Juarez (album)

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Juarez
TerryAllen Juarez.jpg
Studio album by Terry Allen
Released1975
GenreCountry
LabelSugar Hill
ProducerJamie Howell, Terry Allen
Terry Allen chronology
Juarez
(1975)
Lubbock (On Everything)
(1979)
Professional ratings
Review scores
SourceRating
Pitchfork Media(8.0/10) [1]
Robert Christgau(C+)[2]

Juarez is the debut album released by Terry Allen in 1975. The album has been reissued on compact disc by Sugar Hill Records.[3]

Track listing[edit]

  1. "The Juarez Device" (aka "Texican Badman")
  2. "The Characters/ A Simple Story"
  3. "Cortez Sail"
  4. "Border Palace"
  5. "Dogwood"
  6. "Writing On Rocks Across The USA"
  7. "The Radio...And Real Life"
  8. "There Oughta Be a Law Against Sunny Southern California"
  9. "What of Alicia"
  10. "Honeymoon in Cortez"
  11. "Four Corners"
  12. "The Run South"
  13. "Jabo/Street Walkin' Woman"
  14. "Cantina Carlotta"
  15. "La Despedida (The Parting)"
  16. "El Camino Instrumental"
  17. "El Camino"

Personnel[edit]

  • Terry Allen - vocals, piano, maracas
  • Peter Kaukonen - guitar, mandolin
  • Greg Douglass - guitar
  • Diane Harris, Peter Kaukonen - vocals

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