Sweetheart Of The Rodeo (1968)
In the same year that Bob Dylan stepped back from his electric pilgrimages by releasing an album of roots-oriented morality tales, the Byrds took a symbolic flight to Nashville. Gone was Roger McGuinn's singular 12-string guitar sound and the acid ...
||1995 Grammy Nominees (1995) |
1995 GRAMMY NOMINEES contains the 5 Grammy nominees for each of the following categories: Record Of The Year, Best Female Pop Vocal Performance, and Best Male Pop Vocal Performance.
These were the awards honoring music made during fiscal year 1994; a ...
||Best of the Columbia Records Radio Hour, Volume 2 (1996) |
Recorded live between October 24, 1993 and October 12, 1995. Includes liner notes by Paul Rappaport.
Featuring such artists as Bruce Cockburn, James Taylor, Shawn Colvin, and Mary-Chapin Carpenter, the second compilation drawn from The Columbia Records Radio Hour remains primarily ...
||Songs of Jimmie Rodgers: A Tribute (1997) |
THE SONGS OF JIMMIE RODGERS is the first release on Bob Dylan's own label, Egyptian Records.
"Peach Pickin' Time Down In Georgia" was nominated for a 1998 Grammy Award for Best Male Country Vocal Performance.
For the first release on Bob Dylan's ...
||Party Super Hits (1998) |
Party Super Hits is exactly what the title would indicate, a solid collection of party songs from the 1950s and '60s. Though there's only ten tracks, the quality isn't bad, and the disc includes "Tequila," "Yakety Sax," Roger Miller's "Chug-A-Lug" ...
||Great Balls Of Fire: Super Hits (1998) |
Included are ten energetic tracks from the country side of Sun Records. Included are cuts from Johnny Cash ("Get Rhythm," "Cry, Cry, Cry"), Carl Perkins ("Blue Suede Shoes," "Boppin' the Blues") and of course Jerry Lee Lewis ("Great Balls of ...
||Grammy's Greatest Country Moments, Volume 1 (1994) |
This first volume of Grammy's Greatest Country includes 14 tracks of post 60s modern country radio hits that won the award including Vince Gill "Pocket Full Of Gold," "Folsom Prison Blues," Johnny Cash "After All This Time," Rodney Crowell "Diggin ...
||Grammy's Greatest Country, Vol. 2 (1994) |
This compilation of Grammy's Greatest Country, Vol. 2 includes 15 tracks of post-'60s modern country radio hits that won the award including Billy Ray Cyrus' "Achy Breaky Heart," K.T. Oslin's "80s Ladies," Randy Travis' "Forever and Ever, Amen," Charlie Rich's ...
||Civil War: The Nashville Sessions (1998) Original Cast|
All tracks have been digitally mastered using HDCD technology.
Music composed by Frank Wildhorn.
Feat.Travis Tritt,Trace Adkins Charlie Daniels & More
Producers include: Frank Wildhorn, Flip Anderson, Tracy Lawrence, Michael Omartian, Karl Richardson.
Personnel: BeBe Winans (vocals); Jerry McPherson, George Doering (guitar); John Willis ...
||Civil War: The Complete Work (1999)
Track Listing: DISC 1: Prologue; Brother, My Brother; Lincoln: The Better Angels of Our Nature; By the Sword/Sons of Dixie: By The Sword / Sons Of Dixie; Tell My Father; My Name Is Frederick Douglass; Freedom's Child; Missing You (My ...
||Swamp Gold, Vol. 1 (1991)
Swamp Gold, Vol. 1 contains a number of early zydeco and New Orleans R&B cuts by the likes of Phil Bo, Rockin' Sidney, Jonnie Allan, Rod Bernard, Irma Thomas and Warren Storm. All of the music here is tremendously exciting, ...
||Swamp Gold, Vol. 2 (1991) |
Contains 16 tracks.
