One Hell of a Ride [Box Set]

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Barnes & Noble - David McGee
With this truly awesome Willie Nelson retrospective, the folks at Columbia/Legacy, experts at assembling compelling box sets, the have raised the bar to a daunting standard. Bookended by two versions of one of his earliest original tunes, "When I've Sang My Last Hillbilly Song" -- the first being the tinny, spare original executed at radio station KBOP in Pleasanton, Texas, in 1954, and the last, recorded in 2007, a full-band rendition with rich, ambient sound, Mickey Raphael's mournful harmonica moans, sister Bobbie Nelson's church piano, and Willie's own stinging, gut-string guitar solos and understated, bluesy vocal -- One Hell of a Ride rolls out another 98 cuts from...
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Editorial Reviews

Barnes & Noble - David McGee
With this truly awesome Willie Nelson retrospective, the folks at Columbia/Legacy, experts at assembling compelling box sets, the have raised the bar to a daunting standard. Bookended by two versions of one of his earliest original tunes, "When I've Sang My Last Hillbilly Song" -- the first being the tinny, spare original executed at radio station KBOP in Pleasanton, Texas, in 1954, and the last, recorded in 2007, a full-band rendition with rich, ambient sound, Mickey Raphael's mournful harmonica moans, sister Bobbie Nelson's church piano, and Willie's own stinging, gut-string guitar solos and understated, bluesy vocal -- One Hell of a Ride rolls out another 98 cuts from every phase and stage of Willie's monumental career. It does what a good box set should: inspire both casual and truly ardent fans to head back into the catalog and listen with new ears for deeper hues of musical and emotional complexity. As this collection asserts, when Willie hasn't been serving up some beautiful, self-penned poetry in song, as he does predominately on the first three discs, he's made impeccable, bold choices in cover material. There's the brisk country shuffle he employs to bring a fresh, celebratory feel to Paul Simon's "Graceland," one of many startling moments on his Don Was-produced gem, Across the Borderline. As well, the duet tracks reveal an artist both confident of his place in the universe -- to the point where he can stand toe-to-toe with Ray Charles on the beautiful, Billy Sherrill-produced lament "Seven Spanish Angels" -- and eager to demonstrate a larger point, as he does in a rousing 1984 rendition of Hank Snow's classic "I'm Moving On" that features the writer himself pitching in with a couple of smoking-hot verses of his own; at a time when the industry Snow helped build had almost forgotten him, Willie made sure others didn't.

The big, beating heart of his body of work is highlighted on the latter part of Disc 1 and the entirety of Disc 2, in adventurous selections culled from the monumental '70s albums beginning with Yesterday's Wine and embracing Shotgun Willie, Phases and Stages, Red Headed Stranger, and The Sound in Your Mind and culminating in the staggering, unpredictable breakthrough of the classic pop renderings comprising 1978's mega-hit Stardust. Equally startling, arguably, is the development charted in Disc 1's first half, which begins in the aforementioned Texas radio station in 1954, with Willie in serious vocal debt to Lefty Frizzell and systematically crafting a signature sound, not only vocally and instrumentally but especially as a writer with the 1961 tsunami of "Hello Walls," "Funny How Time Slips Away" and "Crazy": remarkable recordings all, comparable to the celebrated hit versions of each recorded during Willie's brief tenure with Liberty before RCA found him. All of the usual suspects are accounted for here: Waylon, the Highwaymen, Hag, Emmylou, even Julio Iglesias, as well as the standards of the Willie canon. In the end, what to do but tip your hat and stand in awe? It has indeed been a hell of a ride, for the iconoclastic Willie and for those fans and fellow musicians who have followed him on his odyssey.

