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Eddie Noack – Psycho: The K-Ark and Allstar Recordings 1962-1969 (2013)

18-01-2014, 17:24
Music | Country

Eddie Noack – Psycho: The K-Ark and Allstar Recordings 1962-1969 (2013)

Artist: Eddie Noack
Title Of Album: Psycho: The K-Ark and Allstar Recordings 1962-1969
Year Of Release: 2013
Label: Bear Family
Genre: Country
Quality: MP3
Bitrate: 320 kbps
Total Time: 57:35
Total Size: 134 mb
WebSite: amazon


1. Psycho [03:35]
2. Invisible Stripes [02:18]
3. Dolores [02:54]
4. Beer Drinkin’ Blues [02:45]
5. House On a Mountain [02:19]
6. Stolen Rose [02:41]
7. Cotton Mill [03:32]
8. The End of the Line [02:13]
9. Barbara Joy [02:23]
10. Sleeping Like a Baby (With a Bottle in My Mouth) [02:43]
11. Too Hot to Handle [01:37]
12. Tell Her [02:41]
13. Chaperoned By a Memory [02:28]
14. We Are the Lonely Ones [02:10]
15. The Fall-Out (Keeps On Hurting) [02:04]
16. Think of Her Now [02:05]
17. When the Bright Lights Grow Dim [02:13]
18. You Can’t Keep a Good Man Down [02:02]
19. Two Bright Lights [01:45]
20. Prisoner of War [02:18]
21. Buzz Buzz Buzz [02:30]
22. Love [01:51]
23. Two Brown Eyes [01:52]
24. Does It Matter [01:57]

There was a time when every LP by George Jones had an Eddie Noack song; in fact, Jones even did a complete LP of Noack songs. Hank Snow did well with Noack’s song These Hands. Texas honky tonk fans love Noack’s mid-’50s recordings for their wit and insight into the human condition. But then in the ’80s, the Psychobilly and Trash fans discovered bootlegs of Noack’s way far-out recordings of Psycho and Dolores. Both songs are told from the perspective of a psychopathic serial killer. Cramps and Meteors fans recognized that this was as dark as it got. Eddie Noack achieved cult status, but by then he was dead.
In 2012 Bear Family Records released Noack’s classic honky tonk recordings, ‘Gentlemen Prefer Blondes’, a collection spanning the years 1948 to 1961. The second compilation Psycho: The K-Ark and Allstar Recordings, 1962-1969 not only contains the two deranged cult classics (Psycho and Dolores) but offers other daringly abnormal songs like Invisible Stripes, Prisoner of War and The End of The Line. The CD is illustrated by award winning German graphic novel artist Reinhard Kleist. His adaptations of H.P. Lovecraft and Johnny Cash have already proven his knack for the darker aspects of the human experience. Noack lived what he preached: his hardcore honky tonkin’ eventually cost him his life. When some of those around him started sobering up, Noack kept smoking and drinking. He even wrote about it.

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