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Chipmunks In Low Places - Alvin & The Chipmunks

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Chipmunks In Low Places (1992) - Alvin & The Chipmunks

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Ross Bagdasarian, Jr., Janice Karman, Jai (Jay) Winding

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Country PrideLyrics available
  Date Performance: 1992, Running Time: 3:22
Achy Breaky HeartLyrics available
  Date Performance: 1992, Running Time: 4:48
  Comments: With special guest Billy Ray Cyrus (Appears Courtesy of PolyGram Records, Inc.).
There Ain't Nothin' Wrong With The RadioLyrics available
  Date Performance: 1992, Running Time: 4:15
  Comments: With special guest Aaron Tippin (Appears Courtesy of The RCA Records Label).
Stand By Your ManLyrics available
  Date Performance: 1992, Running Time: 4:46
  Comments: With special guest Tammy Wynette.
Gotta Believe In PumpkinsLyrics available
  Date Performance: 1992, Running Time: 3:12
Brothers & Old BootsLyrics available
  Date Performance: 1992, Running Time: 4:26
  Comments: With special guest Charlie Daniels.
Don't Rock The JukeboxLyrics available
  Date Performance: 1992, Running Time: 3:42
  Comments: With special guest Alan Jackson (Appears Courtesy of Arista Records, Inc.).
Down At The Twist And ShoutLyrics available
  Date Performance: 1992, Running Time: 3:27
OutlawsLyrics available
  Date Performance: 1992, Running Time: 3:50
  Comments: With special guest Waylon Jennings.
I Feel LuckyLyrics available
  Date Performance: 1992, Running Time: 3:09
I Ain't No Dang CartoonLyrics available
  Date Performance: 1992, Running Time: 3:06
    Guest Appearances »

Sherwood Ball, Eddie Bayers, Gerry Beckley, John Boylan, Mike Brignardello, Billy Burnette, Billy Ray Cyrus, Charlie Daniels, Buddy Emmons, Andrew Gold, Rob Hajacos, Owen Hale, Alan (Eugene) Jackson, Waylon Jennings, B. James Low(e)ry, Steve Nathan, Aaron Tippin, Tammy Wynette

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    Format »

Domestic Vinyl/CD Album

    Other Appearances »
Paul Grupp (Engineer), Warren Peterson (Engineer), Ross Bagdasarian, Jr. (Songwriter), John Boylan (Songwriter), Buddy Brock (Songwriter), Mary Chapin Carpenter (Songwriter), Andrew Gold (Songwriter), Alan (Eugene) Jackson (Songwriter), Waylon Jennings (Songwriter), Janice Karman (Songwriter), Roger Murrah (Songwriter), Paul Peterson (Songwriter), Don Schlitz (Songwriter), Billy Sherrill (Songwriter), Keith Stegall (Songwriter), Aaron Tippin (Songwriter), Don Von Tress (Songwriter), Tammy Wynette (Songwriter), Richard Markowitz (Assistant Engineer), Greg Parker (Assistant Engineer), Denice Ferguson (Production Coordinator), Traci Sterling/Sterling Bishir (Production Coordinator), Teri Weigel (Production Coordinator), Ross Bagdasarian, Jr. (Produced By), John Boylan (Produced By), Janice Karman (Produced By), Steve (Boots) Karman (Art Direction By), Tony Le Bruno (Cover Photo By), Janice Karman (Dialogue Written By), Kim Ellis (Cover Animation Art By)

    Record Label »
Epic/Chipmunk Records

    Catalogue Number »

LK 53006

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    Liner Notes »

Recorded at Music Mill & Quad Studios, Nasville, TN
Engineer: Warren Peterson
Assistant Engineer: Greg Parker
Drums: Eddie Bayers and Owen Hale
Bass: Mike Brignardello
Keyboards: Steve Nathan
Guitars: B. James Lowry
Steel Guitar: Buddy Emmons
Fiddle: Rob Hajacos
Production Coordinator: Traci Sterling

Recorded at Studio 55, Hollywood (Los Angeles), CA
Engineer: Paul Grupp
Assistant Engineer: Richard Markowitz
Keyboards: Jai Winding, Andrew Gold and John Boylan
Guitar: Andrew Gold and John Boylan
Production Coordinators: Denice Ferguson and Teri Weigel

Ross Bagdasarian
Janice Karman
Billy Burnette
Rainey, Sherwood Ball
Gerry Beckley

Special Guests (In alphabetical order)
Billy Ray Cyrus
Charlie Daniels
Alan Jackson
Waylon Jennings
Aaron Tippin
Tammy Wynette

Cover Animation Art by: Sandra, Kim Ellis

Special Thanks to Ken Komisar, Mark Rashba, and everyone at SONY NASHVILLE and SONY KIDS MUSIC.

