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All Music Guide - Rick Anderson
Try to imagine, if you can, what the Clarks or the dB's would sound like had they come up playing in dive bars in Bakersfield, California -- they probably would've ended up with a sound something like that of the Derailers -- a sharp, disciplined, but sometimes tongue-in-cheek fusion of Buck Owens-style desert honky tonk, jangly guitar pop, and rockabilly swagger. How this band found itself in the stable of a label like Palo Duro which is explicitly devoted to Texas-style country music is a mystery, but not one that needs to be unraveled any time soon. For now, just let yourself luxuriate in the wry "She's a Lot Like Texas" you know, beautiful and wild and free, etc., the...
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All Music Guide - Rick Anderson
Try to imagine, if you can, what the Clarks or the dB's would sound like had they come up playing in dive bars in Bakersfield, California -- they probably would've ended up with a sound something like that of the Derailers -- a sharp, disciplined, but sometimes tongue-in-cheek fusion of Buck Owens-style desert honky tonk, jangly guitar pop, and rockabilly swagger. How this band found itself in the stable of a label like Palo Duro which is explicitly devoted to Texas-style country music is a mystery, but not one that needs to be unraveled any time soon. For now, just let yourself luxuriate in the wry "She's a Lot Like Texas" you know, beautiful and wild and free, etc., the sturdily rocking "Get 'Er Done," and the Chuck Berry-meets-Buck Owens blues rave-up "Hey, Valerie!." The Derailers fun version of the old Arthur Alexander hit "Soldier of Love" which was written by Buzz Cason, this album's producer is a sweetly kitschy gem, and if "An American Man" comes across as a clumsy Johnny Cash parody and "It's Never Too Late for a Party" comes across like a clumsy Buck Owens parody, well, it's all in good fun.
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  • Release Date: 6/6/2006
  • Label: Palo Duro Records
  • UPC: 806820120122
  • Catalog Number: 1201

Album Credits

Performance Credits
The Derailers Primary Artist
Buzz Cason Acoustic Guitar, Percussion, Piano, Background Vocals
Brian Hofeldt Acoustic Guitar, Electric Guitar, Vocals, Group Member
Pete Finney Pedal Steel Guitar
Chris Schlotzhauer Pedal Steel Guitar, Background Vocals, Group Member
Sweet Basil McJagger Organ, Piano, Group Member
Ed Adkins Electric Bass, Background Vocals, Acoustic Bass, Upright Bass, Group Member
Scott Matthews Percussion, Drums, Group Member
Technical Credits
Buzz Cason Composer, Producer, Audio Production
Anthony Crawford Composer
Joniece Jamison Composer
Brian Hofeldt Composer
Tony Moon Composer
Joe Funderburk Engineer
Jerry Tubb Mastering
Billy Lawson Composer
Dale Dodson Composer
Chris Schlotzhauer Composer
Ed Adkins Composer
Scott B. Bomar Composer
Scott Matthews Composer
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Keep It Goin'

    This group needs more radio play. Not that other fake junk now. This is real country. Very sad to see that Tony V. is not with the band anymore. He made great music with the band. A very good CD anyway. Any Derailers CD is a must have. Keep it goin' boys, never give up. Come on up to Chicago some time.

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