Saturday, March 19, 2011
5:43 PM Christian Lamitschka No comments
CD Review March 2011
Scott Kokoff – A Better Life
1. I Know Your Story (4:21) 2. Friend In Need (4:38) 3. A Better Life (3:34) 4. Sparrows (5:07) 5. Tomorrow's Coming (4:09) 6. Glimpse Of Your Face (5:40) 7. Acid Rain (3:35) 8. There's A Woman (4:58) 9. Teresa Jane (4:33) 10. Holy Fire (4:09) 11. Autumn Sky (4:18) 12. You And Me (3:15) 13. Do You Wanna Play (4:30)
Scott Kokoff from Queens, New York, falls under the guild the singer and songwriter. "A Better Life" he spreads the whole range of music before a. Rock, Country, Blues and Pop influences in the individual Songs again. It is difficult for the many good Songs a auszusuchen better than the other, therefore, it also waived.
Gretchen Peters – Circus Girl „The Best of Gretchen Peters“
Scarlet Letter Records
1. Circus Girl 2. Aviator's Song, The 3. Sunday Morning 4. Secret Of Life, The 5. If Heaven 6. On A Bus To St Cloud 7. In A Perfect World 8. This Town 9. Picasso And Me 10. When You Are Old 11. Independence Day 12. Tomorrow Morning 13. Way You Move Me, The 14. Don't You Know 15. Nobody's Girl
Grammy and numerous Hits for the great Country Music written. It can be Gretchen Peters in a sentence describe. Your current Album "Circus Girl" is a mixture of Country and Folk. For all the Fans in Germany is now possible for a Tour in March toGermany.
Rob Hudec – Dandelion
1. Back home (4:50) 2. You can't stop the world from turning (feat. Jesse Zubot) (3:40) 3. What you gonna do? (3:56) 4. Dandelion (2:21) 5. Oh honey won't you please come home (5:11) 6. Tip toe'n (3:42) 7. My heart will always beat for you (5:03) 8. Your place in life is home (3:08) 9. Slovak style (feat. Ezra Azmon) (3:49) 10. Shine your light (3:48)
Rob Hudec is actually in the area Blues race. But, as well known, can be found in the Country Music and many Blues again. The Album confidently presented Rob Hudec, who is one of 10 children. His parents were very industrious. They grew up in Leader, Saskatchewan and found its way to early music. The Album "Dandelion" now offers for almost everybody. influences from Country "Back Home," Blues "; You can't Stop The World From Turning"; "Gospel Shine Your Light" and "What You Gonna Do?" Reaggy found on the CD. Who not only on Country Music is fixed, the CD a refreshing change experience.
Darius Rucker – Charleston, SC 1966
Capitol Reocords Nashville
509996 26939 2 9
1. This (3:38) 2. Come Back Song (3:55) 3. Might Get Lucky (3:45) 4. Whiskey And You (4:14) 5. Southern State Of Mind (3:36) 6. Love Will Do That (3:24) 7. The Craziest Thing (3:15) 8. Things I'd Never Do (3:48) 9. We All Fall Down (3:35) 10. I Don't Care (Featuring Brad Paisley) (4:01) 11. She's Beautiful (4:05) 12. I Got Nothin' (3:24) 13. In A Big Way (3:51)
2007 Contract with plates signed Darius Rucker Capitol Records Nashville. Out came the Album "Learn To Live," which three No. 1 Singles proposed. Now is his new Album "Charleston, SC 1966" on the market. It has everything Country Fans want. New and old elements in the song was mixed and particularly wonderful Song is the duet with Brad Paisley "I Thu't Care", where the whole of Darius Rucker can reveal.
