1. Safety In Numbers (5:56)
2. Lighten Up McGraw (4:55)
3. Atlantic City (4:13)
4. Nuclear Apathy (8:34)
5, Flashlight (Of Love) (4:35)
6. Jungle Man Lonely (4:41)
7. Long Nights (4:18)
8. A Night On The Town (With Snow White)
9. Give Myself To You (3:03)
10. The Crying Father, Farmer From Idaho (4:27)
Jelly Roll Johnson's distinctive, soulful style of harmonica identifies him as one of Nashville's great musicians. This album joins Jelly Roll's talents with acoustic performances by some of Nashville's best singers / songwriters. With its spare production style, this album weaves together Americana tunes with flavors ranging from blues to pop to folk, enhanced by Johnson's expressive harp.
Many of Nashville's greatest artists can boast of Jelly Roll Johnson's artistry and soul added to their albums: Shania Twain, The Judds, Randy Travis, Trisha Yearwood, Kenny Rogers, Jo Dee Messina, Alabama, John Michael Montgomery, Ricky Scaggs, Hal Ketchum, Alison Krauss, Kathy Mattea, Tim McGraw, Reba McEntire and Lee Ann Womack, are just a few. The singers/ songwriters here perform all vocals and most of the acoustic guitars: Tony Arata, writer of Garth Brooks' hit The Dance; Malcolm Holcombe; J. Fred Knobloch, co-writer of Faith Hill's If My Heart Had Wings and George Strait's smashMeanwhile; Suzi Ragsdale and Verlon Thompson, who penned the Trisha Yearwood hit You Say You Will.
Jelly Roll Johnson is a genuine American Original, the pride of Nashville, Tennessee and Lake Charles, Louisiana. You can also enjoy Jelly Roll Johnson with J. Fred Knobloch on the American Originals Live At The Bluebird album (AMO-4003).