Merrimack County (album)

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Merrimack County
Studio album by Tom Rush
Released April 1972
Recorded 1972
Genre Country rock/Folk rock
Label Columbia
Producer Tom Rush
Tom Rush chronology
Wrong End of the Rainbow
Merrimack County
Ladies Love Outlaws
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 3/5 stars [1]

Merrimack County is the 1972 album from pioneer Folk rock musician Tom Rush. The standout tracks are "Mink Julip", "Mother Earth", "Jamaica, Say You Will", "Wind on the Water" and "Roll Away the Grey".

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Kids These Days" (Tom Rush, Trevor Veitch) No. 1 in Boston 1972 WBCN AOR Radio
  2. "Mink Julip" (Tom Rush)
  3. "Mother Earth" (Eric Kaz) TOP TEN Boston 1972 AOR Radio FIRST ENVIRONMENTAL SONG
  4. "Jamaica, Say You Will" (Jackson Browne)
  5. "Merrimack County II" (Tom Rush, Trevor Veitch)
  6. "Gypsy Boy" (Bob Carpenter)
  7. "Wind on the Water" (Tom Rush)
  8. "Roll Away the Grey" (Bob Carpenter)
  9. "Seems the Songs" (Tom Rush)
  10. "Gone Down River" (Tom Rush)


  • Tom Rush - guitar, lead vocals
  • Trevor Veitch - guitar, mandolin, background vocals
  • James Rolleston - bass, background vocals
  • Gary Mallaber - drums, percussion, vibraphone
  • Paul Armia - fiddle
  • Erik Robertson - organ, piano
  • Bill Stevenson - piano
  • Kathryn Moses - flute
  • John Savage - drums


  • Producer: Tom Rush
  • Recording Engineer: Jay Messina
  • Liner Notes: unknown
  • Cover Art: unknown