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Women and Country


Download links and information about Women and Country by Jakob Dylan. This album was released in 2010 and it belongs to Rock, Alternative, Songwriter/Lyricist genres. It contains 11 tracks with total duration of 42:45 minutes.

Artist: Jakob Dylan
Release date: 2010
Genre: Rock, Alternative, Songwriter/Lyricist
Tracks: 11
Duration: 42:45
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No. Title Length
1. Nothing But the Whole Wide World 3:47
2. Down On Our Own Shield 3:40
3. Lend a Hand 3:48
4. We Don't Live Here Anymore 4:23
5. Everybody's Hurting 3:40
6. Yonder Come the Blues 4:01
7. Holy Rollers for Love 3:55
8. Truth for a Truth 3:35
9. They've Trapped Us Boys 4:01
10. Smile When You Call Me That 3:59
11. Standing Eight Count 3:56



For his second solo album, Jakob Dylan further refines his acoustic touch. With Neko Case and Kelly Hogan providing backups and harmonies on eight of the album’s 11 tracks and producer T-Bone Burnett keeping things in a subdued naturalistic setting, Dylan is free to explore the folk roots implicit in the family name. David Mansfield provides fiddle and mandolin, Greg Leisz joins on pedal steel, and horns are added where needed. Front and center is Dylan’s deep and thick voice that’s perfectly pitched to deliver its timeless wisdom on life and love. “Nothing But the Whole Wide World” has the sound of a modern-day folk song. “Down On Our Own Shield” turns towards country. “Lend a Hand” jolts with a Tom Waits graveyard rhythm and shakedown horns. The acoustic bass jumps to the front of the line for the sweet sorrow of “Everybody’s Hurting.” “Truth for a Truth” coasts with drummer Jay Bellerose’s solid drive. The Wallflowers supplied Dylan with mainstream rock appeal; his solo career is establishing him as a formidable folksinger able to stand on his own.