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Album: Call Me Lucky *
# Song Title   Time
1)    Blame's on Me, The
2)    Maybellene
3)    Down to the Sound
4)    Nobody Home
5)    By the Numbers
6)    Change Your Mind
7)    Everything on Top
8)    Sittin' on Top of the World
9)    Too Bad, So Sad
10)    Lower the Humble
1)    She Said She Said
2)    Everthing on Top [Alternate Version]
3)    Down to the Sound [Alternate Version]
4)    Nobody Home [Alternate Version]
5)    Change Your Mind [Alternate Version]
6)    By the Numbers [Alternate Version]
 

Album: Call Me Lucky *
# Song Title   Time
1)    Blame's on Me, The
2)    Maybellene
3)    Down to the Sound
4)    Nobody Home
5)    By the Numbers
6)    Change Your Mind
7)    Everything on Top
8)    Sittin' on Top of the World
9)    Too Bad, So Sad
10)    Lower the Humble
1)    She Said She Said
2)    Everthing on Top [Alternate Version]
3)    Down to the Sound [Alternate Version]
4)    Nobody Home [Alternate Version]
5)    Change Your Mind [Alternate Version]
6)    By the Numbers [Alternate Version]
 
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Performer Notes
  • Audio Mixer: Keith Gary.
  • Recording information: Blue Rock Artist Ranch (06/01/2017).
  • Photographer: Jeff Fasano.
  • Chris Smither spent a fair chunk of time in the mid-2010s looking back, culminating in Still on the Levee, a two-disc set from 2014 that found the singer/songwriter revisiting songs he recorded in the past. Arriving four years later, Call Me Lucky functions as something of an answer to that aesthetic, finding the singer/songwriter living squarely in the present. He opens the album with the lively blues shuffle "The Blame's on Me," which is quickly followed by a minor-key rendition of Chuck Berry's "Maybellene," and he effectively sets the pace for the rest of the album. As Call Me Lucky rolls on -- the album proper is ten tracks, but there are six additional "B-Sides" featuring alternate takes of songs on the album, plus an introspective version of the Beatles' "She Said She Said" -- Smither adds some slower, gentler touches (highlighted by the lovely "By the Numbers"), but he retains this same sense of immediacy. By playing so directly and simply -- the album isn't unadorned, there are additional harmonies and guitars, yet it feels like it is -- Chris Smither creates a bracing, intimate record, one that feels filled with earned truths. ~ Stephen Thomas Erlewine
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