Trace Adkins – The Definitive Greatest Hits Til The Last Shot's Fired
Hump Head Records
1. Honky Tonk Badonkadonk (4:00) 2. Rough & Ready (3:08) 3. (This Ain't) No Thinkin' Thing (4:01) 4. Chrome (3:21) 5. Marry For Money (3:03) 6. Then They Do (4:30) 7. Swing (3:37) 8. I Left Something Turned On At Home (3:07) 9. I'm Tryin' (3:41) 10. All I Ask For Anymore (3:57) 11. Big Time (3:49) 12. There's A Girl In Texas (3:31) 13. Hot Mama (3:19) 14. Arlington (4:09)
1. Ladies Love Country Boys (3:42) 2. Lonely Won't Leave Me Alone (3:06) 3. You're Gonna Miss This (3:44) 4. Muddy Water (3:54) 5. Til The Last Shot's Fired (5:00) 6. Songs About Me (3:22) 7. I Wanna Feel Something (3:48) 8. The Rest Of Mine (3:13) 9. I Got My Game On (3:10) 10. Every Light In The House (3:00) 11. Don't Lie (4:03) 12. More (3:05) 13. Help Me Understand (3:50) 14. Dangerous Man (3:19)
Trace Adkins has already spent many years in the Country Music scene. What comes closer than a greatest Hits Album with its 28 published. The Greatest albums as the Fans always referred, not all CD by an artist, is also the case.
Toby Keith – Bullets In The Gun
HumpHead / ShowDog
1. Bullets In The Gun (4:16) 2. Somewhere Else (3:06) 3. Trailerhood (2:53) 4. In A Couple Of Days (3:46) 5. Think About You All Of The Time (3:44) 6. Kissin' In The Rain (3:55) 7. Drive It On Home (3:22) 8. Ain't Breakin' Nothin' (3:58) 9. Is That All You Got (3:35) 10. Get Out Of My Car (3:30) 11. 11 Months And 29 Days (4:44) 12. I've Been A Long Time Leaving (But I'll Be A Long Time Gone) (6:08) 13. Chug-A-Lug (2:59) 14. Sundown (4:34)
Toby Keith is one of the artists in Nashville, the early realized that pays its own record company. So it came to life that he called on the Label Show Dog now his new Album "Bullets" was published. In The Gun. The Album, which in themselves and total 14 Songs is among the best what Toby Keith published many years. The Album contains many good Songs. The stuff to No. 1 Hit, Toby Keith, the Songwriter, singer and producer all in one Person. In the past he has shown that he is a guarantor of major Hits and the reasonis, it all started with the Song "Should've Been A Cowboy", which he in 1993 published. In the meantime many other Songs followed to the top of the Charts. Now we must look forward to seeing how many Songs from the Album again is among the Top Ten.
Tom T Hall – 50 Greatest Hits
Hump Head Records
1. I Washed My Face In The Morning Dew 2. Ain't Got The Time 3. The World The Way I Want It 4. Ballad Of Forty Dollars 5. Cloudy Day 6. Homecoming 7. Strawberry Farms 8. Shoeshine Man 9. A Week In A County Jail 10. I Miss A Lot Of Trains 11. Day Drinkin' 12. Salute To A Switchblade 13. Chattanooga Dog 14. Ode To A Half A Pound Of Ground Round 15. One Hundred Children 16. Old Enough To Want To (Fool Enough To Try) 17. I Can't Dance 18. The Year That Clayton Delaney Died 19. Tulsa Telephone Book 20. It Sure Can Get Cold In Des Moines 21. Second Handed Flowers 22. Me And Jesus 23. The Monkey That Became President 24. Old Dogs, Children and Watermelon Wine 25. More About John Henry
1. Ravishing Ruby 2. Spokane Motel Blues 3. Candy In The Window 4. Don't Forget The Coffee Billy Joe 5. Watergate Blues 6. I Love 7. Country Is 8. That Song Is Driving Me Crazy 9. Sneaky Snake 10. I Care 11. Deal 12. I Like Beer 13. Faster Horses (The Cowboy and The Poet) 14. Negatory Romance 15. Fox On The Run 16. It's All In The Game 17. Your Man Loves You, Honey 18. A Bar With No Beer 19. Hello, We're Lonely (with Patti Page) 20. The Last Of The Drifters (with Johnny Cash) 21. Shoes And Dress That Alice Wore 22. Redneck Riviera 23. Ships Go Out 24. Bill Monroe For Breakfast 25. The Way I've Always Been
Tom T Hall is also the story teller from Nashville. 50 Chart Singles, 35 albums and much more. He stayed in his career. Since not all 35 albums in the cupboard is the Greatest Hits Album "50" a very good addition.
