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An earnest, often largely orchestrated gospel-ish album This Lusty Land is his earliest inspirational foray. If you only know ol' Ern from "Sixteen Tons" and the Davy Crockett theme, or from his appearance as a Branson, MO dwelling ghost on the Simpsons, you're really missing out on a ... LP, Vinyl record album
An album by one of the greatest American songwriters and interpreters who ever lived – the one and only Merle Haggard! Here you get his huge early 70s live album Fighting Side Of Me, best known for the reactionary title tune, quite unfortunately, since it's a really amazing document of ... LP, Vinyl record album
A key late 60s country crossover set, but one that also inspired a fair bit of funk as well! The title cut's a well-known gem – one that's been covered instrumentally in some break-heavy versions, but which sounds even more amazing here in Bobbie's original version – one of the ... LP, Vinyl record album
One of the best honky tonk albums of the late 50s – Hank Thompson doing as he doggone pleases, drinking to and singing for the seedy side! Hank always had a good-natured vocal presence, so you gotta figure it seemed harmless enough to have him take on some of the more ornery songs of period ... LP, Vinyl record album
A great little country album from Wanda Jackson – not the raw rockabilly of her first years at Capitol Records, but a more mature mode that has the singer taking on some material that really points the way towards the direction she'd take in the 60s! Wanda's surprisingly heartbreaking here ... LP, Vinyl record album
Not your grandfather's waltzes – but instead some sweet postwar country steppers, served up by one of the best groups in the business! Titles include "Signed Sealed & Delivered", "Gold & Silver Waltz", "In The Valley Of The Moon", "Warm Red ... LP, Vinyl record album
One of the great live sets that Merle Haggard recorded during his glory days at Capitol Records – with a nice current of jazzy elements, to mark the New Orleans location of the concert! Titles include a live take on "Okie From Muskogee" – now famous, given the previous live ... LP, Vinyl record album