All Music Guide - Stephen Thomas Erlewine
Navigating Willie Nelson's immense body of recordings can be daunting even for committed fans. There is so much music and so much of it good that it's hard to keep straight, especially as each of his many eras has been compiled, collected, and reissued countless time, leading to a discography thick with redundancies -- and then there's the stubborn fact that for Willie, making music is like breathing, something that comes naturally, something that happens every day, so he keeps building upon that discography, releasing an album or two each year, which only adds to the confusion for neophytes and longtime fans alike. All of this is a roundabout way to say that there are plenty of Willie Nelson albums out there, that there's a surplus of compilations, but of all these, nothing offers such a complete, useful overview of his entire career as Columbia/Legacy's four-disc 2008 box One Hell of a Ride. This is not the first Willie box that Legacy has released, of course -- in 1995 they put out the triple-disc Revolutions of Time: The Journey 1975-1993 -- but this is the first box to ever attempt a thorough overview of his career, beginning with his earliest singles for Sarg and D, running through the countrypolitan Nashville productions of his Liberty Records and his wonderfully rambling RCA recordings of the '60s, then settling into the star-making sides for Columbia in the '70s and '80s, yet the set doesn't end there, as it runs through his albums for Island and Mercury in the '90s and 2000s. For sheer scope, this beats all, but what makes One Hell of a Ride so useful is that it covers all the ground accurately, picking a blend of hits, concert staples, and relative obscurities to present a career overview that may be illuminating even for serious fans, as this tells a full, complete story with its 100 tracks Like many great stories, the details may be fudged a bit here -- on the second disc the tracks don't quite follow in chronological order -- but that doesn't matter because all this tweaking is done in service of the bigger picture, which is as it should be when a picture is this large. Listening to the whole of One Hell of a Ride, it's hard not to marvel yet again at the enormity of Willie's career. If he had only authored the standards "Nite Life," "Crazy," "Hello Walls," and "Funny How Time Slips Away," his place in history would be assured, but this set illustrates how Nelson strengthened the jazzy sophistication underpinning these tunes by digging deeper into Western swing, just as he slyly brought rock, folk, and pop flourishes into his music. By the time the Outlaw years roll around in the midst of the second disc here, his music was hard to peg -- certainly it was country, but not in the strictest definition, as it encompassed so much more, from the stark Red Headed Stranger to the lush Stardust, and what is remarkable about One Hell of a Ride is that by listening to it from beginning to end, none of these moves feel forced, all the evolutions feel natural, and the excellent fourth disc -- which neatly cherry-picks from a rollercoaster two decades of recordings -- illustrates that his evolution did not end when he achieved superstardom, but rather he kept finding new truths in music, sometimes through new tunes, sometimes by revisiting the past, as the nifty book-ending of the set with a new version of his first recording "When I've Sung My Last Hillbilly Song" makes clear. Willie will continue to build upon the legacy offered within this box, but that will not change the fact that this is the best place to learn and appreciate that legacy, and to learn to love it.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 4/1/2008
