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Jack Ingram Import

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  • Cassette (2 octobre 1995)
  • Format : Import
  • Label: Crystal Clear Sound
  • ASIN : B00000187Z
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Amazon.com: 4.7 étoiles sur 5 11 commentaires
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Folk Influence Suits Ingram Well 29 décembre 1998
Par Joey Austin (jaustin@fiskcorp.com) - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
While difficult to view an artist's work in retrospect without using his subsequent work to compare, I have tried to accurately recall my initail impressions of "Jack Ingram", the album. I first met and heard Jack some Tuesday night too long ago at Adair's in Dallas TX. With the help of his acoustic guitar, a microphone, and a steel chair (in case he fell too far under the influence), he played his interpretations of himself specifically, and Texas music in general. "Jack Ingram", the album, is an extremely accurate example of this interpretation. It delivers a decidedly folk sound with a strong Texas twang. This album drips with the sincerity and experimentaion reserved only for independently released first albums. Expectedly, the eerie romanticism of a fretless bass and the intentional use of an out of tune piano have been excluded on follow-up albums. If you have to choose a Jack Ingram album (all are highly recommended), this self-titled CD is the root of all that has followed. "Jack Ingram" is a folkie, cheaply made masterpiece denotative of Texas music at its unadulterated creative pinnacle.
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2.0 étoiles sur 5 Singer songwriter with boring songs = bad album 8 juin 2004
Par G. Parker - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
I hate to be the one to say it, but the emperor has no clothes on. This album has boring songs. I listen to plenty of TExas singer songwrither stuff and this particular album should be avoided. I think maybe people like it because of the first and last songs. The first, "Beat up Ford" is Ingram's best on the CD. Its a good driving song, while it doesn't make perfect sense, does rate a B+. The last song on the CD is the best song, but it is a cover of a REK nugget. In the middle is a straight cover of Waylon's "Mama Tried". This was a big bar tune in my younger day, but listening to it here really makes me wonder why it is played at such an uptempo. The singer is convicted to life imprisonment at age 20 - where is the joy in that? A lost opportunity here to reinterpret a song I have heard a 1000 times. Interspersed around these tunes is where the meat of the CD should be, but isn't. Ingram's songs are boring and unremarkable. I challenge anyone who gives this 5 stars to find an insight in any of the other songs.
There is a Willie Nelson song in there, but it can't save the CD. Logically, a singer songwriter should have a bunch of good songs on his album or what is the point? Since this is the only Ingram record I have listened to carefully, I can't say if this is an aberration. I love his song "Mustang Burn" so maybe that album is better, but these songs are boring!
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Country for the non-country fan 24 septembre 2000
Par Un client - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
By and large, I am not a country fan - generally I like Emmy Lou Harris, the Dixie Chicks (new and old), Patsy Cline AND Jack Ingram. This CD is the roots of a someone who appears to be making it big. Mama Tried is a great interpretation and I really like Merle Haggard's original and the Grateful Dead' version, so he had to do it well. The Road Goes on Forever is a masterpiece. Jack Ingram and this CD is country, folk, Texas and just plain enjoyable to listen too.
5.0 étoiles sur 5 It holds up 3 juillet 2002
Par Jack Williams - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Jack Ingram's music makes me happy. This one in particular. While other records of his are countrier, louder, even funnier, this is one I return to often. It's consistently good, start to finish, and he can't help but quietly show off his good taste, such as when he covers Willie Nelson's "Pick Up the Tempo" or Merle Haggard's "Mama Tried." One of my favorite records, and as usual for Jack Ingram, it's prime driving music.
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Great music to really LISTEN to. 18 septembre 1998
Par Un client - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
If you have never taken the time to listen to a Jack Ingram song, you have been missing out on some great music. Not only is it music, but it's a story, as well. I wasn't into his music until I listened to Robert Earl Keen, and I then found out about Jack Ingram. This CD is his best, with nothing but great songs that'll make you smile and just want to chill. If you plan on going on a long road trip, this baby is a must have for the old radio!
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