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I love the energy and melody in the latter part of the verses and I love the laidback chorus.
Beginning with his debut album in 1976, Graham Parker has been among the most consistently great solo artists there has ever been.
Ending with "Crawling from the Wreckage" was a little reminder that Parker still rocks and wasn't gonna let you forget.
Agree with Thomas that this and Human Soul are Graham's two worst albums (along with Buring Questions which is probably his very worst). Read morePublished 4 months ago by MJH
'Your Country' is not a country music album! I don't care if Lucinda Willimas does sing on it; nor do I care that it was released Chicago-based Bloodshot Records, an outfit known... Read morePublished on October 12, 2007 by Jersey Kid
Have most of his (and the Rumour by themselves) early albums, and think they are great. This is as good, or better than any of the early work! Read morePublished on August 10, 2006 by J. Lewis
This was a bit of a departure, or so I thought when I picked up "Your Country." Used to Parker's hard-hitting, acidic vocal and writing style, I was surprised to hear an almost... Read morePublished on November 9, 2005 by tgfabthunderbird
Definitely GP's best in awhile - to me. It's not like "Acid Bubblegum" and it is like "Struck by Lightning" (though less sentimental than the latter). Read morePublished on November 3, 2004 by foundpoem
I loved GPs early stuff through The Real McCaw. His later stuff has been inconsistent with a few gems (Struck By Lightning / Mona Lisa's Sister). Read morePublished on July 7, 2004 by Michael J. Holland
This is not a groundbreaking, earthshaking, gimmicky CD ... just a cohesive, engaging, satisfying release by an old pro who still has something to say. Read morePublished on May 10, 2004
Beginning with his debut album in 1976, Graham Parker has been among the most consistently great solo artists there has ever been. Read morePublished on March 29, 2004 by Steve