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Ray Campi - With Friends Along The Way (2007)

22-05-2015, 18:19
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Ray Campi - With Friends Along The Way (2007)

Artist: Ray Campi
Title Of Album: With Friends Along The Way
Year Of Release: 2007
Genre: Rockabilly
Label: Scana
Format: MP3
Quality: 320 kbps, 44.1 Khz
Total Time: 64:39
Total Size: 158 MB
Covers: Front

01. Merle's Boogie Woogie (With Bonnie Raitt & Merle Travis) (1:47)
02. Quit Your Triflin' On Me (With Lou Ann Barton) (2:13)
03. Austin Waltz (With Chris O'Connell) (2:15)
04. Caterpillar (With Mae West) (2:17)
05. Mea West Made Us Laugh (With Johnny Legend) (2:16)
06. Waitin' In School (With Ronnie Mack) (1:58)
07. Guitar Rag (With Del Shannon & Merle Travis) (2:11)
08. Texas Sand (With Harvey Campi) (2:40)
09. Don't Let The Stars Get In Your Eyes (With Rosie Flores) (3:18)
10. Two Kinds Of Money (With Rip Masters) (2:48)
11. High School Hell Cats (With Tony Conn) (1:49)
12. Wee Mouse (For Harold Layman) (2:13)
13. Blue Ranger (For Hank Snow) (2:28)
14. Rollin' The Rock Boogie (With Kevin Fennell) (2:56)
15. Get Along (With Orville Nash) (2:30)
16. Sweet Temptation (With Rose Maddox & Merle Travis) (2:08)
17. Wine Is Fine (With Tony Conn) (1:57)
18. It Ain't Rocket Science (With Pep Torress) (2:41)
19. If You've Got The Money I've Got The Time (With Rosie Flores & Ronnie Mack) (2:26)
20. Come (With Vivian Worden) (2:38)
21. Dobro Daddio From Del Rio (For Robert Harris) (3:05)
22. How Low Can You Feel (For Jimmie Skinner) (2:25)
23. Rockabilly Count (With Count Smokula) (3:58)
24. Over The Hill (With Johnny Legend, Tony Conn & Bobby Mizzell) (2:06)
25. Pink Elephants (With Ian Whitcomb) (1:56)
26. Dad Gave My Dog Away (For Tex Ritter & T. Texas Tyler) (2:48)
27. Spanish Two Step (With Harold Layman) (0:39)

This is an expanded version of Ray Campi's classic 1988 release "With Friends In Texas."
Guests include: Bonnie Raitt, Merle Travis, Lou Ann Barton, Chris O'Connell, Mae West, Johnny Legend, Ronnie Mack, Del Shannon, Harvey Campi, Rosie Flores Rip Masters, Tony Conn, Harold Layman, Hank Snow, Kevin Fennell, Orville Nash, Rose Maddox, Pep Torres, Vivian Worden.

Rockabilly wildman Ray Campi recorded several classic singles during the music's prime era, and later staged a comeback that earned him a substantial cult audience over the '70s and '80s. Campi was born in New York in 1934 and moved with his family to Austin, TX, at age ten. He started listening to country music, learned the guitar, and formed his first band in high school, which played on local radio stations. Campi made his first recordings in 1951, but it wasn't until 1956, when he cut the single "Caterpillar" b/w "Play It Cool" for the small TNT label, that any of them were released. He went on to record for Domino ("Screamin' Mimi") and Dot ("The Ballad of Donna & Peggy Sue"), and moved to Los Angeles in 1959, where he signed with Colpix and recorded "Hear What I Wanna Hear." During the early '60s, Campi lived in New York and spent two and a half years as a staff writer at Aaron Schroeder's publishing firm, but was never allowed to record any of the songs he'd written. He returned to Austin in 1967 and recorded "Civil Disobedience" for the Sonobeat label, but nothing came of it, and he settled in Los Angeles and became a junior-high school teacher. Around 1973, Campi hooked up with Ronny Weiser's revivalist Rollin' Rock label and started making new recordings in the classic, high-energy rockabilly style. A steady stream of albums followed into the '80s, which also brought a couple of sets for Rounder, 1980's Rockin' at the Ritz and 1986's Gone, Gone, Gone!. Campi continued to record into the new millennium, releasing occasional albums on his own label.

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