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Dog Days wasn't Blue Mountain's first album, but it was the first one that gave a clear picture of just how good the group could really be. Unlike their self-titled and self-released debut, Dog Days paired Blue Mountain with a sympathetic producer, and Eric "Roscoe" Ambel beefed up the band's sound in the studio without cluttering up their style; Cary Hudson's guitar now roared with the sweet thunder it deserved, and the simple but muscular support from bassist Laurie Stirratt and drummer Frank Coutch pushes the songs forward with just the right degree of insistence. If Hudson's guitar work at this point showed a very clear Neil Young influence, it fit his songs like a glove, and as a tunesmith he had a knack for telling stories that was all his own, from the populist rabble-rousing of "Jimmy Carter" and the rough-and-ready exploits of "A Band Called Bud" to the beatific wanderer's tale of "Blue Canoe" and the sweet-and-sour romance of "Wink." And while Dog Days connects like a Louisville Slugger when the band cranks up on the album's rockers, the acoustic-based numbers have an emotional strength that keeps them from sounding like the band is taking a breather. While Blue Mountain never gained the same degree of semi-fame as their alt-country contemporaries like the Jayhawks, Uncle Tupelo, and Whiskeytown, they were regarded by many educated observers as one of the best acts on the scene, and Dog Days shows why — they could write, sing, and play with passion and street smarts, and every song on this album hits its target dead on. It's a minor masterpiece of the genre.


Se formó en: 1993

Género: Rock

Años de actividad: '90s, '00s

Blue Mountain is led by the husband and wife team of Cary Hudson and Laurie Stirratt; the roots rockers drew their name from a small town near their home base of Oxford, MS, where the bandmembers first began soaking up the country, blues, and rock influences that informed their distinctive sound. Blue Mountain was founded in 1993 by vocalist/guitarist Hudson and bassist Stirratt after their previous band, the Los Angeles-based, punk-inspired Hilltops (which also included Stirratt's twin brother,...
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Dog Days, Blue Mountain
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  • $110.00
  • Géneros: Rock, Música, Country, Country alternativo
  • Publicado: 23/07/1995

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