Oklawaha County Laissez-Faire

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Oklawaha County Laissez-Faire
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Live album by Gamble Rogers
Released 1996
Genre Folk
Length 33:54
Label Flying Fish Records, Inc
Producer Robin McBride
Gamble Rogers chronology
Sorry Is As Sorry Does
(1986)
Oklawaha County Laissez-Faire
(1996)
Signs of a Misspent Youth
(1999)

Oklawaha County Laissez-Faire is the fourth album from folk singer Gamble Rogers.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Orange Blossom Special (Beginning)" - 2:04
  2. "The Philosophers" - 2:30
  3. "Nine Pound Hammer" - 6:07
  4. "Dogs and Dawgs" - 3:54
  5. "Cape Canaveral Talking Blues" - 5:00
  6. "Two Little Boys" - 3:34
  7. "Saturday Afternoon" - 5:07
  8. "The Terminal Tavern" - 7:19
  9. "Penrod & Enfrieda" - 6:28
  10. "Orange Blossom Special (Finale)" - 3:11

Credits[edit]

Recorded Live at The Garden Theatre in Charleston, SC (March 26, 1988)
Produced by Robin McBride for Bird Productions with Gamble Rogers
Digitally Recorded by WSCI-FM, Mt. Pleasant, SC
Recording Engineer: Dana Whitehair
Digital Edited & Mixed at: The Chicago Recording Co., Chicago, IL
Mixing Engineering: Mark Ruff
Mastered by: Ray Valla & Bob McPeek at Mirror Image Studios, Gainesville, Florida
Album Photography: Catherine L. Strauss
Graphics: Paula Rosen of Anything Graphic, Gainesville, FL
Oklawaha Records Logo by: Rob Blount

The Play[edit]

A similarly titled unpublished 2-act play of the same name was also written in 1984 by Rogers under the "Steady Arm Music" label. The play consists of many of Rogers' stories refined and tied together to be performed. A draft of the play is currently held by the Gamble Rogers Memorial Foundation.