Details about That Lonesome Song by Jamey Johnson (CD, Aug-2008, Mercury)That Lonesome Song by Jamey Johnson (CD, Aug-2008, Mercury) See original listing
12 Feb, 2014 09:32:54 AEDST
Approximately AU $6.10
[ 11 bids ]
No additional import charges at delivery!
This item will be posted through the Global Shipping Program and includes international tracking. Learn more
US $26.07 (approx. AU $28.72) International Priority Shipping to Australia help icon for Postage - opens a layer
| See details
This amount includes seller specified US postage charges as well as applicable international postage, handling, and other fees. This amount is subject to change until you make payment. For additional information, see the Global Shipping Program terms and conditions
Lewisville, Texas, United States
Like new: An item that looks as if it was just taken out of shrink wrap. No visible wear, and all facets of ... Read moreabout the condition
2. High Cost Of Living
4. Place Out On The Ocean
5. Mowin' Down The Roses
6. The Door Is Always Open
7. Mary Go Round
8. In Color
9. The Last Cowboy
10. That Lonesome Song
11. Dreaming My Dreams
13. Stars In Alabama
14. Between Jennings and Jones
Personnel: Jamey Johnson (vocals, guitars, tubular bells); Scott Welch, Wayd Battle (electric guitar); Eddie Long (steel guitar, dobro); Jim "Moose" Brown (keyboards); Kevin Grantt (bass guitar); Dave Macafee (drums); Curtis Wright, Wyatt Beard (background vocals).Jamey Johnson is a successful songwriter on Nashville's Music Row, who has authored hits by George Strait and Trace Adkins. THAT LONESOME SONG, Johnson's debut album as a performer, is a happy throwback to the outlaw country of the 1970s, with Johnson's gruff, character-filled vocals surrounded by a small, rocking combo including pedal steel, organ, and fiddles. Rather than the polished soft rock of so much contemporary Nashville product, THAT LONESOME SONG is a rough and ready honky-tonk album that compares favorably to Waylon Jennings and early Steve Earle. Highlights include "Mowin' Down the Roses" and the celebratory "Between Jennings and Jones."
CD is brand new. Just downloaded it to my itunes.