Sunday, November 16, 2008


Digitized from the original vinyl, released in 1977 on Monument Records.
Format: Mp3
Bit Rate: 320 kbps
Produced By: Wayne Moss & Barefoot Jerry for Pumpkin Productions
Engineered By: John Moss, Wayne Moss

Recorded & Mixed At: Cinderella Studio, Madison TN
Cover Art: Ken Kim
I Ain't Gettin' No Touchin'
Keep On Funkin'
Sentimental Man

Dixie Dancer
Hiroshima Hole
Tokin' Ticket
Headin' For The Hills
Highland Grass
Guitar - Wayne Moss, Barry Chance, Russ Hicks, Mike McBride
Steel Guitar - Russ Hicks
Keyboards - Charlie McCoy, Brry Chance
Bass - Wayne Moss, Mike McBride, Barry Chance

Drums - Si Edwards
Harmoncia - Charlie McCoy
Dobro - Russ Hicks

Jews Harp - Charlie McCoy
Vibes - Wayne Moss, Si Edwards
Mandolin - Mike McBride
Flutes - Charlie McCoy
Moog - Wayne Moss
Banjo - Buddy Blackman
Dobro - Buddy Blackman
Percussion - Si Edwards, Wayne Moss, Mike McBride
Backing Vocals - Barefoot Jerry
By Yours Truly

This is probably my favorite BJ album if someone was forcing me to pick one. For this one there seemed to be a more cohesiveness to the band and the record. The addition of Charlie McCoy on harp and other assorted instruments doesn't hurt either. Sitting here trying to pick out a couple favorite tunes and having a hard time of it cuz I like 'em all, but Sentinmental Man, Hiroshima Hole & Headin' for the Hills are probably the ones that I sing along with the most and that must mean something right?
Too bad there wasn't a sequel to this one, it probably would've been a knockout.
READ THIS for more information on this album.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Their is no bigger Barefoot Jerry fan than me. I saw them many times in Nashville, (plus Martin TN).
I have became friends with original member Mac Gayden, and continue to go see him and his current band Zenphonic.
I do not have the last Barefoot Jerry CD (last two albums), but will buy it after reading your review. I can't see it being better than the first two CD's, but I will find out. I remember seeing that version of the band at Nashville's Exit In with Charlie McCoy, Barry Chance, and those guys. They always were great, no matter what musicians were there.
Thanks for the link to my Barefoot Jerry page.
Pat at

Sunday, November 16, 2008 at 10:51:00 AM EST  
Blogger Tom Eckels said...

Hey, thanks for stopping by Pat and thanks for the great Barefoot Jerry site too.


Sunday, November 16, 2008 at 12:32:00 PM EST  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

great to see barefoot jerry being recognised-had a double album which i think was made up of their first two albums,great stuff- think i got it because mac gayden may have been on it-and that led me onto these which i'm sure i liked too.

Monday, November 17, 2008 at 5:47:00 PM EST  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I didn't find what's your e-mail. I'd like to know the Joe Vitale's Plantation Harbour. My e-mail is

Best Regards

Sunday, November 23, 2008 at 8:27:00 AM EST  
Blogger Tom Eckels said...

It's really pretty simple. you go to my profile and the email addy is right there.
Ya also need to read and follow the instructions at the end of each post bfore emailing me.
For the's probably not a good idea to put your email addy in the comments section...send me an email and only I see it. Make sense?


Sunday, November 23, 2008 at 4:40:00 PM EST  

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