Jack Ingram (album)

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Jack Ingram
Studio album by Jack Ingram
Released September 30, 1995
Recorded 1995
Genre Country
Length 43:42
Label Crystal Clear Sound
Producer Morgan Brown, Jimmy Gooch, Michael Mayer, Cary Pierce, Terry Slemmons, Brady Wood
Jack Ingram chronology
Jack Ingram
(1995)
Live at Adair's
(1995)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 4/5 stars [1]

Jack Ingram is the eponymous debut album by country music artist Jack Ingram. It was the first of three albums released by Ingram on the Crystal Clear Sound label in 1995. No singles were released from this album. Most of the tracks from this album were re-released on the compilation album Young Man in 2004 along with tracks from his second studio album, Lonesome Question.

Content[edit]

The majority of the album's tracks were written by Ingram. The opening track "Beat Up Ford" would become Ingram's trademark song in his early career as well as the name of his back-up band. It would be re-recorded for his second studio album, Lonesome Question. The track "Make My Heart Flutter" would be re-recorded as "Flutter" on Ingram's 1997 album Livin' or Dyin'. The album also features several covers of classic songs. Merle Haggard's "Mama Tried" was first recorded by him in 1968 on the album of the same name. The album closes with covers of Willie Nelson's "Pick up the Tempo" from the 1978 album Waylon & Willie and Robert Earl Keen's 1989 song "The Road Goes on Forever".

Track listing[edit]

All tracks composed by Jack Ingram unless noted

No. Title Writer(s) Length
1. "Beat Up Ford"     3:44
2. "Sight Unseen"     2:44
3. "Make My Heart Flutter"   Colin Boyd 2:37
4. "Beyond My Means"     2:47
5. "Mama Tried"   Merle Haggard 2:55
6. "A Song for Amy"     4:35
7. "Things Get Cloudy"     3:05
8. "The Fisherman"     3:29
9. "Me and You"     2:42
10. "Drive On"     5:34
11. "Pick Up the Tempo"   Willie Nelson 2:38
12. "The Road Goes on Forever"   Robert Earl Keen 6:52

Personnel[edit]

Taken from liner notes.[2]

References[edit]

  1. '^ Chrispell, James. "Jack Ingram — Jack Ingram". Allmusic. Retrieved 2009-12-06. 
  2. ^ Jack Ingram (CD). Jack Ingram. Crystal Clear Sound. 1995. ?.