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All Music Guide - Thom Jurek
With all of the comparisons to Southern rock legends Lynyrd Skynyrd, Marshall Tucker, Charlie Daniels, the Outlaws, and so forth, this solid, hardcore rockin' honky tonk duo and their amazing band is an entity unto themselves. Eddie Montgomery brother of John Michael and Troy Gentry are equal parts country music that comes from Merle Haggard, George Jones, Wynn Stewart, Dwight Yoakam, and even Hank Williams. At the same time, they play a scorching brand of rock & roll that has everything to do with the aforementioned heroes of the 1970s and the Allmans too because the blues are at the root of everything they do. This is an auspicious debut album, one that not only shows ...
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All Music Guide - Thom Jurek
With all of the comparisons to Southern rock legends Lynyrd Skynyrd, Marshall Tucker, Charlie Daniels, the Outlaws, and so forth, this solid, hardcore rockin' honky tonk duo and their amazing band is an entity unto themselves. Eddie Montgomery brother of John Michael and Troy Gentry are equal parts country music that comes from Merle Haggard, George Jones, Wynn Stewart, Dwight Yoakam, and even Hank Williams. At the same time, they play a scorching brand of rock & roll that has everything to do with the aforementioned heroes of the 1970s and the Allmans too because the blues are at the root of everything they do. This is an auspicious debut album, one that not only shows promise, but delivers the goods in the form of great songs written by a host of Nash Vegas' and Texas' finest -- if unknown new breed -- and absolutely tremendous performances. Check the hard rocking opener, "Hillbilly Shoes," with its flatpicking guitar intro supplanted by overdriven fiddles and screaming dual lead guitars. And "Trying to Survive" with its guitar, pedal steel, and piano fills is reminiscent of the feel, not sound, of Tucker's "Can't You See." It's easy to embrace Tim McGraw and a host of others who use rock & roll as way of framing their country music, but Montgomery Gentry don't use rock; they are a rock band who make country music, real country music. Check the gorgeous chorus on "Lonely and Gone" that is commenced with a heavy metal guitar intro only to become a gorgeous mid-tempo ballad. Other tracks, like "Self-Made Man," are pure modern honky tonk. Vocally, the harmonies between this pair are a perfect balance of beer and fine whiskey. Montgomery's rough hewn baritone and Gentry's almost unreal range and trademark phrasing make something highly original in the face of so much cookie-cutter Nash Vegas big-hatted crap. The funky blues on "Daddy Won't Sell the Farm" with those fiddles and pedal steels wrapping around a greasy keyboard line lead into a rebel Southern son's admiration for a man and a way of life that is quickly disappearing. The drums propel the tune forward, and the guitars fill what little space there is with rollin' and tumblin' blues. The Bakerfield honky tonk of "I've Loved a Lot More Than I've Hurt" is as traditional as it gets, and Jones or Yoakam could have cut it. The title track is a great morality tale, and "Trouble Is" is a Gentry showcase with his singing tenor in the hillbilly groove that is equal parts blues, tonkin' stride, and arena rock. Montgomery Gentry should be nothing less than amazing in a few years if they keep this up, because this is solid, ass-kickin' country-rock. This is one of the best pop records of the year. Period.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 4/6/1999
  • Label: Sony
  • UPC: 074646915646
  • Catalog Number: 69156

Album Credits

Performance Credits
Montgomery Gentry Primary Artist
Glen Duncan Fiddle, Mandolin
Jim Cotton Background Vocals
Dan Dugmore Steel Guitar, Electric Dobro
Steve Fox Background Vocals
Paul Liem Percussion, Drums
Gary Lunn Bass, Fretless Bass Guitar
Anthony Martin Background Vocals
Steve Nathan Organ, Synthesizer, Piano
Brent Rowan Electric Guitar
Joe Scaife Background Vocals
Biff Watson Acoustic Guitar
Technical Credits
Jim Cotton Engineer
Randy LeRoy Digital Editing
Steve Marcantonio Engineer
Joe Scaife Producer
Rollow Welch Art Direction
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    great

    i like some of the songs but i only remember 2 songs on this cd and i really do like lonely and gone and hillbilly shoes'those are the songs i can remember'they're great.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    GENERATION GAP BREAKERS.

    I recently saw Eddie and Troy at a county fair,with my kids,wife,and mother-in-law.They were exellent,all of us were dancing,stompin,singing.They came down off the stage and shook hands with people,they hugged the kids and let us know that they wholeheartedly appreiciated us coming to see them.There sincerety was overwhelming.They took time out for all of us as we did for them.Sincere gentelmen and very talented artist.Theyll be around my house a long time to come.They are a definite go see.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Best New Group In A Long Time

    As a long-time country music fan, I have to say this is one of the best new groups to come down the pipes in many years. This album is great from start to finish. From the up-tempo Hillbilly Shoes & All Night Long to the thoughtful Tattoos & Scars, to the outstanding Self Made Man. I have seen these guys live, and they run the course from true blue country to southern rock. They will be around country music for a long time.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    gettin back to the farm baby

    It has been a while since country music has changed its sound these boys are unqiue in there sound. look out CMA awards

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