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"The album is dangerous. It's got leather and swagger. This is how music is supposed to be."- Ray Wylie Hubbard 'Come On' is a country rock ballad by Greenville, Texas' Jonathan Jeter & the Revelators. I'm not sure if The Revelators are playing the tracks here, or if Jeter brought in session musicians. Either way, the clean production sounds good. The music has a new country feel that borrows from rock ballads. For instance, there is a John Mellencamp-influence to the song at times. A small town, working man feel. Jeter does have a nice voice. It's a voice you could get to know and love. Just distinctive enough, and just familiar enough. The song is decent, too, though I can't help wanting to hear him do something that rocks out just a little more, to hear him kick it out. - Indie Music.

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1) 19 Doin' 20
2) Come on
3) Barfly
4) Eventually
5) Voodoo Woman

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