- Released: May 21, 2002
- Originally Released: 2002
- Label: MCA Special Products
- 1.Every Time I Get Around You
- 2.The Road You Leave Behind
- 3.She's Really Something To See
- 4.Genuine Rednecks
- 5.100 Years Too Late
- 6.Born That Way
- 7.Breakfast In Birmingham
- 8.Gettin' Out The Good Stuff
- 9.I've Been A Rebel (And It Don't Pay)
- 10.Pirates Cove
Personnel: David Lee Murphy (vocals, acoustic guitar); Biff Watson (acoustic guitar); Paul Franklin (steel guitar); Brent Mason (electric & acoustic guitars); David Hargis (electric guitar); Stuart Duncan (fiddle); Mickey Raphael (harmonica); Steve Nathan (keyboards); Mike Brignardello (bass); Chad Cromwell (drums); Jimbeau Hinson, Harry Sintson (background vocals).
Includes liner notes by David Lee Murphy.
Personnel: David Lee Murphy (vocals, acoustic guitar, background vocals); Brent Mason (acoustic guitar, electric guitar); Biff Watson (acoustic guitar); David Hargis (electric guitar); Paul Franklin (steel guitar); Stuart Duncan (fiddle); Mickey Raphael (harmonica); Steve Nathan (keyboards); Chad Cromwell (drums); Harry Stinson, Jimbeau Hinson (background vocals).
Audio Mixer: Steve Marcantonio.
Liner Note Author: David Lee Murphy.
Recording information: Emerald Sound.
Photographers: Virginia Team; Mark Tucker .
A number of David Lee Murphy's songs can make listeners have visions of a jukebox spinning tunes in a crowded room filled with the scents of beer and cigarette smoke, like his 1995 hit "Party Crowd." At the core though, his albums offer a good sample of county-pop stylings without forgetting to add in the fiddle and the steel guitar. There are ten tracks on Gettin' out the Good Stuff, Murphy's second full-length recording. He co-wrote three of the songs on this album, but penned the remainders on his own, including "Genuine Rednecks," "I've Been a Rebel (And It Don't Pay)," "She's Really Something to See," and "Every Time I Get Around You," as well as the title track. Murphy's Southern drawl and strong, real-life lyrics make this album a keeper for country fans. ~ Charlotte Dillon