J.D. King - Here's J.D. King mp3 album

J.D. King - Here's J.D. King mp3 album
  • Performer:
    J.D. King
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    Here's J.D. King
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J.D. King - Here's J.D. King mp3 album

  • Size FLAC version
    1641 mb
  • Size MP3 version
    1692 mb
  • Size WMA version
    1528 mb
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Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Two Six Packs a Day J.D. King J.D. King 3:50
2 Blackberry Road J.D. King J.D. King 3:58
3 Pink Elephant Saloon J.D. King J.D. King 2:20
4 Blue Kentucky Skies J.D. King J.D. King 3:34
5 With Pen in Hand Bobby Goldsboro J.D. King 3:50
6 Long Gone J.D. King J.D. King 3:24
7 Miles J.D. King J.D. King 3:12
8 The Devil and Me J.D. King J.D. King 2:23
9 I'm on My Way Home Again J.D. King 2:44
10 Sleepin' Outdoors J.D. King J.D. King 3:38
11 Peppermint Dream J.D. King J.D. King 3:17


Bobby Goldsboro - Composer
J.D. King - Composer, Primary Artist

I blinked and missed this one. Truth is even if I hadn’t I’d have probably never have had the will to search this one out. I thank King’s and Pete Yorn’s project called The Olms for the heads up. This is like finding a lost gem. King’s talent is prodigious and he has an equally good ear for a melody. What this is a retro-looking country/folkie up-beat ride. There’s a folkie in the mix for sure, but his instrumentation and actual singing voice is pure country before Nashville was the new center of pop music. If you, like me having come to this by way of liking The Olms I guess there is no guarantee you’ll like this. The reason for that is the vibe here is a much purer country one making it totally different I think most would agree. It’s actually as good in it’s difference. This is really tasty and infectious music. It’s a crime that stuff this real and good doesn’t get big radio play. But then what is radio as of 2017? I think there’s at least one or two generations who’ll never know the joy of listening to AM (then in the 70;s FM) radio in the car hoping for a nugget to drop out of the sky. Well, this proves there’s still nuggets to be dropped if by a different medium. So I’m loving that my like of The Olms brought me here. I can’t help but think how I’d love to see J.D. King and Jason Isbell on the same bill. What magic that would likely be. Is there a link between two JD greats, J.D. Souther and J.D. King? Me thinks so listening to this fine album.
Great timeless, country folk rock in the best tradition of the '70s singer-songwriters - James Taylor chief among them. Could have been James Taylor's debut in an alternate universe or timeline.Organically produced and having the sound of someone jamming at a rural estate or country house such as Big Pink or Caribou Ranch.Here's J.D. King is the work of a skilled musician who can write as well as he plays, and whose songs evoke classic country, folk, and the aforementioned greatest folk-rock artists of the '70s.It's all campfires, dirt paths, Pacific Coast seaside vistas, California deserts, a pinch of dust from Bakersfield, rambling jaunts to points East: Tennessee, Kentucky, but also some of the wooded hills of New England, Rocky Mountains, wine and friends in the afternoon, a couple of lazy sunny afternoon beers in good company. Highways and trains, freeways, cars and trucks.... Mesmerizing stuff!