Born in the foothills of eastern Tennessee’s Smoky Mountains, Rob Galbraith drifted from late-night DJ to R&B Zelig. Galbraith was lured from Knoxville to Nashville as a songwriter in the late ’60s and favored by the town's guru, Billy Sherrill, before falling into the Combine music writer's stable that included Kris Kristofferson, Tony Joe White, Larry Jon Wilson, and Donnie Fritts. These ten demos, cut between 1969 and 1977, are seared with county-funk, pontoon rock, and penny loafer pathos.
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