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Tombstone Every Mile
4.4 out of 5 stars with 56 reviews
Maine native Dick Curless had long recorded for regional labels when songwriter Dan Fulkerson approached him with ''A Tombstone Every Mile,'' the tale of a real-life stretch of Maine highway often lethal to truckers. Released nationally in 1965, the song became a #5 single for Curless and this, his first album for Tower Records, soon reached the Top Twenty on Billboard’s country album charts..
Queen Of The Coast
mpn: BCD16178, ean: 4000127161789,
4.6 out of 5 stars with 89 reviews
She won awards, she co-wrote Today I Started Loving You Again, she toured ceaselessly for decades, but saw relatively few hits. That, though, was no reflection on her talent, and Bear Family is proud to offer this tribute to one of the true, unheralded architects of alternative country music..
Christmas With Buck Owens And His Buckaroos
mpn: CDSC6162, ean: 0090771616227,
4.9 out of 5 stars with 33 reviews
Bakersfield may not get a lot of snow, but that never kept Buck and his Buckaroos from feeling-and spreading-that warm holiday cheer! This vintage Christmas LP includes their toasty versions of All I Want for Christmas Is You; Jingle Bells; Blue Christmas Lights; Santa's Gonna Come in a Stagecoach; Christmas Morning; Santa Looked a Lot Like Daddy , and six more..
Echoes in My Heart: The Early Years
mpn: CDACM4320, ean: 0824046432027,
4.2 out of 5 stars with 84 reviews
2008 compilation. Ferlin Husky was one of the biggest Country stars of the '50s, '60s and '70s. He also recorded under the alter-egos Terry Preston and Simon Crum. All three aliases are featured on this wholly unique compilation. Acrobat..
Sharp Dressed Men: Tribute to ZZ Top
mpn: RCA07863-67036-2, ean: 0078636703626,
4.7 out of 5 stars with 84 reviews
ZZ Top's twangy, hyper-charged Texas-style blues-rock has always been superficially irresistible. The blazing guitar riffs and driving rhythms of hits like ''Legs'' and ''Tush'' have made them anthems in topless bars the world over. Yet on this 15-cut tribute, country artists like Lonestar, Dwight Yoakam, Willie Nelson, Hank Williams Jr., and his son, Hank III, not only manage to match the blistering, guitar-driven abandon of ZZ's original hit versions, but also imbue them with a measure of
Full Western Dress
4.4 out of 5 stars with 32 reviews
The Derailers' third studio record and finest yet, Full Western Dress pursues the group's Buck Owens fascination, once again offering amazingly accurate imitations of the Buckaroos' 1960s-era ''train sound.'' This time out they even duet with their hero on ''Play Me the Waltz of the Angels.'' The Derailers do dress up the retro act occasionally, though it speaks volumes that they do it by including sounds that Buck himself incorporated in later years. Several cuts here have a
Back to Back
4.8 out of 5 stars with 87 reviews
Roll Truck Roll
4.4 out of 5 stars with 120 reviews
Red rolled into trucker legend when he released this 1966 LP, his Capitol debut featuring the title hit written by Bakersfield icon Tommy Collins!.
Live at the Concord Pavillion
mpn: CTS55546, ean: 8712177051816,
4.3 out of 5 stars with 81 reviews
2008 archive release from the Country outlaw/legend recorded live at the Concord Pavilion in California during his 1987 tour. Features 16 tracks including 'Kern River', 'Okie from Muskogee', 'Today I Started Loving You Again' and more. Country Stars..
Truck Driver's Boogie: Big Rig Hits, 1939-1969
4.1 out of 5 stars with 131 reviews
Trucker anthology albums are a country tradition. Unlike Starday Records' classic 1960s LPs with their wonderfully cheesy covers, this one takes a historical approach, beginning with the original trucker lament, Western swing bandleader Cliff Bruner's ''Truck Driver's Blues'' from 1939. Other early rarities reflect varied styles and moods. The slick Hollywood Western sound of Dick Reinhart's 1941 ''Truck Driver's Coffee Stop'' contrasts with duo Karl and Harty's old-timey ''Truck Driver's
Lonesome Fugitive/Branded Man
mpn: 44794, ean: 0094634479424,
4.0 out of 5 stars with 87 reviews
Originally released in '67, these two bring you Merle's country smashes I'm a Lonesome Fugitive; Branded Man , and I Threw Away the Rose . Includes four bonus alternate takes-28 tracks in all!.
The Most Colorful Hillbilly Band In America
By Maddox Brothers & Rose
mpn: BCD15850, ean: 4000127158505,
4.0 out of 5 stars with 135 reviews
(4-CD LP-sized box with 28-page book, 96 tracks) This 4 CD set contains the complete Columbia recordings by the Maddox Bros. & Rose, Rosie & Rhetta, and Rose Maddox. The Maddoxes signed with Columbia in 1952, and for the next six years picked up where they had left off on 4-Star. This is rowdy, boisterous, good time country music, soulful gospel, and some of the best tradition-based music ever to find its way onto wax. The 96 titles Ugly And Slouchy, I'll Make Sweet Love To You, Cocquita Of
Dwight's Used Records
mpn: 684038980529, ean: 0684038980529,
4.2 out of 5 stars with 33 reviews
Pairs three previously unreleased recordings with 11 collaborations, tribute-album tracks, and other odds and sods. In what could almost have been the fifth disc of his box set, Yoakam pairs three previously unreleased recordings with 11 collaborations, tribute-album tracks, and other odds and sods. There are some predictably oil-and-water mismatches in singing partners (Deana Carter on ''Waiting'') as well as material (''Loco Motion,'' one of the new tracks, is, uh, ''different''). Still,
Solid Gold Country
4.1 out of 5 stars with 49 reviews
The Best Of Hank Thompson 1966-1979
mpn: 5747, ean: 0030206574722,
4.7 out of 5 stars with 16 reviews
So, Hank's Capitol stuff is finally out, but what about his Warner Bros. and Dot hits?! Well, here they are, 16 of 'em, including On Tap, in the Can, or in the Bottle; Smoky the Bar; The Older the Violin, the Sweeter the Music; Who Left the Door to Heaven Open; Where Is the Circus; I've Come Awful Close , and more..