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Nashville Was The Roughest..
mpn: BCD15831, ean: 4000127158314,
4.8 out of 5 stars with 81 reviews
Before anyone called him an Outlaw, Willie Nelson tried to play the game in Nashville. In 1964, he recorded a few sessions for Monument, then accepted Chet Atkins's invitation to join RCA. He stayed eight years at RCA, years riddled with ups and downs, but years that helped shape the Willie Nelson we came to know..
Old Dan's Records
4.6 out of 5 stars with 76 reviews
Out-of-print in the US. Personnel: Gordon Lightfoot (vocals, guitar, vibraphone); Red Shea (guitar, classical guitar, dobro); Terry Clements (guitar); Ollie Strong (steel guitar); David Bromberg (slide dobro); Larry Good (5-string banjo); Bruce Good (autoharp); Nick DeCaro (piano); Rick Haynes (bass); Barry Keane (drums, percussion); Dave Brown (percussion)..
Are You Ready for the Country / What Goes Around Comes Around
4.5 out of 5 stars with 72 reviews
Digitally remastered coupling of 2 albums from the 1970's King Of Country Music who exemplified the ''Outlaw'' artist...one who eschewed the Nashville standard ethic and recorded what he felt like recording. 1976's ''Are You Ready For The Country'' is indeed a cover of a Neil Young song, which at the time turned the Nashville establishment on it's collective ear. Jennings also recorded covers of Dr. Hook and The Marshall Tucker Band and revisited Jimmy Webb's pop classic ''MacArthur Park''
Closing in on the Fire
mpn: 618681002321, ean: 0618681002321,
4.1 out of 5 stars with 114 reviews
Some of Waylon Jennings's brightest moments have come with galloping Texas near-rockers like ''Are You Sure Hank Done It This Way,'' so Closing In on the Fire's emphasis on boogie and blues is no surprise. Nor is the basic thrust of many of the songs here; Waylon will continue delivering bemused observations like ''Back Home (Where I Come From)'' till the planet spins off its axis. Exceptions include the sweetly effective ballad ''Be Mine'' (with guitar support by Mark Knopfler) and one real
4.1 out of 5 stars with 119 reviews
4.8 out of 5 stars with 30 reviews
Remastered Two-fer of 1978 'album' with the Hit 'bluer Than Blue' and 1979 Releases..
The Man In Black Vol. 3: 1963-69 Plus
mpn: BCD15588, ean: 4000127155887,
4.1 out of 5 stars with 199 reviews
(6-CD LP-sized box set with 48-page book) The third volume in our chronological documentation of Johnny Cash's epic career covers the period before Cash became a superstar following the San Quentin and Folsom albums and his ABC-TV series. During this period, he almost forsook country for folk music. During this period, he made some of the most radical and experimental country albums ever recorded, as well as hits like Understand Your Man, Orange Blossom Special, and The One On The Left Is On
Flashes of Fire: Hoyt's Very Best 1962-1990
mpn: 181, ean: 0612657018125,
4.6 out of 5 stars with 137 reviews
The larger than life image of the bear of a man that was Hoyt Axton filled many roles in life: artist, actor, athlete, philospher, but above all, storyteller and songwriter. The son of Mae Axton (who co-wrote ''Heartbreak Hotel'') wrote his own classics: ''Greenback Dollar'', ''Joy To The World'', ''Snowblind Friend'', ''The Pusher'', ''Never Been To Spain'', ''The No No Song'', ''Boney Fingers'', ''Della & The Dealer'' and ''When The Morning Comes''. All of these and more are included in this
4.3 out of 5 stars with 82 reviews
Waylon Live [Vinyl] Waylon Jennings ...1976 RCA Victor Stereo APL1-1108.
Waylon Jennings: Nashville Rebel
mpn: BVD20103, ean: 4000127201034,
4.2 out of 5 stars with 119 reviews
Waylon stars as Arlin Grove, a young rebel trying to make his way in the music business. Sound familiar? Lovable gullible Arlin becomes a star only to be betrayed by his evil manager. With guts, determination and a few encouraging words from Tex Ritter, he makes a comeback. This movie premiered in Nov. 1966, and the majority of the film was shot in Nashville and featured many live performances from the stage of the Grand Ole Opry. Features the songs: Cousin Jody: Mockingbird / Waylon Jennings:
mpn: 2-45308, ean: 0093624530824,
4.5 out of 5 stars with 121 reviews
Compared to her sometime singing partner Dolly Parton, Emmylou Harris is not an especially distinctive singer or songwriter. She lacks the raw talent to match the towering high points of Parton's career, but at the same time Harris has managed to avoid the embarrassing lapses that have plagued Parton. Harris has exhibited a deep understanding of what makes the best country music endure and a stubborn refusal to accept anything less. You can comb through her 20 albums and never find an
The Complete MCA Recordings
4.8 out of 5 stars with 88 reviews
Waylon refused to go the pop route in the mid-'80s, instead signing to MCA and keeping his country sound pure. This 43-track, 2-CD set brings you every cut on his four 1985-88 MCA LPs (his hits Rose in Paradise; Will the Wolf Survive; Working Without a Net; Fallin' Out; What You'll Do When I'm Gone , and more) plus the bonus hit duets Even Cowgirls Get the Blues (with Johnny Cash) and My Rough Rowdy Ways (with John Anderson)!.
4.2 out of 5 stars with 41 reviews
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