Various - Tulare Dust : A Songwriter's Tribute To Merle Haggard FLAC album
Genre: Folk and World music
Title: Tulare Dust : A Songwriter's Tribute To Merle Haggard
Style: Country, Honky Tonk
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Despite the absence of many of his best-known songs, the package leaves little doubt that, as the liner notes put it, "Haggard may be the last of a breed of great country songwriters that began with Jimmie Rodgers, and continued through Hank Williams and Lefty Frizzell. Every composition radiates with Haggard's honesty, eye for detail, and strong point of view, and every track has the feel of a classic. The vast majority of the performances.
1. Tulare Dust/ They're Tearing the Labor Camps Down - Tom Russell. 2. Big City - Iris DeMent. 3. A Working Man Can't Get Nowhere Today - Peter Case.
Tulare Dust/ They're Tearing the Labor Camps Down. You Don't Have Very Far To Go. Big City. My Own Kind of Hat. I Can't Be Myself. I Can't Hold Myself In Line. Shopping For Dresses.
1994: various artists - Tulare Dust: A Songwriter's Tribute to Merle Haggard (Hightone) - track 2: "Big City". 1997: various artists - The Songs of Jimmie Rodgers: A Tribute (Egyptian, Columbia) - track 10: "Hobo Bill's Last Ride". 1997: various artists - Folk Live from Mountain Stage (Blue Plate) - track 3: "Sweet is the Melody" (live). 1997: various artists - KGSR Broadcasts Vol. 5 (KGSR) - track 1-10: "Let the Mystery Be" (live). 1996 is the forty-ninth studio album by American country singer Merle Haggard, released in 1996. It was his last studio album on the Curb Records label, and was considered something of a return to form for Haggard despite poor sales. Barry and Holly Tashian. Barry and Holly Tashian are an American country, folk and bluegrass duo.
Instead, she was a songwriter’s songwriter, peppering her lyrics with vivid details of her childhood in rural Louisiana and indulging sentiments that were both fanciful and complex. Sweet Relief sounds like a tour of her hometown of Shreveport, with acts like Matthew Sweet, the Jayhawks, and Lou Reed pointing out local landmarks. Tulare Dust: A Tribute To Merle Haggard (1994). Arguably the most obscure artist to get the tribute album treatment in the 1990s, Skip Spence had been a drummer for Jefferson Airplane before drug addiction and mental illness led to his. He wrote his defiantly hopeful solo masterpiece Oar while undergoing psychiatric treatment at Bellevue; upon its release in 1969, he disappeared from the music scene.
+ 01. Tulare Dust/They're Tearing the Labor Camps Down - Tom Russell 02. Big City - Iris Dement 03. A Working Man Can't Get Nowhere Today - Peter Case 04. Holding Things Together - Dwight Yoakam 05. Daddy Frank (The Guitar Man) - Robert Earl Keen Jr. 06. White Line Fever - Joe Ely 07. My Own Kind of Hat - Rosie Flores 08. Shopping for Dresses - Steve Young 09. Silver Wings - Marshall Crenshaw 10. Irma Jackson - Barrence Whitfield 11. You Don't Have Very Far to Go - Lucinda Williams 12.
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Tulare Dust: A Songwriters' Tribute To Merle Haggard. The set opens with a great version of Tonight the bottle let me down by Brooks and Dunn, followed by Clint Black (who has a similar type of voice to Merle) singing I take a lot of pride in what I am. Both of those are well-known Hag classics, but there are some less well-known songs here, including The farmer's daughter (Vince Gill), The running kind (Radney Foster) and Trying not to love you (Alan Jackson). I really liked this tribute to Merle Haggard. All of the songs were done very nicely with everyone putting their own touch on the song while maintaining the original integrity. I think I like the gal's renditions the best.
Dave Alvin - Tulare Dust: A Songwriters' Tribute To Merle Haggard Album. Send "Dave Alvin" Ringtones to your Cell. Album: Tulare Dust: A Songwriters' Tribute To Merle Haggard.
The Bakersfield singer-songwriter, who thrived after an early life of crime and a prison term in San Quentin, died on his birthday. Merle Haggard, who overcame a youth of deprivation and imprisonment to become one of the enduring figures in hardcore country music, died Wednesday on his 79th birthday. The singer underwent surgery for lung cancer in 2008 and had been hospitalized for various ailments over the past few years - most notably for pneumonia, which forced several concert postponements and cancellations in 2015 and this year. He died at his home in Northern California, his agent said. Haggard was born April 6, 1937, in Oildale, Calif.
