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Poor Little Critter on the Road - The Knitters - It's been 37 years since the release of Poor Little Critter on the Road, the debut album from The Knitters, the original Alt-Country band comprised of three members of X, one Blaster and a Red Devil. It was in 1985 that Exene Cervenka, John Doe and DJ Bonebrake joined Dave Alvin and Jonny Ray Bartel to record the critically acclaimed debut for a sound that Alvin described as "It's like if the guys at Sun Records dropped LSD and made a record with Lead Belly and the Carter Family. That's what The Knitters sound like." Fat Possum
Poor Little Critter on the Road - The Knitters - It's been 37 years since the release of Poor Little Critter on the Road, the debut album from The Knitters, the original Alt-Country band comprised of three members of X, one Blaster and a Red Devil. It was in 1985 that Exene Cervenka, John Doe and DJ Bonebrake joined Dave Alvin and Jonny Ray Bartel to record the critically acclaimed debut for a sound that Alvin described as "It's like if the guys at Sun Records dropped LSD and made a record with Lead Belly and the Carter Family. That's what The Knitters sound like." Fat Possum
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Poor Little Critter On The Road
Artist: Knitters
Format: Vinyl
New: Available $22.98
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Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. Poor Little Critter on the Road
2. Someone Like You
3. Walkin' Cane
4. Silver Wings
5. Poor Old Heartsick Me
6. The New World
7. Cryin' But My Tears Are Far Away
8. Love Shack
9. The Call of the Wreckin' Ball
10. Trail of Time
11. Baby Out of Jail
12. Rock Island Line

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Poor Little Critter on the Road - The Knitters - It's been 37 years since the release of Poor Little Critter on the Road, the debut album from The Knitters, the original Alt-Country band comprised of three members of X, one Blaster and a Red Devil. It was in 1985 that Exene Cervenka, John Doe and DJ Bonebrake joined Dave Alvin and Jonny Ray Bartel to record the critically acclaimed debut for a sound that Alvin described as "It's like if the guys at Sun Records dropped LSD and made a record with Lead Belly and the Carter Family. That's what The Knitters sound like." Fat Possum
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