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by McGuffey Lane

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Lick Records


Album Credits

Performance Credits

McGuffey Lane   Primary Artist
John Schwab   Electric Guitar,Vocals,Group Member
Jimmy Carter   Bass
Tom Flora   Vocals
Duncan Mullins   Bass
Danny Parks   Guitar
Terry Efaw   Steel Guitar,Group Member
Jerry Cummings   Piano,Vocals,Group Member
Mike Daly   Steel Guitar
Molly Pauken   Mandolin,Vocals,Classical Guitar,Group Member
Jeff Roach   Keyboards
Kevin Reed   Harmonica,Percussion,Vocals,Group Member
Brian Fullen   Drums
Randy Huff   Drums,Vocals,Group Member
Steve George Reis   Bass,Vocals,Group Member

Technical Credits

John Schwab   Composer
John Albani   Engineer
James Hudson   Composer,Producer
Molly Pauken   Composer
Rodney Ingle   Engineer
Robin Waddell   Executive Producer
Colin Coffey   Engineer
Mike Davis   Composer
DeLyn Christian   Composer
C. Evan Leonard   Composer
Steve George Reis   Composer

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10 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
gcielec More than 1 year ago
McGuffey Lane's new CD "10" is the best thing they have recorded in a long time. Out of the ten songs that are on it, more than half of them would have fit nicely in either of their first two albums they made back in the early eighties. Although they have made several CD's since they have reformed ten years ago, it wasn't until original bass player Steve George Reis rejoined the band several years ago that the old McGuffey Lane sound really started to come back, both in concert and in recordings. With Reis on bass, that has allowed multi-talented Molly Pauken to play mandolin and other assorted string instruments. That has brought back that little touch of blue grass that has been a part of McGuffey Lane's country rock sound. This CD has ten songs on it and amongst the highlights are "I Am Who I Am," "It's a Good Day," and "Nobody But a Fool," all penned and sung by lead guitarist John Schwab. The best cut on the album, from a sentimental point of view, is Reis's great traveling tune "Song for the Road," which the band has been doing in concert since back in the day but had never recorded before. Two songs that will be concert favorites off the disk are a duet between Schwab and Reis about refusing to grow old "I Ain't Given' in to Getting' Old," and "Bartender," a vacation song which sounds like the sequel to "I'm in Jamaica," which was on their 1984 album "Day by Day." McGuffey Lane will be traveling throughout Ohio and the Midwest in support of "10". For more information on their shows visit www.mcguffeylane.com.