Homecoming in Heaven United Artists Records (1962) RIP the great George Jones (1931-2013)
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Buck Owens and the Buckeroos “It’s a Monster’s Holiday” Capitol Records (1974) A rare monster and country combination! I love me some Buck Owens.
Johnny Cash EP on London Records (UK) An early Sun recording with “I Walk the Line” (1958)
“Class Guitar” Chet Atkins RCA Victor (Japan)
“Ring of Fire” The Best of Johnny Cash Columbia Records (1963) A collection of the big man’s Columbia singles released between 1959 and 1963. Here’s the first LP release of “Ring of Fire,” one of Cash’s most famous tracks and the first #1 album when Billboard debuted their Country Album Chart on Jan. 11, 1964. And the players: Luther Perkins, Jack Clement and Norman Blake on Guitar! Marshall Grant on Bass! Morri Palmer and W.S. Holland on Drums! Bill Pursell on Piano! Billy Lathum on Banjo! Karl Garvin and Bill McElhiney on Trumpet! And, Ms. Maybelle Carter on Autoharp!!
Mayf Nutter “Goin’ Skinny Dippin’” GNP Crescendo (1976) For more Mayf! (Thanks to Fred for the contribution) Makes me think of this one:
Houston Wells and the Marksmen “…Western Style” Parlaphone Records (Uk)
“Country Hits” Vocal by Reb Allen
“Grannys Mini-Skirt” Irene Ryan (of the top-rated CBS TV Show “The Beverly Hillbillies” I always loved the Beverly Hillbillies and especially Granny who was always fixin’ up some strange vittles and shooing Jed and Jethro and other varmints out of the kitchen.
Ann Jones and her American Sweethearts Audio Lab Records