Feel Like Going Home: The Essential Charlie Rich songs Product Information
Feel Like Going Home: The Essential Charlie Rich album for sale by Charlie Rich was released Jan 28, 1997 on the Columbia/Legacy label. Recorded between 1959 and 1991. Feel Like Going Home: The Essential Charlie Rich buy CD music Includes liner notes by Greg Geller, Peter Guralnick, Sam Phillips, Margaret Ann Rich, Billy Sherrill, Scott Billington and Terry Gross. Feel Like Going Home: The Essential Charlie Rich songs Charlie Rich's career stretched from the '50s to the '90s and was marked by an honest devotion to his own musical vision. His vision wound up taking him into the terrain of country, blues, jazz, soul, and rock & roll. Feel Like Going Home: The Essential Charlie Rich CD music is a 2-disc set with 36 songs. ...See Full Description
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Feel Like Going Home: The Essential Charlie Rich buy CD music Customer Reviews
These songs have evidently been taken from many different sources. Some are good quality and others are not. Although a Charlie Rich fan, I really can't recommend this CD.
By patricia.yancey (Crystal River, Fl.)
||... and essential it is!|
This superb collection throws light on the many sides of Charlie Rich, one of the most convincing and impassioned singers in american music history.
By a reviewer (Sweden)
||Fitting intro to Rich's ouevre|
Pity that someone on this site should find this collection disappointing - I can only assume she is mentally defective. Apart from there being not being enough tracks - there is easily room for another "Essential Charlie Rich" - the choice of material here is almost perfect and the sound quality superb.
By charlesrollings (London, England)
||the bestest of the best|
although it doesn't contain all the good stuff, wouldn't fit on two cd's anyway, i agree with nearly every choice made.
By olaf (frankfurt, germany)
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Feel Like Going Home: The Essential Charlie Rich songs Product Details
|CD Universe Part number||1088437|
|Label||Columbia / Legacy|
|Release Date||Jan 28, 1997|
|Recording Time||103 minutes|
|Personnel||Charlie Rich - vocals, piano|
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Strong Enough CD (2002)
Feel Like Going Home: The Essential Charlie Rich buy CD music With 2002's STRONG ENOUGH, Travis Tritt continues building on the success of his 2000 comeback DOWN THE ROAD I GO. Although his acceptance into the inner sanctum of Music Row remains a foregone conclusion, Tritt continues to cling to the Waylon-inspired country-rock roots that initially made Nashville decision-makers wary of the long-haired, leather-clad maverick who arrived on the scene in the early '90s. Whether he's doling out "Strong Enough To Be Your Man," (an answer song to Sheryl Crow's 1993 smash "Strong Enough"), or delivering the Southern boogie of "Time To Get Crazy," this Georgia native continues to dally with the unconventional (for mainstream country, that is).
Other highlights include "I Can't Seem To Get Over You" a chugging country-rocker co-written with Marty Stuart in response to Waylon Jennings's death, along with poignant ballads "I Don't Ever Want To Make Her Feel That Way" and the eyebrow-raising "God Must Be A Woman." After a few turns through STRONG ENOUGH, Tritt's statements of intent on the strutting twang-fest "You Can't Count Me Out Yet" sound entirely believable.
Mike Brignardello (bass); Gregg Morrow (drums); Eddie Bayers, Eric Darken (percussion); Lisa Cochran, Neil Thrasher, Melodie Crittenden, John Cowan, Andrea Zonn, Curtis Young (background vocals).
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Recorded at Emerald Sound and Our Place Studios, Nashville, Tennessee and The Sound Studios, Norcross, Georgia.
Producers: Travis Tritt, Billy Joe Walker, Jr.
Personnel: Travis Tritt (vocals, background vocals); Mac McAnally (acoustic guitar); Billy Joe Walker, Jr., Marty Stuart, Reggie Young , Brent Mason (electric guitar); Dan Dugmore (steel guitar); Aubrey Haynie (fiddle); John Jarvis (piano, keyboards); Greg Morrow (drums); Eric Darken, Eddie Bayers (percussion); Curtis Young, John Cowan, Lisa Cochran, Melodie Crittenden, Neil Thrasher, Andrea Zonn, Wes Hightower (background vocals).
Audio Mixers: Chuck Ainlay; Ed Seay.
Recording information: Emerald Sound Studios, Nashville, TN; Our Place Studio, Nashville, TN; Tree Sound Studios, Norcross, GA.
Personnel: Travis Tritt (vocals); Billy Joe Walke, Jr. (acoustic & electric guitars); Mac McAnally (acoustic guitar); Brent Mason, Reggie Young (electric guitar); Dan Dugmore (steel guitar); Wanda Vick (dobro, fiddle); Aubrey Haynie (fiddle); Bob Mason (cello); Kirk Johnson (harmonica); Glen Worf,
Living The Good Life CD (2003)
Feel Like Going Home: The Essential Charlie Rich songs On his sophomore album, Hayden solidifies his reputation as an artist of significant ability and, just as important, integrity. The songs on Living the Good Life present nostalgic, soft-focus images of small-town life with the emphasis more on affection for places and people than on outlaw pretensions. "Goodbye to My Hometown" in particular bears comparison to Bruce Springsteen's "My Home Town" in its spare, evocative eloquence. The instrumentation is consistent with this lyrical orientation with fiddles, lap steel, and Dobro used tastefully and effectively; only "Son of a Rolling Stone" allows a gritty, rock-inflected guitar solo, and that one blows by pretty fast. These elements perfectly complement Hayden's dusty twang; without giving the impression that he is trying to be something other than what he is, the young singer knows how to bring life to homespun words and well-crafted melodies, as he does without fail on each of these tracks. ~ Robert L. Doerschuk
Bill Whitebeck (bass); Tom Van Schaik (drums, percussion).
