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Good Times

by The Weary Boys

A glimpse of the many and diverse voices and experiences that comprise this thing we've come to know and love and revere called Americana.
Genre: Country: Traditional Country
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1. Good Times
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2. Sweet Pauline
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3. Cruel Corrine
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4. California Blues
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5. Big Red Fella
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6. Two Long Years
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7. Haunt My Mind
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8. Never Be Lonely
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9. Evenin' Sun
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10. Kneelin' Drunkards Plea
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11. Rosarita #4
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12. Red Headed Gambler
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13. Still to Blame
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14. Copenhagen
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15. Eureka Town
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16. Baby I'm Still Fallin
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Jedd Beaudoin of Witchita, KS F5 paper wrote:

Good Times provides us with a glimpse of the many and diverse voices and experiences that comprise this thing we've come to know and love and revere called Americana. There are places to be remembered (witness their take on Jimmy Rogers' "California Blues" and the original "Eureka Town"), women to remember and to avoid (whether "Sweet Pauline" or "Cruel Corrine") and various and sundry characters of varying repute (whether "Big Red Fella" or the man issuing the "Kneeling Drunkard's Plea"), whose fortunes, good or bad, we can't help but revel in hearing.

The characters who come to life in songs such as "Never Be Lonely," "Rosarita #4" and "Two Long Years" are often as worthy of our attention and affection as those found in the works of John Steinbeck and John Dos Passos, Hank Williams and Willie Nelson, even a Sticky Fingers-era Keith Richards and Mick Jagger, each of them telling their story with aching clarity, the ache coming either from our laughs ("Copenhagen") or tears ("Good Times").

Like the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band and Pure Prairie League before, the Weary Boys is a band given to working with tradition but with an eye fixed on the future, with thoughts of taking American music one or two steps into the future and leaving it a better art form for having known the band.


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