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  • Robbins Marty - All Around Cowboy / Everything I’ve Always Wanted (CD)

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    A master of many music styles and an entertainer in a class of his own, Marty Robbins was a country music superstar who crossed boundaries, enjoyed chart success in both the country and pop listings and, in concert, presented a show that pleased equally varied audiences. ’All Around Cowboy’ (1979) was the last of Marty Robbins’ western-themed recordings and gave him a couple more chart entries – the title track and ’Buenos Dias Argentina’. The album also includes a revival of an earlier Robbins title, ’San Angelo’, and the rendition of a Bob Nolan (Sons of the Pioneers) classic, ’Tumbling Tumbleweeds’. On hand are long-time friends and band members Bobby Sykes and Don Winters, once again enhancing the singer’s vocals with their fine back-up harmonies.

    Everything I’ve Always Wanted’ was one of Marty’s final albums released in 1981 and at a time when the sound of country music was changing. So this collection is almost deja-vu with his vocals and the accompanying musicians reflecting sounds of an earlier golden era especially so with revivals of Eddy Arnold’s ’There’s No Wings On My Angel’ and his own 1952 chart debut ’I’ll Go On Alone’. Some thirty years after he first appeared on the charts he was still chalking up hits here with ’Completely Out Of Love’ and ’An Occasional Rose’ while another link to the past, western songs, comes with ’Gene Autry, My Hero’.

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