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✨✧ Willie NelsonTeatro (2015 Record Store Day Release) ... LP
Modern Classics, 1998. New Copy 2LP Gatefold (reissue)... Temporarily Out Of Stock
A truly great later Willie Nelson record – revisiting some of his classics, though this time with the beautifully moody, warm and lived-in production of Daniel Lanois and backing vocals by Emmylou Harris. It's among Nelson's finest full lengths ever, and among our favorite Lanois productions, too. A real masterpiece! Includes "Ou Es-Tu, Mon Amour? (Where Are You, My Love?)", "I Never Cared For You", "Darkness On The Face Of The Earth", "These Lonely Nights", "The Maker", "Somebody Picked Up My Pieces", "Three Days", "Annie" and more. LP, Vinyl record album

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✨✧ Johnny HortonSinging Fisherman – The Complete Recordings (9CD set) ... CD
Columbia/Bear Family (Germany), 1950s. New Copy 9CD & Book ... Out Of Stock
The complete recordings of Johnny Horton – a key figure in both rockabilly and country music in the 50s – thanks to a rich run of singles and albums for Columbia Records! Johnny's got a strong career for someone who only spent a short amount of time on this planet – a style that initially takes up the honky tonk mantle from Hank Williams (so much so that Horton married Hank's wife after he died) – then moves into some important historically-themed material late in his career. If you only know Horton from his hits, you'll find that he's got plenty more to offer – as the array of music here is really stunning, with a sense of American pride and power that was an undeniable precursor to the 60s folk boom, and which helped inspire early rock as well – but done in a level that's got all the rich, bold, brilliant sound of Columbia's productions of the 50s! The package features every single cut from the Columbia session – including some unissued tracks, demos, and ever single and album issue as well – along with Horton's obscure sound library album in 1958 for Sesac too. The box features a massive 288 page, hardcover book that's filled with liner notes, discographical information, and hundreds of photos – and the whole thing also includes a previously unpublished facsimile reprint of his mother's handwritten biography of Johnny! CD
 
 
 
 



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