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Monday, February 8, 2010

Country & Western CD3

The final volume of "Country & Western". Features some great country, for example the wonderul "Lying Eyes" by Dave Dudley, Stonewall Jackson's re-recording of "Waterloo", Patsy Cline's "Stop the World", Bobby Bare's version of "Help Me Make It Through the Night" and Don Gibson with "Blue Blue Day", again, a re-recording here. Hope you enjoyed this series.


track list:
1. Dave Dudley - Lying Eyes
2. Buddy Meredith - I Pledge Allegiance
3. David Price - The Lonesome Truck Driver's Waltz
4. Stonewall Jackson - Waterloo
5. Ronnie Rogers - Fool on the Stool
6. Roger Miller - Walking in the Sunshine
7. Patsy Cline - Stop the World (And Let Me Off)
8. Lynn Anderson - It Must Be Love
9. Ferlin Husky - Out of a Clear Blue Sky
10. Don Gibson - Blue Blue Day
11. Conway Twitty - It's Only Make Believe
12. Linda Manning - Bonjour Tristesse (Hello Sadness)
13. Bobby Lord - Looking for a Cold Lonely Winter
14. Bobby Bare - Help Me Make It Through the Night
15. John Denver - Take Me Home, Country Roads
16. Willie Nelson & Don Cherry - My Way


tanktop said...

Mr. Mellow; I surely DID enjoy the series! It always tugs at my heart that a lot of our Golden musical heroes get to keep on doin' what they're doin', in the studio one more time again. I genuinely enjoy these later 'takes', and I really enjoy these compilations. Thank you!!
Also dug those clips of the Blasters backing Sonny Burgess!

tanktop said...

Mr. Mellow, I sure DID enjoy this series! It always tugs at my heart when our Golden musical heroes get a chance to give us another, later in life, studio take. I enjoy the concept & these compilations! Thank you!!
Also really dug those 2 clips of the Blasters backing Sonny B!