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Potato Hole
     

Potato Hole

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by Booker T. Jones
 
Booker is known as a multi-instrumentalist, songwriter, record producer, and arranger, and is best known for fronting Booker T and the MGs. This is his first solo album in decades. He teamed with southern rockers Drive-By Truckers to produce an album that is raw and edgy, fun and innovative. And just to seal the deal, long-time Booker associate Neil Young dropped by

Overview

Booker is known as a multi-instrumentalist, songwriter, record producer, and arranger, and is best known for fronting Booker T and the MGs. This is his first solo album in decades. He teamed with southern rockers Drive-By Truckers to produce an album that is raw and edgy, fun and innovative. And just to seal the deal, long-time Booker associate Neil Young dropped by to play blistering lead guitar on nine of the ten tracks. Produced by Rob Schnapf (Elliott Smith, Beck, Rickie Lee Jones, Foo Fighters) and Booker T.

Product Details

Release Date:
04/21/2009
Label:
Anti
UPC:
0045778694822
catalogNumber:
86948
Rank:
114482

Tracks

Album Credits

Performance Credits

Booker T. Jones   Primary Artist,Organ,Acoustic Guitar,Electric Guitar
Neil Young   Guitar
Lenny Castro   Percussion
John Neff   Guitar,Pedal Steel Guitar
Mike Cooley   Guitar
Patterson Hood   Guitar
Brad Morgan   Drums
Shonna Tucker   Bass,Bass Guitar

Technical Credits

Tom Waits   Composer
Kathleen Brennan   Composer
Booker T. Jones   Composer,Producer
Andy Kaulkin   Executive Producer
Rob Schnapf   Producer
Doug Boehm   Engineer
Patterson Hood   Composer
Jason Isbell   Composer
Brad Morgan   Composer
Shonna Tucker   Composer

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Potato Hole 3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
EdNY More than 1 year ago
I was quite disappointed by this CD. I was expecting great things from Booker T and his playing was average...nothing spectacular. Neil Young was really good, but that wasn't what I was buying this CD for. Overall, merely average.