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Nashville Underground

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Jerry Reed 1968

Review

Nashville Underground goes even further in a country-pop direction than its predecessor, The Unbelievable Guitar & Voice, with only the riotous "Tupelo Mississippi Flash" coming close to the wild swing that is Reed's trademark. The rest of the record is devoted to highly polished, exquisitely produced country-pop, much of it written by Jerry himself, who is game to croon ballads like "Remembering" or to take a breezy summertime stroll on "A Thing Called Love." Some of this is so delicately layered it borders on baroque AM pop -- "You Wouldn't Know a Good Thing" and "Save Your Dreams" sound like the sunshine pop coming out of the West Coast -- and if that isn't quite what anybody expects from notorious wildman Jerry Reed, it's nevertheless a thoroughly engaging piece of period pop. ~ Stephen Thomas Erlewine
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  1. # Track Artist Length
  2. 1 Remembering Jerry Reed 2:48
  3. 2 A Thing Called Love Jerry Reed 2:19
  4. 3 You Wouldn't Know a Good Thing Jerry Reed 2:43
  5. 4 Save Your Dreams Jerry Reed 1:52
  6. 5 Almost Crazy Jerry Reed 2:39
  7. 6 You've Been Cryin' Again Jerry Reed 2:4
  8. 7 Fine on My Mind Jerry Reed 2:36
  9. 8 Tupelo Mississippi Flash Jerry Reed 2:43
  10. 9 Wabash Cannonball Jerry Reed 2:28
  11. 10 Hallelujah, I Love Her So Jerry Reed 2:49
  12. 11 John Henry Jerry Reed 2:21

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