Ella Mae Morse - Rocks
Baer Family Records
BCD 16672 AR
(1-CD DigiPac 52-page Booklet, 34 song titles. Length: 84:33). -- ''But what Songs do fit actually I was asked, ''Ella Mae Morse; once their sponsor, the composer, singer and Label Boss Johnny Mercer. After he said that a certain song may not be suitable for you. He is not the only one who had tried to insert, singer in a stylistic drawer. Ella: 'Cliffie Stone called me a Country-singer, Benny Carter gave me a Jazz singer and T-Bone Walker was sure I was a Rock 'n' Roll and Black Blues singer.' They were all right. Their versatility was the big plus from Ella Mae Morse, but also their biggest Problem. Morse was in the Swing era as an artist grown-up, and their own taste tended more to Blues, Swing Jazz and dreamy Ballads. But apart from its 1942er Jive-Blues-Novelty Hit Cow Cow Boogie (the big breakthrough came). Curiously always remembered less for their early attempts in the styles than to their R&B, Rock 'n' Roll and Hillbilly-Boogie-title from the 1950s. -
This compilation gathered many of its rock & roll and intense swinging recordings, the Music Historian Bill Millar chose them. It presents the whole range of Cow Cow Boogie, to Star made up to Cover versions earlier R&B and Rock 'n' Roll titles such as Money Honey, Have Mercy Baby and Ain't That A Shame. The crucial link between these different directions was the classic, always marschierende Piano and vocal feats from the early postwar period as The House Of Blue Lights and A Little Further Down The Road A Piece - many of them with Freddie Slack, the great Boogie-Woogie-Stilisten, with the Morse celebrated their greatest successes.
Billy Riley - The Mojo Albums, Plus
Baer Family Records
BCD 16529 AH
Billy Riley – The Outtakes
Bear Family Records
BCD 17122 BR
CD-1: 1. Rock With Me Baby (fs-1) 2. Rock With Me Baby (alt-1) 3. Rock With Me Baby (fs-2) 4. Rock With Me Baby (alt-2) 5. Rock With Me Baby (fs-3) 6. Rock With Me Baby (fs-4) 7. Rock With Me Baby (alt-3) 8. Trouble Bound (alt-1) 9. Trouble Bound (alt-2) 10. Trouble Bound (fs-1) 11. Trouble Bound (alt-3) 12. Flying Saucer Rock & Roll (alt-1) 13. Flying Saucer Rock & Roll (alt-2) 14. Flying Saucer Rock & Roll (alt-3) 15. Flying Saucer Rock & Roll (alt-4)16. Flying Saucer Rock & Roll (alt-5) 17. Flying Saucer Rock & Roll (alt-6) 18. Flying Saucer Rock & Roll (alt-7) 19. Flying Saucer Rock & Roll (chatter) 20. Flying Saucer Rock & Roll (alt-9) 21. Flying Saucer Rock & Roll (fs-1) 22. Flying Saucer Rock & Roll (alt-10) 23. I Want You Baby (alt-1) 24. I Want You Baby (alt-2) 25. I Want You Baby (alt-3) 26. I Want You Baby (alt-4) 27. I Want You Baby (fs-1) 28. I Want You Baby (alt-5) 29. I Want You Baby (alt-6) 30. I Want You Baby (fs-2) 31. I Want You Baby (chatter+ alt-7) 32. I Want You Baby (chatter+ fs-3) 33. I Want You Baby (fs-4 + chatter) 34. I Want You Baby (alt-8) 35. I Want You Baby (alt-9) 36. I Want You Baby (alt-10) 37. I Want You Baby (alt-11) 38. I Want You Baby (alt-12) 39. Pearly Lee (alt-1) 40. Pearly Lee (alt-2) 41. Pearly Lee (alt-3) 42. Pearly Lee (alt-4)
