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After revisiting the songs of Kinky Friedman for his role as “Musician Kinky” in the stage production, “Becoming Kinky,” Jesse was convinced he needed to do a complete album of Kinky covers. Jesse describes the sound as “real rough, 70’s Topanga Canyon, loose hippie country feel.” “Jesse Sings Kinky” is the ninth solo recording in Jesse’s discography.
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Captain Clegg as Jesse describes it, “I had already worked with Rob on the original Banjo & Sullivan record for the film, The Devils Rejects, so...We riffed on it and talked about possible influences. Rob would say, "how ‘bout Buck Owens meets Iggy?" I said, "I love the Sonics and Johnny Horton!" Rob then said, "make it girl crazy". I said, "then we have to have go-go dancers," And to be frank, we we're just having a blast with the whole thing! I later wrote most of these songs in a haunted suite at the LaMothe Hotel on Esplanade St. in the French Quarter in New Orleans.” “Rob and I have built a whole alter-ego around this character and the result is the Captain Clegg and the Night Creatures record featuring songs from the film. The songs are a new, frightening, raw hybrid sound.”
The lead cut from Rob Zombie Presents Captain Clegg And The Night Creatures can be a ringtone on your phone!
Hang on! After the title track storms out of the chute like a bucking bronco, Jesse Dayton takes listeners on a wild ride across roadhouse country. He swaggers his way through "Tall Walkin' Texas Trash" as if channeling the cocksure spirit of Waylon Jennings (with whom Dayton recorded as a guitarist) and conjures the border cantina atmospherics of Doug Sahm on the accordion-laced "All Because of You" and "Moravia." The album takes a detour with a revival of the Cars' "Just What I Needed," rearranged for fiddle and steel guitar. Best of all is the down-home soul of "Ain't Grace Amazing." Riley Osbourn's keyboards and Carolyn Wonderland's backing vocals add a bluesy strain, while the horn charts on "It Won't Always Be Like This" and "Just to Get You Off My Mind" sound more Memphis than Nashville. With some down-and-dirty guitar powering "Talkin' Bobby Dale's Hard Luck Blues," the album never loses its reckless energy nor compromises its independent spirit. --Don McLeese
Includes the favorites: Arkansas Chrome" "Jumped Head First" "Angel's Touch" and "Creek Between Heaven and Hell."
"Holdin’ Our Own", released on November 27, 2007, is Jesse’s duet recording with Austin singer songwriter Brennen Leigh. "Holdin’ Our Own and Other Country Gold Duets" (the complete title) contains mostly Dayton & Leigh originals, with a few classic duet standards to drive the vintage sound home. The set pays tribute to 50’s dance ballads with "We Hung The Moon". It’s golden harmonies reminiscent of 70’s couples like George & Tammy, Johnny & June, and Conway & Loretta.
Featuring "Hey Nashvegas!," "Never Started Living," "Heartbreak California," and "Roses Ain't Enough."
Recorded at the Venus Lounge in the Venetian Casino December 11-15, 2002.
This is no frills, y'all ... no jewel case, no liner notes, just some kick-ass sangin' and twangin' from the fellas.
The compilation of some studio "out takes", a few songs that just didn't fit other albums, and acknowledgement of some of Jesse's influences, is the blood and guts to "South Austin Sessions." Jesse called on some of his South Austin based musical heavies to put the spit shine on some tunes that have become live show mainstays, and a few that will be.
The music video for the song "Wayward Soul" -- shot in Europe and as-seen on the Austin Music Network. It's a sneak peek of the upcoming DVD "Live in Europe."
Featuring "Train of Dreams," "Big City Blues," "Kissing Abilene Goodbye," and "Carmelita."
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Collector's-edition red LP, featuring "Train of Dreams," "Big City Blues," "Kissing Abilene Goodbye," and "Carmelita."
There’s a reason Mike Stinson’s business card simply says “Honky Tonk Man.” Stinson lives and breathes this stuff. The reigning king of honky tonk in Los Angeles for years, Stinson was truly crowned when Dwight Yoakam cut “Late Great Golden State,” Stinson’s ode to the fading of the old California that he wrote in a delivery truck on the shoulder of the Golden State Freeway. Billy Bob Thornton cut “Late Great” too, and legendary California picker Tony Gilkyson cut Stinson's "Worthless." Another career milestone was achieved when Stinson's beautiful ballad "Counting My Lucky Stars" became the centerpiece of an episode of Cold Case. But ever the restless soul, Stinson packed his U-Haul and moved to Texas last year looking for fertile new musical ground. On the way to his new home in Houston, Stinson stopped off in Austin to record with Jesse Dayton and the result is Stinson’s first Texas record, The Jukebox In Your Heart. It’s as hard-core sawdust-floor a honky tonk record as you are ever likely to hear in this age of Pro-Tools vocals and dumb-it-down co-writing sessions. As with his previous albums, Stinson wrote every word, so the album comes loaded with hard-earned pearls of tragic honky tonk wisdom you can’t pretend to know unless you know, like “if you’re gonna leave, slip my mind for me” or “when you see her stumble through the bar if she should start to fall, please reach out to steady her, it’s just the alcohol. Stinson’s “Square With the World,” which may be the most accurate and mystical feeling anyone in country music has yet set to music about the time we are living through and what life is all about, sounds like a Merle Haggard hit. Along the way, Stinson almost single-handedly revives the drinking song with knowing tales like “Got No One To Drink With Anymore” and “I Will Live To Drink Again.” So if honky tonk is your thing, pop a cold one and put The Jukebox In Your Heart on repeat. It’s a true honky tonk record by a true honky tonk man.
Roadhouse Gems" features 19 songs recorded live at the world famous Texas country store of John T. Floore. The songs display The Texas Sapphires unique blend of alt-country and bluegrass and showcase the bands electric live set.
With a history as tough and uncompromising as his band's sound, Rick Broussard returns from a self-imposed sabbatical with his hardcore roots-rock intact. Pyschobilly, garage, punk with sprinklings of Cajun, Two Hoots is tough. - Margaret Moser
Jesse produced this one.
Featuring "37 Years," "Thinking It Over," "Coffee and Cornflakes," and "Sam Kinison."
Featuring "Lonestar Hoedown," "Shoulda Coulda Woulda," "Ranchroad 2222," and "Long Hard Look."
Austin Chronicle's Best New Band (2006); Produced by and featuring Grammy award winner Lloyd Maines. A unique concoction of vintage hillbilly and rock and roll, with perfectly matched guy/girl vocals.