Why Scarecrow (John Mellencamp album) and The Lonesome Jubilee are similar

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  • The album's success earned Gehman a Grammy nomination, and began an extended collaboration between the two, which included 1983's Uh-Huh, 1985's Scarecrow and 1987's The Lonesome Jubilee, which earned Gehman another Grammy nomination.Don Gehman-Wikipedia
  • Jackamo Road: "That song had an entire arrangement with the band, but it just wasn't any good. The only time the song sounded remotely good at all was when I played it on acoustic guitar – the way it ended up on the record. We spent six days in here, 12–13 hours a day, sequencing this record. That was something I'd never done before. We'd always sequenced the other records in an afternoon – Scarecrow, The Lonesome Jubilee and all those other records. There was about that much thought that went into it. When we got to the end of the record, I thought, 'We need something to happen here that hasn't happened.' So I just ran out and recorded 'Jackamo Road' in two minutes. I tried to sing it as country as I could, just to make it the opposite of the song I knew was going to come after it, 'Life Is Hard,' which is as urban-sounding a song as we've got.Mr. Happy Go Lucky-Wikipedia
  • From 1983 to 1987, Mellencamp released three consecutive albums—Uh-Huh (1983), Scarecrow (1985), and The Lonesome Jubilee (1987)—which were all certified Triple Platinum by the RIAA.John Mellencamp discography-Wikipedia

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