Recorded at The Hit Shack, Austin, Texas.
Personnel: Rodney Hayden (vocals); Rich Brotherton (acoustic guitar, electric guitar, electric 12-string guitar, lap steel guitar, mandolin, background vocals); David Grissom, Redd Volkaert (electric guitar); Mike Auldridge (dobro); Danny Barnes (banjo); John Schattenberg, Bobby Flores (fiddle); Earl Poole Ball (piano, electric piano); Riley Osbourne (piano, organ); Ronnie Huckaby (piano); Tom Van Schaik (drums, percussion); Mark Patterson (drums).
Audio Mixers: Rich Brotherton; Steve Starnes.
Liner Note Author: Rodney Hayden.
Recording information: The hit Shack, Austin, TX.
Photographer: Glen Rose.
Personnel includes: Rodney Hayden (vocals); Rich Brotheron (acoustic & elctric guitars, mandolin, background vocals); Marty Muse (pedal steel guitar); Bobby Flores (fiddle); Earl Poole Ball (piano, electric piano);
These Days CD (1980)
Feel Like Going Home: The Essential Charlie Rich album for sale These Days earned Gayle two more number one hits, "Too Many Lovers" and "If You Ever Change Your Mind." ~ Jason Ankeny
Recorded at Jack's Tracks Recording Studio, Nashville, Tennessee.
Personnel: Crystal Gayle (vocals).
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Man Who Cried Fire CD (2002)
Feel Like Going Home: The Essential Charlie Rich CD music Perhaps more than any other player, Rahsaan Roland Kirk embodied the entire history of not only jazz but 20th century American music in his playing. No matter which of the many horns he played (more often than not three at once), he would cut through an original composition, something from the current pop repertoire, or a jazz or R&B nugget that hadn't been heard in a while, and open the floodgates, bringing all of the other musics he knew to bear on the present selection. And Kirk was not one for excess; his humor, his fire, and his soulfulness were always displayed with great tenderness and taste. This set, originally issued on Joel Dorn's Night Records label in 1991, features a series of unreleased live performances from the mid-'70s. There are six from the Keystone in San Francisco, one from the Olympia Theater in Paris, and one from the It Club in Los Angeles. Sidemen include future bright lights like pianists Hilton Ruiz and Ron Burton, trombonist Steve Turre, bassist Henry Pearson, and a host of different drummers, including John Goldsmith and Sonny Brown. There are a few percussionists in the mix as well, but not all the personnel are known due to the loose nature of the original recordings, which were made by club owners and never intended for release. Nonetheless, The Man Who Cried Fire is an essential recording by Kirk. Here he uses his multi-instrumental approach more plainly than on any of his studio albums, especially on "Multi-Horn Variations," where he transmutes the blues from Hebrew folk song to gutbucket R&B while playing three different horns that often change melodies and begin to weave into one another! Elsewhere, on the Miles mimic "Bye Bye Blackbird," Kirk cops Miles' muted tone and phrasing with his own horn. The readings of the stomping "Night Train" and "Mr. P.C." are among the most recognizable and memorable in the canon, and "New Orleans Fantasy," a small suite played with a brass band, is too surreal for words. On "You Did It, You Did It," Kirk sings and blows the blues, funky and dirty through his flute, whipping up the entire audience. Simply put, there is no other live album in jazz history that accomplishes what this one does: The Man Who Cried Fire gives a complete and rounded portrait of its speaking subject that will last for ages if Dorn can keep it in print. Just amazing. [This reissue adds one untitled track.] ~ Thom Jurek
Includes liner notes by Adam Dorn and Joel Dorn.
All tracks have been digitally remastered.
Recording information: 1973-1977.
Photographers: David Gahr; Chuck Stewart.
Don't Fret It CD (2002)
Feel Like Going Home: The Essential Charlie Rich buy CD music The second solo release of veteran sideman Rickie Simpkins, Don't Fret It is a showcase of his singularly impressive talents. Joined by an all-star cast of the bluegrass elite, including friends Tony Rice and Dan Tyminski, Simpkins more than steals the show and proves himself the consummate musician in tackling a set fairly evenly split between instrumental workouts and vocal cuts. With a contemporary bluegrass sound dominating an album that covers many musical moods, it may come as some surprise that the most traditional-sounding track is actually a cover of Tom T. Hall's "Mountain High Feeling Low." A virtuosic performer on fiddle, mandolin, and banjo, he is a near one-man band on tracks like the rousing "Black Mountain Rag" and "Golden Slippers," giving more than sufficient evidence for why he is such a sought-after session player. All in all, a varied and accomplished album that should be a welcome addition to all who appreciate exceptional musicianship. ~ Matt Fink
Liner Note Author: Jon Weisberger.
Recording information: Doobie Shea Studios, Boones Mill, VA.
Personnel: Rickie Simpkins (vocals, banjo, mandolin, fiddle, viola); Ernie Thacker (vocals); Dan Tyminski (tenor); Ronnie Bowman (baritone); Tony Rice (guitar); Randy Kohrs (dobro).
Audio Mixers: Rickie Simpkins; Tim Austin.
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Broken Hearts And Lessons Learned CD (2005)
Feel Like Going Home: The Essential Charlie Rich album for sale After seeing many bands he was in fall apart and members go their separate ways James decided to take his talents and go solo. Writing and recording acoustic songs and also full band songs entirely by himself he finished his first cd in october 2005 entitled "broken hearts and lessons learned" The album showcases all of his talents on guitar, vocals, drums, piano, and bass guitar. He writes clear and honest, heart piercing lyrics that anyone can relate to.
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