I Miss My Friend

I Miss My Friend

by Darryl Worley
     
 
I Miss My Friend is the sophomore album from country traditionalist Darryl Worley, who debuted in 2000 with Hard Rain Don't Last. The new disc, which reunites him with the same production team that cut his last one, includes the title cut, Worley's first Top 10 hit.

Overview

I Miss My Friend is the sophomore album from country traditionalist Darryl Worley, who debuted in 2000 with Hard Rain Don't Last. The new disc, which reunites him with the same production team that cut his last one, includes the title cut, Worley's first Top 10 hit.

Editorial Reviews

All Music Guide - Maria Konicki Dinoia
This Merle Haggard/Randy Travis sound-alike oozes natural talent. Worley is a standout in a sea of country-pop wannabes. Words like "good ol' boy," "honky tonk", and "down home" can be used to describe this straight-shooting album. The buoyant "Tennessee River Run," the first cut, sets the tone, letting listeners know that for the next 41 minutes they would be in for a hootin' and hollerin' ride. And they are, with songs like "Callin' Caroline" and "Spread a Little Love Around." Notables include the bluesy "Family Tree" and the jazz-infused "Opportunity of a Lifetime." Worley's skill as a songwriter is not to be overlooked, either. I Miss My Friend is a gratifying listen.

Product Details

Release Date:
07/16/2002
Label:
Dreamworks Nashville
UPC:
0600445035126
catalogNumber:
450351

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Album Credits

Performance Credits

Darryl Worley   Primary Artist,Finger Snapping
Eric Darken   Percussion
Curtis Wright   Background Vocals
Eddie Bayers   Drums
Mike Brignardello   Bass
Paul Franklin   Dobro,Steel Guitar
Kevin Grantt   Bass
Randy Hardison   Background Vocals,Finger Snapping
Rob Ickes   Dobro
Brent Mason   Electric Guitar
Nashville String Machine   Strings
Steve Nathan   Organ,Piano
Biff Watson   Acoustic Guitar
Bergen White   Conductor
Aubrey Haynie   Fiddle,Mandolin
Brian David Willis   Percussion
Melodie Crittenden   Background Vocals
Kirk "Jelly Roll" Johnson   Harmonica
Bryan Sutton   Acoustic Guitar,Mandolin
Wynn Varble   Background Vocals,Finger Snapping
Wes Hightower   Vocal Ad-Libs
Larry Beaird   Acoustic Guitar
Kimberly Perkins   Finger Snapping
Frank Rogers   Finger Snapping
Brice Long   Background Vocals,Finger Snapping
C.A. Dreyer   Finger Snapping

Technical Credits

Julian King   Engineer
David Schober   Engineer
Steve Short   Engineer
James Stroud   Producer
Bergen White   String Arrangements
Brian David Willis   Engineer
Jason Lehning   Engineer
Wayne R. Halper   Liner Notes
Richard Barrow   Engineer
Frank Rogers   Producer

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