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John Anderson: Just Came Home To Count The Memories/All The People Are Talkin'/Eye Of A Hurricane/Tokyo, Oklahoma/Countrified

John Morthland, No Depression, 29 February 2008

FIRST CHARTING in 1977 and coming on strong by 1980, John Anderson was a harbinger of the New Traditionalist movement that hit Nashville in the mid-'80s, a young man with an old man's voice -- his unfettered, adenoidal baritone tore like Lefty and Haggard and swooped like Jones.

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