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🎡 Gary Clark Jr. – This Land (Album) β€’ Gary Clark Jr.

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🎡 Gary Clark Jr. – This Land (Album) β€’ Gary Clark Jr.

The album was announced with a video for lead single “This Land”, directed by Austin, Texas-based filmmaker Savanah Leaf. The song and video highlight racism in American society, with Leaf recreating aspects of Clark’s childhood as described by the musician to the director, and Clark’s response to the policies of President Donald Trump since he was elected in 2016. The track was inspired by “This Land Is Your Land” by Woody Guthrie, with Clark commenting in an interview with American Songwriter: “It’s one of the first songs we learn, and we sing it together … It’s like the Pledge of Allegiance … And when you’re kids, everybody’s together. You don’t see differences until you get older, and older people influence you to think about other people a certain way. I just want to get back to singing that song like we were kids again, you know?” Writer Dan Solomon, in Texas Monthly, described “This Land” as “perhaps the first truly great song of Clark’s career, a defiant, statement-piece anthem that fits alongside pieces like Childish Gambino’s “This is America” and BeyoncΓ©’s “Formation” in its vocal addressing of racism in America.”

Clark will tour the US to promote the album starting in March 2019

Track listing

All tracks written by Gary Clark Jr., except where noted.

No. Title Writer(s) Length
1. “This Land” Clark,Β Woody Guthrie 5:42
2. “What About Us” 4:30
3. “I Got My Eyes on You (Locked & Loaded)” 5:11
4. “I Walk Alone” 3:44
5. “Feelin’ Like a Million” 3:34
6. “Gotta Get Into Something” 3:04
7. “Got to Get Up” 2:37
8. “Feed the Babies” 4:46
9. “Pearl Cadillac” 5:05
10. “When I’m Gone” 3:48
11. “The Guitar Man” 4:27
12. “Low Down Rolling Stone” 4:18
13. “The Governor” 2:21
14. “Don’t Wait ’til Tomorrow” 4:05
15. “Dirty Dishes Blues” 5:03
Total length: 1:02:15
Bonus tracks[9]
No. Title Length
16. “Highway 71” 3:31
17. “Did Dat” 6:42

Personnel

Gary Clark Jr. – vocals (all tracks), guitar (all tracks), bass (4–7, 16), keyboards (1–11, 16–17), percussion (5–6)
Additional musicians

Doyle Bramhall II – lute (17)
Mike Elizondo – bass (2, 8–12, 14), synth bass (1–3, 11)
Alex Peterson – bass (17)
Brannen Temple – drums (1–3, 5, 7–8, 10–11, 13–14, 17)
J.J. Johnson – drums (4, 6, 9, 12, 15–16)
Jon Deas – keyboards (4, 11, 14, 17), Hammond organ (12)
Sheila E. – percussion (4, 8, 10–11, 14, 17)
Keyon Harrold – horn (7–8)
Gabe Burch – backing vocals (6–7)
Scooter Weinbtraub – backing vocals (6)
Jacob Sciba – backing vocals (2, 7, 12)
Gaston Jouany – backing vocals (2, 6–7)
Joseph Holguin – backing vocals (2, 6–7)
Branko Presley – backing vocals (6)
Katelyn O’Neal – backing vocals (6)
Lazaro Zarate – backing vocals (6)
Mikayla Mundy – backing vocals (6)
Pam Adams – backing vocals (6)
Technical

Gabe Burch – engineering
Gary Clark Jr. – engineering, production, programming
Jacob Sciba – production, mixing, engineering
Joseph Angel – production
Lab Ox – production
Scooter Weintraub – production
Mike Elizondo – production
Howie Weinberg – mastering
Joseph Holguin – engineering
Adam Hawkins – engineering

  • Joseph Angel – production
  • Lab OxΒ – production
  • Scooter Weintraub – production
  • Mike Elizondo – production
  • Howie Weinberg – mastering
  • Joseph Holguin – engineering
  • Adam Hawkins – engineering

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