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Album Review

Jackopierce released their debut album in 1991, three years after they first formed while they were students at Southern Methodist University in Dallas, TX. It is with this self-titled album that they first earned the moniker the Indigo Boys. Their acoustic duo sound was recorded on a two track but sounds crisp and full, which is a hallmark of early Jackopierce albums. Cary Pierce and Jack O'Neill would continue to develop their songwriting craft, but the skills that would come to fruition on 1994's Bringing on the Weather first appeared on Jackopierce. Standout tracks include the awesome speed-jangle of "Will Not Brings Us Together," "March," and "Rain." "March," in fact, sounds like a stripped-down version of the later songs "Jacob" or "Anderson's Luck." The only true misstep on the disc is the overly simple "Drugs Mean War." Fans of acoustic folk will love this debut.

Customer Reviews


What an incredible duo! The harmonies matched with the acoustic guitars are right on!!! Love all their cd's. It's the type of cd that you love to have on road trips! You can listen to the whole thing w/o skipping a song.

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One of the three JackOPierce albums to buy, along with Woman as Salvation and Bringing on the Weather. Please Come to Boston is their best song (even though it's actually a cover of an old country song, JOP does it better), May the Road Rise to Meet You is another lovely arrangement of a classic, and Heroes is their strongest original on here, IMO. Drugs Mean War is a little preachy for my taste even though I agree with the sentiment. But overalll, this is a great album.


Formed: 1988 in Dallas, TX

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '90s, '00s

One of the hardest-touring bands of the '90s, Jackopierce slipped under the mainstream's radar to earn a widespread following on college campuses with their pleasant acoustic folk-pop. Guitarists/singers Jack O'Neill and Cary Pierce founded the duo in 1988, while both were attending Southern Methodist University in Dallas as theater majors. Honing a charmingly simple, low-key sound centered around vocal harmonies and acoustic guitars, the two developed a strong local following around the Dallas area....
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