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Tennessee Ernie Ford

 

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Tennessee Ernie FordGather 'Round ... LP
Capitol, 1959. Very Good ... $2.99
LP, Vinyl record album
(Rainbow label pressing. Cover has some light wear, with small splits on the top and bottom seams.)
 
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Bonnie GuitarMoonlight & Shadows ... LP
Dot, 1957. Very Good+ ... $9.99
Dreamy vocal work from Bonnie Guitar – a singer with a bit of a country tinge, but a jazzy feel as well! The album's got a laidback and mellow feel that fits perfectly with the title – moonlight, with just a hint of shadow – a blue undercurrent that comes from Bonnie's nice deep-toned approach on vocals. The backings are by Jack Fascinato, but are a bit more sensitive than some of Jack's work with Tennessee Ernie Ford – not as playful, but still with a great sense of sound overall – one that's a bit echoey, and which makes a great setting for Bonnie's voice. Titles include "Moonlight On The Colorado", "Moonlight & Roses", "The Moon Is Low", "Roll Along Kentucky Moon", "Get Out & Get Under The Moon", and "Moonlight & Shadows". LP, Vinyl record album
(Original pressing. Cover has light wear, a center split in the top seam and a sticker in one corner.)

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VariousWandrin Star – Movie & TV Songs ... CD
Bear Family (Germany), 1950s/1960s. New Copy ... $19.99 26.99
A pretty darn cool collection of songs lifted from the soundtracks of famous film westerns of the 50s and 60s – movies like Rio Bravo, Shane, Paint Your Wagon, High Noon, Comanche, Five Card Stud, and others – all packaged together in a great set with a variety of incredible tunes and color images from the films! There's a total of 25 tracks in all – and titles include "The Last Frontier" by Rusty Draper, "King Of The Five Card Stud" by Dean Martin, "Young Billy Young" by Robert Mitchum, "Wandrin Star" by Lee Marvin, "River Of No Return" by Tennessee Ernie Ford, "You Can't Get Far Without A Railroad" by Jimmy Stewart, "The Last Wagon" by Tex Ritter, "Get Along Home Cindy" by Ricky Neslon & Walter Brennan, "Hannah Lee" by Guy Mitchell, "Johnny Guitar" by Peggy Lee, and "Ballad Of Waterhole #3" by Roger Miller. CD

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New Elmer Bernstein/Nathan Van CleaveHud/Lonely Man (with bonus tracks) ... CD
Paramount/Kritzerland, 1957/1963. New Copy ... Out Of Stock
A pair of obscure soundtracks, both with a western theme – fitting together surprisingly well on a single CD! Hud is one of Paul Newman's finest early moments on screen – scored beautifully here by Elmer Bernstein, who shows a surprisingly deft ear for guitar lines – spun out in ways that are almost more folksy than the usual soundtrack of this type, and a real change from some of the jazzier, more dramatic Bernstein work of the late 50s. The CD features both film tracks that are mostly guitar, and alternates for a chamber orchestra – plus a few bonus tracks by other artists too. Titles include "Flower Bed", "Quarantine Sign", "Lonely Corrals", "Bonaparte's Retreat", and "Prelude". Next is Nathan Van Cleve's score for The Lonely Man – an obscure Anthony Perkins western, with a sweet title track sung by Tennessee Ernie Ford! The instrumental numbers carry the spirit of the theme nicely – a warm, slightly romanticized Hollywood version of the west – often using acoustic guitar and harmonica alongside more conventional orchestrations. Titles include "Losing The Stallion", "The Trek", "The Prodigal Father", "The Deserted Bonanza", and "Death At The Bonanza". CD
(Limited to 1000 copies.)

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New Lorne GreeneMan ... LP
RCA, 1965. Used ... Out Of Stock
Great 60s country exotica and tales of the American West from actor Lorne Greene – with arrangements that combine stripped down, echoey guitar with the big & glossy RCA sound of the era, and even more brash bigness from Hollywood – all done with endearingly poker-faced vocals by Lorne that fall somewhere between Tennessee Ernie Ford and Lee Hazlewood! The record features folklore tales and story songs by Merle Travis, Merle Kilgore and other lesser known and less often recorded gems. All of it would be pure canned ham by an inferior breed of cat than Lorne Greene, but Lorne pulls it off masterfully – highly recommended western folklore – Hollywood style! LP, Vinyl record album
(In nice shape!)
 
 
 
 



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