Shooter Jennings - Countach mp3 album

Shooter Jennings - Countach mp3 album
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    Shooter Jennings
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Shooter Jennings - Countach mp3 album

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    1279 mb
  • Size MP3 version
    1321 mb
  • Size WMA version
    1332 mb
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Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Loading Shooter Jennings 0:47
2 Countach Shooter Jennings 3:24
3 From Here to Eternity Shooter Jennings 4:27
4 I'm Left, You're Right, She's Gone Shooter Jennings 5:59
5 Born to Die Shooter Jennings 4:52
6 Chase Shooter Jennings 2:53
7 Love Kills Shooter Jennings 5:02
8 The Neverending Story Shooter Jennings 4:33
9 Cat People Shooter Jennings 8:10


David Byrnes - Legal Advisor
Brandi Carlile - Featured Artist
Neal Casal - Guitar
Katy Cole - Vocals
Rocky Davies - Cover Illustration
Richard Garriott De Cayeux - Featured Artist
Jamie Douglass - Drums
Phil Hanseroth - Vocals
Tim Hanseroth - Vocals
Jon Hensley - Executive Producer
Shooter Jennings - Engineer, Guitar, Keyboards, Primary Artist, Producer, Programming, Vocals
Ted Russell Kamp - Bass (Acoustic), Bass (Electric)
Pete Lyman - Mastering
Marilyn Manson - Featured Artist
Keith Neltner - Design, Layout
Mark Rains - Engineer
Aubrey Richmond - Fiddle
John Schreffler - Guitar
David Spreng - Mixing
Cliff Wagoner - Fiddle
Steve Young - Featured Artist

On Countach (for Giorgio), Shooter Jennings seems to be at his most playful. Like on Daft Punk’s Random Access Memories before, Italian composer Giorgio Moroder is being celebrated. Unlike with Daft Punk, where it seemed almost too obvious, Jennings’s Countach is refreshingly new and different, as a country fried electronic music tribute album should be. The album works in unexpected ways. The combination of synth and fiddle blends together smoothly, especially in the version of The Neverending Story with Brandi Carlile. Everybody seems to be having a good time on this record, especially Jennings. There’s still the outlaw attitude that Jennings inherited in I’m left, You’re Right, She’s Gone and Born to Die only the added synth flourishes take the vibe from the honky-tonk to Studio 54. Maybe not quite that far, but you get the picture. The standout track, a cover of David Bowie’s Cat People with Marilyn Manson gave me goosebumps. Manson is doing his best to match Bowie’s sultry croon and the whole track has a great creepy feel. Countach may seem like an oddity and die-hard country fans may dismiss it but it is definitely worth a listen. I found myself grinning from beginning to end.