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Larry Jon Wilson


Download links and information about Larry Jon Wilson by Larry Jon Wilson. This album was released in 2009 and it belongs to Country genres. It contains 12 tracks with total duration of 49:32 minutes.

Artist: Larry Jon Wilson
Release date: 2009
Genre: Country
Tracks: 12
Duration: 49:32
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No. Title Length
1. Shoulders 3:17
2. Losers Trilogy 7:01
3. Heartland 4:15
4. Long About Now 2:36
5. Me With No You 2:26
6. Feel Alright Again 2:33
7. I Am No Dancer 2:21
8. Goodbye Eyes 3:50
9. Rocking With You 3:47
10. Throw My Hands Up 2:33
11. Whore Trilogy 10:48
12. Where From 4:05



Along with the likes of Tony Joe White and Bobbie Gentry, Georgia boy Larry Jon Wilson was one of the prime exponents of country soul, blending greasy grooves and good-ol' boy twang on a string of stellar but poorly selling '70s albums. After decades in a sort of self-imposed exile, Wilson was coaxed out of hiding by singer/songwriters Jerry DeCicca (Black Swans) and Jeb Loy Nichols for what would be his swan song; he died two years after its 2008 release. Made in the sparest, most spontaneous of circumstances, the album finds Wilson sans rhythm section, accompanied only by his own acoustic guitar and the occasional violin of Black Swans' Noel Sayre (who died tragically in '08). Instead of funky beats, Wilson lays his huge, papa-bear voice across some savory country and folk ballads. Some of the tunes are penned by other artists—Wilson masterfully combines Paul Siebel's "Louise," Mickey Newbury's "Frisco Mabel Joy," and Dave Loggins' "Sunset Woman" into a medley helpfully dubbed "The Whore Trilogy."