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Album Review

The band was reduced to essentially a two-piece, Dan Stuart and Chuck Prophet, and some hired help, including Eagle Bernie Leadon. The album's best tracks are the slow ones; "Good Patient Woman" and the crawling "You Couldn't Get Arrested." Produced by Glyn Johns, it's an OK record; it's just that by this time Stuart's drunken-loser schtick has worn thin. Really thin.

Customer Reviews

Y'all just listen to ole' Rev'rend Luther, y'hear?

Don't pay that iTunes review no mind.
Every song on this album is strong and engaging. The lyrics are superb, the music and arrangements sparse yet pungent in a decadent Ole' South kinda way.
Prophet's vocals sound smooth and coarse, depending on the story he tells. And he tells interesting stories.


Formed: 1981 in Tucson, AZ

Genre: Alternative

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

Always wary of their paisley underground tag, it was only Green on Red's debut EP that leaned on the psychedelic sounds of the '60s before they traded it in for a boozy, all-American sound. They have been credited as latter-day forbears to the No Depression sound forged by Wilco and Son Volt. Singer and songwriter Dan Stuart, Chris Cacavas (keyboards), and Jack Waterson (bass) formed their first group in Tucson, AZ, in 1979. After the band relocated to L.A., drummer Alex MacNicol joined up and Green...
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