Tracklist Hide Credits
|1||Tulare Dust/They're Tearin' The Labor Camps Down
Vocals – Tom Russell
Vocals – Iris DeMent
|3||A Working Man Can't Get Nowhere Today
Vocals – Peter Case
|4||Holding Things Together
Vocals – Dwight Yoakam
Backing Vocals – The Sunshine Boys QuartetVocals – Robert Earl Keen
|6||White Line Fever
Vocals – Joe Ely
|7||My Own Kind Of Hat
Vocals – Rosie Flores
|8||Shopping For Dresses
Vocals – Steve Young
Vocals – Marshall Crenshaw
Vocals – Barrence Whitfield
|11||You Don't Have Very Far To Go
Vocals – Lucinda Williams
Vocals – Billy Joe Shaver
|13||I Can't Be Myself
Vocals – Katy Moffatt
|14||I Can't Hold Myself In Line
Vocals – John Doe
Vocals – Dave Alvin
- Record Company – Hightone Records – HCD 8058
- Pressed By – Disctronics USA – 128846
- Copyright (c) – Hightone Records
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Hightone Records
- Recorded At – The Clubhouse, Burbank
- Recorded At – Jack's Tracks Recording Studio
- Recorded At – Mad Dog Studios
- Mixed At – West Beach Studios
- Recorded At – Moondog Studio
- Mastered At – Bernie Grundman Mastering
- Published By – Shade Tree Music, Inc.
- Acoustic Guitar, Dobro, Harmony Vocals, Producer – Lloyd Maines (tracks: 5, 6)
- Acoustic Guitar, Drums, Backing Vocals – Andrew Hardin (tracks: 10, 12)
- Acoustic Guitar, Electric Guitar – Amos Garrett (tracks: 10), David Grissom (tracks: 6)
- Acoustic Guitar, Lead Guitar, Harmony Vocals – Barry Tashian (tracks: 2)
- Backing Vocals – Alison Young (tracks: 10), Katy Moffatt (tracks: 1), Rosie Flores (tracks: 1)
- Bass – Glenn Fukunaga* (tracks: 6), James Intveld (tracks: 1, 7, 15)
- Bass, Backing Vocals – Keith Christopher (tracks: 12)
- Dobro, Backing Vocals, Mandolin – Greg Leisz (tracks: 1, 3, 7, 15)
- Drums – James Cruce (tracks: 1, 7)
- Drums, Percussion – Davis McLarty (tracks: 5), Greg Morrow (tracks: 12)
- Electric Guitar, Acoustic Guitar, Mandolin, Harmony Vocals, Producer – Gurf Morlix (tracks: 11)
- Electric Guitar, Lead Guitar, Vocals – Dave Alvin (tracks: 13, 15)
- Electric Upright Bass – Hank Bones (tracks: 10), Roy Huskey Jr. (tracks: 2)
- Electric Upright Bass, Harmony Vocals – Dave Heath (tracks: 5)
- Executive-Producer, Producer – Dave Alvin, Tom Russell
- Fiddle – Richard Bowden (tracks: 5), Steve Van Gelder* (tracks: 1)
- Harmony Vocals, Acoustic Guitar, Producer – Jim Rooney (tracks: 2)
- Lap Steel Guitar – Smokey Hormel (tracks: 14)
- Mastered By – Chris Bellman
- Percussion – Joey Waronker (tracks: 14)
- Photography By – Beth Herzhaft
- Recorded By – Michael Dumas (tracks: 4), Paul du Gré
- Rhythm Guitar, Lead Guitar – Eddy Shaver (tracks: 12)
- Vocals – Barrence Whitfield (tracks: 10), Billy Joe Shaver (tracks: 12), Lucinda Williams (tracks: 11), Robert Earl Keen (tracks: 5)
- Vocals, Acoustic Guitar – Dwight Yoakam (tracks: 4), Iris DeMent (tracks: 2), Katy Moffatt (tracks: 13), Rosie Flores (tracks: 7), Tom Russell (tracks: 1)
- Vocals, Acoustic Guitar, Producer – John Doe (tracks: 14), Steve Young (tracks: 8)
- Vocals, Guitar, Bass, Drums – Marshall Crenshaw (tracks: 9)
- Vocals, Harmonica, Guitar – Peter Case (tracks: 3)
- Vocals, Producer – Joe Ely (tracks: 6)
NotesA tribute to Merle Haggard produced by Tom Russell and Dave Alvin
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode (Scanned): 012928805827
- Matrix / Runout: 128846-D2--4289-2 DISCTRONICS USA ✲✲HCD-8058✲✲
|ROC-3273||Various||Tulare Dust: A Songwriter's Tribute To Merle Haggard (2xCD, Album, Exp)||RockBeat Records||ROC-3273||US||2014|