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All The Good Ones aren’t gone yet

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All the good ones aren’t really gone, despite the title of  Taber based country singer/songwriter Dusty Dee Litchfield. And giving his debut CD, “All The Good Ones Are Gone” one of many listens, hopefully there will be more  to come from Litchfield, who is often playing the Lethbridge Folk Club’s open mics.alt
In the spirit of Corb Lund, Kris Kristofferson and Willie Nelson, his new CD runs the gamut between tender ballads  like “ You’re  So Good Lookin’ (When You Smile)  and “ And They Danced,” and uptempo foot stompers like “Willie Young,” featuring a sizzling solo from local bluesman Paul Kype and “Get on the Floor and Dance,”  and “Small Town Fun.”
Litchfield  plays most of the instruments on his crisply recorded, professional sounding CD, but adds lots of talented local cats including drummer Brad Brouwer, Tyler Bird on Stand up Bass and Brryan Bradfield on dobro.
Litchfield has a distinctive voice and a quirky sense of humour exhibited on  the title track as well as a knack for telling a good story like on “ Faded Trails,” “Hell Almighty” and “ Willie Young.”
— By Richard Amery L.A. Beat Editor
Cd : All The Good Ones Are Gone
Artist; Dusty Dee Litchfield
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