It'll Shine When It Shines

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Editorial Reviews

All Music Guide - Zac Johnson
Following the success of their self-titled debut, the Ozark Mountain Daredevils' sophomore release, It'll Shine When It Shines, continues on their already established path of California-style country-rock. This release contained what would ultimately prove to be their greatest hit, "Jackie Blue," which ended up peaking at number three on the pop chart. Although "Jackie Blue" is by far the least countrified track on the album, it embodies the casual, understated groove of the band that could be found on any of the Daredevils' releases. Although when examined closely the album is really three neatly separate albums by three maturing songwriters John Dillon, Steve Cash, and ...
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Editorial Reviews

All Music Guide - Zac Johnson
Following the success of their self-titled debut, the Ozark Mountain Daredevils' sophomore release, It'll Shine When It Shines, continues on their already established path of California-style country-rock. This release contained what would ultimately prove to be their greatest hit, "Jackie Blue," which ended up peaking at number three on the pop chart. Although "Jackie Blue" is by far the least countrified track on the album, it embodies the casual, understated groove of the band that could be found on any of the Daredevils' releases. Although when examined closely the album is really three neatly separate albums by three maturing songwriters John Dillon, Steve Cash, and the underrated Larry Lee, the thread of their relaxed atmosphere and light harmonies runs throughout the album, binding it together as a cohesive whole.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 11/11/2003
  • Label: New Era (Burnside)
  • UPC: 602498610466
  • Catalog Number: 61046

Album Credits

Performance Credits
Ozark Mountain Daredevils Primary Artist, Primary Artist
Randle Chowning Dobro, Guitar, Harmonica, Mandolin, Vocals
Buddy Brayfield Keyboards, Vocals
Steve Cash Harmonica, Percussion, Harp, Vocals
Nick DeCaro Accordion
John Dillon Dulcimer, Guitar, Harp, Keyboards, Vocals
Glyn Johns Guitar, Hi String
Jody Troutman Vocals, Background Vocals
Michael Granda Bass, Guitar, Vocals
Larry Michael Lee Guitar, Drums, Keyboards, Vocals
Technical Credits
David Anderle Producer
Steve Cash Composer
John Dillon Composer
Glyn Johns Producer, Engineer
Doug Sax Mastering
Elizabeth Anderson Composer
Michael Granda Composer
Larry Michael Lee Composer
Beverly Parker Graphic Design
Roland Young Art Direction
Benny Smith Graphic Design, Package Layout
Ken Seeholzer Graphic Design, Package Layout
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    ozarks strike gold

    released over 30 years ago this was the ozarks best album in terms of sales and creativity includes the million selling top 3 single jackie blue it never got better than this great rockers and ballads superb production and all these guys could play there own instruments the first 4 ozarks albums are essential and represent the band at there peak

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    What the Eagles and the Grateful Dead SHOULD have been...

    The Ozark Mountain Daredevils will probably always be my very favorite American band. I grew up in the town they were from—Springfield, MO—and I knew several of them and really, I can’t think of a single unit of musicians who so consistently produced music that can make you feel better. There is just something about these guys and the music they make, whether you hear them on record or live, that just makes you feel good. These songs just seem to clear your head of all the bad thoughts. The Daredevils are first-rate singers, musicians, and songwriters. They’re just the best. Always have been, always will be…this is what American music was supposed to be about. Thanks, guys…

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