  • Label: Sony Legacy
  • UPC: 886971391527
  • Catalog Number: 713915
  • Sales rank: 6,922

Tracks

Disc 1
  1. 1 When I've Sang My Last Hillbilly Song (1:30)
  2. 2 No Place for Me (1:20)
  3. 3 Man with the Blues (2:07)
  4. 4 Nite Life (2:32)
  5. 5 Hello Walls (2:25)
  6. 6 Funny How Time Slips Away (3:04)
  7. 7 Crazy (2:53)
  8. 8 Half a Man (2:27)
  9. 9 Mr. Record Man (2:14)
  10. 10 One in a Row (2:34)
  11. 11 The Party's Over (2:26)
  12. 12 Texas in My Soul (2:02)
  13. 13 Good Times (2:29)
  14. 14 Sweet Memories (3:15)
  15. 15 Little Things (3:19)
  16. 16 Any Old Arms Won't Do (2:33)
  17. 17 Everybody's Talkin' (3:25)
  18. 18 Pins and Needles (In My Heart) (3:20)
  19. 19 Once More with Feeling (2:39)
  20. 20 I Gotta Get Drunk (2:16)
  21. 21 Laying My Burdens Down (2:39)
  22. 22 What Can You Do to Me Now (3:29)
  23. 23 Kneel at the Feet of Jesus (2:48)
  24. 24 I'm a Memory (2:26)
  25. 25 Family Bible (3:13)
  26. 26 Summer of Roses (2:07)
  27. 27 Yesterday's Wine (3:14)
  28. 28 Me and Paul (3:51)
  29. 29 The Words Don't Fit the Picture (2:46)
Disc 2
  1. 1 Good Hearted Woman (2:59)
  2. 2 You Left a Long, Long Time Ago (2:41)
  3. 3 She's Not for You (2:32)
  4. 4 You Ought to Hear Me Cry (2:42)
  5. 5 It Should Be Easier Now (2:47)
  6. 6 Mammas Don't Let Your Babies Grow Up to Be Cowboys (3:28)
  7. 7 If You Can't Touch Her at All (3:04)
  8. 8 I Can Get off on You (2:25)
  9. 9 Blackjack County Chain (2:03)
  10. 10 Johnny One Time (2:45)
  11. 11 Bring Me Sunshine (2:13)
  12. 12 I Just Can't Let You Say Goodbye (2:46)
  13. 13 Shotgun Willie (2:44)
  14. 14 Sad Songs and Waltzes (3:08)
  15. 15 The Troublemaker (1:53)
  16. 16 Uncloudy Day (4:41)
  17. 17 Bloody Mary Morning (2:51)
  18. 18 I Still Can't Believe You're Gone (4:20)
  19. 19 Blue Eyes Crying in the Rain (2:21)
  20. 20 I'd Have to Be Crazy (3:27)
  21. 21 If You've Got the Money I've Got the Time (2:06)
  22. 22 Always Late (With Your Kisses) (2:26)
  23. 23 She's Gone, Gone, Gone (2:32)
  24. 24 I Never Go Around Mirrors (2:37)
  25. 25 Stardust (3:53)
  26. 26 Georgia on My Mind (4:21)
  27. 27 A Song for You (2:42)
Disc 3
  1. 1 Whiskey River (3:34)
  2. 2 Till I Gain Control Again (5:53)
  3. 3 Stay a Little Longer (3:28)
  4. 4 Heartbreak Hotel - Leon Russell (3:02)
  5. 5 One for My Baby (And One More for the Road) - Leon Russell (2:36)
  6. 6 Help Me Make It Through the Night (4:01)
  7. 7 Midnight Rider (2:52)
  8. 8 My Heroes Have Always Been Cowboys (3:07)
  9. 9 Crazy Arms - Ray Price (2:44)
  10. 10 On the Road Again (2:35)
  11. 11 Angel Flying Too Close to the Ground (4:30)
  12. 12 Mona Lisa (2:33)
  13. 13 I'm Gonna Sit Right Down and Write Myself a Letter (3:02)
  14. 14 Always on My Mind (3:34)
  15. 15 Old Friends - Roger Miller (3:09)
  16. 16 Pancho and Lefty (4:49)
  17. 17 Reasons to Quit (3:33)
  18. 18 In the Jailhouse Now - Webb Pierce (2:09)
  19. 19 Why Do I Have to Choose (3:13)
  20. 20 City of New Orleans (4:52)
  21. 21 To All the Girls I've Loved Before - Julio Iglesias (3:34)
  22. 22 Three Days - Faron Young (3:13)
  23. 23 Touch Me - Faron Young (2:37)
Disc 4
  1. 1 Write Your Own Songs (3:20)
  2. 2 Heart of Gold (3:11)
  3. 3 I'm Movin' On - Hank Snow (2:47)
  4. 4 Seven Spanish Angels - Ray Charles (3:51)
  5. 5 Highwayman (3:03)
  6. 6 Living in the Promiseland (3:23)
  7. 7 What a Wonderful World (2:16)
  8. 8 Country Willie (3:47)
  9. 9 Graceland (4:47)
  10. 10 Valentine (3:38)
  11. 11 What Was It You Wanted (5:27)
  12. 12 Still Is Still Moving to Me (3:33)
  13. 13 Too Sick to Pray (2:43)
  14. 14 Everywhere I Go (3:53)
