Pocket Full Of Gold

Pocket Full Of Gold

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Tribute to Billy Joe Shaver: Live

Tribute to Billy Joe Shaver: Live

This live CD documents Billy Joe Shavers 65th birthday tribute held on August 16, 2004 at the Paramount Theatre inAustin, Texas. It was an all-star affair for the legendary performer and songwriter, with Billy Joe performing four numbers to boot! The CD is enhanced with a bonus video of Todd Snider’s performance of “Waco Moon”. A portion of the proceeds will benefit the M.D. Anderson Cancer Center. Compadre. 2005.Fellow songwriters shower their love on Billy Joe Shaver throughout this concert recording from his 65th birthday bash in Austin. Whereas tribute albums typically feature a variety of performers interpreting the honoree’s material, here, many of the Texas troubadours choose to play their own songs influenced by Shaver or ones the rough-hewn renegade specifically requested for the occasion. The birthday boy proves his own best interpreter, opening the album with a hard-charging rendition of “Georgia on a Fast Train” and closing with the raucous resilience of “Try and Try Again” (in which he deals with the death of his wife and his son) and the soulful transcendence of “Tramp on Your Street.” The between-song patter highlights the proceedings, with the respect Shaver receives from peers such as Guy Clark and Jimmie Dale Gilmore (who brings tremulous heartbreak to Shaver’s “Hearts-a-Bustin'”) equaling the awe he elicits from younger troubadours such as Todd Snider and Jack Ingram. As Joe Ely suggests, no one has found “a way of combining the spiritual and the honky-tonk” quite like Billy Joe. –Don McLeese

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Electric Shaver

NEW Combo BLUWAVS CD and FLAC FILEAt first glance the laconic, laid-back country songwriter Billy Joe Shaver and his guitar-slingin’, supercharged blues-rocker son Eddy would seem to make an unlikely musical duo. But, like on 1996’s high-powered Tramp on Your Street and 1998’s acoustic and introspective Victory, the Shavers once again manage to meld their seemingly antithetical musical personalities in a manner that’s raw, powerful, and utterly moving. Billy Joe, who wrote or cowrote 11 of the 12 cuts on Electric Shaver, is a sort of footloose, back-street Texas poet-pilgrim whose greatest original songs infuse the stark imagery of sun-baked losers and outlaws with homespun earnestness and spiritual yearning. While at times the elder Shaver tended to be an indifferent, occasionally off-key singer, Eddy has proved the perfect antidote to his dad’s occasional vocal lethargy. On tunes such as the supercharged gospel shout “Try and Try Again,” the Tex-Mex working-man’s lament “Manual Labor,” and even a somber spiritual ode called “Slave at the Feet of the Queen,” Eddy’s searing electric lead work gooses Billy Joe’s vocals to new levels of expressiveness. –Bob Allen

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The Best of Dottie West Reviews

The Best of Dottie West

Best of Dottie West includes the following songs: 1. What Are We Doin’ In Love 2. It’s High Time 3. ‘Til I Can Make It On My Own 4. Leavin’s For Unbelievers 5. All I Ever Need Is You 6. A Lesson In Leavin’ 7. You Pick Me Up 8. Are You Happy Baby? 9. I’m Gonna Put You Back On The Rack 10. Together Again

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Country Sunshine: The Dottie West Story

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Book by Berryhill, Judy, Meeker, Frances

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17 Golden Pieces Of

17 Golden Pieces Of

Billie Jo Spears – 17 Golden Pieces Of – LP Vinyl Album

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Red Dirt Girl (Vinyl)

Red Dirt Girl (Vinyl)

Emmylou Harris’s first Nonesuch recording, Red Dirt Girl, was released in September 2000, and won the Grammy Award for Best Contemporary Folk Album of the year. It was her first solo studio recording since 1995’s Wrecking Ball. The album was produced by Malcolm Burn, who previously worked with Harris engineering and mixing Wrecking Ball, and features Buddy Miller on lead guitar; Daryl Johnson on bass and drums; Malcolm Burn on piano, guitar, and bass; and Ethan Johns on drums, guitar, and other miscellaneous instruments. Harris wrote all but one of Red Dirt Girl’s 12 tracks, marking only the second time in her career that she has been so involved in the composition of an album. Dave Matthews sings a duet with Harris on the album, and Bruce Springsteen, Patti Scialfa, and Patty Griffin also contribute vocals.

