Johnny Berry & The Outliers | Bourbon Spearmint & Ice

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Bourbon Spearmint & Ice

by Johnny Berry & The Outliers

Original honky-tonk tavern music about drinking, dancing, and Kentucky.
Genre: Country: Honky Tonk
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1. All The Whiskey In Kentucky
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2. I Can't Wait To Get You Back Home
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3. Big Lovin'
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4. Weekend Willie & Jukebox Charlie
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5. Who Shot Sam?
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6. Daisy
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7. Handwriting On the Wall
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8. These Days (those Days Are Gone)
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9. Green Grass Of Kentucky
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Album Notes
"It's always 1966 in Johnny Berry's world, a time when good country music on a Saturday night meant salvation, and honky-tonk was the working man's religion. Berry's third album with The Outliers — guitarist Steve Cooley and drummer Andy Brown — is another tavern classic. The dance floor is well served by hell-raisers like “Big Lovin'” and “All the Whiskey in Kentucky,” but the album's soul comes from its more reflective material."
“Handwriting on the Wall,” “These Days (Those Days Are Gone),” “Daisy” and “Green Grass of Kentucky” are among the finest songs Berry has recorded, and the kind of jukebox laments that would make Haggard proud." Jeffrey Lee Puckett, The Courier-Journal
"More striking, however, is the genuine grace with which Berry writes. We have lived through an era of low-rent honky tonk revival, and all the caricature which sometimes goes with that. Berry's songs- mostly from his pen, occasionally with a co-writer- are well rooted but strikingly timeless. Not affected , but effective. Conscious, but not self-conscious. Grant Alden- NoDepression.com






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