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Artist: Reverend Peyton's Big Damn Ban (Recorded By)

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Album: The Wages [Digipak] *
# Song Title   Time
1)    Born Bred Corn Fed
2)    Redbuds
3)    Clap Your Hands
4)    Sure Feels Like Rain
5)    Everything's Raising
6)    What Go Around Come Around
7)    Sugar Creek
8)    In a Holler Over There
9)    Train Song
10)    Lick Creek Road
11)    Ft. Wayne Zoo
12)    Just Getting By
13)    Two Bottles of Wine
14)    Miss Sarah
 



Performer Notes
  • Personnel: Josh "Reverend" Peyton (vocals, harmonica); Aaron Persinger (drums, background vocals); Breezy Peyton (washboard, background vocals).
  • Audio Mixer: Paul Mahern.
  • Recording information: Farm Fresh Studio, Bloomington, IN.
  • Photographer: Steve Wilson.
  • The Reverend Peyton's Big Damn Band are actually a trio -- the Reverend Josh Peyton on primitive slide guitar, harmonica, and vocals; his wife, Breezy Peyton, on washboard and backing vocals; and Aaron "Cuz" Persinger on percussion (often buckets and trash cans) and background vocals -- but the sound is big indeed, a boozy, uncontained noise in which jug band, country, blues, and down-home boogie tumble around in a joyous, uplifting cacophony. There's no bass, but the bedrock rhythms are full and rounded with Peyton's slashing rhythm guitar work pushing the tunes into overdrive. "Just Getting By" is a thumping country blues and the lyrics are mostly the hook line repeated over and over, but Persinger's thumping bass drum and Peyton's propulsive slide guitar and devil-may-care vocal make the tune work. "What Go Around Come Around" scolds a local badass with a dose of sardonic humor as the Rev. sings "You can't help stupid, but you can help mean/Is acting bad a habit, is it part of your routine?" "Born Bred Corn Fed" celebrates redneck country living with Peyton's wild swooping slide guitar shooting off sparks, but several songs address the hard time most working people are facing. "Everything's Raising" is a timely protest song that sounds funny -- but the jokes have a bitter taste to them as the Rev. sings about bailouts and crooked lawmakers -- as is "In a Holler Over There," a country blues that Peyton sings in a warbling voice that calls to mind Dave Von Ronk at his crustiest. Peyton's original songs may sound like the laments you'd hear coming from a Depression-era 78, but they are all recent compositions, and in the new Depression of 2010 they couldn't be more timely. ~ j. poet

Professional Reviews
Alternative Press (p.108) - 3.5 stars out of 5 -- "White-lightning slide-guitar licks rage atop washboard clicks....They're the real deal."

Producer:Paul Mahern
Format:CD (0 Disc); Stereo
Country:USA
Studio/Live: Studio
Release Date:1 May, 2010
Guest Artist: Jason Webley
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