Jackie Greene was only 21 years old when he cut GONE WANDERIN', an album debut that remains a favorite among his fans to this day. On that album, Greene established himself as one of the more notable roots-oriented singer-songwriters on the scene, with a sensitivity and skill that belied his age. The Dylan comparisons came quickly, but Greene has his own voice, a light touch, and a particular blend of folk, country, roots rock, and blues. The Dig Years takes the listener through a satisfying look at Greene's early musical output and the promise of insightful music to come.
Jackie Greene was only 21 years old when he cut GONE WANDERIN', an album debut that remains a favorite among his fans to this day. On that album, Greene established himself as one of the more notable roots-oriented singer-songwriters on the scene, with a sensitivity and skill that belied his age. The Dylan comparisons came quickly, but Greene has his own voice, a light touch, and a particular blend of folk, country, roots rock, and blues. The Dig Years takes the listener through a satisfying look at Greene's early musical output and the promise of insightful music to come.
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Dig Years (Dig)
Artist: Jackie Greene
Format: CD
New: in stock 9.98
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DISC: 1

1. Gone Wanderin'
2. Travelin' Song
3. Georgia
4. Tell Me Mama, Tell Me Right
5. Sweet Somewhere Bound (Live)
6. Gyspy Rose
7. Mexican Girl
8. Love Me Just a Little, I'm Down Here on My Knees
9. The Ballad of Sleepy John 1
10. By the Side of the Road, Dressed to Kill 1
11. Talkin' Midtown Women 1
12. The Red and the Rose 1
13. The Rusty Nail 1
14. Gettin' By 1
15. I've Come Undone 1
16. Falling Back 1
17. Down in the Valley Woe 1
18. Worn Out Welcome

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Jackie Greene was only 21 years old when he cut GONE WANDERIN', an album debut that remains a favorite among his fans to this day. On that album, Greene established himself as one of the more notable roots-oriented singer-songwriters on the scene, with a sensitivity and skill that belied his age. The Dylan comparisons came quickly, but Greene has his own voice, a light touch, and a particular blend of folk, country, roots rock, and blues. The Dig Years takes the listener through a satisfying look at Greene's early musical output and the promise of insightful music to come.