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Wildfires + Misfires


Download links and information about Wildfires + Misfires by Jason & The Scorchers. This album was released in 2002 and it belongs to Rock, Rock & Roll, Country, Alternative genres. It contains 19 tracks with total duration of 01:11:54 minutes.

Artist: Jason & The Scorchers
Release date: 2002
Genre: Rock, Rock & Roll, Country, Alternative
Tracks: 19
Duration: 01:11:54
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No. Title Length
1. Absolutely Sweet Marie 2:54
2. Shop It Around 2:49
3. Lost Highway (Live) 2:21
4. Long Black Veil 4:09
5. Tear It Up (Live) (featuring Jason, The Scorchers) 7:50
6. If Money Talks 3:06
7. Polk Salad Annie (Live) 4:14
8. Don't Stop Doin' It 2:55
9. Comin' 'Round 2:56
10. Fallen Angel 4:33
11. Too Much Too Young 4:43
12. Break Open the Sky 3:20
13. The Slow Train Never Ends (featuring Jason, The Scorchers) 4:32
14. Window Town 4:27
15. Buried Me Like a Bone 3:42
16. Ruby Don't Take Your Love to Town (featuring Jason, The Scorchers, Rick Richards) 4:56
17. Jimmie Rodgers' Last Blue Yodel 2:53
18. Cappuccino Rose 3:50
19. Gospel Plow 1:44



Jason & The Scorchers were one of cow punk's greats. Long before the alt-country movement came along, Jason Ringenberg and company were taking country classics and turning up the volume and ramping up the speed. This collection of demos, live performances, and unreleased studio recordings is an excellent alternate retrospective of the group's early days and onward. There's a 1983 demo of Bob Dylan's "Absolutely Sweet Marie," a live version of Hank Williams' "Lost Highway," and an acoustic take on "Long Black Veil." There's also 1985's "Tear It Up," which features guitarist Warner Hodges and legend Link Wray. "Comin' 'Round" is an early take of "Crashin' Down" from Still Standing. Drummer Perry Baggs sings "If Money Talks." Hodges' mother, Blanche, duets on "The Slow Train Never Ends." Rick Richards and the band pummel through "Ruby, Don't Take Your Love to Town." This is an exemplary collection, and alongside The EMI Years it provides a complete look at one of rock 'n' roll's most influential (and often overlooked) groups.