CD-2: 1. She's My Baby [Red Hot] (alt-1) 2. She's My Baby [Red Hot] (alt-2) 3. Red Hot (alt-3) 4. Red Hot (alt-4) 5. Red Hot (alt-5) 6. Red Hot (alt-6) 7. Red Hot (alt-7) 8. Red Hot (alt-8) 9. Red Hot (alt-9) 10. Wouldn't You Know (alt-1) 11. Baby Please Don't Go (incomplete alt-1) 12. No Name Girl (alt-1) 13. No Name Girl (alt-2) 14. No Name Girl (alt-3) 15. No Name Girl (fs-1) 16. No Name Girl (fs-2, alt-4) 17. No Name Girl (fs-3, 4, 5, alt-5) 18. Down By The Riverside (alt-1) 19. Down By The Riverside (chatter+ alt-2) 20. Down By The Riverside (fs-1) 21. Down By The Riverside (chatter+ alt-3) 22. Down By The Riverside (fs-2) 23. Down By The Riverside (fs-3, 4, alt-4) 24. Down By The Riverside (fs-5, alt-5) 25. One More Time (alt-1) 26. One More Time (alt-2) 27. One More Time (alt-3) 28. Got The Water Boiling (chatter + alt-1) 29. Got The Water Boiling (fs-1) 30. Got The Water Boiling (chatter + fs-2+ alt-2) 31. Got The Water Boiling (alt-3) 32. Got The Water Boiling (chatter + fs-3) 33. Got The Water Boiling (fs-4) 34. Got The Water Boiling (chatter+ alt-4) 35. Got The Water Boiling (alt-5) 36. Got The Water Boiling (alt-6)
Billy Riley is one of the well-known artists from the golden era of Sun-Labels. The Box includes Outtakes from each of his Sun-Single-title. There are 78 Tracks, Studio takes and unreleased Songs, including opulently illustrated book never indicated photos, an expanded and revised Sun-Discographie and comments to all the Songs. Fascinating insights, as in the 1950s at Sun Microsystems. Only when Bear Family there are only now complete and detailed overview of the career of Billy Riley. -- Billy Riley is one of the underestimated heroes of the Rockabilly. For many collectors is clear: Rileys six Sun-Singles, developed between 1956 and 1959, securing him a place in Rockabilly heaven. It is completely irrelevant that he never recorded a nationwide Hit. Songs like 'Red Hot' and 'Flying Saucer Rock And Roll' perpetuate Riley as one of the founding fathers of Rock 'n' Roll. This is unanimous opinion among collectors, Music Historian and also for Bob Dylan, is reason with him in 1992 occurred. - this unprecedented Box contains virtually all Outtakes of 12 titles by Billy Riley in the 1950s on Sun appeared. Never before been Billy Rileys Aufnahmeaktivitäten in the historic Studios in Memphis as documented in detail. The bottom line present this Box and Bear Familys 2-CD-edition 'Classic Riley' biggest so far view Rileys Billy work for Sun Records, ever. - This Box also contains a opulently illustrated Booklet with never shown photos: Riley at work in the Studio with his Band, Little Green Men, on tour. In the Booklet also includes a revised and expanded Sun-Discographie, Kommentierungen to all Songs and new Interviewmaterial of Sun-historian Hank Davis. The total 78 Tracks may also include discussions during the recording Studio, you give an impression of how worked at Sun Microsystems. In this Box will neither Riley nor Sun Records Fans and collectors over
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CD Review February 2011
35 Years Bear Family Records
1. Bear The Pain - Truly Lover Trio 2. Big Bear Jubilee - Bennett, Richard 3. Bear Family Talkin' Blues - Dickerson, Deke 4. Bear Moon – Fatboy 5. The Bear - Sanchez, Mike 6. A Bear Is A Bear Is A Bear - Spampinato Bros. 7. Hey Big Bear! - Little Rachel and the Rhythm B 8. Running Bear - Gomm, Ian & Jeb Loy Nichols 9. Grizzly - Durefelt, Alexander 10. Goldie Rocks And The Hillbilly Bears - Emery, Jon 11. Bear With Me - Lloyd, Bill 12. What I Crave - Lenz, Kim 13. Bear In Them Woods - Apple, Nancy 14. Bear In Mind - Todd, Pat & The Rankoutsiders 15. Last Polar Bears - Norberg, Kent 16. The Spiderbear - Men, The 17. The Bear Is Back - B.B.