  15. 15 My Own Peculiar Way (3:40)
  16. 16 Nuages (3:41)
  17. 17 Rainbow Connection (4:32)
  18. 18 Mendocino County Line - Lee Ann Womack (4:34)
  19. 19 The Harder They Come (3:39)
  20. 20 Bubbles in My Beer (2:51)
  21. 21 When I've Sung My Last Hillbilly Song (3:27)
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Album Credits

Performance Credits
Willie Nelson Primary Artist, Synthesizer, Acoustic Guitar, Guitar, Vocals, Background Vocals, Gut String Guitar, Musician
Buddy Emmons Steel Guitar
Marty Stuart Mandolin
Chet Atkins Guitar, Rhythm Guitar
Johnny Cash Vocals, Background Vocals, Guest Appearance
Johnny Gimble Fiddle, Guitar, Mandolin, Violin
Merle Haggard Guitar, Vocals, Background Vocals, Guest Appearance
Emmylou Harris Vocals
Waylon Jennings Guitar, Vocals, Background Vocals, Guest Appearance
David Lynn Jones Guitar
Kris Kristofferson Guitar, Vocals, Background Vocals, Musician, Guest Appearance
Ray Price Vocals, Background Vocals, Guest Appearance
Jerry Reed Electric Guitar
Johnny Rodriguez Guitar, Background Vocals
Hank Snow Vocals, Guest Appearance
Buddy Spicher Fiddle
Ray Stevens Piano, Vibes
Faron Young Vocals, Guest Appearance
Ray Charles Vocals, Guest Appearance
Leon Russell Piano, Keyboards, Vocals, Guest Appearance
Doug Sahm Fiddle, Background Vocals
Paul Simon Acoustic Guitar
Michael Brecker EWI
Matt Rollings Piano, Hammond Organ, fender rhodes, Wurlitzer
Billy Gene English Drums
Pete Carr Acoustic Guitar, Dobro, Electric Guitar
Roger Miller Guitar, Vocals, Background Vocals, Guest Appearance
Julio Iglesias Vocals, Guest Appearance
James Burton Guitar
Pete Drake Steel Guitar
Donnie Fritts Musician
Steve Gibson Electric Guitar
The Memphis Horns Horn
Billy Swan Musician
Sammi Smith Background Vocals
Sweet Pea Atkinson Background Vocals
Anita Kerr Background Vocals
Jim Keltner Drums
Jimmy Day Bass, Dobro, Pedal Steel Guitar, Steel Guitar
Grady Martin Guitar, Electric Guitar, Musician
Bill Pursell Piano
Wade Ray Fiddle
Billy Strange Guitar
Larry Gatlin Guitar, Background Vocals
Don Potter Acoustic Guitar
Mickey Raphael Harmonica, Musician
Johnny Western Guitar
Pam Hall Background Vocals
The A-Strings Strings
Ritchie Albright Drums
Steve Appel Musician
Kenny Aronoff Drums
Mingo Araujo Conga
Israel Baker Violin
Byron Bach Cello
Brenton Banks Violin
Eddie Bayers Drums
Barry Beckett Keyboards
Benmont Tench Organ
George Binkley III Violin
Andy Black Background Vocals
Jim Boatman Background Vocals
Pete Bordonali Gut String Guitar
Dan Bosworth Guitar
Sir Harry Bowens Background Vocals
Harold Bradley Rhythm Guitar
Bobby Bruce Violin
Stephen Bruton Musician
Steve Burgh Electric Guitar
Paul Buskirk Guitar, Mandolin
Wayne Butler Trombone, Tenor Saxophone
Red Callender Bass
Ambrose Campbell Percussion
Jerry Carrigan Drums
Marvin Chantry Viola
Chip Young Acoustic Guitar, Guitar, Rhythm Guitar
Gene Chrisman Drums
Johnny Christopher Guitar, Background Vocals
Glen Clark Musician
J.R. Cobb Acoustic Guitar, Guitar, Background Vocals
Roger Crabtree Harmonica
Sammy Creason Musician
Santa Davis Drums
Dorothy Dillard Background Vocals
Debra Dobkin Percussion
Ray Edenton Guitar, Rhythm Guitar
Bobby Emmons Keyboards, Synclavier
Paul English Percussion, Drums, Musician
Chris Ethridge Bass
Richard Feldman Guitar
Solie Fott Violin
Paul Franklin Pedal Steel Guitar
Steven Fromholz Vocals
John Gallie Organ
Duke Goff Bass
Dennis Good Trombone
Marty Grebb Saxophone
John Guerin Drums
Jeff Gutcheon Organ, Electric Piano
Jack Hale Trombone
Roy Harte Drums
Roger Hawkins Drums
Sherman Hayes Bass
John Hobbs Keyboards
Ginger Holladay Background Vocals
Mary Holladay Background Vocals
David Hood Bass
John Leslie Hug Guitar
