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Tennessee Pusher [Digipak]
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Album: Tennessee Pusher [Digipak]
# Song Title   Time
1)    Alabama High-Test
2)    Highway Halo
3)    Greatest Hustler of All, The
4)    Methamphetamine
5)    Next Go 'Round
6)    Humdinger
7)    Motel in Memphis
8)    Evening Sun
9)    Mary's Kitchen
10)    Crazy Eyes
11)    Tennessee Pusher
12)    Lift Him Up
13)    Caroline
 

Album: Tennessee Pusher [Digipak]
# Song Title   Time
1)    Alabama High-Test
2)    Highway Halo
3)    Greatest Hustler of All, The
4)    Methamphetamine
5)    Next Go 'Round
6)    Humdinger
7)    Motel in Memphis
8)    Evening Sun
9)    Mary's Kitchen
10)    Crazy Eyes
11)    Tennessee Pusher
12)    Lift Him Up
13)    Caroline
 
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Performer Notes
  • Old Crow Medicine Show: Willie Watson (vocals, guitar, violin, harmonica); Gill Landry (vocals, slide guitar); Critter Fuqua, Kevin Hayes (vocals); Morgan Jahnig (upright bass); Jim Keltner (drums).
  • Personnel: Ketch Secor (vocals, guitar, banjo, violin, harmonica).
  • Additional personnel: Benmont Tench (Hammond b-3 organ).
  • Audio Mixer: Krish Sharma.
  • Audio Remasterer: Ted Jensen.
  • Recording information: Henson Studio D, Hollywood, CA.
  • Old Crow Medicine started out as a band of retro-minded worshippers of old-timey folk and country, who crafted a modern version of the old-school string-band sounds they loved. With some help from producer Don Was, TENNESSEE PUSHER finds the group expanding its sound to encompass a much broader range of influences, ending up at a strongly country/folk-inflected brand of Americana that's as close to modern roots rock as it is to something off of an Alan Lomax field recording.
Professional Reviews
Rolling Stone (p.80) - 3.5 stars out of 5 -- "OCMS' rollicking fiddle sawing, guitjo picking and harmonica huffing will appeal to jam-band fans and PRAIRIE HOME COMPANION listeners alike, and there's a deadpan charm to singers Secor and Kevin Hayes."

Dirty Linen (p.64) - "They certainly haven't forgotten the sound of the Appalachian holler that originally inspired them, as 'Next Go Round' shows..."

Paste (magazine) (p.54) - "OCMS' desire to expand its capabilities feels refreshingly honest....The opening lyrics to the cautionary 'Methamphetamine' ring like a statement of purpose..."
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