& The Blues Shacks 18. Bear In The Woods - Stevens, Tom 19. She's A Bearcat - Sprague Brothers 20. I Can't Bear To See You Cry - Ortega, Louie 21. Steady With Teddy - Southern Skyline 22. Teddy Bear - Cook, Elizabeth 23. Little Teddy Bear - Lammers Meyer, Hermann 24. Running Bear - B., Bela 25. Grizzly Bear - West Saugerties Ale, The & Qua 26. Bears - Schramm, Dave & the 2-Five-One 27. Battersea Bears - Belmont, Martin 28. Tanz Bär tanz - Hotel Rex 29. Ein Bär wie ein Mann - Ascacibar, Sabrina 30. Baby Bear's Birthday (Bärchens Geburtstag) - Geisler, Ladi 31. Das Bärenbaby Boris - Crystalairs 32. Schnapp Dir'n Bär (und lad ihn ein zum 5-Uhr- - Gabriel, Gunter 33. Kleiner Bär von Berlin - Tukur, Ulrich & die Rhythmus B 34. Ein kleiner Bär mit grossen Ohren - Alsmann, Götz 35. Moonlight On The Mountains - Allison, Amy 36. Bearly Makin' It - Taylor , Chip 37. The Hunted (A Bears Tale) - Little Sparrow 38. Bear Family - Diamond, Jim 39. Bearly Able - Davis , Hank 40. The Preacher And The Bear - Hamilton IV, George 41. Bear Me In Mind - Campi, Ray 42. The Ballad Of Papa Bear And Mr. Possum - Heinrich, Roland 43. Beartooth - Bush, Johnny 44. Bears In Texas - Siekers, The 45. Smokey The Bear - Riders In The Sky 46. Nashville Bear Scare - Cooper, Peter 47. Sixteen Discs - Heinrich, Roland 48. Ursula Major - Burch, Paul 49. Running Bear - Vallis, Johnny & Johnny Presto 50. Björn Olsson - Olsson, Björn 51. Honey Bear - Owen, Gwil 52. Alley Oop - Carroll, Tim 53. Crazy Bear Rock - Mike Bell & The Belltones 54. Fuzzy Brown - Velvetone 55. Grizzly Bear - Travis, Ervin 56. The Grizzly Bear - Twistaroos, The 57. Bear (In My Garden) - Diken, Dennis 58. Beware Of The Bear - Shizzoe, Hank 59. Like A Bear Loves Honey - Krc, Freddie Steady 60. I Wanna Spend My Christmas Time With You - Lee, Phil 61. The Bear - Goo Men 62. Once I Was A Dancing Bear - Mike And The Ravens 63. Luigi, The Lonely Christmas Bear - Womack, Tommy 64. Ursa Major (Airships) - Lee 3, Tim 65. What I Like About Miami - Pickett, Charlie and the Mothe 66. Don't Touch That Bear Or I'll Mangle You - Johnson, Robert & The Punchdru 67. The Amazing Hypno-Bear (On A Unicycle) - Atomic Blast, The 68. Somebody's Sleeping In My Bed - Bird, Jeff
2010 Bear Family celebrates 35th Anniversary. The Bear Family editions are still the standard for reissues. This special box, we offer an exclusive offer for the friendship anniversary price. Musicians and songwriters, congratulations on musical style with original recordings, which are only available as part of this publication! - Bear Family Records was founded in the late summer of 1975. The 35th Anniversary we want to celebrate a birthday with a special publication. The absolute friendship price, we offer an especially produced for this event CD/Book edition. Musician and songwriter, with whom we have long-lasting friendship, to commemorate the anniversary songs written and recorded, which - with the topic Bears - sometimes humorously, sometimes seriously. All 68 original recordings are available only in this box in the LP format. - Particularly interesting are the songs that deal with bears generally do not, but specifically with our Bear Family label: Jim Diamond's "Bear Family" Deke Dickerson's "Bear Family Talking Blues", Roland Heinrich's "Sixteen Discs" and "What I Crave" by Kim Lenz. - In the accompanying book are the world renowned music critics, experts and authors of their respective Bear Family's Favorite Publications before. - This Box is unique - as unique as our label. Also ... a 35th Anniversary comes only every thirty-five years!
