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The Journeymen: Mount Us More

RELEASE DATE: July 2, 2013

ALBUM INFO: 11 tracks of country-fried gold with sweet digital booklet.

HISTORY: Country western legend Shunt McGuppin first met country western firebrand Mutt Taylor in a barroom brawl. Enter guitar great Cubby Lauderbourne and multi-instrumentalist Jimmy Blades and the rest is American history. The night ended with four broken jaws and the most marvelous country rock supergroup ever formed, The (Goddamned) Journeymen. Boogie-woogie.


DIGITAL DOWNLOAD: $10.00 PREVIEW AND PURCHASE HERE


COMPACT DISC: $10.00 + $3.50 shipping & handling. And they will have been handled. International shipping and handling: $8.00.

All CDs signed by Shunt, Mutt, Cubby, and Blades, AND Jeremy, Matt, Mark, and James.







The Season of Giving



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In December of 1989, Shunt, Mutt, and the Journeymen reunited for the 41st time with legendary producer Jimmy ‘James’ Bladon. The result was a legendary charity album entitled ‘The Journeymen On Ice (And Speed).’ After a barn collapse where the tapes were stored, only one track survived. ‘The Season Of Giving’ hit the Billboard charts at 1,312 and by noon the same day was already at 1,310. Now, remixed, remastered, and remembered, the song is presented to you here, free of charge and free of apologies. God bless us, everyone.

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Here’s a clean version too, in case you’re a radio DJ or religious person with delicate ears that are prudish.

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Words and music by Matt Gourley & James Bladon (BMI)

Mutt Taylor: vocals, guitar, and banjo
Shunt McGuppin: vocals
Jimmy Blades: back up vocals, bass, drums, bells, piano, Hammond B3, keys
George Bladon: back up vocals
Charles Bladon: back up vocals
Angela Bladon: back up vocals

Produced by Jimmy Blades with Mutt Taylor

The Season of Giving ©Superego/Gourley/Bladon 2011



Gallery: The Paul F. Tompkins Show #2


Gallery: The Paul F. Tompkins Show #1


Gallery: The Journeymen #2

Photos by Sammy Primero


Gallery: The Journeymen #1

Photos by Sammy Primero


Gallery: Superego Live at Mix



Superego: Episode 1:16


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CASE STUDIES: Access Geology, The Daily Grind Songwriter’s Circle, Pat O’Brien, Bruce ‘The Throat’ Hume and Ed ‘The Inflection’ Olivas, and Mutt Taylor.

RELEASE DATE: June 1, 2007


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Mutt Taylor Jr.

Mutt Taylor Jr.


DIAGNOSIS: Histrionic Personality Disorder

CASE HISTORY:
Mutt Taylor Jr. is a carbon copy version of his father. The only difference between the two is 21 years and 21 months. Also, Mutt Sr. likes the chocolate love.

EPISODES: 1:10



The Journeymen

The Journeymen


DIAGNOSIS: Countless Personality Disorders

CASE HISTORY:
Cubby Lauterborn, Lugs Harvey, Mutt Taylor and Shunt McGuppin. The Journeymen. Listen, imbibe, abuse.

EPISODES:
1:5



Superego: Episode 1:5


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SPECIAL GUESTS: Steve Agee from The Sarah Silverman Program.

CASE STUDIES: Nick Nolte, Bruce “The Throat” Hume and Ed “The Inflection” Olivas, Imogene Kanouse, Dwight Loomis, The Journeymen, and the Reverends Merlin Escondante Daniels and Allard H. Mundy Jr.

RELEASE DATE: July 1, 2006


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Mutt Taylor

Mutt Taylor 2


DIAGNOSIS: Histrionic Personality Disorder

CASE HISTORY:
Mutt Taylor is a multi-platinum, multi-talented recording artist from Waycross, GA. His ground breaking debut album, Guilty Wind, has inspired more of today’s country performers than any other artist. In the capable company of Waylon Jennings, Shunt McGuppin, Merle Haggard and Charlie Pride, Mutt Taylor has blazed the outlaw country trail like a firebrand journeyman. His hit, Leavin’ On A Dare, remained on the country charts for an unprecedented 7,010 weeks. He has also been seen on the hit CBS action drama, Brawler P.I., and recorded the hit theme song for the smash television show, Buckle Up! Mutt Taylor is married to his wife of 4 months, Lanelle, and calls the road his only home. He has 18 children.

EPISODES:
1:1 / 1:4 / 1:9 / 1:10 / 1:16 / 1:17



Shunt McGuppin

Shunt McGuppin


DIAGNOSIS: Antisocial Personality Disorder

CASE HISTORY:
Shunt McGuppin is an American firebrand. Country music hasn’t been the same since this gruff, uneducated sensation burst onto the Nashville scene. His hit, Alabaster Sweat, remained on the country charts for an unprecedented 7,010 weeks. In Shunt’s heyday, he was a multi-platinum, multi-instrumentalist, multi-wived marvel.

These days, Shunt is constantly trying to recapture his youth and past success. Despite near-crippling arthritis and multiple bankruptcies, he continues to pay for astronomically expensive studio time to record that elusive comeback-comeback album. He has seen it all and sung it more. Shunt McGuppin will belt his songs whether people like it or not — and they never will. He drinks to the point of never not drinking and lives with his dog Atherton in Toby Keith’s guesthouse.

EPISODES: 1:1 / 1:3 / 1:4 / 1:6 / 1:9 / 1:10 / 1:13 / 1:17 / 2:1 / 2:2 / 2:11 / 2:12 / 2:14 / 2:17 / 3:2 / 3:3 / 3:5 / 3:8 / 3:13 / 3:17

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