Still Standing [Bonus Tracks]

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All Music Guide - Mark Deming
While Jason & the Scorchers' first two national releases -- the Fervor EP and the long-playing follow-up, Lost & Found -- earned reams of good reviews and blazed a trail for the cowpunk and alt-country movements that followed in their wake, they earned far more fame than record sales. Their second LP, 1986's Still Standing, seems to have been an attempt to give Jason & the Scorchers a bit of polish in hopes of attracting a wider audience. Produced by Tom Werman who had previously worked with Molly Hatchet, Ted Nugent, and Cheap Trick, Still Standing has a slicker tone than the group's previous work, especially Warner Hodges' guitar and Hodges seems all too eager...
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All Music Guide - Mark Deming
While Jason & the Scorchers' first two national releases -- the Fervor EP and the long-playing follow-up, Lost & Found -- earned reams of good reviews and blazed a trail for the cowpunk and alt-country movements that followed in their wake, they earned far more fame than record sales. Their second LP, 1986's Still Standing, seems to have been an attempt to give Jason & the Scorchers a bit of polish in hopes of attracting a wider audience. Produced by Tom Werman who had previously worked with Molly Hatchet, Ted Nugent, and Cheap Trick, Still Standing has a slicker tone than the group's previous work, especially Warner Hodges' guitar and Hodges seems all too eager to give his solos a veneer of arena-level bombast, while occasionally veering toward Georgia Satellites-style raunch -- not a bad idea but one that doesn't suit Jason Ringenberg's voice all that well. More to the point, the songwriting on Still Standing isn't quite up to the level of Lost & Found, but while Still Standing sounds like an attempt by Jason & the Scorchers to meet the mainstream half way, there's enough of their strength and fiery passion to make the album worthwhile, and "Crashin' Down," "Shotgun Blues," and the delicate ballad "Ocean of Doubt" show that even this band's weaker albums had moments to savor. [The 2002 reissue of Still Standing features three bonus tracks, including "Greetings From Nashville," a wild and woolly attack on Music City, and a pedal-to-the-metal cover of "Route 66," both of which add value to the package.]
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 9/17/2002
  • Label: Capitol
  • UPC: 724354121029
  • Catalog Number: 41210

Album Credits

Performance Credits
Jason & the Scorchers Primary Artist
Phyllis Saint James Background Vocals
Bob Carlisle Background Vocals
Perry Baggs Drums, Vocals
Tommy Funderburk Background Vocals
Leon Gaer Bass
Warner Hodges Acoustic Guitar, Electric Guitar, Vocals
Tom Kelly Background Vocals
Kenny Lovelace Fiddle
Jason Ringenberg Harmonica, Vocals
Donald W. Spicer Slide Guitar
Tom Werman Percussion
Jai Winding Hammond Organ
Jeff Johnson Bass
Technical Credits
Duane Baron Engineer
Jack Emerson Art Direction
Warner Hodges Arranger
Brian Scheuble Engineer
Steve Scruggs Engineer
Robert Vosgien Remastering
Tom Werman Producer
David Eaton Engineer
Henry Marquez Art Direction
Gregg Ogorzelec Producer
Ronnie Douglas Road Manager
Andrew McLenon Art Direction
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