Billy Burnette appears courtesy of Warner Bros. Records, Inc.

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Distributed by Buena Vista Home Video, Burbank, California 91521. Printed in U.S.A.

The Chipmunks is a registered tradmark of Bagdasarian Productions.

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(P) (C) 1992 Epic (Reg. U.S. Pat. & Trademark of Sony Music Entertainment, Inc. Off Marca Registrada)/Chipmunk Records in association with Sony Kids Music (Trademark of Sony Corporation/Alvin & The Chipmunks (C) Bagdasarian Productions)/Entertainment Inc.

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Review written by Jeanette Finkes, May 6th, 2006

This cd, aside from some Jimmy Dean and Charlie Daniels, was my first introduction to county music, back when "country wasn't cool". I grew up with this cd, and it was a favorite of my siblings and I. We especially loved the little "plays" going on in the background. I would definately recommend this cd as a "my first country" album for kids. They'll love the witty repartee, and the songs are in a high enough register that they can sing along more easily. The fast paced, upbeat tone of the album will also help catch and maintain intrest. And they are sure to adore the "ammended" versions of the songs. It doesnt matter how familiar or unfamiliar the song is, it's funny. To this day, I still can't help but sing "there isn't anything wrong with the radio", nor to remember that "sometimes it's hard to be a woman, giving all your love to just one JERK". My mom especially appreciated "brothers and old boots", and kids love to hear about Alvin getting in trouble with Dave for all the stuff he's done while recording the cd singing about "How he'd love to be an outlaw". Kids will love this cd, Adults will appreciate the humorous edits the Chipmunks put in while still enjoying old favorites. My mom searched all over for this cd to give to my sibs and me for christmas - then picked up an extra copy for my 5 and 6 year old cousins. This cd is a great intro to a life long love of country music.

Musically passable but novelty hard to take seriously
Review written by John Fitzgerald, December 10th, 2004

There are six people listed as doing the Chipmunk's voices here and I've heard conflicting stories over the years as to which characters Billy is supposed to be "playing" so it's hard to tell which songs he's actually on by listening to it as I must admit I'm not a Chipmunks aficionado. Trying to be impartial on this though, there are some good songs instrumentally speaking on this album as they are faithful to their original origins but it's unlikely you would take out these versions to listen to over the originals. "Country pride" is a fair opener when first heard but one comes to realize it's one of the best tracks after going through the rest of them. Some tracks have some humorous intros by the gang like "Achy breaky heart" (with special guest Billy Ray Cyrus, this is the most obviously campy track present though it has lost some of it's gusto over the years), "There ain't nothin' wrong with the radio" (with Aaron Tippin, and though there are some chuckles to be had in this one, one finds that once they do start getting in to the song itself, the "jokes" start to feel intrusive), "Stand by your man" (with Tammy Wynette, this one really relies on it's "comedy" to work as you'll probably find the fast songs work best here which of course this one isn't) & "Don't rock the jukebox" (with Alan Jackson, this one is OK but other fast tunes are better on here). You may even feel some tracks here just don't work and are perhaps filler like "Gotta believe in pumpkins" but there are some good highlights like "Outlaws" (with Waylon Jennings, this is a good pairing and it's one of the best rapid songs here), "I feel lucky" (which is one of the stronger "performances" on the disc) & the acceptable closer "I ain't no dang cartoon" but inevitably some here will disappoint like "Brothers & old boots" (with special guest Charlie Daniels unexpectedly singing the lead at the beginning once the song starts after the Chipmunk bickering (as most of the "duets" here have one of the characters starting in and then the guests take over the leads later at some point for the most part) and some words do sound quite silly but unfortunately the "jokes" themselves don't) & "Down at the twist and shout" as the fiddle arrangements can make it hard to hear the lyrics at the best of times (this is aside from some times when you hear something that sounds off color that makes you check the lyric book to make sure thats not what they said). Overall though not a bad novelty item to have for the Fleetwood Mac collection if nothing else and it should keep the kids busy for a while too.

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Discography entry submitted by Jeff Kenney.