Billy Currington – Enjoy Yourself
1. All Day Long (3:47) 2. Love Done Gone (3:31) 3. Pretty Good At Drinkin' Beer (3:00) 4. Until You (4:44) 5. Like My Dog (2:46) 6. Perfect Day (2:54) 7. Let Me Down Easy (3:48) 8. Bad Day Of Fishin' (3:03) 9. Enjoy Yourself (2:59) 10. Lil' Ol' Lonesome Dixie Town
With the single "Pretty Good At Beer Drinkin" he continued his own personal yardstick almost immeasurably. It is the sixth No. 1 hit single for him. The single is from the new album "Enjoy Yourself", which a total of 10 beautiful country songs, some with R&B influences contain. The songs were written in part by Dave Barnes, Scotty Emerick and Mark Nesler. The album "Enjoy Yourself" by the way shows ambitions to the success of his latest album "Little Bit of Everything" to tie into Europe.
Conway Twitty – The Ballads of Conway Twitty
BCD 15982 AR
1. It's Only Make Believe 2. I'll Try 3. Will You Love Me Then, As You Love Me Now 4. When I'm Not With You 5. The Story Of My Love 6. My One And Only You 7. Just In Time 8. Judge Of Hearts 9. First Romance 10. I Need You So 11. Why Can't I Get Through To You 12. You'll Never Walk Alone 13. Heavenly 14. Halfway To Heaven 15. Blueberry Hill 16. You Win Again 17. Restless 18. Easy To Fall In Love 19. Lonely Blue Boy 20. Blue Moon 21. What Am I Living For 22. I'd Still Play The Fool 23. Knock Three Times 24. What A Dream 25. C'est si bon 26. Unchained Melody 27. Portrait Of A Fool 28. There Is Something On Your Mind 29. Lookin' Back 30. Pledging My Love 31. It's Too Late 32. I Hope, I Think, I Wish 33. Is A Blue Bird Blue
(1-CD DigiPack - 4-sided - with 36-page Booklet. 33 song titles. Total time: 79:24) -- They called him the "Best Friend" who could have a song. And here 33 evidence of this. An exclusive coupling of Conway's early days before he was country star. Also present: the original of the world hits "It's Only Make Believe". This album is the perfect addition to Bear Family classic "Conway Twitty Rocks"- Statistics show that Conway Twitty is one of the five most successful country artist in music history - but first it was a Ballad Rock 'n' Roller - and indeed one of the best. This exclusive coupling is based on his recordings for Sun, Mercury and MGM Records from 1956 to 1963 - is included with one of the most powerful ballads of all time, "It's Only Make Believe". Here, too, "Lonely Boy Blue" (originally written for Elvis) and "Is A Bluebird Blue", the first hit of the Soul are great writer Dan Penn. Integrated into many great versions of originals Conway-song classics such as "You'll Never Walk Alone", "You Win Again", "C'Est Si Bon" and "What Am I Living For". - Country fans can discover on this compilation, the manner in which Conway later moved closer to his sound and how he found his distinctive style. For Rock 'n' Roller, this CD moments of calm. And anyone who appreciates great singing, read here why you have called Conway Twitty the 'Best Friend', could have a song.
Cylia Noel – Tears In The Rain
1. Tears in the Rain 2. Better off Alone 3. Unbreakable 4. More 5. High Tide 6. Who Are You? 7. How It Feels 8. You Can't Blame Me! 9. Through with You 10. Heaven's Rain [Instrumental]
Cylia Noel is a new artist at the stars. Their album "Tears In The Rain" has produced it herself and the songs come from her. Although it is not a real country album, so it is always worth a mention. Her voice and the content of the songs are outstanding, so it is only a matter of time before a major record company should learn of them.
