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Two surprising thoughts occur upon the first listen to Let's Git It On: first, Jerry Reed sounds gruff and rough, the sum total of his age. Second, apart from that gravelly growl, it would be easy to mistake Let's Git It On for an album he recorded during his '70s peak — not just because he cheerfully rewrites several of his classic songs, but because the music is as lively and vibrant as "Amos Moses." In particular, Reed's guitar playing sounds sprightly and nimble as it ever did, giving this music a genuine kick and more punch than anybody would expect from Reed in his sixties. But what's also surprising is that the songs are often quite strong. At times, the slower songs can get a little treacly, but there aren't many of them and they're far overshadowed by songs like "The Jerry Springer Show," which finds Reed's ribald wit as sharp and goofy as it was on "She Got the Goldmine." This is as silly and fun as anything he recorded in the '70s, and it makes for a fine latter-day effort from this living legend.


Born: 20 March 1937 in Atlanta, GA

Genre: Country

Years Active: '50s, '60s, '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s

Known throughout country music as "the Guitar Man," singer/songwriter Jerry Reed gained recognition not only for a successful solo career but also as an actor and ace session player. Jerry Reed Hubbard was born in Atlanta, GA, on March 20, 1937; after picking up the guitar as a child, he was signed by publisher and producer Bill Lowery to cut his first record, "If the Good Lord's Willing and the Creeks Don't Rise," at the age of 18. He continued releasing both country and rockabilly singles to little...
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