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  • An MVD Exclusive
  • Format: VINYL ALBUM
  • SKU: CRR1068
  • UPC: 888002919670
  • Street Date: 01/19/18
  • PreBook Date: 12/15/17
  • Label: Chicken Ranch Records »
  • Genre: Country
  • Run Time: 1 mins
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Audio: STEREO
  • Year of Production: 2013
  • Box Lot: 25
  • Territory: NORTH AMERICA
  • Language: English


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Starlings, TN - All The Good Times

The dulcimer driven legends return with their most upbeat and positive collection of songs to date.

Starlings, TN - All The Good Times
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For the Starlings, TN release All The Good Times, the band's seventh full-length, Steve Stubblefield shares writing duties with bassist Mitchell Vandenburg, as well as longtime friend, Birdie Benjamin. Vandenburg previously appeared on 2012's Starlings, TN album Heartache In 4/4 Time on which the three were also joined by Bryan Robison on guitar, rounding out the group. "Bryan (Robison) and I have been friends for 20 years," says (Tim) Bryan, so I'm glad we're finally playing together. We should have done it sooner!" In addition to the collaborative nature of its tunes, All The Good Times represents a revolution in Stubblefield's writing perspective, with more observational, narrative songs as opposed to the cathartic exercises that he was used to relying on. "I have often used my writing as a survival tool," he says. "For now, those days are behind me."

Track Listing

  • Goodtime Gal
  • Oh! Whiskey!
  • Back to Magnolia
  • Hey Pretty Mamma
  • Blue Moon of Kentucky
  • All The Good Times Are Now
  • The Thompson Boys
  • Burnt Ends
  • The Other Guy
  • Shake Rattle and Roll

Bonus Materials

  • Digital Download code included

Sales Points

  • For fans of Iron and Wine, The Gourds, Old Crow Medicine Show

Press Quotes

most of All the Good Times maintains a dirt road union of bluegrass, Fifties rock, and folk that sounds patented even when covering classics 'Blue Moon of Kentucky' and 'Shake, Rattle & Roll,' which makes good use of telecaster picker Bryan Robison's Luther Perkins-like licks.

     —Kevin Curtin, Austin Chronicle

And, on Starlings, TN's seventh full-length, All the Good Times -- an adventurous, ambitious and genre-jumping ride down the dirty highway -- frontman Steven Stubblefield has never sounded so gritty and worn. He's also never sounded better.

     —Scott Recker , Popmatters

Earlier this month, Starlings, TN issued their latest full-length All the Good Times. It's the right title because on covers like 'Blue Moon of Kentucky,' and 'Shake Rattle and Roll' and their ode to BBQ 'Burnt Ends,' it sounds like the band's having a wh

     —KUTX Staff, KUTX


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