Surrender

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All Music Guide - Steve Leggett
Another in a long line of Texas honky tonkers, Roger Creager, although he's certainly spent time in Nashville, also stands outside the assembly line aspect of Music City, keeping a home near the Gulf of Mexico in Texas, and he spends as much time climbing mountains, surfing, skiing, and exploring as he does touring. His style comes across as a mix of the maverick country songwriting that seems to just blossom in Texas, a gifted multi-instrumentalist Creager plays piano, trumpet, accordion, guitar, and harmonica fronting a solid, rocking country bar band, and a natural entertainer who has worked hard at his avocation and thoroughly enjoys it, a kind of cross between the ...
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All Music Guide - Steve Leggett
Another in a long line of Texas honky tonkers, Roger Creager, although he's certainly spent time in Nashville, also stands outside the assembly line aspect of Music City, keeping a home near the Gulf of Mexico in Texas, and he spends as much time climbing mountains, surfing, skiing, and exploring as he does touring. His style comes across as a mix of the maverick country songwriting that seems to just blossom in Texas, a gifted multi-instrumentalist Creager plays piano, trumpet, accordion, guitar, and harmonica fronting a solid, rocking country bar band, and a natural entertainer who has worked hard at his avocation and thoroughly enjoys it, a kind of cross between the hard country sound of George Strait and the good time vibe of Jimmy Buffett, with maybe a little Robert Earl Keen thrown in for good measure. This newest outing from Creager, recorded in Austin with Austin musicians, is full of strong songs and performances, including the opener, the joyously defiant "Turn It Up" a homage of sorts to Waylon Jennings, the bubbling, rocking "Crazy Again," the epic and wise "Surrender" which contains the striking and poignant phrase "learned how to be a man by watching my friends' fathers", and a stunning cover of Bob Marley's "Redemption Song," which finds Creager turning the song all Texas and bringing out the hymn-like gospel overtones of Marley's iconic classic. The sound of Surrender is definitely Austin, a kind of laid-back Americana that feels refreshing next to the polished, shiny stuff Nashville routinely turns out. This is contemporary Texas country at its best.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 1/17/2012
  • Label: Fun All Wrong Record
  • UPC: 822685110429
  • Catalog Number: 9511042

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Performance Credits
Roger Creager Primary Artist, Acoustic Guitar, Accordion, Vocal Harmony, Group Member
David Grissom Electric Guitar, Group Member
Lloyd Maines Acoustic Guitar, Pedal Steel Guitar, Electric Guitar, Group Member
Riley Osbourne Organ, Piano, Group Member
Glenn Fukunaga Bass, Group Member
Tom Van Schaik Percussion, Drums, Group Member
Dennis Ludiker Violin, Group Member
Lyndon Hughes Vocal Harmony
Technical Credits
Paul Overstreet Composer
Bob Marley Composer
Richard Dodd Mastering
Lloyd Maines Producer
Bruce Robison Composer
Allen Shamblin Composer
Keith Gattis Composer
Robert Greeson Art Direction
John Evans Composer
Roger Creager Composer
Trent Willmon Composer
Chris Hennessee Composer
Pat Manske Engineer
Lyndon Hughes Vocal Engineer
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