Tomorrow the Green Grass

The Jayhawks - Tomorrow the Green Grass
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Based on 6 reviews
1995 Ratings: #69 / 444
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Based on 14 ratings
February 14, 1995 / Release Date
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Neil Young is more than likely the influence that piqued my interest in the Country Rock sound. And, I can vividly recall going to see Yes live only to discover that Poco was the opening act. Poco? WTF x infinity cubed. I bought this LP before 'Hollywood Town Hall'. The only track that fails me is the homage to Victoria Williams titled, 'Miss Williams' Guitar' which grates my nerves even to this very day. [Laughing... Imagine that, will you Mark Cooper!] This album is filled with exceptional ... read more
Bittersweet country-rock, well balanced but a bit dated.
13. Miss Williams' Guitar
12. Blue
11. Ann Jane
10. Real Light
9. I'd Run Away
8. Red's Song
7. Ten Little Kids
6. See Him on the Street
5. Pray for Me
4. Two Hearts
3. Over My Shoulder
2. Nothing Left to Borrow
1. Bad Time
One of the most enduring bands from the 90s alt-country boom, The Jayhawks are at their populist, spirited best on “Tomorrow The Green Grass.” More so than the singer-songwriters of their scene, The Jayhawks call to mind the country-rockers of the 1970s, but “Tomorrow The Green Grass” updates this classic sound by incorporating both a grittier rock edge and a diverse instrumental palette. The band was always at their best with lead singers Mark Olson and Gary Louris ... read more
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Track List

  1. Blue
  2. I'd Run Away
  3. Miss Williams' Guitar
  4. Two Hearts
  5. Real Light
  6. Over My Shoulder
  7. Bad Time
  8. See Him on the Street
  9. Nothing Left to Borrow
  10. Ann Jane
  11. Pray for Me
  12. Red's Song
  13. Ten Little Kids
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Added on: September 27, 2014