Tony Joe White (album)

Tony Joe White[1][2] was the fourth album released by Tony Joe White, and the first he released for Warner Bros. Records. It was produced by Peter Asher and recorded between December 1–12, 1970 at Sounds of Memphis Studio and Ardent Recording Studio, Memphis (engineered by Terry Manning).

Tony Joe White
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Studio album by
Released1971
RecordedDecember 1–12, 1970
StudioSounds of Memphis Studio, Memphis; Ardent Recording Studio, Memphis
Genre
LabelWarner Bros.
ProducerPeter Asher
Tony Joe White chronology
Tony Joe
(1970)
Tony Joe White
(1971)
The Train I'm On
(1971)
Singles from Tony Joe White
  1. "They Caught The Devil"
    Released: 1970
  2. "The Daddy"
    Released: 1971
  3. "I Just Walked Away"
    Released: 1971
Professional ratings
Review scores
SourceRating
Allmusic[1]

Track listingEdit

All tracks composed by Tony Joe White, except where indicated

Side one
  1. "They Caught The Devil and Put Him in Jail in Eudora, Arkansas"
  2. "The Change"
  3. "My Kind of Woman"
  4. "The Daddy"
  5. "Black Panther Swamps"
Side two
  1. "Five Summers For Jimmy"
  2. "A Night in the Life of a Swamp Fox"
  3. "Traveling Bone"
  4. "I Just Walked Away"
  5. "Copper Kettle" (Albert Frank Beddoe)
  6. "Voodoo Village"

PersonnelEdit

  • Tony Joe White - guitar, harmonica
  • Robert McGuffie - bass
  • Sammy Creason - drums
  • Mike Utley - piano, organ
  • Memphis Horns:
    • Wayne Jackson - trumpet
    • Andrew Love - tenor saxophone
    • James Mitchell - baritone saxophone
    • Jack Hale - trombone
    • Louis Collins - tenor
    • Roger Hopps - trumpet
  • String arrangements by Roger Hopps
  • Horn arrangements by the Memphis Horns

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ a b c d Allmusic review
  2. ^ [1] Archived January 31, 2010, at the Wayback Machine