Country Style (album)
|Studio album by Ramblin' Jack Elliott|
|Producer||Kenneth S. Goldstein|
|Ramblin' Jack Elliott chronology|
Cover of the reissue of Country Style and Jack Elliott at the Second Fret
Writing for Allmusic, music critic Ronnie D. Lankford, Jr. wrote the album "On Country Style, one can see the rambling doctor's son come into his own as a performer... Elliott steps away from the past to carve out an irreverent, slap-happy style that showed that folk music, when handled without studious care, could be a helluva lot of fun... Country Style represents the first flowering of Elliott's talent and turning point for folk traditionalism."
- Country Style was reissued on CD by Fantasy Records in 1999 along with Jack Elliott at the Second Fret.
All songs Traditional unless otherwise noted.
- "Mean Mama Blues" (Mitchell & Mulligan)
- "Low and Lonely" (Fred Rose)
- "Wreck of the Old '97" (Henry Clay Work)
- "Old Shep" (Red Foley)
- "Wabash Cannonball" (A. P. Carter)
- "Brown Eyes"
- "Lovesick Blues" (Cliff Friend, Irving Mills)
- "Arthritis Blues" (Butch Hayes)
- "Take Me Back and Love Me One More Time"
- "Tennessee Stud" (Jimmy Driftwood)
- "Those Brown Eyes" (Alan Arkin, Bill Carey, Erik Darling, Woody Guthrie)
- "Detour" (Paul Westmoreland)
- "Soldier's Last Letter" (Ernest Tubb, Redd Stewart)
- Ramblin' Jack Elliott – vocals, harmonica, guitar