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Nothing Personal

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Livin' It Down
2:41
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Gotta Get It Worked On
4:01
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When Rita Leaves
4:37
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Squeeze Me In
2:54
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Birmingham Tonight
3:59
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Baggage Claim
3:28
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All Night Long
4:05
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Don't Leave Home Without It
3:39
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Desperation
3:23
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Nothin' Lasts Forever
3:04
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Read Me My Rights
4:39
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All There Is of Me
5:36
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Watchin' the Rain
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Album Information

Total Tracks: 13   Total Length: 49:42

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By Lenny Kaye, Contributor

Robert Charles Guidry was leaving a diner in his native Louisiana when he heard the words that would forever make him Bobby Charles. "See you later, alligator," the 17-year-old jive-talked to a friend, only to hear, like a gospel call-and-response, "In a while, crocodile" from a neighboring patron. He had been playing teen soirees with a combo called the Cardinals (no relation to the r&b vocal group of the same name) in the small town of… more »

They Say All Music Guide

McClinton’s first outing for the independent Austin label New West, Nothing Personal features more of the Texan harp player’s loose blend of rock, blues, and honky tonk. He penned all the cuts here, sometimes in tandem with producer Gary Nicholson and Benmont Tench of Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers fame (Tench also sits in on keyboards for a few cuts). The lyrical concerns take in the usual stories of love and its travails, which McClinton consistently phrases in his own rough-hewn yet sweet way. He also contributes some of his ace harmonica work to several of the tracks. The selections feature McClinton’s standard variety, ranging from barroom rockers like “Squeeze Me” and the vintage country side “Birmingham Tonight” to the south-of-the-border ballad “When Rita Leaves.” Another fine release from one of Texas’ best. – Stephen Cook

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