I miss country music. Remember that stuff? Yeah. Growing up in the family I did, it
was hard to escape it, but it was also hard to not take it for granted. Of course there
were my parents and their own music, but there were also their friends, many of
whom were immensely talented folks, whether or not they were household names
or heavy hitters.
One of my earliest childhood memories is of Waylon walking into our little farm house near Leiper’s Fork, Tennessee. He smiled at me, reached down and ruffled my hair. Waylon seemed like a giant to me. I miss ol' hoss.
I remember being at my dad’s recording sessions for “Renegade Picker”. I remember answering the phone when Townes Van Zandt would call the house. He’d always chat with me a minute before asking to speak with ol’ Steve. Legendary people and events were all around me.
I spent my 20s trying to step out of the shadow my dad cast, playing rock music and
running from my roots. But since then I have grown comfortable with, and proud of, the legacy. And I have come to appreciate just how good the music really was back then. Especially in contrast to the mindless, soulless, pop that Nashville cranks out today.
So, I made this album. Mostly for myself. It was just the sort of collection of songs I
wanted to hear. I hope anyone else who feels the way I do about the current state of country music will also enjoy it. It's an homage to my “Outlaw” heroes, the biggest among them being my dad. This movement was more than an image back then. It was more than a wardrobe or a marketing campaign. They were pushing back against the Nashville machine, looking for some freedom to express themselves. It was a revolution.
And it's about time for another one.
— Jubal Lee Young
© 2011, Reconstruction Records - All Rights Reserved
Unauthorized duplication is a violation of applicable laws.
1. Just To Satisfy You
2. Neon River
3. Angel With A Broken Heart
4. Riding Down The Highway
5. Renegade Picker
6. Don't You Dare Love Her
7. Stark Raving Mad
8. You Only Call Me
9. You Make Me
10. Have You Met Me?
11. Good To You
12. Why Does It Always Rain?
13. There Ain't No Outlaws Anymore
Produced, Engineered & Mixed by Thomm Jutz at TJ Tunes, Nashville, TN
Mastered by Alex McCollough at Yes Master, Nashville, TN
Jubal Lee Young - Vocals & Acoustic Guitar
Thomm Jutz - Acoustic, Electric & Slide Guitar
Pat McInerney - Drums & Percussion
Mark Fain - Bass
Mac Gayden - Slide Guitar & Lap Steel
Robby Turner - Pedal Steel
Mickey Raphael - Harmonica
Micahel Webb - Keyboards
Shad Cobb - Fiddle
Brent Moyer - Trumpet
J. T. Brown - Bass on Tracks 6, 8, & 13
Lucas Leigh - Keyboards on Tracks 6 & 8
Kim Young - Vocals
Britt Savage - Vocals
Tom Littlefield - Vocals
Photography by Dave Clements - DWC Photography - www.dwcphotography.com
Artwork by JLY
For management and booking information, please visit juballeeyoung.com
Lyrics, tour schedule and additional information available at JubalLeeYoung.com
All songs written by Jubal Lee Young, © 2010 Tellico Music (BMI) except:
• There Ain't No Outlaws Anymore (Tom Littlefield/Jubal Lee Young)
© Tellico Music (BMI) / Ragtag Music (BMI) administered by Bug Music.
• Just To Satisfy You (Waylon Jennings/Don Bowman) © Irving Music
• Renegade Picker (Steve Young) © Sony/ATV Tree Publishing OBO Alrhond Music
• Riding Down The Highway (Steve Young) © Golden Chain Music (BMI)
• You Only Call Me (Scott Lindsey/Jody Lineberry/Josh Osborne)
© Gray Trailer Music (BMI) / JRene Music (BMI) / 25 North Publishing (BMI)
Big Thanks, in no particular order and for various reasons:
Debbie Glenn, Thomm Jutz, Dave Clements, Michael Pittman, Jennica McIntyre,
Brian Nash, Alex McCollough, J. Ross Martin, Mike Smith, Lance Smith, Matt Matthews,
Brigitte London, Christi White, Corbin Mock, Chad Stultz, Lisa Rogers, Tom Littlefield,
Pat McInerney, Mark Fain, Robby Turner, Mickey Raphael, Michael Webb, Brent Moyer,
Kim "The Unc" Young, Britt Savage, Lucas Leigh, J.T. Brown, Mac Gayden, Shad Cobb,
Sally Green, Jennifer Bern Zimmerman, Holly Hudspeth, my entire crazy family -
particularly my mom, dad and grandmother, the strongest woman I've ever known.
And especially to Sophie, my daughter and constant source of inspiration.