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Hot new recording artist Jerrod Niemann may be a fresh voice on the country airwaves, but this Kansas native has already been making a name for himself, both as a performer and a respected songwriter, best-known for co-writing Garth Brooks’ “Good Ride Cowboy.”

Jerrod began writing songs at an early age, and his love for country music found him embracing such classic ... Read more in Amazon's Jerrod Niemann Store

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  • Audio CD (July 13, 2010)
  • Original Release Date: 2010
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: SONY NASHVILLE/ ARISTA
  • ASIN: B003CJUIWQ
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (48 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #36,799 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Intro
2. They Should Have Named You Cocaine
3. Lover, Lover
4. Phone Call at 3 A.M.
5. Down In Mexico
6. What Do You Want
7. A Friendly Request
8. The Buckin' Song
9. Old School New Again
10. Intermission
11. Come Back To Me
12. Drunken Complaint
13. How Can I Be So Thirsty
14. Bakersfield
15. A Concerned Fan
16. One More Drinkin' Song
17. I Hope You Get What You Deserve
18. Deep Thoughts
19. For Everclear
20. Outro

Editorial Reviews

Jerrod Niemann may be a fresh voice on th country airwaves but this Kansas native has already been making a name for himself, both as a performer and a respected songwriter,best known for co-writing Garth Brooks' #1 hit "Good Ride Cowboy". Jerrod's creative style is very much his own, blending traditional roots with a contemporary edge, together with uncoventional elements for an album that he describes as "deliciously diverse." For his upcoming major label debut, Jerrod found inspiration from his long-time friend and fellow recording artist,Jamey Johnson, who encouraged him to make a record that really meant something to him.
The resulting music is Judge Jerrod & The Hung Jury. With his first single "Lover, Lover," he has become the first new male artist to break into the Top 30 of the Billboard Country singles chart in under 6 weeks since 2006.

Customer Reviews

If you like Country misic I highly recommend this CD.
Jill A. Valerio
The skits bother me more than they should because they give the album a feel of arrogance.
Bill
Oh and the best part, there are so many many songs on the CD to choose from.
Betty A. Schanz

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12 of 14 people found the following review helpful By lsabbann41 on February 2, 2011
Format: Audio CD
The album has no real style, and it seems as if he needs to find a vision for what he wants to be. The songs jump from light alternative to pop to country and then back to pop... all with annoying intro/outro tracks between many of the songs.

Don't buy the whole album. You're better off downloading just a few songs:
What Do You Want
Old School New Again
One More Drinkin' Song
Lover, Lover (which I'm sure you already know)

He has two very catchy singles on country radio, but I wouldn't mind if he faded off the radar.
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By anay on August 4, 2010
Format: Audio CD
This is terrible! What's up with all the talking? Love Lover, Lover but everything else is very bad. About the time I thought a song might be good the lyrics took a turn for the worst. Jerrod has a wonderful voice but very poor material.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By PC game player on June 29, 2011
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
I love this man's voice! There are several great songs on this CD, my two favorites being "Lover, Lover," and "What Do You Want?" I would give this CD 5 stars, but the talking between tracks is somewhat annoying. That's just my opinion. The music is awesome!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By SimonPotter on March 20, 2011
Format: Audio CD
I saw the "What Do You Want" video on CMT and thought it was great. This guy has a great voice and from the video, I thought that he might one of the few that sing in the "old real country" style. I was so wrong, even though he is capable of it. There are a few songs (very few) on this cd that are ok, but most(almost all) are a disappointment and torture to listen to. What's with all the talking and wierd sounds? This guy has a lot of promise if only he could find some good material. A few songs on the cd prove that. If he likes to write his own material, then he should talk to Vince Gill to find out what works,what doesn't and how to distinguish the difference. This cd doesn't work. I hope he isn't condemned by it. Didn't anyone listen to this material before they made it into a cd? He does have talent. A lot more than a lot of the current "so called country music stars" have. I hope the next cd is better, it wouldn't take much.
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Timothy Yap TOP 1000 REVIEWER on July 14, 2010
Format: Audio CD
Prime Cuts: They Should Have Named Her Cocaine, Lover, Lover, Old School New Again

The Nashville conveyor belt took a hiatus with the release of Niemann's "Judge Jerrod & The Hung Jury." Though Niemann describes himself as a "throwback" and a "hat act," Niemann's music in reality defies genre or eras. He throws into the mix a pinch of traditional country, sultry R&B, 70s Eagles rock and today's pop-edged country yet without restricting himself to any single sonic form. On the cursory level, with 20 tracks this CD looks inflated with music. However, on closer inspection 8 out of these are humorous interludes and skits (often spoken). As the album title "Judge Jerrod and the Hung Jury" hints, Niemann also has a knack for humor. Often they work but after repeated listens, they lose their stint. As for the twelve real musical cuts, Niemann co-wrote or wrote 10 out of them with single "Lover, Lover" being a cover of Sonia Dada's hit and Robert Earl Keen's "The Buckin' Song."

After a cinematic opening sampled from the free garnered from google that starts off like a movie trailer, Niemann segues into the traditional leaning "They Should Have Named Her Cocaine." A delightful excursion into stone cold country territory this steel laden ballad speaks of love's addiction with some lazy jazzy nuances. Niemann does well in covering Sonia Dada's "You Don't Treat Me No Good" wisely giving it a cutesier title "Lover, Lover." Layered with harmony vocals (all done by Niemann himself) over a catchy sing-a-long melody, this is the perfect vehicle to ride Niemann to the upper echelon of the chart. The other cover is Robert Earl Keen's "The Bucking Song"--a fun novelty number that adds to the comic relief of the album's flow.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Justin Mascari on August 1, 2010
Format: Audio CD
I initialy bought this album after I heard some of the other previews (I had already purchased the Lover, Lover single). Although it was bought at a local Walmart due to unforseen circumstances with my form of payment thru amazon and couldnt make the payment on the release date (I did have it Pre Ordered).

Upon opening the album and inserting in my laptop to hear the entire album, I was at first dissapointed at the rediculious "comedic skits" (what some of the other reviewers were complaining about). This is indeed not the case as I found out by listening to it a few more times.

Allow me to clarify;
-Track 1 is introducing you to the artist and album.
-Track 4 leads you into track 5
-Track 7 leads you into track 8
-Track 10, well, simply put is pointless
-Track 12, again pointless
-Track 15 leads you into track 16
-Track 18 leads you into track 19
-Track 20 suggests you listen to album again

The ruling that has been handed down is that the Jury is Not Hung and Find Judge Jerrod and the Hung Jury Guilty of putting out one of the greatest country albums for 2010!

It was briliantly thought out and put together albeit 2 pointless tracks (10 & 12)

I would highly recommend this album for family and friends who enjoy the genre of country music!
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