Cluck Old Hen
Couldn't Get A Witness
Straight Tears, No Chaser
Two Trains Pullin'
Ocean of Tears
Luck Ran Out
Breaking In A Brand New Heartache
(I Love) A Melancholy Baby
Give It Away
Sac Au Lait
Saturday Night Jamboree
I'm Going to Memphis

Producer PB, Fats Kaplin
Recording and Balance PB, George Bradfute
Mastering Don Cobb, Eric Conn

Guitar, Percussion PB
Upright Bass Dennis Crouch
Electric Bass Jim Gray
Keyboards Jen Gunderman
Harmony Kelly Hogan, Kristi Rose
Fiddle, Mandolin, Accordian, Pedal Steel Fats Kaplin
Drums Tommy Perkinson, Marty Lynds
Baritone Guitar George Bradfute (Memphis)
Mandolin Richard Bennett (Memphis)

Cover Dean Blackwood
Design Sheila Sachs
Couldn't Get A Witness

Saturday Night Jamboree


USA Today Paul Burch draws deep from the roots of American music without ever getting stuck there. Fevers moves effortlessly between vintage country, retro rock 'n' roll and string-band blues.

All Music Best of 2013 
On Fevers, the vibe is electrifying: the sound is round and warm, the playing red hot. His killer band, often slips the trappings of a tune's given style to graft on another one seamlessly. Each song was arranged around a central instrument, and Burch taped various takes live, just as rehearsals were gelling. The vibe is relaxed but kinetic, live yet perfectly aurally balanced.

CMT The Edge Burch pretty much nailed it with Fevers. Not just this time around, but for his entire decade-and-a-half recording career, the singing, songwriting, self-producing Nashville fixture has had a way of summoning sublime, swinging musical warmth.

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