Junior Brown's rumbling, strikingly deep voice, tasty electric and steel guitar playing, and splendid honky-tonk and Western swing songs have made him a sensation in country circles. There's nothing phony or clich�d about Brown's music; this is the genuine, untutored, undiluted article. Brown can sing tunes requiring sincerity, ache or irony with equal flair. The CD's 12 cuts include the nearly 12-minute "Guit-Steel Blues," and a sharp cover of Hank Garland's "Sugarfoot Stomp," and the bittersweet "Doin' What Comes Easy to a Fool" and "Holding Pattern." Brown is as vital and refreshing as early John Anderson or Randy Travis.
Performance CreditsJunior Brown Primary Artist,Acoustic Guitar,Piano,Electric Guitar,Steel Guitar,Vocals
Bobby Bellemans Bass,Background Vocals
Tanya Rae Brown Guitar,Rhythm Guitar,Vocals,Track Performer
Steve Layne Bass,Background Vocals
Billy Nado Drums
Spencer Starnes Bass,Background Vocals
James Vaughn Electric Guitar
Jimmy Vaughn Electric Guitar
Tom Lewis Drums
Barry "Frosty" Smith Drums
Technical CreditsBobby Arnold Engineer
Junior Brown Producer
Spencer Starnes Engineer
Stuart Sullivan Engineer
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
I saw j. brown at an alan jackson concert and he is a great performer. this album has some of his best songs...but all of his songs have something good about them. sugar foot rag is a fun song to listen to and so is the whole cd. j. brown is good old style country music.
Junior Brown is a master on the guit-steel. I saw him in concert at the Coach House in San Juan Capistrano and it was awesome, plain and simple. His voice is phenomenal and the whole feeling you get from the band is second to none. Definitely a good buy.