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  • Dayton Jesse - Tall Texas Tales + 3 Bonustracks (Käytetty CD)

    10,00

    Roadkings miehen toinen sooloalbumi. Nyt euroopan julkaisuna, mukana kolmebonus biisiä!

  • Dayton Jesse - Country Soul Brother (Käytetty CD)

    10,00

    Sooloalbumi Road Kings laulaja/kitaristilta.

    Along with Jesse’s tight touring band of Eric Tucker, Brian Thomas and Elmo Sproat, guest musicians include Redd Volkaert, Gary Primich, Bradly Jaye Williams, Robert Kerns, Riley Osbourn, Jon Blondell, John Mills, Fernando Martinez, Erik Hokkenan, Carolyn Wonderland, DB Harris and Eddie Spaghetti.

  • Flores Bobby - Just For The Record (Käytetty CD)

    10,00
  • Stewart Gary - Gary’s Greatest (Käytetty CD)

    17,00
  • Vaeltava Vitsaus LP + CD-0

    Vaeltava Vitsaus - Vaeltava Vitsaus LP + CD (Käytetty LP/12)

    30,00

    Marko Haaviston upea country levy!

    Still sealed!!!

  • Luojalle Rengiksi-0

    Haavisto Marko - Luojalle Rengiksi (Käytetty CD)

    20,00

    Aikoja sitten loppuunmyyty CD!

  • Trevino Justin - Too Many Heartaches (Käytetty CD)

    10,00
  • Worley Shane - Honky Tonk History (Käytetty CD)

    17,00
  • Watson Dale - Once More Once More (Käytetty CD)

    11,00

    Dale Watson`s Honky Tonk Swing Album!

  • Yoakam Dwight - La Croix D’Amour (Käytetty CD)

    11,00

    Loistava kokoelma.

  • Yoakam Dwight - Under The Covers (Käytetty CD)

    11,00
  • Moore Joe - Highway To Your Dreams (Käytetty CD)

    10,00

    Cdr. Joe Mooren neljäs albumi.

  • Hand James - Mighty Lonesome Man (Käytetty CD)

    50,00

    RARE CD!

  • Bush Johnny And Justin Trevino - Texas On A Saturday Night (Käytetty CD)

    20,00
  • Hand James - The Truth Will Set You Free (Käytetty CD)

    25,00
  • Yoakam Dwight - Gone (Käytetty CD)

    10,00

    1995’s Gone is a startling moment in Dwight Yoakam’s career. It’s been a decade since the California Oaks six-track EP version of Guitars, Cadillacs, Etc., Etc. had been released (before Warner picked it up, added four cuts, and issued it as an album in 1986). It’s been a helluva run thus far, and Gone marks it as a milestone. Given that record companies don’t nurture artists over their first two or three albums anymore, Yoakam has managed ten years on the charts and a decade’s worth of fine albums — with a couple of masterpieces among them. Gone fully integrates the early-’60s grooving rock and R&B of Doc Pomus and Lieber and Stoller with the hard honky tonk of the Bakersfield sound with regional touches that have become so prevalent on his records (example: note the opening track here, Sorry You Asked?,” with its mariachi horns in the refrains and bridge). Yes, and sometimes they all occur in the same song such as on the title track here where the Farfisa sound of Tex-Mex, Doug Sahm-style rock meets Chuck Berry’s guitar riffing meets Buck Owens country, and all of it is Yoakam. Then there’s ”Gone” with its Hammond B-3 and string section that could be an early rock anthem from the New York street corners if it weren’t for Yoakam’s restless Kentucky voice crooning in the swinging Texas wind. Even the straight rock & roll of ”Never Hold You,” with its psychedelic guitar fills before its ”C.C. Rider” — à la Mitch Ryder not Charlie Rich — refrain turns on a country-rock dime. Pete Anderson is a guitar slinger maximus who may have been schooled by the Buckaroos’ Don Rich’s style, but he plays with the razor-sharp intensity of the Detroit rocker he is. While it’s true that those who long for Yoakam’s pure honky tonk style may be lost a bit here, with a few spins they’ll get it. Yoakam’s music has been a thrill to witness as it has developed. Gone is the work of a singular talent with input from many different sources, from instrumentalists and horn and string sections to a dozen backing vocalists all used on different tracks. As the album closes with ”Heart of Stone,” a co-write with Kostas, you hear Yoakam go back to where modern country music came from in the first place: In the cascading strings that fall over the face of the mix, the band slide in behind them and the ghosts of Jim Reeves and Patsy Cline enter the singer and intone the kind heartbreak that can only be voiced in a country song. Chalk up another winner for Yoakam.”

  • Hillman Chris & Herb Pedersen - Bakersfield Bound (Käytetty CD)

    11,00
  • Post Kenny - Hey Driver (Käytetty CD)

    10,00
  • Brown Junior - Long Walk Back (Käytetty CD)

    10,00
  • Hank III - Lovesick, Broke & Driftin’ (Käytetty CD)

    15,00
  • Flores Rosie - After The Farm (Käytetty CD)

    10,00

    Entertainment Weekly (5/15/92)

    ..innovative country-fringe material that mates rockabilly attitude with country heat and a western beat…Flores never forgets she’s a poet, and a rocker with a pure country heart..

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  • Lauderdale Jim - The Other Sessions (Käytetty CD)

    7,50
  • Flavin Mick - Travellin’ Light (Käytetty CD)

    10,00
  • Baskery - Fall Among Thieves (Käytetty CD)

    11,00
  • Swanson Rocky - The Right One (Käytetty CD)

    10,00
  • Henderson Mike - Country Music Made Me Do it (Käytetty CD)

    10,00
  • Yates Billy - Bill’s Barber Shop (Käytetty CD)

    10,00
  • Karl Shiflett & Big Country Show - Worries on My Mind (Käytetty CD)

    11,00
  • Watson Dale - From the Cradle to the Grave (Käytetty CD)

    15,00

    If the ghost of Johnny Cash hovers throughout the grooves of From the Cradle to the Grave, that’s not coincidental. The recording was made in a Hendersonville, TN, cabin once owned by the late country icon — all the better to showcase Dale Watson’s deep, Cash-like baritone — and the no-frills settings Watson brings to the songs bear more than a faint echo of the Man in Black: on Hollywood Hillbilly” that might as well be the minimalist Tennessee Three twanging behind the singer, and ol’ JC even gets name-checked in the lyrics (as do Willie, Hank, and Lefty, but still…). Then there’s the story that introduces the record: ”Justice for All,” a tale of righteousness fighting the good fight against vengeance and coming up short. But to peg From the Cradle to the Grave as a Cash tribute and nothing more would be to sell it short. The Austinite’s been at it for a long time himself, and his renegade credentials are well established and verifiable. The song material here may ring familiar — ”Yellow Mama,” is, after all, an ode to an electric chair — and so may the voice, but Watson puts enough of his own personality into his delivery that the album is never in danger of being saddled with a copycat tag. Watson can’t help it if he’s got good taste in influences, but he’s sharp and smart enough to pay his respects while also shaking free of them, and he leaves no doubt whose album this is. ~ Jeff Tamarkin, All Music Guide”

  • Lauderdale Jim , Ralph Stanley & The Clinch Mountain Boys - Lost In The Lonesome Pines (Käytetty CD)

    10,00
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