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if it is an oddity that is the only wrong thing about the record.
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Great late 70s work from John Prine – a set that signals his shift to Asylum Records from Atlantic, but with a quality that's still got all the best open, honest touches that Prine brought to American music when he emerged from the Chicago scene! Production is by Steve Goodman – an old ... LP, Vinyl record album
A record that celebrates ten years of freedom for David Allan Coe – a decade since he was released from prison – and a set that was also recorded at the famous Compass Point studios in the Bahamas, as you might guess from the title! Yet the sound of the record is prime Coe country at ... LP, Vinyl record album
Nicely goofy work from The Geezinslaw Brothers – a country song parody duo who are very much in the mode of Homer & Jethro! There's a nice late 60s country vibe to the whole thing – and titles include "How Come I Stutter", "The Doodlin Song", "Umitigated ... LP, Vinyl record album
A later album by Paul Humphrey, and with production that's a little bit rawer than some of his other 70's releases. The music's made by just Paul and Tony Drake, and the two of them play drums, bass, and lots of electronic keyboards and Arps – in this kind of scatter-shot approach to jazz ... LP, Vinyl record album