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Honky Tonkin' Rhythm

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Disc 1 of 2
01
Plantation Boogie
Artist: Red Foley
2:19  
02
False-Hearted Girl
Artist: Tennessee Ernie
2:17
 
03
We Love To Live
Artist: Wayne Raney
2:18  
04
I Let The Freight Train Carry Me On
Artist: The Delmore Brothers
2:35  
05
Rattlesnakin' Daddy
Artist: Hawkshaw Hawkins
2:42  
06
Just Can't Live That Fast Anymore
Artist: Lefty Frizzell
2:04  
07
Where D'ja Go?
Artist: Marty Robbins
2:01
 
08
Hey Worm!
Artist: Little Jimmy Dickens
1:59  
09
Any Old Time
Artist: Webb Pierce
2:07  
10
Gonna Come Get You
Artist: George Jones
2:29  
11
I Don't Mind
Artist: Pee Wee King
2:24  
12
Honey Chile
Artist: Jerry Reed
2:19  
13
Leave That Liar Alone
Artist: The Carlisles
2:10  
14
Smoke Comes Out My Chimney Just The Same
Artist: Skeets McDonald
2:28  
15
Ida Red Likes The Boogie
Artist: Bob Wills
2:42  
16
Hey You There!
Artist: Rusty
2:20
 
17
Guitar Shuffle
Artist: Hank Garland
3:13  
18
Deep South
Artist: Merle Travis
2:07  
19
Hangin' Around
Artist: Bobby Helms
2:30  
20
Town Hall Shuffle (Instrumental)
Artist: Joe Maphis
2:44  
21
Gotta Get You Near Me Blues
Artist: Buddy & Bob
1:53  
22
Guilty Conscience
Artist: Cochran Brothers
2:15  
23
I Want Some Lovin', Baby
Artist: Jimmy
1:54
 
24
It's Music She Says
Artist: Lucky Wray
2:25  
25
I Gotta Know
Artist: Wanda Jackson
2:29  
26
Alligator Come Across
Artist: Arlie Duff
2:22  
27
Rockin' And Rollin' With Grandmaw (On Saturday Night)
Artist: Carson Robison
2:41  
Disc 2 of 2
01
Honky Tonkin' Rhythm
Artist: Bobby Sisco
2:31  
02
New Step It Up And Go
Artist: The Maddox Brothers
2:26
 
03
Mean, Mean, Mean
Artist: Bud Hobbs
2:30  
04
I Wanna Hold My Baby
Artist: Onie Wheeler
2:31  
05
Hot Shot Baby
Artist: Bob Luce
2:08  
06
Baby's Gone
Artist: Vernon Claud
1:56  
07
Ole Jack Hammer Blues
Artist: Jimmie Lawson
2:15  
08
I'm Settin' You Free
Artist: Harold Allen
2:36
 
09
I'm Not Free
Artist: Country Playboys
1:45  
10
Gonna Paint The Town Red
Artist: Tommy Scott
2:31  
11
Everybody's Rockin' But Me
Artist: Jack Turner
2:24  
12
Tired Of Rockin'
Artist: Bob Burton
2:25  
13
I Wonder If I Can Lose The Blues This Way
Artist: Ramblin' Jimmie Dolan
2:14  
14
Hey! Mister Cotton-Picker
Artist: Moon Mullican
2:14  
15
Boogie My Blues Away
Artist: Merrill Moore
2:10  
16
Little Boy Blue
Artist: Sonny Defreest
2:03  
17
Fiddle Bop
Artist: Rhythm Rockers
2:26  
18
Honky Tonky Baby
Artist: Billy Briggs
2:24  
19
She's A Hum-Dum Dinger
Artist: Hank Stanford
2:22  
20
There's Good Rockin' Tonight
Artist: Billy Jack Wills
2:42  
21
The Beetle-Bug Bop
Artist: Collins Kids
2:21  
22
Ambridge Boogie
Artist: Dale Brooks
2:30  
23
It Took An Older Woman
Artist: Jimmie Dawson
2:15  
24
Popcorn Boogie
Artist: Hank The Cowhand
2:32  
25
My Square Dancin' Mama (She's Done Learned To Rock And Roll)
Artist: Bob Gallion
2:13  
26
Dixieland Rock
Artist: Cecil Campbell
2:25  
27
Country Boy Rock 'N' Roll.
Artist: Don Reno
2:29
 
Album Information

Total Tracks: 54   Total Length: 127:05

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One of the most valuable digital-era compilations of ’50s honky tonk and country boogie, Honky Tonkin’ Rhythm: 1950s Country Boppers assembles over 50 valuable tracks by a parade of artists (from the famed to the obscure) and labels (major or very minor). Certainly not for the faint of heart (or those new to honky tonkin’), it includes very few hits and, nearly everywhere, it seeks to resurrect some of the most obscure sides or forgotten artists. The sound quality isn’t stellar, but it’s easy to forgive a small issue when so much of this music is impossible to find elsewhere and sounds so good. Another feature rarely found on country compilations is the range of artists, including a good share of the most popular honky tonkers (Lefty Frizzell, George Jones, Bob Wills, Webb Pierce, Wanda Jackson, Merle Travis, Little Jimmy Dickens) with less-known performances to rank alongside some of the most obscure ever recorded and released. (It’s probably a function of the 50-year copyright limit in Great Britain that a label like GVC [Great Voices of the Century] is able to combine the output of so many classic honky tonk labels, including Decca, Capitol, Columbia, RCA, MGM, King, Hickory, Starday, and many others.) – John Bush

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