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Poison Love

  • 1. Nothing Can Stop Me
    2. 100 Million Little Bombs
    3. Don't Tell Me
    4. Poison Love
    5. Baby Don't Let Me Down
    6. Love Grows Wild
    7. Love in the Ruins
    8. Draggin' the River
    9. Help Wanted
    10. That's How Strong My Love Is
    11. Lonesome for You
    12. I Can't Help It
    13. Love Snuck Up
  • Additional Info
    Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): 8084

  • Credits
    ProducerBuddy Miller
    EngineerBuddy Miller

    Personnel: Buddy Miller (acoustic & electric guitars); Emmylou Harris (vocals, acoustic guitar); Daryl Johnson (vocals, bass); Jim Lauderdale, Julie Miller, Steve Earle (vocals); Steve Fishell, Al Perkins (steel guitar); Tammy Rogers (mandolin, fiddle); Sam Bush, Ollie O'Shea (fiddle); John Andrew Schreiner (piano); Phil Madeira (organ); Gurf Morlix, Byron House (bass); Donald Lindley, Brady Blade (drums).
    Personnel: Buddy Miller (guitar, electric guitar); Emmylou Harris (vocals, acoustic guitar); Jim Lauderdale, Steve Earle (vocals); Tammy Rogers (mandolin, fiddle); Sam Bush (fiddle); John Schreiner (piano); Phil Madeira (organ); Darryl Johnson , Donald Lindley, Rev. Brady Blade (drums).
    Photographer: Michael Wilson .
    Unknown Contributor Roles: Al Perkins ; Steve Fishell.
    The multi-talented Buddy Miller is a seasoned singer-songwriter, a subtly inventive guitar hero and a studio ace. In his work with Emmylou Harris, Jim Lauderdale and his wife Julie Miller, all of whom appear here, he's proven himself to be a jack of all trades. His second solo album bears this out. POISON LOVE is full of strong original material as well as a couple of inspired cover tunes. Throughout the album, Miller is consistently convincing as a purveyor of New Country who is too authentic to be self-conscious.
    In his approaches to songwriting and production, Miller keeps things simple but effective, communicating strong, honest emotions with just the right amount of explication. He exerts his authority as a vocalist on the soul classic "That's How Strong My Love Is" and uses the title track to make his mark as one of the finest songwriters in neo-trad country.

  • Critic Reviews
    Entertainment Weekly (8/22-8/29/97, p.135) - "As on his '95 debut, Miler's second album walks the line between scratch-and-grin hillbilly and poetic and progressive country rock. With his wife, Julie, he reprises the sound of such golden duet teams as Gram Parsons and Emmylou Harris....Raw, real and resonant." - Rating: B+
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