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Jack Clement: For Once & for All

(2014/IRS) 12 tracks (33:20)

When Cowboy Jack Clement died at age 82 last August, the colorful artist/songwriter/producer had just completed what would be his final album.

The first release on I.R.S. Records Nashville, For Once and for All features collaborations between Clement and a roster of his friends and fellow artists, including John Prine, Emmylou Harris, Bobby Bare, Vince Gill, Marty Stuart, Rodney Crowell, Dierks Bentley and the Black Keys' Dan Auerbach.

A member of the Country Music Hall of Fame — Clement died three months prior to his induction ceremony — the Tennessee native famously got his start alongside Sam Phillips at Sun Records in Memphis, recording such artists as Jerry Lee Lewis, Roy Orbison and Johnny Cash Cash. He went on to write songs for Cash and produced artists ranging from Waylon Jennings to U2.

(2014/IRS) 12 tracks.



Jack Clement - For Once & for All Medium 1
1: I've Got A Thing About Trains -  
2: The Spell Of The Freight Train -  
3: Jesus Don't Give Up On Me -  
4: The Air Conditioner Song -  
5: Got Leaving On Her Mind -  
6: Baby Is Gone -  
7: Just Between You And Me -  
8: Miller's Cave -  
9: Let The Chips Fall -  
10: Just A Girl I Used To Know -  
11: Fools Like Me -  
12: I Know One  


Artikeleigenschaften von Jack Clement: For Once & for All

  • Interpret: Jack Clement

  • Albumtitel: For Once & for All

  • Format CD
  • Genre Country

  • Title For Once & for All
  • Release date 2014
  • Label IRS

  • SubGenre Country - General

  • EAN: 0602537891603

  • weight in Kg 0.100

Artist description "Clement, Jack"

Jack Clement

Whole Lotta Lookin'

Jack Clement

Whole Lotta Lookin'

(Jack Clement-Billy Riley)

47-7602; master: K2WB 1410

recorded July 2, 1959 (14:00-17:00) RCA Victor Studio, 1610 Hawkins Street, Nashville, Tennessee; Producer: Chester B. Atkins; with Jack Clement: vocal/banjo/leader; Walter L. 'Hank: 'Sugarfoot' Garland: guitar; Velma E. Williams Smith: guitar; Bob L. Moore: bass; Murray M. 'Buddy' Harman jr: drums; Dorothy Ann Dillard, Mildred 'Millie' Kirkham, Louis Dean Nunley, William Guilford Wright, jr: vocal chorus

This song and its companion, Edge Of Town (see Volume 2), come from Jack Clement's lost years.

Between late 1956 and 1959, he had been a producer, engineer, arranger, songwriter, song publisher, and artist at Sun Records. Then, in March 1959, he was dismissed. He invested his royalties from Ballad Of A Teenage Queen, Guess Things Happen That Way, It'll Be Me, and other songs he'd written into his own label, Summer Records. The previous year (while still under contract to Sun), he'd gone to RCA's Nashville studio to record a single for Sun's Phillips International subsidiary. At that session, he'd recorded Edge Of Town and Whole Lotta Lookin', but neither were released. Free of Sun, he returned to RCA Nashville as an artist while remaining in Memphis as a label owner and music man-about-town. Whole Lotta Lookin', co-written with Sun stablemate Billy Riley, became his first RCA single.

The record had the light, folky Kingston Trio sound, reinforced by the then-omnipresent banjo and a very full chorus. Around this time, Clement began hanging out at Echo Studios in Memphis (some reports say he was a co-owner), and he attracted several like-minded buddies including Dickey Lee and Allen Reynolds. They made a private record for a friend in the armed services, dubbing each other 'Cowboy.' The nickname stuck on Clement, and from that point he was Cowboy Jack. His story is picked up on Volume 2 of this series.


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