This vinyl reissue is pressed at Record Industry on 2x140gm LPs and includes a download card.

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Dreamin’ My Dreams Reviews

Dreamin’ My Dreams

NEW Combo BLUWAVS CD and FLAC FILENever before has Patty Loveless mediated so gracefully between bluegrass tradition and superior songcraft from a wide range of sources. Fiddles and mandolins abound throughout Dreaming My Dreams‘ largely acoustic arrangements, but they are put to the service of material that extends from a propulsive, album-opening rendition of Richard Thompson’s “Keep Your Distance” to the rollicking honky-tonk of Delbert McClinton’s “Same Kind of Crazy” to the title-song reverie, a signature tune for the late Waylon Jennings. Loveless teams with Dwight Yoakam for a revival duet of the Delaney & Bonnie hit “Never Ending Song of Love,” while Emmylou Harris adds soulful harmonies to “When Being Who You Are Is Not Enough.” A mood of meditative melancholy pervades much of the music, as exemplified by the intimacy Loveless brings to Steve Earle’s “My Old Friend the Blues.” The selection of stellar material showcases and broadens Loveless’s range as an interpretive stylist, one of the finest in contemporary country. –Don McLeese

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Country Legends

Country Legends

(1999/DISKY) 15 Tracks

Medium 1
Blanket On The Ground
Mr. Walker, It’s All Over
What I’ve Got In Mind
Misty Blue
If You Want Me
Marty Gray
Stay Away From The Apple Tree
I’m Not Easy
Lonely Hearts Club
I’ve Got To Go
57 Chevrolet
Yesterday
I Will Survive
Rainy Days And Stormy Nights
What The World Needs Now Is Love

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Special Songs

Billie Jo Spears – Special Songs – LP Vinyl Album

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Portrait Of An American Singer

Portrait Of An American Singer

(5-CD + 124 page book) Inarguably a major recording act, Tennessee Ernie Ford (1919-1991) sold an estimated 90 million albums worldwide, and charted 17 Top Ten country singles and four Top Ten pop singles over a 35-year recording career. And he played significant – and pioneering – roles in radio and television broadcasting. All the secular-themed studio recordings from the first dozen years in the career of one of the most important crossover acts in the history of American popular music. Five CDs containing 154 tracks and a 120-page book with newly written essays, track-by-track album notes, a discography, label scans, and many rare photographs and illustrations. Early country hits including the chart-topping Mule Train (1949) and Ford’s pioneering ‘hillbilly boogie’ smash The Shotgun Boogie (1950), as well as Ford’s first major crossover hit, the 1950 duet (with Kay Starr) I’ll Never Be Free. It also includes classics such as Rock City Boogie (with the Dinning Sisters, 1951) and Blackberry Boogie (1952) as well as overlooked delights as the train song Tennessee Local (1952), his 1952 interpretation of Willie Mabon’s rhythm and blues hit I Don’t Know. This boxed set includes two never-before-released songs (Slow Down and Small World), numerous Ford singles and album tracks not previously reissued on CD, and several rarities, including Ford’s 1955 recitations of Davy Crockett tales, as well as Ford’s 1958 public service jingles to promote the U. S. Marine Corps ‘Toys for Tots’ charitable program.

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Slim Whitman 1957 – 1960

Slim Whitman 1957 – 1960

Slim Whitman 1957 – 1960

Audio DVD with 52 tracks
Playtime: 2 hours, 13 minutes

When sold by Amazon.com, this product is manufactured on demand using DVD-R recordable media. Amazon.com’s standard return policy will apply.

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Samson RH600 Headphones

Samson RH600 Headphones

  • Headphone Type: Open
  • Driver Size: 40mm
  • Fit Style: Circumaural
  • Frequency Response: 20Hz-22kHz
  • Impedance: 32 ohms

The top-line model RH600s use a specially designed, high performance driver with a thin, responsive 40mm diaphragm coupled with a high output neodymium magnet and sophisticated circuitry to provide true “reference quality” audio. Its ambient open-ear design with special acoustic mesh fabric ensures clear, transparent sound and a comfortable listening experience. The RH600s also feature a very wide dynamic range and a linear frequency response from 20Hz to 22kHz for accurate, balanced audio reproduction.

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