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For the Last Time
By United Artists Records
4.4 out of 5 stars with 201 reviews
TWO RECORD SET WITH 12X12 BOOKLET IN HEAVY DUTY JACKET..
Faded Love 1947-1973
mpn: 16550, ean: 4000127165503,
4.5 out of 5 stars with 12 reviews
(13-CD/1-DVD LP-sized box set with 136-page hardcover book) This set picks up where the San Antonio Rose box closed - just as essential, it covers the remainder of Bob Wills' amazing career. This set contains every surviving commercial track that Wills cut between 1947 and his final recordings of 1973, and includes classic tracks like Faded Love, Bubbles In My Beer, Boot Heel Drag and My Shoes Keep Walking Back To You, as well as previously unissued performances, including the legendary 1971
San Antonio Rose
mpn: BCD15933, ean: 4000127159335,
4.9 out of 5 stars with 252 reviews
11-CD LP-sized box set with NTSC-format DVD and 168-page book contains Bob's complete Columbia recordings available for the first time, covering the first 15 years of his career (1932-47) - it begins with his 1932 Victor recordings & goes on to cover his ARC & Columbia output, featuring a slew of rare alternate takes & unreleased material; the DVD contains the complete movie Take Me Back To Oklahoma..
My Rifle, My Pony and Me (Western Movies Songs)
4.7 out of 5 stars with 179 reviews
There is astonishingly little overlap between this 26-song collection, consisting of songs from various western movie and television soundtracks, and other, rival domestic releases. As usual, Bear Family has done its best to gather together the best and most unusual of this material -- a promotional-only single of Ricky Nelson and Dean Martin singing ''My Rifle, My Pony and Me'' from Rio Bravo (adapted by Dimitri Tiomkin from the title theme from a score he wrote for an earlier John
Cliff Bruner & His Texas Wanderers
mpn: BCD15932, ean: 4000127159328,
4.8 out of 5 stars with 18 reviews
(5-CD LP-sized box-set with 60-page book) Fiddler Cliff Bruner's Texas Wanderers were one of the most important and exciting bands in Texas Swing history, a group that stirred countless others and bridged the gap between the western swing sound of the '30s and the honky-tonk sound of the '40s. Not only did Bruner introduce such enduring classics as It Makes No Difference Now, I'll Keep On Loving You, and Truck Driver's Blues, he also is one of the most revered and influential fiddle players in
Rock 'N' Roll Arrives: the Real Birth of Rock 'N' Roll 1946-1954
mpn: BCD16509, ean: 4000127165091,
4.4 out of 5 stars with 285 reviews
(5-CD LP-sized box set with 100-page hardcover book) Here are absolutely all of Haley's pre-Decca recordings. These recordings are where rock 'n' roll really began. They predate Rock Around The Clock, and reveal Bill and the Comets at work on their own unique blend of boogie woogie, hillbilly, pop, blues and jazz, years before anyone else. We hear him invent the as-yet unnamed music that came to be called rock 'n' roll that eventually changed the world. In addition to all of his recordings for
strait country LP
4.5 out of 5 stars with 77 reviews
Tracklist A1 Unwound 2:24 A2 Honky Tonk Downstairs 2:31 A3 Blame It On Mexico 2:45 A4 If You're Thinking You Want A Stranger (There's One Coming Home) 2:55 A5 I Get Along With You 2:40 B1 Down And Out 3:23 B2 Friday Night Fever 2:27 B3 Every Time You Throw Dirt On Her (You Lose A Little Ground) 3:05 B4 She's Playing Hell Trying To Get Me To Heaven 2:39 B5 Her Goodbye Hit Me In The Heart 3:02.
Poncho and Lefty
4.7 out of 5 stars with 260 reviews
Tales From The Ozone
mpn: 7O-RKZ2-XS6C, ean: 7081446567565,
4.4 out of 5 stars with 288 reviews
This Warner Bros. VINYL LP RECORD from 1975.
Minnie The Moocher; It's Gonna Be One Of Those Nights; Connie; I Been to Georgia On a Fast train; Honky Tonk Music; Lightnin-Bar Blues; Paid In Advance; Cajun Baby; Tina Louise; The Shadow Knows; Roll Your Own; Gypsy Fiddle..
That Silver Haired Daddy Of Mine
mpn: BCD15944, ean: 4000127159441,
4.3 out of 5 stars with 61 reviews
Very few know that America's ''Singing Cowboy'' began his career as the writer & performer of authentic white country blues. While working as a telegrapher for the St. Louis & San Francisco Railroad (the Frisco Line), he used a railroad pass to travel to New York in 1929, hoping to follow his dream of competing with the top pop singers of the day. Instead, on the advice of Frankie and Johnny Marvin and legendary producer Arthur Satherley, Autry used his talent to emulate Jimmie Rodgers, which
mpn: BCD15744, ean: 4000127157447,
4.3 out of 5 stars with 43 reviews
Here are Merle Haggard's complete recordings for Tally and Capitol from 1962 to 1968 (except the Jimmie Rodgers tribute available separately, on Bear Family BCD 15740). The classic early hits are here, like Strangers, and Mama Tried, but the importance of this set is that it shows Merle's developing artistry in the album tracks, abandoned cuts, and rare singles..
mpn: JJCD7009, ean: 0800633700922,
4.0 out of 5 stars with 200 reviews
Franco-American Swing is a true musical magnum opus created by John Jorgenson, one of the top musicians in the world. John is not as artist to be pigeonholed as just a brilliant guitarist, a Hellecaster, a rocker, or one of the most requested and highly.Pharoah Records.2006Audio CD.
For the Record: 43 Legendary Hits
4.6 out of 5 stars with 267 reviews
Guaranteed to work or your money back - PLEASE NOTE ALL MONIES FROM THIS SALE GO TO A 501 (C)3 NO KILL ANIMAL SHELTER History occurs twice, first as tragedy, later as farce--or so the adage goes. With these new versions of old classics, Merle Haggard is somewhere between defying and fulfilling that fate. Some cuts are like faded carbon copies; others, given Hag's stately quaver, have a mellow poignancy; a few, like the duets with Jewel, Brooks & Dunn, and Alabama, are simply irrelevant. But
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