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I'll Keep Calling

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Over the past few years JP Harris and the Tough Choices have been workin' it hard, playing wherever and whenever, to a growing audience of country music lovers, both new and old. In July of 2011, JP went into Joel Savoy's Studio Savoire Faire in Eunice, Louisiana with the rhythm section from the Red Stick Ramblers (Eric Fey on bass and Glenn Fields on drums) along with Asa Brosius on steel guitar and Chris Hartway (the Dixons and the Defibulators) on guitar and recorded what will likely be, one of the best real country albums of the year. Only 29 years old, JP wrote all twelve songs on the album and sings them in a voice that seems beyond his years. Having hit the road at the young age of 14, he has been living the songs he writes for well over a decade. With a guitar always in his hands, he began playing and singing early country standards around sheep-herding camps in the southwest, and later in hobo jungles and on freight trains across the country. Living and working the past ten years as carpenter, logger, apple-picker, banjo-builder, busker, and a slew of other low-paid, dirty-handed trades in rural Vermont, JP decided to take to the road once again as the neon and stage lights beckoned relentlessly. Relocating closer to his home-city of Montgomery, AL in September of 2011, JP now calls Music City (Nashville, TN) home.


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  • Audio CD (May 15, 2012)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: COW ISLAND
  • ASIN: B007TCAW9Q
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (10 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #104,857 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By H. P. on June 7, 2012
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I'll Keep Calling is the antidote for the overly synthesized and sanitized pop country (I won't say of today, because that's been a problem for a long, long time) of, well, every day. I'll Keep Calling is (reeeaaaaaal) old school country (think Wayne Hancock) that occasionally flirts with Rockabilly (e.g., Return to Sender, Shake It, Gear Jammin' Daddy). Two for the Road starts the album, and any night, off right.

The title track is the marquee. I sometimes use a football analogy (probably my first mistake) to explain to women how men act at the apparent end of a relationship. We were taught to play to the whistle, and we'll keep tossing up bad passes at the end zone when we think the clock is ticking down on the relationship. If you want it to end, please, just bat down the pass and let us know it's over. I'll Keep Calling is about such a situation. There's no way the narrator could rationally think he should keep calling, but desperate times call for desperate measures, right?
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Dennis on December 18, 2013
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With Articulate lyrics and spot on vocals and arangements (JP Harris) , fantastic pedal steel (Asa Brosius) and lead guitar (Chris Hartway) playing, occasionally punctuated with some perfect country fiddle playing (Joel Savoy) and an honest approach that can be termed "retro country" and you can't ask more from an artist in his first major release. Although country-style piano can be a staple in country music recordings there's none of that here. This record is all about guitar picking (whether it be of your standard electric guitar or pedal steel guitar variety and the results are often sensational because Mr. Harris has surrounded himself with some terrific musicians on this project.
Everything from Johnny Cash and Rockabilly to Bob Wills and Texas Swing, with a little outlaw attitude of a Merle Haggard and Willie Nelson surfaces on this disc, from the fertile musical mind of Mr. Harris . ie: "Gear jammin' daddy" is like an updated version of the late, great Mr. Cash's "I've Been Everywhere".
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By Bob Legge on April 26, 2014
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Saw JP and his band at Atwood's Tavern in Cambridge. Great music, fun to watch the band, and lots of dancing going on. Goody bought a couple CD's right there and gave me one. Buy the CD and if you get a chance go see them play.
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If you like pure Honky Tonk. Get this album. If you want bubble gum country from Nashville, well this Nashville artist well tell you, you suck!. This dudes heart is pure country and you can tell by listening to his songs. Such an old school sound how can you turn it down. Rarely a new artists comes out with this amount of tracks of such good quality.
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By Greg Reilly on January 8, 2013
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JP Harris is the real deal. An album of retro, yet relevant, Bakersfield-inspired country, guaranteed to get your feet tappin'.
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