Here and Now

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"I got drunk in Raleigh and I played too long/Word got back to Nashville before I got back home/The record label said, 'Boy, you better straighten up your act'/The lawyers told me, 'Son, that's what the contracts say'/So I got good and sober and I stayed that way/Still you couldn't find a Worley record on the rack/I did everything they asked me to do/And still they went and cut me loose" -- that's how Darryl Worley begins Here and Now, his fourth album and the follow-up to his huge debut, Have You Forgotten?, whose post-9/11 anthem made Worley a brief sensation in the early days of the Iraqi War. "Do You Remember" made Worley omnipresent for a while there -- the...
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All Music Guide - Stephen Thomas Erlewine
"I got drunk in Raleigh and I played too long/Word got back to Nashville before I got back home/The record label said, 'Boy, you better straighten up your act'/The lawyers told me, 'Son, that's what the contracts say'/So I got good and sober and I stayed that way/Still you couldn't find a Worley record on the rack/I did everything they asked me to do/And still they went and cut me loose" -- that's how Darryl Worley begins Here and Now, his fourth album and the follow-up to his huge debut, Have You Forgotten?, whose post-9/11 anthem made Worley a brief sensation in the early days of the Iraqi War. "Do You Remember" made Worley omnipresent for a while there -- the song was on the radio, scorned by liberals, and embraced by Republicans -- which would seem to be enough to guarantee Worley another shot at a major label, but if the story he lays out on "Jumpin' off the Wagon" is even a quarter true, he wasn't ready to play by the rules -- which isn't necessarily the same thing as being a bona fide outlaw. Worley pretty much plays by the rebel handbook, swaggering to a blueprint as he rocks his country just enough to not be pop but not enough to truly surprise. Frankly, he's just a bit too well groomed -- not just in image but in sound -- to have this outsized outlaw persona fit, as his voice isn't muscled enough, all the guitars are bit too well scrubbed, and the rhythms are just a bit too clean and tight. That said, Here and Now is a significant step forward for Worley, because even he doesn't feel as gritty as he'd like to be -- it's not quite the "country music with a nasty groove" that he sings about on "Party Song" which is itself a dead ringer for the Faces' immortal end-of-the-party anthem "Had Me a Real Good Time" -- he's not only more fun in this incarnation, but his songs are generally stronger too, particularly that statement of purpose "Jumpin' off the Wagon," which provides him with a mission statement that he valiantly tries to fulfill here. If he doesn't quite do it, at least he's headed in the right direction.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 11/21/2006
  • Label: 903 Music
  • UPC: 855660001023
  • Catalog Number: 1003

Album Credits

Performance Credits
Darryl Worley Primary Artist
Eric Darken Percussion
Pat Buchanan Electric Guitar, Slide Guitar
J.T. Corenflos Electric Guitar
Kevin Grantt Bass, Bass Guitar
B. James Lowry Acoustic Guitar, Guitar (Resonator)
Brent Mason Electric Guitar
Greg Morrow Drums
Brent Rowan Bass Guitar, Electric Guitar, 6-string bass, Guitar (Baritone)
Tim Lauer Accordion
Bryan Sutton Acoustic Guitar, Banjo, Slide Guitar, national steel guitar
Wes Hightower Background Vocals
Jim "Moose" Brown Piano, Keyboards, Hammond Organ, Wurlitzer, Hammond B3
Questionnaires Background Vocals
Chris Stapleton Background Vocals
Technical Credits
Walt Aldridge Composer
Neal Cappellino Engineer, overdub engineer
Brian David Willis overdub engineer
Drew Bollman overdub engineer
Steve Leslie Composer
Wynn Varble Composer
Darryl Worley Composer
Richard Barrow Engineer, overdub engineer
Brady Barnett Digital Editing
Frank Rogers Composer, Producer, Audio Production
Brett Jones Composer
"Loopy Dave" Willis Digital Editing
Jim "Moose" Brown Composer
Tyler Moles Digital Editing
Chris Stapleton Composer
Hank Williams Mastering
Don Poythress Composer
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Simply the Best!

    Darryl is at his absolute best in the new album appropriately titled "Here and Now". There is something for everyone on this great CD, from the touching ballad "Slow Dancing with a Memory" to the essence of compassion conveyed thru "I just Came Back from a War" to the just plain fun "Party Song" the album flows as freely as Darryl himself. The thing that makes this album so real is that it comes straight from Darryl's heart and soul. These songs reflect where he is in his own life today, as well as his passions and convictions, and ring of such honesty that they cannot be denied. Darryl is a true artist, in every sense of the word, and that is beautifully reflected in his newest offering to the country music world. Everyone owes it to themselves to listen to this CD.......and to take a moment to reflect on their own lives.......and how living in the "Here and Now" can truly set you free.

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