Josh Thompson Way Out Here
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- Released: February 23, 2010
- Originally Released: 2010
- Label: Sony
- 1.Beer on the Table
- 2.Blame It on Waylon
- 4.Won't Be Lonely Long
- 5.Always Been Me
- 6.A Name in This Town
- 7.Way out Here
- 8.You Ain't Seen Country Yet
- 9.Back Around
- 10.I Won't Go Crazy
Personnel: Adam Shoenfeld (acoustic guitar, electric guitar); Danny Rader (acoustic guitar, banjo); Dave Ristrim (steel guitar); Glen Duncan (fiddle); Tony Harrell (piano, Hammond b-3 organ); Greg Morrow (drums); Rich Redmond (percussion); David Lee Murphy, Lisa Torres, Wes Hightower (background vocals).
Audio Mixer: Bill Decker.
Liner Note Author: Judy Forde-Blair.
Recording information: Treasure Isle Recording Studio, Nashville, TN.
Photographer: Christian Lantry.
Josh Thompson first received attention as the professional songwriter who penned the title track for Jason Michael Carroll's second album, Growing Up Is Getting Old, so it's not entirely a surprise that Thompson's 2010 debut, Way Out Here, is cut from the same nostalgic cloth as Growing Up, containing paeans to small towns ruled by John Wayne, Johnny Cash, and John Deere, and laying all blame at the feet of Waylon Jennings. Clearly, with all this name-dropping -- and that's only the tip of the iceberg, as there's lovemaking to Haggard cassettes -- Thompson intends to have some outlaw dust rub off on his shoulders, and he does keep things pretty lean even if Thompson seems a little bit too clean to be rowdy. Nevertheless, he's a good craftsman -- "Beer on the Table" not only kicks, it has a couple of sly lyrical phrases, and he has a nice, gentle touch with the ballads. Though his essential sweetness can be ingratiating, the singles are the kind that gain strength with repetition. ~ Stephen Thomas Erlewine
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