James Otto – Shake What God Gave Ya
1. Are Ya With Me (3:20) 2. Groovy Little Summer Song (3:37) 3. Lover Man (2:43) 4. Soldiers & Jesus (4:45) 5. Love Don't Cost A Thing (4:08) 6. Sun Comes 'Round Again (4:21) 7. Shake What God Gave Ya (3:24) 8. It's A Good Time (For A Good Time) (3:48) 9. Just Like Sunshine (3:33) 10. Let's Just Let Go (3:42) 11. She Comes To Me (3:57) 12. Good Thing's Gone Bad (Feat. Ronnie Milsap) (4:19)
James Otto is honestly the greatest artist of his kind, the question of who towers him in the country music is, he has more he has to smile about and be happy, for his body size is already huge. In 2008 he released the album "Sunset Man", which met the high expectations of him. With the album "Shake What God Gave Ya" top it off. He is and presents the music world as a country soul artist. "Shake What God Gave Ya" was in Nashville, TN, along with Paul Worley, who has been producing for Big & Rich, Lady Antebellum and many more.
Johnathan East - One Horse Town
1. A Little On the Redneck Side (3:27) 2. Halfway to Mexico (3:44) 3. One Horse Town (4:00) 4. Soon As the Tequila Kicks In (3:32) 5. Half the Man He Was (4:06) 6. Once in a Blue Moon (3:45) 7. Why I Do the Things I Do (5:17) 8. Riding Shotgun With Me (3:23) 9. Melissa (4:44) 10. Honky Tonk My Blues Away (3:07) 11. Cheaha Mountain (2:48) 12. A Little Rock N' Roll (3:03)
Grits And Gravy
1. Trailer Park Cowboy (4:12) 2. Grits and Gravy (3:10) 3. If I Could Do It Over (3:12) 4. That Ole Ford Truck (3:57) 5. One Nation Under God (3:03) 6. 90 Proof Habit (4:02) 7. Honky Tonk Woman From Munford (3:14) 8. Stranger Off the Street (3:02) 9. Liquor Is Quicker (3:48) 10. This Ain't the First Time (3:51) 11. Wanted Man (5:01) 12. High in the Saddle (4:32)
1. It Don't Get Bluer Than That (3:07) 2. Hayseed (4:36) 3. Without You (3:27) 4. The Way I was Raised (3:11) 5. Anyway The Wind Blows (4:14) 6. Barbed Wire Tattoo (3:32) 7. 18 Reasons (3:56) 8. I Still Do (3:40) 9. Old Honky Tonker (5:37) 10. Bourbon Street (4:33) 11. Hillbilly Music (3:57) 12. Teardrops and Tail Lights (3:46) 13. Just Like a Country Song (5:01)
A mix of country and country rock awaits you when you insert the CDs into the CD player of Johnathan East. Basic honest songs that come with the distinctive voice of Johnathan East. The man is a gifted songwriter, likely to be the least known. Or is he? If you take the time and looks you'll know who wrote the songs on the albums, there is the indication that all the tracks come from his pen. Respect!
