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The 1995 sequel to Junior Brown’s debut is every bit as good as its predecessor. Guit with It retains Brown’s superb taste in material, as well as his classy production method. You’d be hard-pressed to find another country album from the '90s with the natural warmth of Guit with It, which radiates humanity even when its leader is performing supernatural feats of skill. Brown’s guitar skills were quickly becoming legend—even outside of country music circles—and this album emphasizes instrumental dazzle more than his debut. “Sugarfoot Rag” and “Guit-Steel Blues” are just a few of the songs that will leave listeners asking “How does he do that?” At the same time, newcomers shouldn’t let Brown’s stunning guitar work overshadow his more subtle talents. “Names and Addresses” displays a heartfelt singing style sometimes overshadowed by his hyperactive dance tunes, and “So Close Yet So Far Away” is a moving duet between Brown and his faithful wife (and rhythm guitarist), Tanya Rae Brown. These performances motor and groove with a fine-cut precision that can only develop out of untold time spent on the club circuit.

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This album is a throwback to how country music used to sound "back in the day". Every song is well written and the guitar playing is beyond comparision. I thought this was a re-release because it sounded so "retro" but was pleasantly surprised to find out that Mr. Brown and company are alive and well. I applaud his efforts at "keeping it real" but I wish he and his band had more exposure. The general population is truly missing out on a great listening experience. I only hope to catch his act live someday. Buy this album, you will not be disappointed.

Last Man Standing...

While hosting the CMA's several years ago, following a performance by Junior Brown, Vince Gill proclaimed "that is the last man playing country music today." Enough said. Junior Brown is God.


Junior Brown has got the gift of music. I don't know whether to be more impressed with his guitar playing, singing or songwriting abiliites. His playing style and tone are so unique that even when he plays a classic country or blues lick - he owns it - you don't mistake it for someone else.


Born: June 12, 1952 in Cottonwood, AZ

Genre: Country

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

A singer and demon guitarist whose raucous blend of country and rock & roll helped make him a successful crossover act, Junior Brown was born in 1952 and raised in the backwoods of Kirksville, IN. He first learned to play the piano from his father, and was exposed to country through radio and TV, becoming a fan of Ernest Tubb's music and television program. He became a professional musician at the tail end of the '60s, while still in his teens. After honing his guitar skills in relative anonymity...
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