Deep Down In The South - Whiskey Myers - Mud (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. Aug 30,  · On Mud, Whiskey Myers make the kind of spirited racket purveyed by Gov’t Mule, Black Stone Cherry, Blackberry Smoke, Supersonic Blues Machine et’s a thriving scene, and Whiskey Myers earn their place in it The River opens the album with acoustic picking, weeping violin, slide guitar and a whiskey-ravaged croak as the rhythm section unleash a boot-tapping beat halfway .
  2. Sep 09,  · Deep Down in the South: the album has been reissued several times. It was reissued on the Big Machine label on May 7, In Europe, the album was released as Tennessee Mojo with bonus tracks. The band produced the album itself, with assistance from Dave Cobb on "Tennessee Mojo" and "Whiskey Soaked Redemption". Firewater is the second /5(73).
  3. Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Whiskey Myers - Mud at Discogs. Shop Vinyl and CDs and complete your Whiskey Myers collection.
  4. Deep Down In The South by Whiskey Myers is a country song from the album Mud and was released in the fall of
  5. Whiskey Myers is an American southern rock group from Tyler, Texas composed of Cody Cannon, Cody Tate, John Jeffers, Jeff Hogg and Gary Brown. In , they signed with Smith Entertainment and released their debut album, Road of Life. Their second album, Firewater, was released by Wiggy Thump in and debuted in the Top 30 on the Billboard Top Country Albums chart.
  6. Produced by Grammy-Winner Dave Cobb (Sturgill Simpson, Chris Stapleton, Jason Isbell) Texas rockers Whiskey Myers, whose tireless touring and escaped chain gang chemistry has earned them a place as one of the leading lights of Southern rock, are releasing their new album Mud in September via Thirty Tigers.
  7. 1. On the River 2. Mud 3. Lightning Bugs and Rain 4. Deep Down in the South 5. Stone 6. Trailer We Call Home 7. Some of Your Love 8. Frogman 9. Hank Good Ol' Days.
  8. Mud Lyrics: Oh, Lord, won't you let me stay in the place where I was born? / In the fields Granddaddy tilled and all my seeds are sown / Ain't no love for a poor dirt farmer, genuine son of.

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