is the seventh album by the Political Manifest Original Harmony Ridge Creekdippers, released in 2004. The album reflects singer/songwriter Mark Olson's disgust at the state of the US. It was released on Mercy Recordings in the US. 
Reception [ edit ]
Uncut magazine gave the album a score of 3 and wrote "[Olson's] disgust at the state of the nation as befits all things Creekdipper is elegantly realised, simmering over a bedrock of soft piano, woody guitars and some slow, funky blues" 
Track listing [ edit ]
All songs Mark Olson except where noted.
"Walk with Them"
"Senator Byrd Speech"
"Where is My Baby Boy"
"George Bush Industriale"
"Portrait of a Sick America"
"My Father Knows Foes" (Traditional)
"The End of the Highway"
"Coming, Coming" (Traditional)
Personnel [ edit ]
Mark Olson – vocals, piano, dulcimer, bass, flute
Victoria Williams – vocals, electric guitar, tres Ray Woods – vocals, drums
Don Heffington – vocals, bass harmonica, saw
Tom Freund – bass, organ
Greg Leisz – dobro
Production notes [ edit ]
Mark Olson – producer, engineer
David Vaught – mixing
Bob Stone – mastering
References [ edit ]