Stay Poor.Stay Happy.

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All Music Guide - Ronnie D. Lankford
Cub Country has the rare quality of being a band whose name actually conjures up the type of music it plays. While Jeremy Chatelain gained a rep in alternative rock circles playing with Handsome and Jets to Brazil, he takes Cub Country in an alternative country direction. He's joined by bassist Matt Sumrow, guitarist Jeff Clarke, and drummer Justin Ansley. Chatelain's a good singer, and the prominence of acoustic guitar, harmonica, and lap steel gives the band an attractive, mellow sound for most of Stay Poor/Stay Happy. Unfortunately, good arrangements and good vocals don't keep the songs from getting a bit tired before they've run their course. Part of the problem ...
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All Music Guide - Ronnie D. Lankford
Cub Country has the rare quality of being a band whose name actually conjures up the type of music it plays. While Jeremy Chatelain gained a rep in alternative rock circles playing with Handsome and Jets to Brazil, he takes Cub Country in an alternative country direction. He's joined by bassist Matt Sumrow, guitarist Jeff Clarke, and drummer Justin Ansley. Chatelain's a good singer, and the prominence of acoustic guitar, harmonica, and lap steel gives the band an attractive, mellow sound for most of Stay Poor/Stay Happy. Unfortunately, good arrangements and good vocals don't keep the songs from getting a bit tired before they've run their course. Part of the problem is a lack of tunefulness, but the bigger problem revolves around the average running time of five minutes. "Good Job Jer Blues" starts out pleasantly enough and is even enjoyable for the first three minutes, but will probably have the listener's mind wandering for the last three. Stones-style electric guitar think Sticky Fingers offers a bit of a jump-start on "Missed the Train," but the Stones knew that every rock song couldn't withstand the five-minute length. Fans of the group's previous album, High Uinta High, and Chatelain's songwriting and vocals, will nonetheless find a number of pleasurable moments on Stay Poor/Stay Happy.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 3/25/2008
  • Label: Imports
  • UPC: 823566032526
  • Catalog Number: 794710

Tracks

Disc 1
  1. 1 Be Yer Own Hitman (5:33)
  2. 2 The Salt Islands (4:54)
  3. 3 Good Job Jer Blues (6:02)
  4. 4 Missed the Train (4:55)
  5. 5 If We Should Fall (4:27)
  6. 6 O Holy Bridge (4:42)
  7. 7 Leaving the Bar (3:47)
  8. 8 The West (4:24)
  9. 9 59 Grand (8:36)
  10. 10 The Sun (5:53)
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Album Credits

Performance Credits
Cub Country Primary Artist
Charlie Walker Drums, Group Member
Jeff Clarke Guitar, Vocals, Shaker, Lap Steel Guitar, Group Member
Lee Watters Group Member
Nick Macri Bass, Group Member
Blake Schwarzenbach fender rhodes, Group Member
Jeremy Chatelain Organ, Bass, Guitar, Harmonica, Vocals, Shaker, Lap Steel Guitar, Group Member
Theo Kogan Vocals, Group Member
Cache Tolman Bass, Group Member
Chris Traynor Guitar, Group Member
Chris Daly Drums, Tambourine, Group Member
Scott Winegard Moog Synthesizer, Group Member
Jason Mills Drums, Group Member
Scott Schoenbeck Group Member
John Herguth Organ, fender rhodes, Group Member
Brian Maryansky Guitar, Group Member
Ben Dunlap Drums, Group Member
George Devoe Guitar, Group Member
Craig Schoen Bass, Group Member
Matt Sumrow Organ, Bass, Group Member
Spanky VanDyke Guitar, Vocals, Group Member
Kathryne Youkstetter Vocals, Group Member
Andy Patterson Drums, Group Member
Technical Credits
Jeremy Chatelain Composer, Producer, Engineer
Chris Traynor Engineer
Tom Hutten Mastering
Nick Peterson Engineer
Craig Schoen Engineer
Spanky VanDyke Engineer
Andy Patterson Engineer
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