Victims, Enemies, & Old Friends

by Doc Dailey & Magnolia Devil

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Doc Dailey has been writing and performing original music around the South for the last few years. From Muscle Shoals, AL, his sound has been described as Americana, Indie-Folk, and Gritty Southern Pop. Sometimes he flies solo, sometimes he’s accompanied by others, and sometimes there’s a full band in tow.

In December 2005, Dailey self-released a 6-song debut, The Family EP, on his own Southern Discipline Recording Company label.



After several recording attempts and countless shows around the Southeastern U.S., the time was right to get back into the studio. Dailey approached sound engineer Ben Tanner, formerly of FAME Recording Studio, and basic tracks were laid down at Wishbone Studios in Muscle Shoals, AL in October of 2009, for what would become Victims, Enemies, & Old Friends.

In the months leading up to tracking, Dailey assembled a full-time backing band consisting of, long-time accompanist, Jon Berry on banjo, Ben Stedman and Kyle Minckler (That Hideous Strength) on bass guitar and drums, and Amber Murray and Nathan Pitts (The Bear) on vocals and pedal steel guitar.

Overdubs and additional tracks were recorded during the next couple of months at Big Cedar in Cypress Inn, TN and Wildwood Park Recording in Florence, AL featuring Danley Murner (mandolin), Kate Tayler Hunt (violin, viola, and cello), Anna Grott (vocals) and guest appearances by Jamie Barrier (The Pine Hill Haints) on fiddle and Browan Lollar (Jason Isbell & The 400 Unit) on guitar. Dailey and Tanner co-produced the record with Tanner also adding keyboards to several tracks.

Doc Dailey & Magnolia Devil will release Victims, Enemies, & Old Friends on October, 5th 2010 by Dailey’s Southern Discipline Recording Company.

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released 05 October 2010

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Track Name: Prove Me Wrong
Prove Me Wrong

Take my hand, we’ll go slow so don’t you worry, you ain’t gotta hurry
You’ll be safe with me
I hope you understand, sometimes life ain’t like the movies,
so do your best to prove me wrong
If we take our time, and feel each other out right and make out in this moonlit night
We can just be high, without drinks or pills or powders
And everything that’s louder
just quietens with your smile

If there’s a million fish that’s in the sea
The same ones keep on catchin’ me
And I wear those rusty hooks in me
Like medals from a war
If a picture’s worth a thousand words
how come I keep burnin’ hers,
and the words she said just echo in my head?
Track Name: She's Gonna Love Me
She’s Gonna Love Me

I been draggin’ these old boots around,
shuttin’ every bar in town down
Waitin’ on your call
I been hopin’ prayin’ rumor slayin’ sayin’ the wrong things and playin’ our old love songs in my head
I been holdin’ back and holdin’ on to things that are already gone
I been checkin’ in on you like you been checkin’ in on me

Baby tell me if you don’t want me and I’ll let go
‘cause someday somebody better girl, is gonna love me
She’s gonna love me

I’m a pinball full of alcohol, bouncin’ round this old dancehall
Afraid of fallin’, and last call
Desperation grabs ahold me while I search for your replacement piece
But the only thing I see is the last face you made at me
I probly should be headin’ out, It looks like I’ll be blackin’ out
I hope I wake up in my bed, not the yard again

Baby tell me if you don’t want me and I’ll let go
‘cause someday somebody better girl, is gonna love me
She’s gonna love me

Breath in, let the room just spin
This deadgum love’s done done me in again
Raise hell all night and sleep all day
Can’t drink enough to kill this pain
Tell me why you’d give my heart away