Americana Highways brings you this premiere of Bailey Bigger’s song “A Lot Like I Do” from her forthcoming EP Let’s Call It Love, due to be available on December 4 via Big Legal Mess, and produced by Bruce Watson at Delta-Sonic in Memphis.
“A Lot Like I Do” is Bailey Bigger, Joe Restivo (Don Bryant, The Bo-Keys) on guitar; Mark Edgar Stuart (Alvin Youngblood Hart, John Paul Keith) on bass; Will Sexton (Dale Watson, Luther Dickinson, Shannon McNally) on guitar; Al Gamble (Don Bryant, St. Paul & the Broke. Bones, The Hold Steady) on keys; and George Sluppick (Chris Robinson Brotherhood, Ruthie Foster) on drums.
The production quality here is as pristine as Bailey Bigger’s lyrical heart. Every now and again one of those quintessentially shining voices appears, and now is definitely one of those times. Experience it yourself on this forthcoming album of Bailey Bigger’s songs.
“A Lot Like I Do” is one of the most personal songs I’ve ever written. I wrote it on my porch, and just started naming what I saw physically. That naturally turned into seeing myself within those things, and what I, and they, had become from our new found distrust in the world. It’s really about that first moment of processing everything that happened to me, and swearing by change.” — Bailey Bigger