Followers may not acknowledge the identify Luke Dick simply but, however certainly, they’ll acknowledge his work. The songsmith has been certainly one of Nashville’s hottest hit makers lately, co-penning standouts like Miranda Lambert’s “Bluebird” and “Settling Down,” amongst others. And now, Lambert helps introduce the quirky expertise correctly.
She’s is featured on a duet titled, “Polyester,” and there’s nothing synthetic about this grooving roots anthem, or the wild story it’s primarily based on.
With Lambert buying and selling verses in regards to the quirky characters that populate Dick’s childhood, the observe is a tribute to an unorthodox upbringing — sung with simple attraction and Dick’s unpredictable edge.
It’s a part of the soundtrack to the brand new documentary, Crimson Canine, which follows the tunesmith’s journey from the Oklahoma Metropolis topless bar the place his mom labored, to the highest of the charts. Having additionally co-written hits like Dierks Bentley’s “Burning Man,” Eric Church’s “Kill a Word” and more, “Polyester” helps shade in that unbelievable story, and Dick says he felt compelled to inform it in his personal phrases.
“It’s been an extended, lengthy highway for all these songs to journey,” he says. “The ideas for the songs originated via so many private experiences — via lives and hearts — and are available out the opposite aspect of my bizarre mind. I’m extraordinarily happy with each single be aware of this music. The document displays the historical past of actual individuals, wrapped up in backbeats and ballads, offered via swagger and disappointment. On high of all of it, it encapsulates pleasure, ache, hope and laughter.”
“Polyester” is only one chapter within the charismatic story, and extra intriguing tales are advised all through the challenge, together with collaborations with Bentley, Natlalie Hemby and extra. The soundtrack album Music From the Documentary Crimson Canine is out now, and so is the total Crimson Canine movie, accessible for streaming on Hulu, Amazon and different digital platforms.
MUSIC FROM THE DOCUMENTARY RED DOG Observe Listing:
1 – Crimson Canine Intro
2 – ”Oklahomie” – Carried out by Hey Steve that includes Patrick Carney (Written by Luke Dick and Patrick Carney)
3 – Jail Tat (Interlude)
4 – Tattoo – Carried out by Luke Dick (Written by Dick, Laura Veltz and Jessie Jo Dillon)
5 – Received An Common (Interlude)
6 – Polyester – Carried out by Dick that includes Miranda Lambert (Written by Dick and Chris Dubois)
7 – Plain White T – Carried out by Dick (Written by Dick, Jeff Hyde and Laura Veltz)
8 – It Wasn’t Regular (Interlude)
9 – Blazer – Carried out by Luke Dick that includes Dierks Bentley (Written by Dick, Joey Hyde and Jeff Hyde)
10 – Man Named Rachel – Carried out by Luke Dick (Written by Dick and Rodney Clawson)
11 – Henceforth (Interlude)
12 – Nasty Kathy – Carried out by Luke Dick (Written by Dick and Chris Dubois)
13 – Kool – Carried out by Luke Dick (Written by Dick, Jeff Hyde and Jessie Jo Dillon)
14 – Photo voltaic Dryer (Interlude)
15 – B Degree Hustler – Carried out by Luke Dick that includes Jackson Dean (Written by Dick and Chris Dubois)
16 – Vegas (Interlude)
17 – Dance Like Me – Carried out by Luke Dick (Written by Dick and Rick Brantley)
18 – 5 O’Clock Shadow – Carried out by Luke Dick (Written by Dick, Natalie Hemby and Rosi Golan)
19 – I Gained (Interlude)
20 – Tiny Goals – Carried out by Luke Dick (Written by Dick, Jason Lehning and Patrick Carney)
21 – You’re Lovely (Interlude)
22 – Moms and Sons – Carried out by Dick that includes Natalie Hemby (Written by Luke Dick and Natalie Hemby)