CD Dean Brody [Digipak] (CD 4647010),
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Dean Brody [Digipak]

  • 1. Undone
    2. Dirt Road Scholar
    3. Gravity
    4. This Ain't the Same Town (That I Painted Red)
    5. Lazy Days
    6. Brothers
    7. Old Joe Riley
    8. This Old Raft
    9. Back in Style
    10. Cattleman's Gun
    11. Up on the Moon
  • Additional Info
    Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): 7137

  • Credits
    ProducerMatt Rovey; Matt Rovey
    EngineerMatt Rovey; Kyle Lehning; Kyle Lehning; Steve Short

    Personnel: Dean Brody (vocals, acoustic guitar); Phillip Moore (acoustic guitar, electric guitar, slide guitar); Bruce Watkins (acoustic guitar, banjo); B. James Lowry (acoustic guitar); James J. Mitchell, Kenny Greenberg, Brent Mason (electric guitar); Paul Franklin (steel guitar); Scotty Sanders (dobro); Jeff Middleton (banjo); Stuart Duncan (mandolin, fiddle); Trey Keller (mandolin); Jim "Moose" Brown (piano, Wurlitzer piano, Hammond b-3 organ, Wurlitzer organ, keyboards); Glenn Worf (bass guitar); Lonnie Wilson, Eddie Bayers (drums); John Wesley Ryles, Melodie Crittenden, Rhonda Vincent, Russell Terrell (background vocals); James Mitchell .
    Audio Mixer: Matt Rovey.
    Audio Remasterer: Hank Williams III.
    Liner Note Author: Dean Brody.
    Recording information: The Castle, Franklin, TN; The Padded Room, Nashville, TN; The Sound Station, Wedgewood Sound.
    Photographer: David McClister.
    Hailing from the vast Canadian wilderness of British Columbia, Dean Brody brings an outsider's perspective to spit-shined Nashville country on his sterling self-titled debut. Produced by Matt Rovey and musically deepened by ace Nashville studio picking, DEAN BRODY announces the arrival of major songwriting talent sprung from the Keith Whitley school of country. The album is all strong country narrations--Brody penned most of the songs himself--that run the gamut from the sly backwoods wit of "Dirt Road Scholar," which finds the narrator boasting of his graduation from the "poison ivy league" to a sorority girl, to deeply affecting, war-related balladry such as the haunting "Brothers," a tribute to the sacrifices soldiers make for their families. In spite of the heavy subject matter, the latter became Brody's break-out hit.

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