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Terry Allen Juarez - A Concept Album

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Terry Allen: Juarez - A Concept Album

(2004/SUGAR HILL) 17 tracks Ein Konzeptalbum, welches das alte und das neue Amerika kritisch behandelt. Eine Mischung aus Liedern und Spoken Words. Sehr zu Empfehlen./ A concept album from a critical view about the old and the new America. A mixture of songs and spoken words. Highly recommended!
 

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Artikeleigenschaften von Terry Allen: Juarez - A Concept Album

  • Interpret: Terry Allen

  • Albumtitel: Juarez - A Concept Album

  • Format CD
  • Genre Country

  • Title Juarez - A Concept Album
  • Release date 2004
  • Label SUGAR HILL

  • SubGenre Country - General

  • EAN: 0015891107721

  • weight in Kg 0.100
 
 

Artist description "Allen, Terry"

TERRY ALLEN & THE PANHANDLE MYSTERY BAND

Singer/songwriter/pianist born in Lubbock, Texas in 1943.  His debut album, 'Juarez', was released on the Fate label in 1976.

 

Maybellene [as 'Whatever Happened To Jesus And Maybellene'] (4:36) 1980  

45: Fate 1001 ● USA, 1980 (picture sleeve)
LP: Smokin' The Dummy [Fate 2] ● USA, 1980
CD: Smokin' The Dummy / Bloodlines [Sugar Hill SHCD-1057] ● USA, 1994

Album recorded July-August 1980 at Caldwell Studios, Lubbock, Texas.  All songs are by Allen except this one – probably the most unusual version ever of this Berry classic.  It starts off with a self-composed ditty, 'Whatever happened to Jesus and where did that good ole boy go?' (plus a few more lines), followed by 'Whatever happened to Mary? Whatever happened to her sweet dreams? Did she leave them behind with her childhood or just trade 'em in on a tube of Maybelline? Ahhh, Maybellene why can't you be true...' and so on.  I like that.  Allen really did make his own unique version of the song without copying anyone else!

 
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