John Hughey Pedal Steel Guitar
Craig Hull Musician
James "Hutch" Hutchinson Bass
Harry Hyams Viola
Michael Hyde Keyboards
Victor Indrizzo Drums
Jim Isbell Bongos
Wayne Jackson Trumpet
Wayne Jobson Guitar
Booker T. Jones Organ, Piano, Musician
Jerry Kennedy Electric Guitar
Dave Kirby Guitar
Millie Kirkham Background Vocals
Jerry Kroon Drums
Sheldon Kurland Violin
Skip Lane Flute
Daniel Lanois Guitar
Mike Leech Bass, Mandolin
Kyle Lehning Trumpet
Greg Leisz Dobro, Pedal Steel Guitar
Darrell Leonard Musician
Al Lester Fiddle
Andrew Love Tenor Saxophone
Rex Ludwick Drums, Musician
Leonard Malarsky Violin
Kenny Malone Drums
Richard Manuel Keyboards
Don Markham Saxophone
David Mayo Background Vocals
Tommy McClure Musician
Bill McElhiney Trumpet
Terry McMillan Harmonica
Bucky Meadows Guitar
Brad Mehldau Vibes
Pierre Menard Violin
Donald Ray Mitchell Background Vocals
Chips Moman Guitar, Background Vocals
Ralph Mooney Steel Guitar
Laverna Moore Background Vocals
Richard Morris Percussion
Steve Mosley Snare Drums
Wayne Moss Electric Guitar
Gordon Mote Piano
Weldon Myrick Steel Guitar
Alexander Neiman Viola
Roy Nichols Guitar
Norman Ray Baritone Saxophone
Louis Dean Nunley Background Vocals
Mark O'Connor Fiddle
Bobby Ogdin Piano
Earl Palmer Drums
Gordon Payne Guitar, Harmonica, Vocal Harmony
Jody Payne Acoustic Guitar, Guitar, Mandolin, Background Vocals, Musician
Webb Pierce Vocals, Guest Appearance
Ray Phiri Electric Guitar
Jim Pierce Piano
Bill Pitman Guitar
Ray Pohlman Electric Bass
Billy Puett Flute
Norbert Putnam Bass
Eberhard Ramm French Horn
Herb Remington Steel Guitar
Billy Ray Reynolds Guitar
Michael Rhodes Bass
Temple Riser Background Vocals
Hargus "Pig" Robbins Organ, Piano, Keyboards
Barny Robertson Organ, Keyboards, Vocal Harmony
Rebecca Evans Russell Background Vocals
Donald Sanders Baritone Saxophone
Billy Sanford Gut String Guitar
Dale Sellers Acoustic Guitar
John Selolwane Electric Guitar
Don Sheffield Trumpet
Sam Shoup Background Vocals
Lisa Silver Background Vocals
Lee Sklar Bass
Greg "Frosty" Smith Musician
Stephony Smith Background Vocals
Bee Spears Bass, Musician
Glen Spreen Organ, Harpsichord
Stephen Stewart Keyboards
Henry Strzelecki Bass
Fred Tackett Guitar
Lewis Talley Guitar
Darrel Terwilliger Violin
Bobby Thompson Banjo
Uziah "Sticky" Thompson Percussion
George Tidwell Trumpet
Diane Tidwell Background Vocals
Jimmy Tittle Bass
Robby Turner Dobro, Pedal Steel Guitar, Steel Guitar
David Vanderkooi Cello
Pete Wade Guitar
Rance Wasson Guitar, Vocal Harmony
Bergen White Celeste, Vibes
Larry Whitmore Guitar
Toni Wine Background Vocals
Bobby Woods Keyboards, Background Vocals
Rick Yancey Background Vocals
Reggie Young Guitar
Dave Zettner Guitar, Rhythm Guitar
Becky Williams Vocal Harmony
Roy Huskey Jr. Bass
Howard Carpenter Viola
Gene Garf Piano
Priscilla Ann Hubbard Background Vocals
Randy Jacobs Guitar
Charlie McCoy Harmonica, Melodica, Vibes
Lillian Vannhunt Violin
Hershel Wigginton Background Vocals
John Michael Gray Guitar
Bobbie Nelson Piano, Wurlitzer, Musician
B.J. Baker Background Vocals
Mary Greene Background Vocals
Dee Moeller Organ, Piano, Background Vocals
Tony Mangurian Drums
Jose McElhiney Trumpet
Dean Reynolds Bass
Red Wootten Bass
Fred Carter Jr. Acoustic Guitar, Dobro, Electric Guitar, 12-string Guitar
Albert Coleman Violin
Bob Moore & His Orchestra Bass
Lee Ann Womack Vocals, Guest Appearance
Sidney Sharp Violin
Matt Serletic electronics
Glenn Ross Campbell Guitar
Harold E. Cruthirds Jr. Cello
Kenneth Goldsmith Violin
Velma E. Williams Smith Guitar, Rhythm Guitar
Byron Williams Violin
William Paul Ackerman Drums
Blondie Calderon Keyboards, Vibes
John Bush Shinn III Drums
