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It's that fine Backslider's wine. It's just that fine Backslider's wine, CHORUS: That made me leave my home.
is a live progressive country album by Jerry Jeff Walker and The Lost Gonzo Band recorded August 18, 1973 at the Luckenbach Dancehall in Luckenbach, Texas, and released later that year on MCA Nashville Records. As the rain ruins my alibi.
However, Jerry Jeff Walker took legal issue with the album. The song's ribald lyrics, uptempo rock beat and firmly country-rooted instrumentation make it a prime example of the "outlaw" phenomenon. The album captures Walker's strived-for "gonzo country" sound, a laid-back country base with notes of "outlaw" rock, blues, and traditional Mexican norteño and Tejano styles. Do not drink backslider's wine. A bit of Texas tradition is captured in "Sangria Wine," a recollection of nights passed in the company of friends, Mexican food, and the titular potent potable. Many of the original Lost Gonzo Band members from the 1973 session appeared on the album, along with new artists who have become part of the "red dirt" or Texas Country scene like Cory Morrow, Jimmy LaFave, and The Derailers. "Get It Out" and "Wheel", which both make their lone showings in Walker's recorded output here, are twin sides of the same coin: the first a declaration of defiant living, the second a meditation on the fragile and transitory nature of life. The Lost Gonzo Band in several forms and with myriad varying members continues as Walker's backing to this day. The album captures the band early in their life, and their simultaneously laid-back and tight style contributes heavily to the album's enduring popularity. I cannot drink Backslider's wine no more. Lyrics © CARLIN AMERICA INC, Round Hill Music Big Loud Songs.
And do not drink Backslider's wine, But I took myself for a kind and loving soul Michael Martin Murphy As the rain ruins my alibi I'm down to tellin' you my red-eyed mind It's not the sun bright path That called me from my home Written-By. The Lost Gonzo Band as featured on the album included Gary P. Nunn and Kelly Dunn on keyboards (standard and electric piano and Hammond B-3 organ), Herb Steiner on pedal steel guitar, Craig Hillis on electric and acoustic guitars, Bob Livingston on bass, Michael McGeary on drums, country veteran Mickey Raphael on harmonica, and Mary Egan on fiddle, with Joanne Vent and many others contributing backup vocals.
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