David Allan Coe Penitentiary Blues
Penitentiary Blues is far more a blues album than it is a country record, musically styled after the dark, loungy blues of Charlie Rich and Jerry Lee Lewis in his Mercury period as well as the rawer mercurial blues of Bo Diddley, Lightnin' Hopkins, and Tony Joe White.
The subject matter is far darker and foreshadows the David Allan Coe Penitentiary Blues and themes of Coe's later country records. The title cut mentions everything from working for the first time to taking blood tests in his heroin veins. Country blues outlaw country rock   country metal. Main article: David Allan Coe discography. All Music Guide to Country. Michael Erlewine. Retrieved August 21, Paul Kingsbury, Editor.
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