|Loudermilk, Edgar / My Big Chance Tomorrow|
|Album:||My Big Chance Tomorrow||Collection:||Country|
|Label:||Mountain Fever Records|
|Add Date:||2013-12-12||Pull Date:||2014-02-21||Charts:||Country/Bluegrass|
|Week Ending:||5 Jan||22 Dec|
|1.||Jan 04, 2014:||The Iron Skillet |
Man In The Hole
|2.||Dec 15, 2013:||That's Not Bluegrass |
We Are Traveler's Here
“My Big Chance Tomorrow”
Label: Mountain Fever Records
Debut solo release from Loudermilk, whose regular gig is playing bass for
IIIrd Tyme Out. Wrote or co-wrote all of the songs. Some good music here.
*= favorite cuts
1 – (3:37) Town of Shady Green* Slow-to-mid, modal sound, fine vocals & music.
2 – (3:15) That Little Girl of Mine in Carolina Mid-tempo, just OK.
3 – (2:43) Man in the Hole* Coal miner cautionary tale, nice.
4 – (3:20) In The Arms of Anyone But Me Slow love ballad, OK.
5 – (2:52) She’s Got All That We Need* Mid-tempo, catchy bluegrass stomp.
6 – (3:17) Chances Jazzy mid-tempo love ditty, OK.
7 – (3:25) Out Looking For You* Old-timey mountain music sound, quite good.
8 – (3:13) To Uncle Sam and Mr. Wall Street* Mid-tempo, features singer Junior Fisk.
9 – (3:19) Wash Out My Heart* Mid-tempo, catchy love-gone-wrong song.
10 – (2:30) Two Hearts After One ¾ time duet w/Buddy Melton, just OK.
11 – (1:47) Hobo’s Time* Up-tempo (finally!), fine playing & vocals.
12 – (3:17) I Never Knew You At All* Slow tempo song about getting burned.
13 – (3:14) What You Do To Me* Mid-tempo, nice modal, old-timey sound.
14 – (3:29) Blue Lonesome Blue ¾ time, sad little ditty.
15 – (2:41) We Are Travelers Here* John Cowan sings lead & tenor on this spiritual.