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Mic Harrison

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Mic Harrison

On the Right Side of the Grass isn’t exactly sunny—like most of Mic Harrison’s work, it’s full of losers and reprobates who drink too much, work too hard (or not hard enough), and end up with the wrong women. But it is an upbeat record, and as country as anything he’s done since the V-Roys’ debut, Just Add Ice. You can tell from the cover, a take-off of Waylon Jennings and Willie Nelson’s 1978 album Waylon & Willie, featuring an illustration of the band that resembles a big old redneck belt buckle. That spirit’s borne out on the disc, too, which starts off with the barreling, Skynyrd-like “Satan Lives in Arkansas” and the flashy twang of “He Gets High.” Then there’s the bouncing “Never Gonna Drink Again” ("I’m never gonna drink again today”) and the classic honky tonk of “I Get the Booze.”

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