Personnel: Clint West, Floyd Brown, Jay Randall, Johnnie Allan, Rockin' Sidney, Rod Bernard, The Uniques, Tommy McLain, Van Broussard, Warren Storm, Charles Mann (vocals).
Liner Note Author: Jeff Hannusch.
Unknown Contributor Roles: Cookie & the Cupcakes; Cypress City; Shelton Dunaway. ...
||Swamp Gold, Vol. 3 (1996) |
Liner Note Author: Shane Bernard. Track Listing: Don't You Think I Paid Enough?; You're Pouring Water; (As You Pass Me By) Graduation Night; Stranger to You, A; Wish Someone Would Care; Send Me Some Lovin'; Whiskey Heaven; Sea of Love; ...
||Swamp Gold, Vol. 4 (1995) |
Track Listing: Congratulations; Time and Time Again; Nobody But You; Those Lonely, Lonely Nights; Down on the Corner; Crazy Baby; Stop and Think It Over; Today I Started Loving You Again; Don't Let Me Cross Over; Belinda; Another Saturday Night; ...
||Swamp Gold, Vol. 5 (1997) |
||Live On Letterman: Music From The Late Show (1997) |
If you're still watching the Letterman show on your mono-speaker TV, hearing your favorite contemporary bands and musical legends in exciting one-shot performances from the program on this great-sounding disc should be a real treat. Featured are some of the ...
In "Southern Kind of Life," a song on her debut album, The Captain, Kasey Chambers convincingly describes a rural Southern upbringing -- poverty stricken and Bible dominated -- and since she performs in a style associated with the Appalachians as ...
Anthology (1956-1980) (1991)
ANTHOLOGY, VOLUMES 1 & 2 is available on cassette as 2 separate volumes.
This collection is an excellent mixture of Brenda Lee's big pop hits and the more overtly country-oriented material that the Georgia native began recording in the late 1960s. ...
Lonesome Town (1992)
Lonesome Town is a budget-priced, 12-track selection of some of Ricky Nelson's hits, and while there are plenty of essential items missing, it still functions as a good, affordable sampler, featuring such hits as "Hello Mary Lou," "Be-Bop Baby," "Lonesome ...
||Harley-Davidson: Country Road Songs (1996) |
Track Listing: DISC 1: Chasin' That Neon Rainbow; Nowhere Bound; Born on a High Wind; Backroads; On the Road; Oklahoma Borderline; Uneasy Rider; Callin' Baton Rouge; 90 Miles an Hour; Life's Highway; Two Lane Highway; Daddy Never Was the Cadillac ...
||Hot Rod: Rev It Up (1997) |
The first volume in a series sponsored by Hot Rod magazine, Rev It Up compiles car songs from the likes of Jan and Dean ("Drag City"), the Beach Boys ("409"), Chuck Berry ("No Particular Place to Go") and Ronny and ...
||Hot Rod: Hot Rod Cowboys (1997) |
As compilations go, this is a decent 14-song collection of songs about cars, trucks, and the open road, some very familiar (Roger Miller's "King of the Road"), a few classics (Merle Haggard's "White Line Fever," Johnny Bond's re-recording of his ...
A&E Biography (1999)
Released to coincide with the cable television documentary of the same name, A&E Biography provides a concise summary of Ricky Nelson's career, from "I'm Walking" to "Garden Party." It isn't quite definitive, since such gems as "Waitin' in School" and ...
Best Of (1992)
Burnette's best pop-oriented recordings are featured on this collection, including the classic "You're Sixteen." ~ Stephen Thomas Erlewine
Recorded at Custom Studios, United/Western Studios and Capitol Recording Studios, Hollywood, California. Includes liner notes by Dawn Eden.
Personnel includes: Johnny Burnette (vocals); The ...
||Ultimate Country Party (1998) |
This collection gathers together some of the hottest contemporary acts in Nashville in one convenient place to ensure easy access for the country music consumer. While all the artists represented here are country chart-toppers, a fairly wide range of styles ...