America Remembers... (1992)
Includes liner notes by Chuck Young.
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Personnel: Johnny Horton (vocals, guitar).
Liner Note Authors: Chuck Young; C. Young.
Live New Years Eve 1979 (1999)
Recorded live at the Long Horn Ballroom, Dallas, Texas, December 31, 1979.
Having previously brought us Ernest Tubb Live 1965, Lost Gold has released the somewhat much less essential but enjoyable Live New Years Eve 1979, capturing Tubb's stage act some ...
Live at Billy Bob's Texas (2002)
Personnel: Kevin Fowler (vocals, guitar); Keith Davis (guitar, background vocals); Greg Whitfield (guitar, fiddle); Glenn Suchan (steel guitar); Clay Karch (bass, background vocals); Ronn Dixon (drums).
Gospel According to Hank Williams (2005)
25 track budget price compilation. Includes 'I Saw The Light', 'Jesus Remembered Me', 'Old Country Church' & 'House Of Gold'. Country Stars. 2005.
Liner Note Author: William Hogeland.
Party Tyme Karaoke: Country Hits, Vol. 11 (2012)
Track Listing: Somethin' 'Bout a Truck; Drunk On You; Pontoon; Woman Like You, A; Sparks Fly; Alone With You; Remind Me; You Gonna Fly; Drink On It; Over You; Crazy Girl; Postcard From Paris; Truck Yeah; Hell On Heels; Home; Why Ya Wanna;
We'll Never Say Goodbye: The Montreal Sessions 1937-1943 (2003)
The late Hank Snow was one of Country's most popular and prolific recordings stars. His hitmaking career began in the late 40's and lasted until the 80's. Canadian by birth he began his career in that country on radio before ...
Moonshine Jamboree (1993)
The "king of the hillbilly piano players" shows up at his best on these 24 tracks, cut during his prime years, 1946 through 1954, when he was associated principally with King Records. It's easy to hear the roots of Jerry ...
Delbert & Glen (1972)
Delbert McClinton and Glen Clark had been knocking around the Texas rock scene for more than a decade before teaming up in California for a couple of albums in the early 1970s. The first of these, Delbert & Glen is, ...
Second Wind/Keeper of the Flame (2002)
This two-fer represents both albums Delbert McClinton cut for Capricorn Records, which was to close its doors for the first time in 1979. Esteemed producer Johnny Sandlin was on board for both recordings and brought unique touches to each. On ...
Very Best of Stonewall Jackson: Waterloo (2003)
This ten-track collection material by honky tonk badass Stonewall Jackson features a number of his biggest hits -- such as the title track -- with some lesser-known titles for an adequately priced introduction to the man and his ragged magic. ...
Yes, Ma'm, He Found Me in a Honky Tonk (2013)
Track Listing: DISC 1: Woman's Man, A; Ten Minutes 'Til Heartaches; Broadminded; I Just Wanted You to Be Proud of Me; I Narrowed This Triangle; Papa's Medicine Show; I Want Some More of This; Once More; If I'd Only Listened ...
Crazy Arms: Big Hits and Favorites (2008)
When Ray first charted in '52, Hank Williams was his main influence; by the mid-'50s, he'd forged his own fusion of honky-tonk and Western swing. These 42 tracks trace that evolution as you hear his early hits Talk to Your ...
That's the Way Life Goes: The Hit Songs 1950-1975 (2004)
There have been many Lefty Frizzell compilations over the years, most of them excellent, but few surpass Columbia/Legacy's comprehensive, listenable 1997 double-disc set Look What Thoughts Will Do, which covers nearly his entire career, stopping short of his last hits ...
||Pure Truck & Country (2008) |
Pure Truck & Country (the title says it all) offers up ten road-worthy diesel jams from the likes of honky tonk staples like Red Sovine ("Hitch Hiking Girl"), Claude Gray ("How Fast Them Trucks Can Go"), and Lonnie Irving ("Gooseball ...
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Best of Jerry Lee Lewis (1991)
Jerry Lee's distinctive version of Ray Price's 'Crazy Arms' was his Sun debut, but it was his second single, a revival of Roy Hall's `Whole Lotta Shakin' Goin' On' in 1957 that propelled him to international fame. The record, which ...
High Geared Daddy (2008)
Country archivist label Bear Family's GONNA SHAKE THIS SHACK TONIGHT series focuses on the rollicking, uptempo sides of honky-tonk giants. Their Webb Pierce entry, HIGH GEARED DADDY, features some of the most infectious, barroom-rocking tracks to come out of 1950s ...
Subject to Change (1973)
Delbert McClinton and Glen Clark's second and final album as a duo wasn't much different in tone than their first, Delbert & Glen. It was relaxed Texas roots rock, though perhaps less blues-inclined (and more countrified) than its predecessor, and ...
Playlist: The Very Best of George Jones (2009)
The title of this 2009 compilation contains neither the word "hits" nor "best," so it makes no bones about not being a collection of singles from George Jones' time at Epic. It is merely a Playlist, a collection of songs ...
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Mile Markers (2005)
While the Bastard Sons of Johnny Cash still haven't summoned up the swagger or the attitude to live up to their name, their third album, Mile Markers, does find them finally living up to the promise of their first two ...
20 Greatest Hits (1992)
The late Tammy Wynette was one of the queens of country music. Along with her peers Loretta Lynn and Dolly Parton, she virtually defined country singing from the female side of the equation. Her voice balanced strength and vulnerability, singing ...
Texas Tornado (2005)
This endlessly imitated singin' southpaw was the only country star ever to have four records in the Top 10 at once; all four are here plus the rest of his essential hits! Includes Always Late (with Your Kisses); I Want ...
Chippin' Away (2011)
Texas neo-honky tonk singer and songwriter Kevin Fowler isn't one of those groomed hat acts so popular on contemporary country stations these days. His no-frills beer-drinking music is closer in spirit to outlaw country, and on Chippin' Away, his sixth ...
The best way to experience Delbert McClinton's rowdy roadhouse combination of blues, roots rock, R&B, country, and Tex-Mex is on-stage with a couple of hundred other fans on a Saturday night. In that spirit, McClinton's second live album, and first ...
Tragic Songs of Life/Satan Is Real (2007)
If the Louvin Brothers weren't the greatest harmony duo in the history of country music, their serious rivals were few and far between, and their best recordings are among the most emotionally resonant in American roots music. The Louvin Brothers ...
Greatest Hits (1990)
Although it's brief and cheaply produced, Greatest Hits contains many of the essential Ferlin Husky tracks, including "A Dear John Letter," and which isn't on Capitol Collector's Series, "Gone," and "Wings of a Dove." For the budget-conscious it isn't a ...