Look To The Light – Songs Of Faith
1. THIRST & HUNGER (Russell Moore & Dale Ann Bradley) 2. BEAUTIFUL HALL (Jeff Parker & Dale Ann Bradley) 3. LOOK TO THE LIGHT (John Miller, Jesse Brock & Dale Ann Bradley) 4. ANGEL AT YOUR SIDE (Barry Scott & Dale Ann Bradley) 5. I VE BEEN REDEEMED (Junior Sisk) 6. BAD NEWS FOR THE DEVIL (John Miller & Dale Ann Bradley) 7. HIS LOVING CARE (Junior Sisk) 8. HE LL LEAD YOU UP (Jeff Parker) 9. HOW FAR WILL I FALL (Russell Moore & Dale Ann Bradley) 10. I LONG TO SEE HIS FACE (John Miller & Jesse Brock) 11. THE GOOD SAMARITAN (Jeff Parker) 12. MOMMA S PRAYER BEADS (John Miller & Dale Ann Bradley) 13. HE UNDERDTANDS (Barry Scott & Dale Ann Bradley) 14. SAILING ON (Russell Moore & Dale Ann Bradley)
Lonesome River Band – Still Learning
1. Record Time Machine (2:56) 2. Goodbye Wheeling (2:49) 3. I'm Still Learning (3:24) 4. Jack Up The Jail (3:23) 5.Telling Me You Love Me Again (3:02) 6. Forty Days In The Desert (4:21) 7. Any Ole Time (2:42) 8. Don't Cry Blue (3:10) 9. As Wild As I Get (3:48) 10. High Lonesone (3:04) 11. Red Bandana (3:25) 12. I've Seen The Blues (3:25) 13. Pretty Little Girl (2:29)
Darrell Webb Band – Bloodline
1. I'm Bringing Home Good News 2. Poor Rambin Boy 3. Bloodline 4. Kings of Orebank 5. Heart Trouble 6. Gonna Be Moving 7. Miner's Hell 8. If You Don't Believe The Bible 9. He Can't Fill My Shoes 10. ACT TWO 11. Big Black Train 12. To See An Angel Cry
Common Strings – Somewhere In Glory
1. Nothing But the Blood 2. Glorious Power 3. Hard Hat For A Halo 4. The Message Of His Coming 5. Beyond The Mist Of Blue 6. Golden Streets Of Home 7. Paul's Ministry 8. Somewhere In Glory (Preachin By The Roadside) 9. The Revelation 10. Twilight Is Fading 11. Prettiest Flowers 12. When The Redeemed Are Gathering
Steve Gulley & Tim Stafford – Dogwood Winter
1. Why Ask Why 2. Just Along For The Ride 3. Dogwood Winter 4. Nebraska Sky 5. Just Another Setting Sun 6. How Did That Turn Into My Problem 7. On A Day Like This 8. You Hurt Me All Over Again 9. Snow 10. Torches 11. Deep End Man 12. Sixteen Cents 13. Dying Won't Be Hard 14. Angel On Its Way
Rural Rhytham Records are among the record companies who took the bluegrass music written on the flag. In the past, they brought with them many artists to sign a record deal. In the meantime, they have discovered the Christian Blue Grass Music for themselves and founded an extra-Lable "Rural Rhythm Christian". It is represented on the compilation "Look To The Light", songs with lyrics that deal with God and have their musical origins in Blue Grass. Published not now under the new Lable, but rather under Rural Rhytham Recrods who are already listed above artists. How should it be different, all in Bluegrass Music classify and High quality makes them shine.
1. These Are My People 2. About the South 3. Watching You 4. Cleaning This Gun (Come On In Boy) 5. In The Middle 6. A Man on a Tractor 7. Wasted Whiskey 8. Invisibly Shaken 9. Angel’s Hands 10. If You’re Gong Through Hell 11. Farmer’s Daughter 12. More Like Your Memory
It's on the album a so-called sampler, which is to be obtained only at Cracker Barrel. The album contains a total of 4 #1 hits and produced exclusively for Cracker Barrel Song "More Like Your Memory".
Trace Adkins – Cowboy's Back In Town
1. Brown Chicken Brown Cow (3:26) 2. Hold My Beer (3:22) 3. Cowboy's Back In Town (3:25) 4. This Ain't No Love Song (3:20) 5. Hell, I Can Do That (3:53) 6. A Little Bit Of Missin' You (3:37) 7. Still Love You (3:28) 8. Don't Mind If I Don't (3:35) 9. Ala-Freakin-Bama (3:36) 10. Break Her Fall (3:38) 11. Whoop A Man's Ass (3:23)
Trace Adkins won yet more new worlds. For a long time, he was the leading male star of country music, a man who made his incredible presence and unique baritone to a pillar of the current Nashville sound. But he has other gifts: a restless intellect, wide-ranging interests and a great talent as a speaker, which made it almost inevitable that his influence has spread beyond the borders of the genre. With the album "Cowboy's Back In Town" followed by another hit album. In an extensive interview he comments on his album, which is available at: http://www.countryhome.de/interviews/interview_deu_2010/trace_adkins_2010.htm
and hence no need any for a CD presentation. Because who has a better idea than a CD Trace Adkins himself.
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