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Lost in the Ozone
mpn: 1698755, ean: 0076731118529,
4.1 out of 5 stars with 192 reviews
With SF loving their hometown boys and the country world catching on, this band was primed for fame when this 1971 debut came out. Their hit takes on Beat Me Daddy, Eight to the Bar and Hot Rod Lincoln join 20 Flight Rock; Family Bible; Wine Do Yer Stuff , and more!Shrink-wrapped.
The Best of the Hot Club of Cowtown
mpn: CDSHFA31098, ean: 0826663109849,
4.4 out of 5 stars with 84 reviews
The enthusiasm that this band had for Bob Wills, Django Reinhardt and other hot swingers of old yielded a devoted fan base after they formed in the mid-'90s. This 20-track collection reveals why Bob Dylan, Willie Nelson and others have brought this band on tour: Sleep; When I Lost You; Secret of Mine; Emily ; live cuts, and more!Best Of Hot Club Of Cowtown by Hot Club Of Cowtown (2008-08-19).
mpn: 731456013923, ean: 0731456013923,
4.2 out of 5 stars with 198 reviews
21 tracks, 21 Top 10 country hits, drawn from Steve's extemely successful stays at RCA, MCA Nashville and Arista Nashville! Includes the #1 hits All Roads Lead to You; Some Fools Never Learn; You Can Dream of Me; Life's Highway; Small Town Girl; The Weekend; Lynda; Where Did I Go Wrong , and I Got Dreams .Shrink-wrapped.
King of Western Swing
mpn: 0788065777029, ean: 0788065777029,
4.4 out of 5 stars with 55 reviews
Born in 1905 in Kosse, Texas, Bob Wills was the first child of ten. A great uncle was a fine fiddle player and it was hoped that Bob would emulate him. Bob's first public appearance playing fiddle was in 1915 - his father had been booked to play and sent the ten-year old Bob ahead with the instruments. When Wills senior arrived he was too drunk to perform. Bob took over. The audience, in the mood for fun was soon out on the floor. Bob's repertoire was only about six tunes and he played them
Strait Out Of The Box [4 CD/CS Box Set]
mpn: 008811126322, ean: 0000881112632,
4.2 out of 5 stars with 116 reviews
72 tracks compiled and annotated by George himself, including every one of his 30 #1 hits plus 11 more chart singles, 19 LP tracks and 11 rarities, plus some unreleased tracks, like his duet with Frank Sinatra on Fly Me to the Moon ! These songs ruled '80s and '90s country radio: George's #1 hit version of Bob Wills' Right or Wrong; Love Without End, Amen; I've Come to Expect It from You; All My Ex's Live in Texas; Am I Blue; Ace in the Hole; The Chair; If I Know Me , and more. When the hits
50 Number Ones
mpn: 008817039022, ean: 0799665042554,
4.3 out of 5 stars with 121 reviews
For over twenty years George has remained at the forefront in an industry always looking for the fresh new thing. George's always consistent vocals, song quality and constant charm have continued to earn the respect of his peers and audiences alike. This first ever collection of George's 50 #1 career singles is a 2-CD set including 'I Hate Everything' the new single showing signs that George isn't satisfied with just 50 #1's. When George Strait's ''She'll Leave You With a Smile'' moved to the
Roots of Elvis
4.6 out of 5 stars with 112 reviews
Tracks range from the gospel tinged melodies from Martha Carson's 'Satisfied' to the hard rocking proto-rockabilly of Freddie Bell & The Bell Boys' 'Hound Dog'. Obvious country roots such as Red Foley's 'Hearts Of Stone', Kay Starr's 'Fool, Fool, Fool' & Willy & Ruth's 'Love Me' are complimented with up-tempo R&B from Joe Turner's 'Shake, Rattle And Roll' & tender blues from Ray Charles' 'I Got A Woman'. The album contains 21 tracks which result in a pretty awesome & eclectic selection. Rev.
No Way I Can Lose
4.5 out of 5 stars with 115 reviews
Rock-A-Way Lonesome Moon
4.1 out of 5 stars with 212 reviews
Full of purest rockabilly and Western bop, the Roy Kay Trio's Rock-a-Way Lonesome Moon is a superb third album that finds the drummerless trio sounding better than ever. Having delved deep into straight-up rockabilly on the group's first two albums, guitarist/vocalist Roy Kay, lead guitarist Mike Geglia, and upright bassist Robin Cady move on to '50s country here. The result is an utterly tuneful and danceable album that reveals the trio's knack for sparkling vocal harmonies and snappy guitar
mpn: BCD16416, ean: 4000127164162,
4.0 out of 5 stars with 252 reviews
Wesley Tuttle was one of the most popular radio and television stars, as well as one of the top West Coast session musicians, and a western B-movie star, supporting Tex Ritter, Charles Starrett and Jimmy Wakely, among others..
RESERVATION BLUES The Soundtrack
4.7 out of 5 stars with 131 reviews
This recording blends Spokane/Coeur d' Alene Indian writer Sherman Alexie's words with Colville Indian songwriter Jim Boyd's music to form a very moving collaboration. Three songs from this CD was placed in the miramax motion picture Smoke Signals and is included on the TVT Records soundtrack. The song ''Small World'' was placed on the benefit CD HONOR, which included many other guests such as; Bonnie Raitt, the Indigo Girls, John Trudell, Matthew Sweet, and many more.Thunderwolf.
The Tiffany Transcriptions
4.7 out of 5 stars with 21 reviews
For our first-ever exclusive Collectors Choice Music boxed set, we re presenting a series of recordings that changed the face of American country music, and, indeed, American popular music in general. But more on that later. The story behind the Tiffany Transcriptions is this: in 1945, Bob Wills, Oakland, California disc jockey Cactus Jack and businessman-songwriter Clifford Sundin founded Tiffany Music, Inc. to create a series of transcriptions, pre-packaged radio shows featuring Wills and his
The Warner Brothers Years & More
By Haley, Bill & His Comets
mpn: BCD16157, ean: 4000127161574,
4.1 out of 5 stars with 153 reviews
(6-CD LP-sized Box-Set with 40-page book) Contains all of his American post-Decca recordings from 1960-1969, beginning with his artistically satisfying stint at Warner Bros. and ending with his association with Buddah Records, including cuts made for Gone, Roulette, Guest Star, Nicetown, Apt, United Artists, and Kory, including many never before released titles..
Pee Wee King & His Golden West Cowboys
mpn: BCD15727, ean: 4000127157270,
4.3 out of 5 stars with 124 reviews
(6-CD LP-Sized Box Set with 66-page book, 152 tracks) One of the strangest stories in country music is how a polka bandleader called Frank Kuczynski from Wisconsin became Pee Wee King and led a big band on the Opry, then wrote several of the biggest hits in country music history. The story is here, and the music is here, including the original versions of Tennessee Waltz, Slow Poke and Bonaparte's Retreat, as well as lesser-known classics like Tennessee Central #9, Ten Gallon Boogie, Jukebox
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