The first disc features famous Kristofferson songs. The second disc is a compilation of Kristofferson hits made famous by other artists.
Kris Kristofferson is known for a half-dozen compositions that became pop or country hits in the early 1970s, most of ...
||Very Best of Outlaw Country (2008)
The term "outlaw country" initially centered around the groundbreaking 1976 album Wanted! The Outlaws by Waylon Jennings, Willie Nelson, Tompall Glaser, and Jessi Colter. Since that time, the moniker has been broadened to pin down similar likeminded performers who play ...
||Moonrise Kingdom (2012)
By the time of Moonrise Kingdom's release, the soundtracks to Wes Anderson films had become not exactly predictable, but certainly familiar to his fans: some British Invasion deep cuts here, some intricate, chamber pop-inspired score music there. Yet Anderson and ...
||Country Gospel, Vol. 1 (2008) |
Track Listing: Family Bible; I Saw the Light; To My Mansion in the Sky; You'll Never Walk Alone; Mansion Over the Hilltop; I Won't Have to Cross Jordan Alone; He Set Me Free; Where Could I Go; That Silver Haired Daddy of Mine; One Day at a Time; Suppertime;
Hank Williams Tribute: Lonesome Whistle (2011)
McCoy's tribute to the king of country music, includes guests Ricky Skaggs, Roy Clark and more.
Tributee: Hank Williams.
Personnel: Charlie McCoy (vocals, harmonica, vibraphone); Hank Williams (vocals, acoustic guitar); Roy Clark (vocals, electric guitar); Ricky Skaggs (vocals, mandolin); Jett Williams (vocals); ...
||Swamp People (2013) |
Aired on the History channel, Swamp People is a reality show that chronicles the lives of a bunch of Cajun alligator hunters in the Louisiana bayou. Fittingly, the soundtrack to the show -- released in 2013, after the fourth season ...
||Good Old Country Gospel (1995)
Good Old Country Gospel includes sacred selections by classic country artists like the Statler Brothers, Hank Williams, Sr., Jerry Lee Lewis, Roy Acuff and George Jones. ~ Keith Farley
Hank Williams,Jr & Sr,George Jones,Roy Acuff,Statler Bros++
Personnel: George Jones (vocals).
||King of the Road (2012) |
Track Listing: DISC 1: Tulsa Time; King Of The Road; Six Days On The Road; Dixie Fried; I Can See An Angel; Rock And Roll Lullaby; Freightliner Fever; You're Lookin' At Country; Okie From Muskogee; Barstool Mountain; DISC 2: Hillbilly ...
||Dublin Drag Orch / Duron / Salazar / Sanabras|
Motion of the Heart & Viva Frida! (2012)
||United States Army Band Blues Swamp Romp|
Voodoo Boogaloo (2010)
Track Listing: It Ain't My Fault; Voodoo Boogaloo; Caravan; Just a Closer Walk With Thee; I Wish; Requiem; Tiger Rag; Raoul's Cool Above Ground Pool; Whoopin' Blues; Milenburg Joys; Frenchman Street House Party; Jambalaya; You Are My Sunshine; Musicians' Village;
No-One to Blame (2007)
Recording information: The East York Masonic Temple.
Photographer: Rob Waymen.
Personnel: Rita Chiarelli (vocals); John King (guitar, dobro); Al Lerman (harmonica); Pat Carey (saxophone, baritone saxophone); Peter Jeffrey (trumpet); Gary Craig (drums, percussion); Hiram Joseph, Amoy Levy (background vocals).
Audio Mixers: Paul Benedict; ...
Vibes, Straight Up (2009)
Steve Hobbs is a new name to many jazz lovers, but has been an up-and-coming vibraphonist named in critics' polls for a long time. The New Yorker grew up in North Carolina, and he feels his somewhat Southern roots made ...
Del Shannon Sings Hank Williams (1965)
Del Shannon released this magnificent tribute to Hank Williams in 1965, at the very height of the British Invasion, and since he played it straight on his interpretations of Williams' songs, trying to capture the sound and feel of the ...
||Patriotic Country (2004)
Historically, many country artists have been quick to assert an unwavering love for the United States. Released at the height of the Iraqi Conflict, PATRIOTIC COUNTRY provides a Nashville-style reminder of why the Stars & Stripes are worth defending. In ...
||Grand Ole Opry 75th Anniversary, Vol. 1 (2000) |
A quick overview of some of country music's greats, both traditional and contemporary. The early days of the Opry are represented by artists like Ernest Tubb, Hank Williams, Bill Monroe, and Patsy Cline while also featuring a couple of today's ...
||Best Of Country Cheatin' Songs (2009) |
Track Listing: ; Ruby, Don't Take Your Love To Town; You Ain't Woman Enough To Take My Man; After The Fire Is Gone; Your Cheatin' Heart; This Time I've Hurt Her More Than She Loves Me; Window Up Above;
Brenda Lee (1960)
Released in England on Brunswick Records as Miss Dynamite Brenda Lee (that label also issued a 78 RPM of "Dynamite" b/w "Love You Till I Die" in 1957), the Brenda Lee album followed Grandma, What Great Songs You Sang by ...
Window Up Above: American Songs 1770-1998 (1998)
Tom Varner's interpretations from that rich mine that is American music is, quite simply, one of the most ear-opening and singular recordings to be heard in too long. The Missouri-bred horn player looks out over two centuries of diverse and ...
||Patriotic Country, Vol. 2 (2005)
As the Iraq War dragged on and George Bush's approval ratings plummeted, 2005 marked--in some respects--the year America's patriotic fervor cooled a bit. Nevertheless, there's nothing like a little good ol' country music to get the flags waving and the ...
Roots & Branches (2006)
Released around the same time in 2006 as Johnny Cash's posthumous AMERICAN RECORDINGS V, Hip-O's ROOTS & BRANCHES features a well-selected set of songs by some of the artists that influenced the Man in Black. While Cash's country predecessors are ...
On Tour (2011)
Track Listing: Dans Les Rues D'Antibes; Savoy Blues; Burgundy Street Blues; Doing the New Lowdown; It Ain't No Sin to Take Off Your Skin; St. Philip Street Breakdown; April Showers; Man I Love, The; Wild Cat Blues; In the Shade ...
||Shawshank Redemption (1994)
THE SHAWSHANK REDEMPTION was nominated for Best Instrumental Composition Written For A Motion Picture Or For Television.
Original score composed by Thomas Newman.
Audio Remixers: Dennis Sands; Thomas Newman.
Recording information: Todd-AO scoring; Village Recorder.
Editor: Bill Bernstein.
||Hank Williams, Jr.|
Gospel Favorites (1995)
Track Listing: House of Gold, A; Wait For the Light to Shine; I'm Gonna Sing; Jesus, Don't Give up on Me; Wealth Won't Save Your Soul; Calling You; I Saw the Light; I'm Going Home; Prodigal Son, The; When God ...
||Williams Hank Sr.|
Williams Hank Sr. Vol. 2 - Hits (1995)
It's damn near impossible to go wrong with any Hank Wiliams hits collection, so THE HITS VOLUME TWO starts from a position of strength. It's twelve songs, some of the most well known in Williams's stellar catalog, cut right to ...
||Nascar: Hotter Than Asphalt (1996) |
All tracks have been digitally mastered using HDCD technology.
Producers include: Ron Chancey, Blake Chancey, James Stroud, Johnny Slate, Joe Diffie.
Personnel: Johnny Van Zant, Killer Beaz, Tim Rushlow (vocals); Billy Joe Walker, Jr. (acoustic guitar, electric guitar); Porter Howell (acoustic guitar, ...