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All Music Guide - Cub Koda
While Gotham was seen as a blues/R&B/doo wop label, the Philadelphia-based company also distributed hillbilly material, a great deal of it from the Louisiana-based Pacemaker label, run ostensibly by singer Webb Pierce. Although almost everything here was issued in 1951 on Gotham, a lot of it was certainly cut before that, crude hillbilly with a fly-by-the-seat-of-your-pants quality to it. Faron Young is the big name here, with four of the 14 tracks credited to him, including "I'm a Free Man Now" and "I Heard the Jukebox Playing," both fine early indicators of his signature style. Tracks from Tillman Franks the title track and the jumping "Hot Rod-Shotgun Boogie No.2", the ...
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All Music Guide - Cub Koda
While Gotham was seen as a blues/R&B/doo wop label, the Philadelphia-based company also distributed hillbilly material, a great deal of it from the Louisiana-based Pacemaker label, run ostensibly by singer Webb Pierce. Although almost everything here was issued in 1951 on Gotham, a lot of it was certainly cut before that, crude hillbilly with a fly-by-the-seat-of-your-pants quality to it. Faron Young is the big name here, with four of the 14 tracks credited to him, including "I'm a Free Man Now" and "I Heard the Jukebox Playing," both fine early indicators of his signature style. Tracks from Tillman Franks the title track and the jumping "Hot Rod-Shotgun Boogie No.2", the mysterious Tex Grimsley very Western-style takes on "Teardrops" and "Walking the Dog", Claude King the hilarious "Beer and Pinballs", and a pair from a very young Teddy Wilburn complete this marvelous collection of tracks, most of them pulled from the original 78s. Although it's listed as "red hot rockabilly" on the cover, this is early raw Southern country to the bone.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 10/21/1991
  • Label: Collectables
  • UPC: 090431533024
  • Catalog Number: 5330

Tracks

Disc 1
  1. 1 Hot Rod-Shotgun Boogie No. 2 (2:54)
  2. 2 Walking the Dog (2:27)
  3. 3 Teardrops - Tex Grimsley (2:30)
  4. 4 Beers and Pinballs - Claude King (2:45)
  5. 5 51 Beers - Claude King (3:07)
  6. 6 You're Just Imagination (3:00)
  7. 7 Have I Waited Too Long (3:07)
  8. 8 Hi-Tone Poppa (2:56)
  9. 9 I Heard the Jukebox Playing (2:44)
  10. 10 A Million Mistakes - Claude King (2:31)
  11. 11 Why Should I? - Claude King (2:37)
  12. 12 Court of Justice - Teddy Wilburn (3:15)
  13. 13 How Would You Like to Call Me Sweetheart - Teddy Wilburn (2:39)
  14. 14 I'm a Free Man Now (2:55)
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Album Credits

Performance Credits
Claude King Track Performer
Faron Young Track Performer
Tillman Franks Track Performer
Teddy Wilburn Track Performer
Tex Grimsley Track Performer
Franks Tillman Track Performer
Technical Credits
Claude King Contributor
Kitty Wells Composer
Faron Young Contributor
Webb Pierce Composer
Tillman Franks Composer, Contributor
Bill Nettles Composer
Teddy Wilburn Contributor
Tex Grimsley Contributor
Linda Baggett Composer
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