Maddogs & Okies CD (2005)

Artist: Jamie Oldaker

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Label Concord Jazz/universal
SKU 63992526
UPC 013431226727
UPC 14 00013431226727
Format CD
Release Date 8/30/2005
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Author Jamie Oldaker
Technical Info
Engineer Chet Himes; Brando Marius; Richard Feldman; Tom Weir; Walt Richmond; David Teegarden; David Chapman; Chad Hailey
Producer Jamie Oldaker; Richard Feldman; Walt Richmond; David Teegarden; Jamie Oldaker (Compilation)
CatalogID 2267
Lable Name Concord
Released 08/30/2005
Original Release 2005
Number of Discs 1
SPARE Code n/a
Mono/Stereo Stereo
Studio/Live Studio
UPC 00013431226727
Album Notes and Credits
Personnel: Jamie Oldaker (drums, percussion); Wiley Hunt (vocals, guitar); Peter Frampton, Vince Gill (vocals, acoustic guitar, electric guitar); Richard Feldman (vocals, acoustic guitar); Eric Clapton, J.J. Cale, Ray Benson, The Steve Pryor Band, Taj Mahal (vocals, electric guitar); Tony Joe White (vocals, Spanish guitar, harmonica); Ellen Feltsky, Willie Nelson, Bonnie Bramlett (vocals); Martin Crutchfield (acoustic guitar, electric guitar, dobro); Willis Alan Ramsey (acoustic guitar, slide guitar); Christine Lakeland, Joe Feltsky (acoustic guitar); Ron Getman (electric guitar, steel guitar); Don White , John R. Ferguson, Jim Byfield (electric guitar); Joe Bonamassa (slide guitar); Shelby Eicher (mandolin, fiddle); Fats Kaplin (fiddle, accordion); John Catchings (cello); Jimmy Markham (harmonica); Walt Richmond (piano, Clavinet, organ); Bob Mayo (piano, organ, synthesizer); Dick Sims (Fender Rhodes piano, organ); Royce Rice, Rocky Frisco (organ); David Spricher, Viktor Krauss (acoustic bass); Casey Van Beek (bass guitar); Jim Karstein (drums, tambourine, percussion); Jimmy Lee Keltner, Chuck Blackwell (drums); Jeremy Kelsey, Joslyn Keel, Dante Pope, Brandon Colvin, Latimer Street Quartet, Jenny Gill, Bekka Bramlett (background vocals).
Audio Mixers: David Z. ; J.J. Cale; Richard Feldman; Walt Richmond; Chad Hailey.
Liner Note Author: Jamie Oldaker.
Recording information: House Recordings, Nashville, TN; Masterlink Studio, Nashville, TN; Natura Digital Studio, Beggs, OK; Orca Studios, Encino, CA; RAW Studio, Tulsa, OK.
Veteran session drummer Jamie Oldaker was born and raised in Tulsa, OK, and has a pronounced soft spot for the country, blues, and roots rock sounds of his home state. With that in mind, Oldaker assembled the album Mad Dogs & Okies as a tribute to Oklahoma's musical heritage (with an accompanying movie in the works), and thankfully he had the good sense to bring in some of his good friends and jamming buddies from over 30 years in the music business to help take the leads rather than doing it himself. Mad Dogs & Okies would be a cause for celebration if only for the fact it features an actual new song written and performed by the brilliant but reclusive Texas singer and songwriter Willis Alan Ramsey, and "Sympathy for a Train" is a slice of late-night blues that sounds like it could have been an outtake from Ramsey's superb 1972 album. But that's not all this album has going for it -- Taj Mahal shines on his two cuts (including a rollicking version of "Stagger Lee"), Vince Gill and Eric Clapton are in laid-back but emphatic form on numbers that outclass their most recent albums, J.J. Cale and Tony Joe White serve their legends well, and Ray Benson and Bonnie Bramlett sound like they're having a whole lot of fun on their selections. Mad Dogs & Okies sounds like an album that was made for the enjoyment of the musicians involved more than anything else (and Oldaker is essentially just a sideman on his own record), but the fun is infectious, and the cast lets loose with some fine sounds along the way -- it's a good guess that these sessions were a pretty great party, and Oldaker's musical snapshots of the proceedings are the next best thing to being there. ~ Mark Deming
Professional Reviews
Entertainment Weekly (No. 838, p.145) - "[A] near-persuasive argument that Oklahoma is home of the blues...." - Grade: B
Disc 1
1 Wait Til Your Daddy Gets Home
2 Positively
3 Don't Let Your Feet Git Cold
4 Sympathy for a Train
5 Promises
6 Magnolia
7 Make Your Move
8 Shotgun Shack
9 Sending Me Angels
10 Time to Boogie
11 Can't Find My Way Home
12 Stagger Lee
13 Daylight
14 Song for You
15 Motormouth
16 Make Your Move (Revisited)
Product Attributes
Artist Oldaker,Jamie
Label Concord Jazz
Music Format Compact Disc
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