Carole Walker Violin
Martin Kathan Violin, Viola
William H. Wright Jr. Background Vocals
Brian Griffith Guitar
Randy "The Owl" Elmore Fiddle
Pablo Stennett Bass
Jeannie M. Ogletree Background Vocals
Lonnie Campbell Drums
Al Hagy Drums
Bobby Penton Steel Guitar
Dick Shannon Saxophone, Vibes
Bob Whitford Piano
Larry Gadler Musician
Norris Webb Keyboards
David Briggs Piano
David Carroll Kirby Guitar
James J. Mitchell Baritone Saxophone
Paul Matthew Davis Guitar, Keyboards, Background Vocals
Reggie Albright Drums
Rell Sisters Background Vocals
David VanOsdale Viola
Terry Williams Trombone
Damon Elliott French Horn
Technical Credits
Chet Atkins Producer
Ed Bruce Composer
Rodney Crowell Composer
Lefty Frizzell Composer
Merle Haggard Composer
Waylon Jennings Composer, Producer
David Lynn Jones Composer
Kris Kristofferson Composer
Willie Nelson Composer, Producer
Mickey Newbury Composer
Ray Pennington Producer
Jimmie Rodgers Composer
Hank Snow Composer
Faron Young Composer
Steve Goodman Composer
Fred Neil Composer
Shel Silverstein Composer
Jimmy Cliff Composer
Gregg Allman Composer
Hoagy Carmichael Composer
Bob Dylan Composer
Elvis Presley Composer
Leon Russell Composer, Producer
Paul Simon Composer, Producer
Neil Young Composer
Tommy Allsup Producer
Harold Arlen Composer
Roger Miller Producer
Lee Clayton Composer
Albert Hammond Composer
Zeb Turner Composer
Jimmy Webb Composer
Claude Gray Composer
Ernest Tubb Composer
Cindy Walker Composer
Troy Seals Composer
Mickey Raphael Liner Notes
Mark James Composer
Fred E. Ahlert Composer
Joe Allison Producer
Kenny Ascher Composer
Bruce Belland Composer
Jimmy Bralower Drum Samples
Walt Breeland Composer
Paul Buskirk Composer, Producer
Hank Cochran Composer
Hal David Composer
Tommy Duncan Composer
Ray Evans Composer
Fred Foster Producer
Dallas Frazier Composer
Steven Fromholz Composer
Roy Halee Producer
Harlan Howard Composer
Felton Jarvis Producer
Booker T. Jones Producer
Daniel Lanois Producer
Jay Livingston Composer
Arif Mardin Producer
Johnny Mercer Composer
Chips Moman Producer
Ralph Mooney Composer
A.L. Owens Composer
Joseph M. Palmaccio Mastering
Mitchell Parish Composer
Richard Perry Producer
Sydney Pollack Producer
Fred Rose Composer
Sanger D. Schafer Composer
Eddie Setser Composer
Billy Sherrill Producer
Bernie Taupin Composer
Townes Van Zandt Composer
Sharon Vaughn Composer
Don Was Producer
George David Weiss Composer
Jerry Wexler Producer
Bob Wills Composer
Dave Zettner Producer
Roger Miller Composer
Stuart Gorrell Composer
Blackie Crawford Composer
Joe Nick Patoski Liner Notes
Mae Boren Axton Composer
Joseph Young Composer
Ramón Arcusa Producer
Matt Serletic Composer, Producer
David Gorman Art Direction
Steve Chadie Engineer
Wayne Thompson Composer
Sylvia Dee Composer
Tommy Durden Composer
Arthur Kent Composer
Chuck Seals Composer
Patsy Bruce Composer
Amy Nelson Producer
Floyd Jenkins Composer
Charlie Fitch Producer
Jim Beck Composer
Shirley Nelson Composer
Arthur Nakata Art Direction
Paul Williams Composer
Hollis R. "Red Lane" DeLaughter Composer
John Christopher Composer
David Somerville Composer
Robert Thiele Composer
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    How cool is this...

    Brand new today I've only had a chance to listen through a couple of times but have to say it ranges from easy on the ears to full on fabulous.Songs I'd never heard before had me enthralled and even the radio-friendly hits I had tired of long ago had me singing along to again. Sequencing on the 4 cds was a bit like a history lesson and I appreciate the education. Worth every penny and I don't often say that. How cool is that?

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