Man (2012), the debut full–length CD by Andrew Combs. Is he cold? Is it supposed to be a picture of a “Worried Man”? I do not think the album cover adequately prepared me for what to expect when I heard the music. One thing I do know, though, is that it is the best album by a new artist I have heard in a long time.
ΞΟΞ   Because Worried Man came out in October 2012, I realize I am a little slow in discovering Andrew Combs. But seeing a video of Andrew Combs performing on the Twang Nation website recently led me to check out his album. Listening to Worried Man starting with the first track of “Devil’s Got My Woman” has been one of those periodic experiences that restores my faith in new music.
ΞΟΞ   Combs, who is originally from Texas and now resides in Nashville, wrote all of the songs on the album, and he sings with an ache in his voice in the best country and Americana tradition. The album includes heartbreak, whiskey, and pedal steel, and the title track reminds one of an old murder ballad (even if the violence stops short of killing). You can hear the influences of Combs’s heroes who include Harlan Howard, Willie Nelson, Mickey Newbury, Guy Clark, Jackson Browne, and Tom T. Hall. Combs pulls off connecting to these past influences while also sounding modern at the same time, as he does in this performance of “Please, Please, Please.”
ΞΟΞ   Every artist is different, of course, but for comparison purposes, a lot of the songs remind me of another artist I like a lot, Slaid Cleaves. “Please, Please, Please” sounds like it could be a great Heartbreaker–era Ryan Adams track. The song “Worried Man” sounds like it is off of the album of another Texan, Ray Wylie Hubbard . For now, Andrew Combs has made a stream of the album available so you can listen for yourself below Check it out.
ΞΟΞ   Combs, who released the album on his own Coin Records, also co–produced the album with Mike Odmark. Singer-songwriter Caitlin Rose adds her voice to several of the tracks. I look forward to more music from Andrew Combs, whatever the cover looks like. ΞΟΞ   http://www.chimesfreedom.com/2013/04/11/andrew-combs-need-not-be-a-worried-man-cd-review/
By Kyle Mitchell, the editor and founder of Music Savage, lover of music, hater of remixes.
ΞΟΞ    http://www.musicsavage.com/2012/10/review-andrew-combs-worried-man/
By Rune Letrud at 5:07 pm, November 8, 2012
ΞΟΞ    http://ninebullets.net/archives/andrew-combs-worried-man
Written by Hal Horowitz October 30th, 2012 at 12:05 pm, Rating: 4 out of 5 stars
ΞΟΞ    http://www.americansongwriter.com/2012/10/andrew-combs-worried-man/
Music City Roots: http://musiccityroots.com/artist/andrew-combs/
Bandcamp: http://andrewcombs.bandcamp.com/album/worried-man

Andrew Combs — Worried Man