Doug Seegers - Going Down To The River mp3 album
Going Down to the River is a debut album by American country music singer, songwriter and guitarist Doug Seegers. Seegers, a struggling street artist in Nashville, Tennessee, basically lived as a homeless musician, when he became known to the Swedish public. He sang the album's title song when appearing on a Swedish TV show hosted by Jill Johnson and called Jills veranda March 5, 2014.
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I'm going down to the country, to bury my head in the creek I'm gonna jump into that water, baptize both my feet 'Cause everywhere I've been walking, I've been getting in trouble deep I'm going down to the river, gonna wash my soul again. Well, this whole world's, going to hell in a handbasket If I don't get some resurrection soon I'm gonna end up in a casket
Except Doug Seegers knows it’s true. The 62-year-old singer-songwriter, whose debut album Going Down to the River comes out today, lived every minute of it. Seventeen years ago Seegers moved to Nashville from New York to pursue his dream of making it as a musician. He also worked as a cabinet maker, drifting in and out of homelessness, dogged by alcohol and drug addictions that always kept him from staying in one job or off the streets for very long. In April, Seegers went into the studio with producer Will Kimbrough to make a full album. Like the title track, Going Down to the River was a major success in Sweden and by July, Seegers found himself on a 60-date tour of the country and the subject of an hour-long Swedish documentary. Now, he’s on tour in the . behind the album’s domestic release via Rounder Records.
Album Going Down to the River. She, she came from the land of the cotton Land that was nearly forgotten by everyone She, she worked and she slaved so hard A big old field was her back yard in the delta sun. Ooh, but she sure could sing Yeah, she sure could sing. They use to walk singing songs by the river Even when he knew for sure she had to go away And she never knew what her life had to give her Never had to worry about it for one single day. Ooh my but she sure could sing Yeah, she sure could sing. She had faith, she had believing She led all the people together in singing And she prayed every night to the lord up above Singing hallelujah, ooh hallelujah.
Album by Doug Seegers. Going Down to the River. She (featuring Emmylou Harris). Lonely Drifter's Cry. Hard Working Man. Pour Me. There'll Be No Teardrops Tonight (featuring Buddy Miller). Gotta Catch That Train. Burning a Hole in My Pocket. She's in a Rock 'N' Roll Band. Baby Lost Her Way Home Again.
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|2||Going Down To The River|
Featuring [Feat.] – Emmylou Harris
|4||Lonely Drifter's Cry|
|5||Hard Working Man|
|7||There'll Be No Teardrops Tonight
Featuring [Feat.] – Buddy Miller
|9||Gotta Catch That Train|
|10||Burning A Hole In My Pocket|
|11||She's In A Rock 'N' Roll Band|
|12||Baby Lost Her Way Home Again|
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Rounder Records
- Copyright (c) – Rounder Records
- Manufactured By – Concord Music Group, Inc.
- Distributed By – Concord Music Group, Inc.
NotesAdvance CD. For promotional use only.
℗ & © 2014 Rounder Records. Manufactured and distributed by Concord Music Group, Inc.
Printed in the U.S.A.
Packaged in brown cardboard digipak-style CD case, with sticker of album art.
|LHICD0166||Doug Seegers||Going Down To The River (CD, Album)||Lionheart Music Group, Rootsy||LHICD0166||Sweden||2014|
|11661-36117-02||Doug Seegers||Going Down To The River (CD, Album)||Rounder Records, Lionheart Music Group||11661-36117-02||US||2014|