The I-10 Chronicles, Vol. 2: One More for the Road

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All Music Guide - William Ruhlmann
As was true of its predecessor, the various artists album The I-10 Chronicles, Vol. 2: One More for the Road uses as its organizing principle or as its conceit the concept of a road trip along an interstate highway that runs through the southern regions of the United States, from California to Florida. But like the first volume, this one isn't as strict about geography as it is about musical styles. Massachusetts-born newcomer Amy Correia, for example, performs a medley of Rod Stewart's "Gasoline Alley" and "It's All Over Now," best-known for its rendition by the Rolling Stones, while Bobby Bare, Jr. covers Neil Young's "Sugar Mountain." What do such singers and ...
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All Music Guide - William Ruhlmann
As was true of its predecessor, the various artists album The I-10 Chronicles, Vol. 2: One More for the Road uses as its organizing principle or as its conceit the concept of a road trip along an interstate highway that runs through the southern regions of the United States, from California to Florida. But like the first volume, this one isn't as strict about geography as it is about musical styles. Massachusetts-born newcomer Amy Correia, for example, performs a medley of Rod Stewart's "Gasoline Alley" and "It's All Over Now," best-known for its rendition by the Rolling Stones, while Bobby Bare, Jr. covers Neil Young's "Sugar Mountain." What do such singers and selections have to do with the American South and Southwest? The performances share a musical sensibility, a country-folk
ock/blues hybrid that mixes acoustic instruments such as guitar, accordion, and mandolin with aggressive, electric rhythm sections and rough-hewn vocals. Call it roots rock or Americana, but it is a style that hangs together whether Dave Alvin is resurrecting the Bakersfield sound on "I'm a Lonesome Fugitive," former "new Bob Dylan" Steve Forbert is covering Dylan's "Watchin' the River Flow," or the Blind Boys of Alabama are singing the Stones' "Just Wanna See His Face." Tracks by Raul Malo of the Mavericks and by Chris Hillman and Herb Pedersen, formerly of the Desert Rose Band, may lean a bit more toward country, while John Hammond leans more to Delta blues, but there is a consistency of approach on these tracks. It does derive from an area just above the Mexican border and below the Mason-Dixon Line, even if the actual performers and songwriters come from elsewhere.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 9/25/2001
  • Label: Back Porch
  • UPC: 724385071621
  • Catalog Number: 50716B

Tracks

Disc 1
  1. 1 I'm a Lonesome Fugitive - Dave Alvin (4:34)
  2. 2 Me and This City - Grant Lee Phillips (4:36)
  3. 3 Watching the River Flow - Steve Forbert (3:08)
  4. 4 It Isn't Going to Be That Way - Garrison Starr (4:29)
  5. 5 Paint the Town Beige - Bonnie Hearne (3:39)
  6. 6 Crossing Muddy Waters - Adam Duritz (3:38)
  7. 7 The Night the Bottle Let Me Down - Raul Malo (2:58)
  8. 8 Gasoline Alley/It's All Over Now - Amy Correia (6:08)
  9. 9 The Window Up Above - Herb Pedersen (2:30)
  10. 10 That's the Way God Made You (2:42)
  11. 11 Fish in the Jailhouse - John Hammond Jr. (5:29)
  12. 12 Just Wanna See His Face - Blind Boys of Alabama (4:20)
  13. 13 Motel for Misery - Tommy Jordan (2:46)
  14. 14 Handcuffed to a Fence in Mississippi - Jim White (4:07)
  15. 15 Sugar Mountain - Bobby Bare Jr. (5:19)
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Album Credits

Performance Credits
The I-10 Chronicles Primary Artist
Charlie Musselwhite Harmonica
Chris Hillman Mandolin, Vocals
Clarence Fountain Vocals
Steve Forbert Acoustic Guitar, Vocals
Augie Meyers Keyboards
Sweet Pea Atkinson Background Vocals
Benmont Tench Keyboards
Curt Bisquera Drums
Gregg Bissonette Drums
Sir Harry Bowens Background Vocals
Bill Bryson Bass
Lenny Castro Percussion
Tim Ferguson Mandolin, Vocals
Flaco Jiménez Accordion
Stephen Hodges Percussion, Drums
David Immerglück Acoustic Guitar, Mandolin
Michael Jerome Drums
Tommy Jordan Guitar, Vocals
Raul Malo Guitar, Vocals, Background Vocals
Jay Dee Maness Pedal Steel Guitar
Jim Monahan Electric Guitar
Herb Pedersen Guitar, Vocals, Background Vocals
Grant Lee Phillips Acoustic Guitar, Vocals
Pamela Smith Background Vocals, Hand Clapping
Bill "Luigi" Bonk Mandolin, Background Vocals
Adam Duritz Vocals
Nathan Brown Bass
Sergio Gonzales Drums
Randy Jacobs Guitar, Electric Guitar
Bill Hearne Acoustic Guitar, Vocals
Garrison Starr Acoustic Guitar, Vocals
Craig Eastman Fiddle
Paul Godfrey scratching, Drums, Vocals
Bonnie Hearne Background Vocals
Ross Godfrey Guitar, Vocals
Amy Correia Vocals, Harmony
Tracy Hackney Background Vocals, Mountain Dulcimer
Bobby Bare Jr. Acoustic Guitar, Guitar, Tambourine, Vocals, Background Vocals
Dave Alvin & the Guilty Men Acoustic Guitar, Electric Guitar, Vocals
Dean Thomas Guitar
Technical Credits
Sally Browder Producer, Engineer
Randy Jacobs Producer
John Wooler Producer
Paul Godfrey Programming
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