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||Ghost Riders in the Sky: Essential Recordings CD (2009) |
Tommy Goldsmith music CDs The Riders in the Sky entry in Rounder Records' discount-priced Perfect 10 Series of compilations finds the Western music revival group performing favorites from its repertoire borrowed mostly from such 1930s and `40s predecessors as Gene Autry, Roy Rogers, and the Sons ...
||Few Old Memories CD (1987) |
Tommy Goldsmith CD discography Few Old Memories collects highlights from Hazel Dickens' early '80s albums for Rounder Records. Like the original studio albums, the compilation balances excellent renditions of standards with new songs written in the same vein. Consequently, Few Old Memories is a terrific overview ...
||Yodel the Cowboy Way CD (1998) |
Tommy Goldsmith discography Both solo and harmony yodeling are spotlighted on this fun offering from Riders in the Sky. ~ Jason Ankeny
Recording information: 1103 Studio Nashville, TN; AudiopMedia Nashville, TN; Birchmere Alexandria, VA; Creative Workshop Nashville, TN; Quadrafonic Studios Nashville, TN; Woodland Sound Nashville, TN.
||This White Man's Burden CD (1998) |
Tommy Goldsmith CD discography All the promise of House's debut The Neighborhood Is Changing is fulfilled on This White Man's Burden -- a remarkably vivid songwriter, his material possesses a real depth of understanding of the realities of contemporary American life, combined with a genuine knack ...
||Contenders CD (2002) |
Tommy Goldsmith albums Track Listing of songs: Lean on Your Mind; Lack of Love, The; Walking Angel; Hollywood Girls; Silver Cup; Chain of Emotion; Dim the Light; Smokey Night Life; Whatever Reason; Talk; Light from Carolina; Last of Me, The; Valcano; Lelah;
||Rose Of My Heart CD (1984) |
Tommy Goldsmith music CDs The first album was heavily influenced by The Louvin Brothers. ~ Charles S. Wolfe
The Whitstein Brothers: Robert Whitstein (vocals, guitar); Charles Whitstein (vocals, tenor guitar, mandolin);
Additional personnel: Tommy Goldsmith (guitar); Jerry Douglas (dobro); Blaine Sprouse (fiddle); Roy Huskey, Jr. (bass).
||Neighborhood Is Changing CD (1997) |
Tommy Goldsmith songs Solid debut from a promising alternative country artist whose voice, music, and words are all pretty out of the ordinary. The songs of love and romantic entanglement admit to violent impulses that would most likely be censored by the big labels; he ...
||Light From Carolina Vol. 1 CD (2000) |
Tommy Goldsmith albums If there is more inauspicious use of "Vol. 1" in an album title, the record would still probably not be as much fun to listen to as this one. It is the only album ever released by the Contenders, so there was ...
||Rickety Stairs CD |
Tommy Goldsmith discography Doug Hoekstra's second album continues in the same warm vein as his first, WHEN THE TUBES BEGIN TO GLOW. It was recorded in his hometown of Nashville, as well as in Chicago. The opening track features Hoekstra on all the instruments and a mournful harmonica that is positively alluring. Elsewhere, there are ...