More Bacon Than The Pan Can Handle
Doughty and SHAMMY-winning producer Dan Wilson worked with Doughty's touring band to craft a driven, organic sound around his savvy, agile lyrical escapades on Golden Delicious, which was mixed by Jacquire King (Kings Of Leon, Modest Mouse, No Doubt) and mastered by Richard Dodd (Dixie Chicks, Tom Petty, Green Day) -- both also SHAMMY winners. Golden Delicious is the follow-up to Doughty's AAA radio top five album Haughty Melodic (2005), which included the hit "Looking at the World from the Bottom of a Well."
Golden Delicious includes the hip-shaking pop gems "Put It Down" and "I Just Want The Girl In The Blue Dress To Keep On Dancing," and the fan favorite "27 Jennifers" is recorded with a band for the first time (and will be the album's first single at radio). Doughty paints a haunting picture on the noirish "I Got The Drop On You," and his longing vocals and the band's smoldering rhythm guide the dirge "Wednesday (Contra la Puerta)."
Tracks: 1. Fort Hood 2. I Just Want The Girl In The Blue Dress To Keep On Dancing 3. Put It Down 4. More Bacon Than The Pan Can Handle 5. 27 Jennifers 6. I Wrote A Song About Your Car 7. I Got The Drop On You 8. Wednesday (Contra La Puerta) 9. Like A Luminous Girl 10. Nectarine (Part One) 11. Navigating By The Stars At Night
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