The broad cross-section of material encompassed by 1970's Georgia Sunshine makes for a good snapshot of Jerry Reed's unusual musical paradigm. He showcases his stunning acoustic fingerpicking on the gospel-flavored "Talk About the Good Times" and Jimmie Rodgers' "Mule Skinner Blues." He taps into the country-pop sounds of the day with "Dream Sweet Dreams About Me" and "That's All Part of Losing." His trademark brand of greasy, funky good-time tunes takes center stage on "The Preacher and the Bear" and "Ugly Woman." But with the slip-sliding swamp-rocker "Amos Moses," Reed scored one of his biggest hits ever.