The Car Over the Lake Album

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The Car Over the Lake Album
Studio album by The Ozark Mountain Daredevils
Released September 1975
Genre Country rock, Southern rock
Label A&M
Producer David Anderle
The Ozark Mountain Daredevils chronology
It'll Shine When It Shines
(1974)
The Car Over the Lake Album
(1975)
Men From Earth
(1976)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 4/5 stars[1]

The Car Over the Lake Album is the third album by the Southern country rock band the Ozark Mountain Daredevils. Recorded in Nashville, Tennessee, it was named after its cheerfully surreal cover illustration, which was borrowed from a poster advertising one of the band's college gigs. This package originally included a 33⅓ rpm red acetate E.P. record nicknamed The Little Red Record that was only available in the very first pressings of the album. These tracks were included on later CD releases of the album.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Keep On Churnin'" (John Dillon)
  2. "If I Only Knew" (Larry Lee & Steve Cash)
  3. "Leatherwood" (Randle Chowning)
  4. "Cobblestone Mountain" (Steve Cash)
  5. "Mr. Powell" (Larry Lee)
  6. "Gypsy Forest" (Randle Chowning & Steve Cash)
  7. "Thin Ice" (Randle Chowning & Steve Cash)
  8. "From Time to Time" (Larry Lee & John Dillon)
  9. "Southern Cross" (Steve Cash & John Dillon)
  10. "Out on the Sea" (John Dillon & Elizabeth Anderson)
  11. "Whippoorwill" (Randle Chowning)

Personnel[edit]

The Daredevils

Other musicians who helped:

  • Weldon Myrick - pedal steel guitar
  • Farrell Morris - orchestra bells
  • Nancy Blake - cello

Production[edit]

  • Producer: David Anderle
  • Recording and re-mixing engineer: Marty Lewis
  • Assisted by: Kent Nebergall
  • Recorded at Quadrafonic Sound Studios. Nashville, Tennessee
  • Re-mixed at Sunset Sound Recorders. Los Angeles
  • Mastered by: Doug Sax at the Mastering Lab
  • Art Direction: Roland Young
  • Album Design: Chuck Beeson
  • Front Cover Illustration Murv Jacob
  • Lettering: Stan Evenson
  • Back Photos: Jim Mayfield, Billy Higgins. Kansas Film Works
  • Photography: Bill Higgins, Jeremy Parkin
  • Artist Management: Good Karma Productions

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