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Clay DuBose these days
Inspired by the success of
Rewriting History, Clay DuBose went back to
work to record These Days. Again he
enlisted the help of Will Ray and ace L.A.
players like Greg Leisz, Danny Timms, Mike
Clarke and Rami Jaffe of The Wallflowers.
Clay also went home to Texas to
co-produce four more songs with Brian Hofeldt of
The Derailers. which feature The Derailers,
Augie Meyers, and Big John Mills. "This is an
all-star, who's who of Texas music," says Clay.
"I was honored to play with them. We had fun and
you hear it in the tracks." The first
single "Long, Lonely Life" came from this
session and is a rollicking, swinging slice of
Texas. These Days is a 12-song journey
that ends with Garth Hudson of The Band on piano
and accordion accompanying Clay in a torchy
reading of Bob Dylan's "I Threw It All Away."
The album was tracked in California, Texas and
Tennessee but finally mixed at Back Stage Studio
by celebrated mixer and producer, Chuck Ainlay.
"Watching Chuck take this labor of love and put
it all together was quite an experience. Music
just keeps getting better and better," says
As the title track states: "I'm
alive and learning to enjoy the ride . . . .