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Kings Of Western Swing

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01
Take Me Back To Tulsa
Artist: Bob Wills And The Texas Playboys
2:10
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Panhandle Shuffle
Artist: Sons Of The West
2:24
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Fort Worth Stomp
Artist: Crystal Springs Ramblers
2:26
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Bugle Call Rag
Artist: The Light Crust Doughboys
2:03
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Hot As I Am
Artist: Saddle Tramps
2:20
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Brown Bottle Blues
Artist: Slim Harbert & His Boys
2:56
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San Antonio Rose
Artist: Bob Wills And The Texas Playboys
3:22
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Cheatin' On Your Baby
Artist: Red Foley
2:05
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Keep A Knockin' But You Can't Come In
Artist: Milton Brown and His Musical Brownies
2:33
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Milk Cow Blues
Artist: Johnnie Lee Wills
2:51
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Little Willie Green (From New Orleans)
Artist: The Swift Jewel Cowboys
2:34
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Tennessee Hound Dog
Artist: Tex Atchinson
2:43
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Blues Don't Mean A Thing
Artist: T. Texas Tyler
2:55
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I Can't Trust You Now
Artist: Johnny Tyler's Riders Of The Rio Grande
1:57
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Nails In My Coffin
Artist: Jerry Irby and His Texas Ranchers
2:38
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Talking Boogie
Artist: Tex Williams and His Western Caravan
2:47
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Oklahoma Stomp
Artist: Spade Cooley & the Western Swing Dance Gang
2:28
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I'm Talking About You
Artist: Hank Penny
2:34
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Album Information

Total Tracks: 18   Total Length: 45:46

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They Say All Music Guide

Fuel 2000 stretches its reissue program by releasing this 18-cut set of classic Western swing. In addition to the inventors and major players in the genre like Bob Wills (represented by “Take Me Back to Tulsa” and “San Antonio Rose” ), the Light Crust Doughboys, and Milton Brown & His Brownies, there are other, lesser-known but equally important talents here. Tex Atchison and his wonderful “Tennessee Hound Dog” is here, as is Johnny Tyler’s Riders of the Rio Grande with “I Can’t Trust You Now,” and Johnnie Lee Willis’ read of “Milk Cow Blues.” There are also fine performances by Hank Penny, Spade Cooley, the Saddle Tramps, and the Sons of the West. Certainly there are better comps of Western swing, but this one will serve as a fine introduction to anyone interested. It must also be noted that Bill Dahl’s liner essay is both informative and authoritative. – Thom Jurek

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