Country Rock Jason And The Scorchers. 队列表 Country Rock Jason And The Scorchers Are You Ready For The Country-Essential Jason and the Scorchers: Volume One. 添加专辑歌词. 19. Are You Ready for the Country. 20. Greetings from Nashville. 21. Honky Tonk Blues (Live). Other productions from Jason And The Scorchers. Fervor - Lost and Sound.
Label: EMI Essential Series – 0777 7 95321 2 4. Format: CD, Compilation. Country: Netherlands. Both Sides Of The Line. Written-By – J. Ringenberg, Michael Stipe.
Jason & the Scorchers, originally Jason & the Nashville Scorchers, are an alternative country band that formed in 1981 and are led by singer/songwriter Jason Ringenberg.
Essential, Vol. 1 (Are You Ready for the Country?) compiles Jason & the Scorchers' first EP, Fervor, and their debut LP, Lost & Found, adding four bonus tracks for good measure. It's an excellent way to acquire their best records, yet it was replaced four years later by the nearly identical Both Sides of the Line, which featured the EP and LP without the bonus tracks. Track Listing - Disc 1. Title/Composer. 1. Absolutely Sweet Marie
Jason and the Scorchers were without a doubt, one of the greatest live bands ever. I had the great pleasure of seeing them at least five times during the 1980s. They gave you everything. I fell in love with that rockin' honky tonk sound they had on their first albums. The bonus tracks are kind of a throw away, if'n you ask me, but that don't take nuthin' away from the greatness of "My Heart Still Stands," "Shotgun Blues" and "Ghost Town," among others. Essential Vol 1: Are You Ready for the Country? by Jason & Scorchers. Greetings from Nashville!" - by Jim K. (Atlanta, GA United States).
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Lost and Found is the 1985 debut album by Jason & the Scorchers. Released by EMI America, the album is regarded as the band's best. No Depression also viewed it as the band's best. Billboard called it "Ragged but righteous. Last Time Around 3:06 (Ringenberg, Baggs, Johnson, Hodges).