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Tennessee Ernie Ford - Sixteen Tons (1990)

16-04-2016, 14:23
Country | Folk | FLAC / APE

Title: Sixteen Tons
Year Of Release: 1990
Label: Bear Family Records
Genre: Country, Boogie
Quality: Mp3 320 kbps / FLAC (tracks)
Total Time: 01:01:15
Total Size: 159 / 365 Mb


01. I've Got The Milk 'Em In The Morning Blues 02:25
02. Country Junction 02:23
03. Smokey Mountain Boogie 02:40
04. Anticipation Blues 02:09
05. Mule Train 03:08
06. Cry Of The Wild Goose 03:17
07. My Hobby 02:34
08. I've Got The Feed 'Em In The Mornin' (Change 'Em) Feed 'Em In The Evenin' Blues 02:26
09. The Shot Gun Boogie 02:37
10. Tailor Made Woman 02:21
11. You're My Sugar 02:38
12. Rock City Boogie 02:14
13. Kissin' Bug Boogie 02:06
14. Hey, Good Lookin' 02:07
15. Hambone 01:55
16. Everybody's Got A Girl But Me 02:01
17. Snowshoe Thompson 02:30
18. Blackberry Boogie 02:31
19. Hey, Mr. Cotton Picker 02:23
20. Kiss Me Big 02:22
21. Catfish Boogie 02:21
22. The Ballad of Davy Crockett 02:54
23. Sixteen Tons 02:39
24. Rovin' Gambler 02:15
25. Blackeyed Susie 02:03

Tennessee Ernie Ford was one of the biggest singing stars in the '50s. After an Army stint during World War II, Ford left his Southern roots for the proto-fame of several radio jobs in Los Angeles. He soon met bassist and Capitol A&R man Cliffie Stone and proceeded to cut a slew of hit sides for the label. The country bumpkin character Ford had developed in radio was put in front of the mike and surrounded by some of Capitol's top country session men. Along with Stone, Ford's band included the likes of guitarist Jimmy Bryant, pedal-steel wizard Speedy West, drummer Roy Harte, and pianist Billy Liebert. This generous Bear Family disc rounds up 25 of Ford's prime Capitol sides, including the hit title track and sides bearing both his Ma & Pa Kettle persona and more straightforward honky tonk in the Hank Williams mode. Beyond Ford's incredibly varied singing, there's a wealth of stellar contributions from his cohorts -- Bryant and Liebman are particularly impressive. As usual, Bear Family provides excellent notes and very thorough discography details. A must for fans of vintage country music.

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