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Lost Trailers
     

The Lost Trailers

by The Lost Trailers
 
On their eponymous fourth album, the Lost Trailers once again find the perfect balance of rootsy neo-country and ballsy, road-tested rock that has brought them an increasingly faithful following in their six years together. Although they've collectively cited the band Alabama as their primary influence, the

Overview

On their eponymous fourth album, the Lost Trailers once again find the perfect balance of rootsy neo-country and ballsy, road-tested rock that has brought them an increasingly faithful following in their six years together. Although they've collectively cited the band Alabama as their primary influence, the Lost Trailers owe more to the working-class, testosterone-fueled rock of bands like Drive-By Truckers, Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers and Bruce Springsteen & the E Street Band, with a touch of early Eagles, Let It Bleed-era Rolling Stones ("All This Love" is a ringer for "No Expectations"), and good ol' Allman Brothers/Lynyrd Skynyrd-brand Southern rock tossed in. But as much fun as it is to play spot-the-influences, the Lost Trailers have by now developed a trademark, post-alt-country sound of their own that gives them, on their most accomplished effort to date, an assuredness and weightiness that one can easily imagine carrying them well in arena-sized venues. Chief songwriter Stokes Nielson takes the band's Southern heritage seriously: in "I'm a Country Man," he proudly declares that he's "born to be kickin' it from Texas to Tennessee/Got the same truck since I's 18/Gonna drive it to the wheels fall off," while in "Gravy," he addresses the foreclosure of the family farm and his late granddad's novel suggestion on how to dig out from failure: "He left a bag with a note on the side, it read 'Plant these seeds and watch 'em rise'...Well, I had the farm paid off in 23 days" (no wonder Willie Nelson loves these guys so much). Although the Lost Trailers veer at times (though not often enough for it to be a problem) toward cliché lyrically, and bar-band generics in their song structures, there's no mistaking the honesty inherent in this music.

Product Details

Release Date:
08/29/2006
Label:
Bna Entertainment
UPC:
0828768156025
catalogNumber:
81560
Rank:
145433

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Performance Credits

Lost Trailers   Primary Artist
Cindy Walker   Vocals
Joe Chemay   Musician
Pat Buchanan   Musician
Rusty Golden   Musician
Vicki Hampton   Vocals
Tony Harrell   Musician
Mark Matejka   Musician
Billy Panda   Musician
David Lee Murphy   Vocals
Lisa Cochran   Vocals
George Marinelli   Musician
Steve Ebe   Musician
Tony Paoletta   Musician
Wes Hightower   Vocals
Perry Coleman   Vocals
Nanette Bohannon   Vocals
Jeff Potter   Drums,Vocal Harmony,Group Member
Mel Eubanks   Musician
Ryder Lee   Acoustic Guitar,Keyboards,Vocals,Group Member
Stokes Nielson   Guitar,Vocals,Group Member
Andrew Nielson   Harmonica,Bass Guitar,Keyboards,Vocals,Group Member
Manny Medina   Bass,Guitar,Electric Bass,Rhythm Guitar,Vocals,Group Member
Jeff Potter   Drums,Background Vocals
Andrew Nielson   Harmonica,Electric Bass,Keyboards,Vocals
Geoffrey Stokes Nielson   Guitar,Vocals

Technical Credits

Paul Overstreet   Composer
Blake Chancey   Producer,Audio Production
Gary Nicholson   Composer
David Lee Murphy   Composer
Jon Randall   Composer
Jimbeau Hinson   Composer
Lucy Santamassino   grooming
Tony Castle   Engineer
Astrid Herbold May   Art Direction
Ryder Lee   Producer
Zac Brown   Composer
Stokes Nielson   Composer,Producer
Judy Forde Blair   Liner Notes

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