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VA - Truckers, Kickers, Cowboy Angels - The Blissed Out Birth Of Country Rock (2014)

20-11-2014, 07:01
Music | Country

VA - Truckers, Kickers, Cowboy Angels - The Blissed Out Birth Of Country Rock (2014)

VA - Truckers, Kickers, Cowboy Angels - The Blissed Out Birth Of Country Rock (2014)

Artist: VA
Title Of Album: Truckers, Kickers, Cowboy Angels - The Blissed Out Birth Of Country Rock
Year Of Release: 2014
Label: Bear Family Productions
Genre: Country Rock
Quality: Mp3 | Flac
Bitrate: 320 kbps | Lossless
Total Time: 115:49 Min
Total Size: 279 Mb | 718 Mb


CD 1
1. International Submarine Band – Truck Driving Man
2. Rick Nelson – You Just Cant Quit
3. The Lovin Spoonful – Nashville Cats
4. Buffalo Springfield – Pay The Price
5. Gene Clark & The Gosdin Brothe – Tried So Hard
6. The Youngbloods – Grizzely Bear aka Grizzly Bear
7. Gene Clark & The Gosdin Brothe – So You Say You Lost Your Baby
8. The Gosdin Brothers – Tell Me
9. The Lovin Spoonfu – Darlin Companion
10. The Everly Brothers – Im Movin On
11. Bobbie Gentry – Ode To Billie Joe
12. Buffalo Springfield – Childs Claim To Fame
13. The Everly Brothers – Bowling Green
14. Bobbie Gentry – Niki Hoeky
15. International Submarine Band – Luxury Liner
16. International Submarine Band – Blue Eyes
17. The Monkees – What Am I Doing Hangin’ Round
18. The Byrds – Old John Robertson
19. The Youngbloods – Sugar Babe
20. Kenny Vernon – Aint That A Shame
21. Nashville West – Ode To Billie

CD 2
1. International Submarine Band – Do You Know How It Feels To Be
2. The Byrds – Wasnt Born To Follow
3. Bob Dylan – Ill Be Your Baby Tonight
4. The Band – The Weight Band
5. Hearts & Flowers – She Sang Hymns Out Of Tune
6. The Band – I Shall Be Released Band
7. The Byrds – You Aint Going Nowhere
8. The Byrds – Hickory Wind
9. The Beau Brummels – Turn Around
10. The Beau Brummels – The Loneliest Man In Town
11. Lovin Spoonful – Never Goin Back
12. The Byrds – One Hundred Years From Now
13. Dillard & Clark – Train Leaves Here This Morning
14. The Spencers – Make Up Your Mind
15. Dillard & Clark – The Radio Song
16. The Dillards – Nobody Knows
17. The Dillards – Listen To The Sound
18. Dennis Payne – The Conscience Of You
19. The Everly Brothers – T For Texas
20. The Everly Brothers – I Wonder If Ill Care As Much

"It was something in the air, almost like the earth was passing through a cloud. I think this music was the direct result of psychedelia, the chaotic noisiness of it. People wanted to return to the simplicity that country music represented. Three-chord songs, melodies, and stories." (Roger McGuinn, the Byrds)

Bear Family has issued critically acclaimed and top-selling year-by-year anthologies of R&B (‘Blowin’ The Fuse’ 1945-1960) and Soul (‘Sweet Soul Music’ 1961-1975), and country music (‘Dim Lights, Thick Smoke & Hillbilly Music’ 1945-1970). Now it’s the turn of Country Rock.

In 1966, rock groups began turning away from the self-indulgence of early psychedelia to the timeless values embodied in country music, but they brought a counter-culture sensibility to it. It was a trend that began slowly in 1966, picked up steam in ’67 when Bob Dylan released his groundbreaking ‘John Wesley Harding’ album and The Band’s first LP appeared, and became a phenomenon in 1968 when the Byrds released ‘Sweetheart Of The Rodeo,’ and Dillard & Clark’s first album appeared. Heritage acts like the Everly Brothers and Rick Nelson came early to the party. And then, in 1969, the Flying Burrito Brothers’ first LP appeared, Dylan released ‘Nashville Skyline,’ and the Band’s epochal second LP appeared. Suddenly, Country Rock was a phrase on everyone’s lips.

That’s the story we tell in the first two volumes of this series. All the big names are here, but so are the Corvettes (a super group that never made it, produced by Mike Nesmith of the Monkees), Doug Sahm fusing western swing and rock, Clarence White coming to rock from country and bluegrass with his group Nashville West, Hearts & Flowers with future Eagles founder Bernie Leadon, and Gram Parsons’ first group, the International Submarine Band, and many more!

Not only is Bear Family able to license from great and small labels to bring you the complete story of Country Rock, but the story is told as only Bear Family can tell it: pristine sound, previously unpublished photos, full liner notes with first-person accounts from those who were there. The set is produced and annotated by Grammy-award winning writer-producer Colin Escott.

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Bly   User offline   24 January 2015 10:36

Thank you Bly 4

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