I Love Drunk Women
I am not going to bore you with a lot of crap about what I've been doing with my music career the last 20 plus years. However, I can tell you that at age 51, I've just about done it all! At one point, I had enough, and gave it up for a good while. Eventually, I came back...WHY? Because I just love playing, writing, and recording my own music! So, I decided to put a few of my recordings on what started out to be a self-titled CD, but quickly got nick-named the 'I LOVE DRUNK WOMEN' CD. Everybody seems to get a real kick out of this song, and HEY if people like it that much, and it makes them laugh, than that's the best reward I could ask for, and laughter is one of the greatest gifts you can give someone. I have had people tell me that ' I LOVE DRUNK WOMEN' is one of the best sing-along / party songs they have ever heard! Now, you can decide for yourself. Most of these songs are good time party music with a couple of tasteful ballads thrown in like 'SOMETHING TO BELIEVE', an inspirational power ballad that has been used as the first dance at several weddings. Additionally, 'THE ONE I LOVE SO MUCH' takes on a more folk-rock format. On the other hand, 'TEARS FROM AN ANGEL' is gut-wrenching blues that should be enough to leave any blues fan satisfied. 'SLIDE ALL NIGHT' is three minutes of non-stop line dancing. 'DON'T PULL THAT STUFF ON ME' and 'TOUCH AND GO' are both funky, up-tempo, dance your ass off, fun for everybody songs. And last but certainly not least is the #1 track 'SAME OL' BLUES!' Crank this one up, and you're in slide guitar heaven. Well, all I can tell you now is to check out a few of the sound clips and decide for yourself. Please let me know what you think! I want to know. THANKS FOR LETTING ME ENTERTAIN YOU! TIMOTHY DALE 'Timothy Dale may be the ultimate bar singer. Striking a balance of down home intimacy and world-weary blues, he punches up the songs with a roadhouse voice and down and dirty slide guitar playing.' John Harper-The Virginian Pilot / The Coast-Nags Head NC. 'The CD is well produced and packed with a bunch of really fun blues tunes. The arrangements are professionally done with just the right mix of colors and fills. Timothy's blues are sung in a gruff voice reminding me at times of Steve Earl.' Michael Buckley-WRNR Radio / The Music Guide-Annapolis, MD.