|Studio album by Pinmonkey|
|Released||October 8, 2002|
Pinmonkey is a self-titled album released by the American country music group Pinmonkey. It was issued in late 2002 on BNA Records. The album peaked at #17 on the Top Country Albums charts and produced two Top 40 country singles: "Barbed Wire and Roses" and "I Drove All Night". It is also their only major-label release.
"Barbed Wire and Roses" was the first release from Pinmonkey. In late 2002, this song reached a peak of number 25 on the Billboard country charts. Following this song was the only other single release from the album, a cover of Cyndi Lauper's "I Drove All Night". Pinmonkey's cover peaked at number 36 on the country charts and was their final Top 40 country hit. Also covered on this album is "Fly", originally recorded by Sugar Ray. The song "Augusta" was previously included on Pinmonkey's 2002 independent release Speak No Evil. Dolly Parton provided harmony vocals on their cover of her 1976 composition "Falling Out of Love With Me".
After this song, the band released a cover of Robbie Fulks' "Let's Kill Saturday Night", but after this song failed to make Top 40, the band exited BNA's roster. They would not release another album until 2006's Big Shiny Cars.
- "Slow Train' Comin'" (Ashley Gorley, Melissa Pierce, Bryant Simpson) – 3:49
- "Jar of Clay" (Michael Reynolds) – 2:50
- "Every Time It Rains" (Leslie Satcher, Bobby Carmichael) – 3:50
- "Augusta" (Gwil Owen) – 4:54
- "Fly" (Charles Frazier, Murphy Karges, Mark McGrath, Joseph Nichol, Alan Shacklock, Rodney Sheppard) – 3:20
- "Falling Down" (Jeff Skorik) – 3:38
- "The Longest Road" (Reynolds) – 4:12
- "Falling Out of Love with Me" (Dolly Parton) – 3:44
- background vocals: Dolly Parton
- "Barbed Wire and Roses" (Tia Sillers, Mark Selby, Sean Locke) – 3:15
- "I Drove All Night" (Tom Kelly, Billy Steinberg) – 3:29
- "Stay With Us" (Mavis Staples) – 3:20
- Chad Jeffers – Dobro, lap steel guitar, banjo, acoustic guitar, background vocals
- Michael Jeffers – bass guitar
- Michael Reynolds – lead vocals, acoustic guitar
- Rick Shell – drums, percussion, acoustic guitar, background vocals
- Bob Britt – acoustic guitar, electric guitar, 12-string electric guitar
- Al Perkins — electric guitar on "The Longest Road"
- Ricky Skaggs – mandolin on "Augusta"
- Bryan Sutton – acoustic guitar, mandolin
- Michael Webb – Hammond B-3 organ, electric piano, Farfisa organ, Wurlitzer
- Paul Worley — acoustic guitar, electric guitar
- Rusty Young – banjo and mandolin on "Slow Train Comin'"
|U.S. Billboard Top Country Albums||17|
|U.S. Billboard 200||126|
|U.S. Billboard Top Heatseekers||3|
- Hage, Erik. "Pinmonkey review". Allmusic. Retrieved 2009-10-17.