Luke Dowler is a singer-songwriter from Montana. Not too long ago, he released an indie-Americana tune, entitled, “Get the Job Done”, via Telegraph Hill Records.
Luke Dowler – “Get the Job Done” single
“I ain’t afraid of working or, sweating out in the sun. Ain’t afraid of getting dirty or rolling my sleeves up. ‘Cause it ain’t working when you’re having fun. I’m gonna do what I gotta do ‘til I get the job done.” – lyrics
‘Get the Job Done’ tells a charming tale of a guy who wants to become his significant other’s closest confidant. Apparently, he’s willing to do whatever it takes to accomplish that goal.
‘Get the Job Done’ was recorded at Atlantic Records studios in New York City during an August 2019 East coast tour. In the studio, Luke Dowler was backed by East coast working musicians Cat London (BGVs), Rich Aveo (keys), Anthony Freda (drums), and Matt Fernicola (bass).
“‘Get the Job Done’ is pretty straight-forward, but I guess you could say, it’s also tongue-in-cheek. I don’t want to spoil it, but it’s about friction, frustration, and persistence between two people. Really though, it can be about whatever you want it to be about: work, love, sex, or whatever. It depends on how much you want to take from the song. I wanted to play a song and not second guess things in the studio. I trusted the process and let the song be what it is, so, there aren’t any frills or cheap production tricks. There isn’t an operatic, minor-chord melody to fool you into caring. It’s a simple, blue-collar groove for the barroom dance floor.” – Luke Dowler
Luke Dowler’s music has been featured on HGTV, Without A Trace, and Heartland. Also, it has been used in a number of independent films. On the strength of his original songwriting, Dowler represented Montana as the state winner of the Colgate Country music showdown.
Also, beyond touring and recording, Dowler composes for film and documentaries (e.g., “Finding Faeries” (2016), “The Forlorned” (2017), “Afterlight” (2018).
“Get the Job Done”
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