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Album: Jimmie Dale Gilmore
# Song Title   Time
1)    Honky Tonk Song
2)    Doors Are Open Wide, The
3)    See the Way
4)    Beautiful Rose
5)    Dallas
6)    Up to You
7)    Red Chevrolet
8)    Deep Eddy Blues
9)    That Hardwood Floor
10)    When the Nights Are Cold
 

Album: Jimmie Dale Gilmore
# Song Title   Time
1)    Honky Tonk Song
2)    Doors Are Open Wide, The
3)    See the Way
4)    Beautiful Rose
5)    Dallas
6)    Up to You
7)    Red Chevrolet
8)    Deep Eddy Blues
9)    That Hardwood Floor
10)    When the Nights Are Cold
 
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  • Personnel: Jimmie Dale Gilmore (background vocals); Lloyd Maines (guitar, acoustic guitar, electric guitar, steel guitar, background vocals); Harold Bradley (guitar, acoustic guitar); Dale Sellers (electric guitar); Tommy Williams (fiddle); David Briggs (keyboards); Jerry Kroon (drums); Augie Brown, Jimmie Dale Gilmore & The Flatlanders, Walter Hyatt (background vocals).
  • Audio Mixer: Bill Harris .
  • Recording information: Music City Music Hall, Nashville, TN.
  • Photographer: John Guider.
  • With Gilmore's self-titled album, the Texan singer follows his 1988 solo debut, FAIR AND SQUARE. The album was recorded in Nashville, but this is not mainstream country music. Rather, Gilmore was one of the fathers of the '90s No Depression movement that includes such "alternative country" bands as Uncle Tupelo and Freakwater. The songs are mostly Gilmore originals, though a few numbers were co-written with Butch Hancock, with whom Gilmore played in The Flatlanders in the '70s.
  • Sturdy poetics and subtle existentialism imbue the lyrics with both surprise and rich character. Gilmore's singing suggests a higher-register Willie Nelson, but it is unquestionably his own voice. His Texas roots embrace the homeland's swing as well as the high and lonesome open spaces of the prairie. The album includes his wonderful "Dallas," originally recorded in 1971 by The Flatlanders, and "Beautiful Rose."
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