By Clark Collis
August 28, 2009 at 05:33 PM EDT

Do the Drive-By Truckers know something we don’t? Over the past few months the southern rockers been releasing CDs like the format is not only going out of style but is about to be made illegal. In April, they backed Booker T. on his Potato Hole album. In June, DBT singer Patterson Hood put out his long awaited, and rather great, second solo collection Murdering Oscar (And Other Love Songs), and, the following month, the band unleashed their excellent Live From Austin TX CD/DVD set.

Too much DBT? Not for this citizen. Which is good, as next week arrives a collection of Truckers “oddities and rarities” called The Fine Print. In addition to a raft of top notch, self-penned, tracks the set includes covers of Tom Petty’s “Rebels,” Bob Dylan’s “Like A Rolling Stone,” and Warren Zevon’s “Play It All Night Long.” They also tackle Tom T. Hall’s bleakly comic tale of a crippled army vet “Mama Bake A Pie,” which is as tragically relevant now as it was when Hall recorded the track at the height of the Vietnam War, and which you can hear below.

What do you think of the song? And are you looking forward to the next, new, DBT album which is slated for release early next year Wait, it’s not coming out until next year??? Those slackers!

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