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This album was Tony Joe White's second for Warner Brothers, produced by Tom Dowd & Jerry Wexler at Muscle Shoals Sound, Alabama and featuring the legendary 'Muscle Shoals Rhythm Section'. 'The Train I'm On' is a stone classic. This is one of "The Swamp Fox" better albums. There's a great deal of stylistic variety at work in the songs. More acoustic guitars than electric and there's not a note out of place in any of the playing or the deft arrangements. From the opener "I've Got A Thing About You Baby" that bounces joyfully with the anticipation of a new romance to "Beouf River Road" which has lively percussion including a Jew's harp that throbs like a swamp frog to "The Migrant" and the lovely ballad "The Gospel Singer."
This album was Tony Joe White's second for Warner Brothers, produced by Tom Dowd & Jerry Wexler at Muscle Shoals Sound, Alabama and featuring the legendary 'Muscle Shoals Rhythm Section'. 'The Train I'm On' is a stone classic. This is one of "The Swamp Fox" better albums. There's a great deal of stylistic variety at work in the songs. More acoustic guitars than electric and there's not a note out of place in any of the playing or the deft arrangements. From the opener "I've Got A Thing About You Baby" that bounces joyfully with the anticipation of a new romance to "Beouf River Road" which has lively percussion including a Jew's harp that throbs like a swamp frog to "The Migrant" and the lovely ballad "The Gospel Singer."
8718627233771

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Format: CD
Label: MUSIC ON CD
Rel. Date: 01/28/2022
UPC: 8718627233771

Train I'm On (Hol)
Artist: Tony Joe White
Format: CD
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This album was Tony Joe White's second for Warner Brothers, produced by Tom Dowd & Jerry Wexler at Muscle Shoals Sound, Alabama and featuring the legendary 'Muscle Shoals Rhythm Section'. 'The Train I'm On' is a stone classic. This is one of "The Swamp Fox" better albums. There's a great deal of stylistic variety at work in the songs. More acoustic guitars than electric and there's not a note out of place in any of the playing or the deft arrangements. From the opener "I've Got A Thing About You Baby" that bounces joyfully with the anticipation of a new romance to "Beouf River Road" which has lively percussion including a Jew's harp that throbs like a swamp frog to "The Migrant" and the lovely ballad "The Gospel Singer."
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