You may or may not know of Tony Joe White, but we all know his two most famous songs - "Polk Salad Annie" and "Rainy Night in Georgia." This record is up to the standards of those great numbers. So soulful, humid, rich and textured. Or as Tony Joe would say, "It's swampy." Homemade Ice Cream was originally released in 1973 on Warner Bros. And was co-produced by White and legendary Atlantic producer Tom Dowd. It's White's sixth overall record and his third for Warner Bros. This is very much a back porch acoustic affair. The music has the space to breathe, one of the reasons for the lifelike sound. 200 gram vinyl. Tracks: Saturday Night in Oak Grove, Louisiana for Ol' Times Sake I Want Love (Tween You & Me) Homemade Ice Cream Ol' Mother Earth Lazy California on My Mind Backwoods Preacher Man Takin' the Midnight Train No News Is Good News Did Somebody Make a Fool Out of You.
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