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Chuck Ragan: Gold CountryGold Country (2009)
Side One Dummy Records
Reviewer Rating: 4.5
Contributed by: AnchorsAnchors
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It'll probably be considered heresy to say, but when I first heard Chuck Ragan's Feast or Famine -- specifically "The Boat" -- all I could think was "this is what he should have been doing all along." Don't get me wrong; I love Hot Water Music. I've followed them since No Division and I celebrate.
It'll probably be considered heresy to say, but when I first heard Chuck Ragan's Feast or Famine -- specifically "The Boat" -- all I could think was "this is what he should have been doing all along."
When it rains, son, it pours, and heaven opens its doors to drop hell straight from the sky / The open road's gone and the darkness is calm, enough to take your dear life / Stay awake and breathe, and struggle to stay within the lines, down the lonesome road Ole Diesel, please take me home."Singer-songwriters are a dime a dozen. But Chuck Ragan, well, he's something special.
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