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The Dollar

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The Dollar
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Flying Silver Eagle
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She's All Lady
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Ray Ray's Juke Joint
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My Saving Grace
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Redneck Side of Me
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Keepin' Up With The Jonesin'
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Rebelicious
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Back To Caroline
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It Was Me
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Lead Me Home
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Album Information

Total Tracks: 11   Total Length: 41:42

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Love the voice

plantagenet2

This young man brings emotions to the surface that lots of singers keep hidden. Brings lots of humanity with him. Better than the average country singer and I look forward to seeing big things from him in the future.

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True Country

EMUSIC-1967

I am very picky with what country artist I listen to. JJ is one of the best toay. He got a sound like he has been around for years and years. Geoge Jones comes to mind. Randy Travis is one of my all time favorites and Johnson is following in his footsteps! Get this cd and buy the second release(not on eMuisc) as soon as you can. You too can see life in Color!

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All worth a listen

gbeast_1

It may be his background, or it may be an attempt to appeal to a family audience, but this initial release is less raw than his second release, That Lonesome Song. But there are some real gems here, from a songwriter who sometimes reminds me of Kristofferson, but with a voice that makes Waylon sound timid. The title cut is a great tear-jerker for anyone. I'm sure there are over the road drivers shouting along with the lyrics to Back to Caroline. Rebelicious is aimed for airplay and Ray Ray's Juke Joint paints a great picture. All worth a listen.

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They Say All Music Guide

If this Alabama native and country music newcomer sounds like a veteran on his instantly infectious debut, that’s because he is one. While in the Marine Corps Reserve from 1994 to 2002, Jamey Johnson perfected his singing style in the honky tonks of his home state. Upon moving to Nashville he did everything from selling signs to working for an industrial pumping company to rebuilding places devastated by natural disasters. And what makes a great artist in this genre if not these types of real-life experiences? The deep-voiced Johnson, who is also a lyrically insightful songwriter, once sang a duet with Gretchen Wilson on a demo for a publishing company, and he has the potential to be the Redneck Woman’s male equivalent — or maybe the next Toby Keith — and not simply because one of the best tracks is the power ballad “Redneck Side of Me.” It’s also due to his colorful mix of hardcore honky tonkers (the title track, “Ray Ray’s Juke Joint”) and gentle ballads (“My Saving Grace”) that blend the influences of great inspirations George Jones and Garth Brooks. Naturally, Jones’ glorious harmonies are featured on the crunchy power ballad “Keepin’ Up with the Jonesin’,” giving Johnson an instant legitimacy as a potential country great. Comparisons aside, this hard-workin’ artist has got the goods on a debut that can only be described as countrified brilliance. – Jonathan Widran

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