South, Joe

South, Joe

Sealed 2017 Stereo Reissue As Part Of Their Reissues Celebrating 75 Years Of Captiol Records. Joe South's Debut LP Was Deleted Almost Too Quickly For Most Listeners To Find It, Much Less Hear It. Now Regarded As A Country-Soul Classic (And, Perhaps, The First Country-Soul Album), Introspect Anticipated The Sound That Elvis Presley And Tony Joe White Would Both Bring To The Fore In The Following Year, Except That It Was Even More Ambitious Than Presley Or White, Mixing And Bending Genres In New And Exciting Ways. Country, Eastern Raga, Gutbucket Soul, And Pop All Brush Up Against Each Other Within The Same Songs, Some Of Which Sound Like Elvis Singing With A Backing Band That Included James Burton And Ravi Shankar. And Thanks To South's Use Of Various Electronic Devices In Association With The Considerable Virtuosity In The Playing, And His Exceptional Singing, This Is Still A Bracing Album Four Decades Later.
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  • Artist: South, Joe
  • Genre: Rock
  • Type: New - LP
  • Catalog ID: ST 108
  • Condition:
    Mint (M)
  • Country ID: USA
  • Our ID: 165127

Track List

A1 All My Hard Times 2:52
A2 Rose Garden 2:46
A3 Mirror Of Your Mind 4:32
A4 Redneck 3:12
A5 Don't Throw Your Love To The Wind 2:46
A6 The Greatest Love 2:28
B1 Games People Play 3:30
B2 These Are Not My People 2:28
B3 Don't You Be Ashamed 3:09
B4 Birds Of A Feather 4:14
B5 Gabriel 7:11