The main line in the chorus is "it's alright mama don't worry about me". Very Elvis/Orbison style production. Big gnarly fuzz sound during the intro.
If it IS "Don't Worry" you are thinking about, that is the first recorded fuzz (yes, country had fuzz before the rock and the roll) from 1959. It was actually a baritone guitar with a blown channel in some kind of recording gear.Marty Robbins tune "Don't Worry". The fuzz is in the break played by the steel guitarist. lol
At least Robbins could sing. Can't say that for alot of the crap country stars now.
I'm really not.
Very true. lolReally not in the mood to even discuss this. I've been down this road before on here. I've given plenty of examples. I'll give credit where its due though. It can't be easy staying on pitch and faking an accent at the same time.
I do. Sang first tenor in college. And yes I sing bgv's quite regularly live. I rarely sing lead as I'm normally on drums or bass but I do occasionally sing lead from the guitar.Ok.
Just one question though--do you sing yourself?
As in stepping in front of a microphone and singing in public on a regular basis?