The Kentucky Headhunters is an American country rock and Southern rock band. They were founded in 1968 as Itchy Brother, which consisted of brothers Richard Young (rhythm guitar, vocals) and Fred Young (drums) along with Greg Martin (lead guitar, vocals) and Anthony Kenney (bass guitar, vocals). Itchy Brother performed together until 1982, with James Harrison replacing Martin from 1973 to 1976. The Young brothers and Martin began performing as The Kentucky Headhunters in 1986, adding brothers Ricky Lee Phelps (lead vocals, harmonica) and Doug Phelps (bass guitar, backing vocals) to the membership. Electric Barnyard is the second studio album by the band. Released in 1991, it was their second and final album to feature the original lineup of Greg Martin, Doug Phelps, Ricky Lee Phelps, Fred Young, and Richard Young. Doug and Ricky Lee would depart a year later to form the duo Brother Phelps. The album features four covers: "Only Daddy That'll Walk the Line" (originally by Waylon Jennings), "With Body and Soul" (originally by Bill Monroe), "Spirit in the Sky" (originally by Norman Greenbaum) and "The Ballad of Davy Crockett", a 1950s pop standard.
Tracks: 1. It's Chitlin' Time 2. Ballad of Davy Crockett 3. Only Daddy That'll Walk the Line 4. With Body and Soul 5. Diane 6. 16 and Single 7. Wishin' Well 8. Spirit in the Sky 9. Always Makin' Love 10. Love Bug Crawl 11. Big Mexican Dinner 12. Kickin' Them Blues Around 13. Take Me Back