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Farmer Not So John


  • 1. Fire in the Valley
    2. Rusty Weathervane
    3. Every Street in Nashville
    4. Of Angels
    5. Fool's Lullaby
    6. Paperweight of the World
    7. Hole We're In, The
    8. Cradled
    9. Sacred Cow
    10. This Is Our House
    11. Travelin' Fool
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  • Additional Info
    Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): 4239

  • Credits
    ProducerRichard McLaurin
    EngineerHank Tilbury; Richard McLaurin

    Farmer Not So John: Mack Linebaugh (vocals, electric & acoustic guitar); Richard McLaurin (electric & acoustic guitar, lap steel guitar, dobro, mandolin, octave mandolin, organ, percussion, vocals); Brian Ray (bass, vocals); Sean R. Keith (drums).
    Additional personnel: Sean Ray (pedal steel guitar); Jerry Dale McFadden (accordion); Steve Conn, Kris Kerr (organ); Emmylou Truitt.
    Recorded at Monkey Finger Studios, Nashville, Tennessee.
    Personnel: Richard McLaurin (vocals, acoustic guitar, electric guitar, lap steel guitar, dobro, mandolin, organ, percussion); Mack Linebaugh (vocals, acoustic guitar, electric guitar); Brian Ray (vocals); Jerry Dale McFadden (accordion); Kris Kerr, Steve Conn (organ); Emmylou Truitt (sound effects).
    Audio Mixers: Jim Dineen; Richard McLaurin.
    Recording information: Monkey Finger Studios, Nashville, TN.
    Photographer: Josh Jackson.
    This self titled debut album bodes a most promising future for this group. It is country flavored and based, with rock roots and rhythms. There is a strong feeling of southern rock, that has been influenced by northern city sensibilities, in our shrinking world. Even if there is no specific name for this, it is still a disc that will have a wide appeal for it's lyric content, melodies, and solid sound. They have a gem, with great feel for the songs they pen, in Richard McLaurin. He handles the mandolin, lap steel, and dobro chores, along with a few other instruments. The songs have good lyric content that reminds me a bit of Bruce Cockburn. A real keeper is the opening cut "Fire In the Valley," penned by Mack Linebaugh, who wrote, or shared writing of 9 of the 11 tunes with Brian Ray and the rest of the band. This is a most solid effort that goes beyond the boundaries of a debut album. It has hat quality that holds promises of a long and distinctive constantly improving group. ~ Bob Gottlieb

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