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Way Down South (album)

Way Down South
Studio album by Bobbie Gentry
Released 1968
Recorded 1968
Genre Female Vocal
Label Capitol
Producer Kelly Gordon
Bobbie Gentry chronology

Local Gentry
(1968)
Way Down South
(1968)
Bobbie Gentry & Glen Campbell
(1968)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 4/5 stars[1]
Rolling Stone (not rated) [2]

Way Down South [3] is the fifth album by Bobbie Gentry. The fourth of four albums she released in 1968, it was arranged by Jimmie Haskell and Shorty Rogers and produced by Kelly Gordon. It was released by the UK subsidiary of Capitol Records

Track listing

All tracks composed by Bobbie Gentry; except where indicated

Side one

  1. "Okolona River Bottom Band"
  2. "Big Boss Man" (Luther Dixon, Al Smith)
  3. "Reunion"
  4. "Parchman Farm" (Mose Allison)
  5. "Mornin' Glory"
  6. "Sermon"

Side two

  1. "Tobacco Road" (John D. Loudermilk)
  2. "Penduli Pendulum"
  3. "Jessye' Lisabeth"
  4. "Refractions"
  5. "Louisiana Man" (Doug Kershaw)
  6. "Courtyard"

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