|Studio album by|
|Recorded||2002-03, The Wagon, East Nashville, Tennessee|
|Genre||Country Blues, Rockabilly|
|Producer||J.D. Wilkes |
Mark Robertson (bassist)
|Th' Legendary Shack Shakers chronology|
The album was reviewed by Stephen Haag of PopMatters.com, who concluded "All-at-once reverent, revisionist, greasy, and fun as hell, with summer upon us Cockadoodledon't should be the soundtrack to a thousand barbecues.". Bob Gendron writing for AVguide stated "A mind-blowing assault on bluegrass rhythms, cowboy country, roadhouse blues, and sweaty rock and roll fury, Cockadoodledon't makes Reverend Horton Heat sound like The Eagles.". Mojo magazine rated the album 3 stars out of 5 - "...Featuring fine ensemble work and blues harmonica. A real rush of blood to the head...". And Hal Horowitz, writing for Allmusic, said "The music is fun, frantic, and nerve-wracking."
- "Pinetree Boogie"
- "CB Song"
- "Help Me from My Brain"
- "Shakerag Holler"
- "Bullfrog Blues"
- "Blood on the Bluegrass"
- "Devil's Night Auction"
- "Wild Wild Lover"
- "Shake Your Hips"
- "Hoptown Jailbreak"
- Col. J.D. Wilkes - vocals, banjo, harmonica, keyboards
- JoeBuck - guitar, banjo, mandolin, key accordion, upright bass, drums
Additional personnel: Mark Robertson, Paul Simmons, Donnie Herron, Jason Brown, "Handsome" Andy Gibson