I Should've Married My Father-in-Law

I Should've Married My Father-in-Law

by Tim Wilson


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I Should've Married My Father-in-Law

Maybe the 2000 presidential election had energized him, as aspiring country singer Tim Wilson was mainly interested in taking potshots at liberal Democrats on I Should've Married My Father-in-Law. Wilson devotes ten out of 23 tracks and more than half of the album's running time to his satiric songs, among them "Hollywood," which posits that would-be actors had better become liberals if they're going to make it in the movies, and "Brady Bill (Gunfighter Without a Gun)," an attack on gun control. Though he professes not to be a Republican, the most criticism he can muster for the Grand Old Party is to make fun of South Carolina Senator Strom Thurmond's age. Wilson laces his remarks with four-letter words, all of which are bleeped out, though it's obvious what he's saying, thus sparing his album a parental advisory sticker and making these tracks ready for morning "zoo" radio play, where they doubtless got their widest dissemination.

Product Details

Release Date: 10/23/2001
Label: Capitol
UPC: 0724353107321
catalogNumber: 31073

Album Credits

Performance Credits

Tim Wilson   Primary Artist,Vocals,Noise
Bonnie Bramlett   Vocals
Steve Stone   Banjo,Guitar,Mandolin
Larry Byrom   Guitar
Dean Daughtry   Piano,Wurlitzer
Levon Helm   Mandolin,Drums
David Hood   Bass
Clayton Ivey   Piano,Wurlitzer,Chart
George Lawrence   Drums
Sean Burke   Drums
Danny Simpson   Noise
Clifford Allen   Noise
Steve "Clean" Stone   Banjo,Guitar,Mandolin

Technical Credits

Carlton "Santa" Davis   Art Direction
Steve Melton   Engineer
Tim Wilson   Producer
Tom Becci   Executive Producer

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