The Jayhawks (album)
|Studio album by The Jayhawks|
|Genre||Alt-country, country rock|
|The Jayhawks chronology|
Out of print for many years, the album was digitally remastered from reel-to-reel and reissued by Lost Highway Records on May 18, 2010. The re-release features an eleven-page booklet designed by Mark Olson.
"Falling Star" is available on Music From The North Country - The Jayhawks Anthology.
In his review for Allmusic, critic Mark Deming contrasts the early Jayhawks sound with their later work and noted "though it captures some strong and confident performances from a fine band, it's clear they were still a few years away from finding the sound that would make Blue Earth and Hollywood Town Hall some of the most memorable music to come from the first wave of alt-country."
- "Falling Star"
- "Tried and True Love"
- "Let the Critics Wonder"
- "Let the Last Night be the Longest (Lonesome Morning)"
- "Behind Bars"
- "Cherry Pie"
- "The Liquor Store Came First"
- "People in This Place on Every Side"
- "Misery Tavern"
- "(I'm Not in) Prison"
- "King of Kings"
- "Good Long Time"
- "Six Pack on the Dashboard"
- Additional musicians
- Cal Hand – pedal steel guitar
- Charlie Pine – piano (on "King of Kings")
- Produced by Charlie Pine