Judge Jerrod & the Hung Jury ()

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Track Listing
  1. Intro
  2. They Should Have Named You Cocaine
  3. Lover, Lover
  4. Phone Call at 3 A.M.
  5. Down in Mexico
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  1. Intro
  2. They Should Have Named You Cocaine
  3. Lover, Lover
  4. Phone Call at 3 A.M.
  5. Down in Mexico
  6. What Do You Want
  7. A Friendly Request
  8. The Buckin' Song
  9. Old School New Again
  10. Intermission
  11. Come Back to Me
  12. Drunken Complaint
  13. How Can I Be so Thirsty
  14. Bakersfield
  15. A Concerned Fan
  16. One More Drinkin' Song
  17. I Hope You Get What You Deserve
  18. Deep Thoughts
  19. For Everclear
  20. Outro
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Jerrod Niemann made his first inroads into the Music City as a professional songwriter, penning songs recorded by Garth Brooks, Neal McCoy, and Blake Shelton, and there's a certain sense of sharp, smooth professionalism on his 2010 major-label debut Judge Jerrod & the Hung Jury, a sense that he casually demonstrates how he can please any audience that comes his way. He's anchored in the breezy, beachside frat-country that's been in vogue ever since Kenny Chesney's Jimmy Buffett tribute took the world by storm at the turn of ...

Judge Jerrod & the Hung Jury 2010, Sea Gayle Records

UPC: 886976572020

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