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✨✧ Bob Wills & His Texas PlayboysCountry Music Hall Of Fame Series ... CD
MCA, 1950s/1960s. Used ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
Hawww yeah! Folks you really can't beat this one – 16 indispensable numbers from Bob Wills and His Texas Playboys, with excellent notes and pristine sound quality (unlike sets with earlier material) – for the price of a latte. A true pioneer, Wills' taste ran from Jimmie Rodgers to Tommy Dorsey – and he combined those and other seemingly disparate influences to create Western swing. You don't need to be a country nugget hunter to appreciate the sweetness here – Bob's for anyone who loves a great swinging ballad regardless of genre! The set pulls singles Bob and the boys recorded from the early 50s through the mid 60s – when the group was a ballroom circuit touring phenomenon and as tight as any band in the land. Vocalists include Jack Loyd, Lee Ross, Luke Wills and others – the great buttery-voiced Tommy Duncan was missing during these years, but heck – with tunes this great Tiny Tim could've sang and it would still be amazing! Tracks include "Cornball Rag", "San Antonio Rose", "Don't Keep It A Secret", "Hoopaw Rag", ""My Shoes Keep Walking Back To You", "So Let's Rock", "Little Star Of Heaven", "It's The Bottle Talkin", "Lilly Dale", "With Tears In My Eyes", "A Big Ball In Cowtown", and "If You Walk Back To Me". What, you're still reading? Buy this now! CD
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✨✧ VariousGreetings From Oklahoma – The Sooner State ... CD
Bear Family (Germany), Late 40s/1950s/1960s/1970s. New Copy ... Out Of Stock
Here's a state-based legacy we never really knew about – save maybe for the odd Bob Wills' song or two – a huge batch of postwar material laid out in tribute to the Sooner State – the nearby cousin of Texas that often gets short shrift in American pop culture! Turns out, there's plenty to say about Oklahoma in song – as this set's 25 tracks will attest – a nice batch of material that starts in the late 40s, runs through classic country, and even includes a few later surprises too. Titles include "Oklahoma's OK" by Bobby Barnett, "Oklahoma Hills" by Hank Thompson, "Oklahoma City" by Luke Wills, "All Aboard For Oklahoma" by Spade Cooley, "Okie Boogie" by Ella Mae Morse, "Oklahoma Waltz" by Johnny Bond, "Henryetta Oklahoma" by Marvin Rainwater, "Ramblin Okie" by Terry Fell, "She's An Okie" by Al Vaughn, and the classics "Okie From Muskogee" by Merle Haggard and "Take Me Back To Tulsa" by Bob Willis. CD
 
 
 



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