Cimarron Manifesto

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Cimarron Manifesto
Studio album by Jimmy LaFave
Released May 8, 2007
Recorded Austin, Texas
Genre country, folk, singer-songwriter
Label Red House
Producer Jimmy LaFave
Jimmy LaFave chronology
Blue Nightfall
(2005)
Cimarron Manifesto
(2007)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 4/5 stars[1]
Austin Chronicle 3/5 stars[2]
Folkwax (8/10)[3]
PopMatters (6/10)[4]

Cimarron Manifesto is a 2007 album by red dirt singer-songwriter Jimmy LaFave. It is his second release for Red House Records. The album has been critically well received and has appeared at or near the top of many folk/Americana oriented music charts.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Car Outside" (LaFave) - 4:28
  2. "Catch the Wind" (Donovan) - 5:23
  3. "This Land" (LaFave) - 4:47
  4. "Truth" (LaFave) - 2:59
  5. "Lucky Man" (LaFave) - 5:50
  6. "Hideaway Girl" (LaFave) - 4:22
  7. "That's the Way It Goes" (LaFave) - 3:17
  8. "Not Dark Yet" (Dylan) - 6:51
  9. "Walk a Mile in My Shoes" (South) - 4:55
  10. "Don't Ask Me" (LaFave) - 3:11
  11. "Home Once Again" (LaFave) - 6:18
  12. "These Blues" (LaFave) - 3:40

Credits[edit]

Musicians[edit]

Production[edit]

Artwork[edit]

  • Art Direction/Design by Bryan Peterson[6]
  • Photography by Pete Lacker[7]

Charts[edit]

date chart peak
June 11, 2007 Americana Music Association[8] 1
2007 Roots Music Folk 1
2007 Third Coast Music 1
2007 Euro American Chart 1
May & June 2007 FolkDJ-L, Folk Radio Airplay[9] 3

Releases[edit]

year format label catalog #
2007 CD Red House RHR CD 203

External links[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Thom Jurek, "Review: Jimmy LaFave - Cimarron Manifesto", Allmusic
  2. ^ David Lynch, "Texas Platters: Jimmy LaFave - Cimarron Manifesto", Austin Chronicle, May 25, 2007
  3. ^ Arthur Wood, "Red Dirt Tribute and More", FolkWax E-Zine, May 16, 2007, Retrieved January 2, 2008 (Free with registration)
  4. ^ Lana Cooper, "Review: Jimmy LaFave - Cimarron Manifesto", PopMatters, June 11, 2007
  5. ^ Cedar Creek Recording
  6. ^ Peterson Ray & Company, Graphic Design
  7. ^ Pete Lacker - Dallas Photography
  8. ^ Americana Music Association chart for the week of June 11, 2007. Retrieved June 12, 2007.
  9. ^ Top Albums of May 2007, based on playlists posted to folkdj-l, compiled by Richard Gillmann