Young Brigham
1968 release for Reprise, a division of Warner Bros.
Collector's Choice Music

1.   If I Were a Carpenter (Hardin, Tim) - 5:02
2.   Talking Fisherman Blues (Guthrie, Woody) - 3:59
3.   Tennessee Stud (Driftwood, Jimmy) - 4:50
4.   [tractor] - 1:00
5.   Night Herding Song (Traditional) - 3:55
6.   Rock Island Line (Traditional) - 5:28
7.   Danville Girl (Traditional) - 3:32
8.   912 Greens (Elliott, Jack) - 7:19
9.   Don't Think Twice, It's Alright (Dylan, Bob)
      Connection (Jagger/Richards) - 6:13
10. Goodnight Little Arlo (Guthrie, Woody) - 2:57

Recorded at United Records and Gold Star Studios. Musicianers involve Eric Hord, Mitch Greenhill, Mark Spoelstra, Jack O'Hara, Peter Childs, Bill Lee, Richard Greene, and Bruce Langhorne. The original release included track four as part of "Night Herding Song." Track nine, conversely, was two separate numbers.

As far as Jack's grasping commercial success, this was the one that got away — a professionally promoted package, innocuous spots of overdub, boasting his own instant On The Road or Bound For Glory, "912 Greens." As it turned out — too laid back for the circus, too straightforward for the degree, and one of Jack's finest.

Inspect reviews, herded in from all over.