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Lefty Frizzell Life's Like Poetry (12-CD-Box & Book)

Life's Like Poetry (12-CD-Box & Book)
 
 
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catalog number: BCD15550

weight in Kg 2,500

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Lefty Frizzell: Life's Like Poetry (12-CD-Box & Book)

Republication of the legendary Lefty Frizzell CD box set.

We decided to revive this great box set due to public demand and as a new revised edition. This new set will include additional songs and many recently found photos and on top of it all you will get a new hardcover book. A celebration for eyes and ears!

The exact release date of this Lefty Frizzell box set is not set yet but you already can list yourself for an information e-mail we will send as soon as the release date is known.


A hallmark collection!

Which is why this breathtaking, 152-page book accompanied, all-encompassing 12 CD edition will be universally acclaimed as the Country release of the year.
New Musical Express - Fred Dellar

Lefty was the most influential country singer of the post-War era. He influenced Merle Haggard, and, through Merle, half the singers now on country radio. His own recordings are among the most perfectly-realized country records of the 1950s and 1960s, and we like to think we've been at least partly responsible for bringing his legacy to a new generation first with our LP box and now with this.

Here are the original versions of Lefty classics like 'I've Got The Money', 'I Love You A Thousand Ways', 'Always Late', 'Mom & Dad's Waltz', 'Long Black Veil', and all the later hits on Columbia and ABC. This is a complete career collection - everything Lefty cut from the early demos to the last recordings. It's a big set, and an expensive set, but it's no exaggeration to say that modern country music starts here.

A long overdue celebration of a giant's life and work!

Preface by Charles Wolfe

It was the fall of 1973, at one of those late- night Nashville hotel room jam sessions where they sit around with somebody's old Martin and a couple of bottles of Jack Daniels `Black Label' trading songs and stories. Johnny Rodriguez was there, hot from three number one hits in a row, as was Kenny Serratt, fresh from a new MGM contract. Merle Haggard was holding court, in from the coast plugging his new one called If We Can Make It Through December. The fourth man in the room was the oldest, and looked older; he was a big, easygoing man who spoke with a soft Texas drawl, and dressed in a fringed shirt with long wide collars and wore his graying hair long and swept back.

After the four had traded songs for a while, Merle Haggard sat back and pointed to the big man and said, 'Right there. That's where all the Haggards, Rodrigue-zes and Serratts come from!' The big man looked startled, then embarrassed, and folded his hands in front of him. A big ring sparkled on his left hand, a big ring with diamonds that formed the initials L.F. Everyone knew it stood for Lefty Frizzell.

From the very beginning, when he burst on the complacent music world of the 1950s with a spectacular string of hits that has never been equalled in country music since, Lefty had been a singer's singer. While millions were casually listening to the drawling Texas baritone on hit after hit on the local jukebox, the young singers across the land listened intently, trying to pick up every nuance and grace note of that style that was more intense, and more personal, than any that the music had seen. This was the generation that was to define modem country singing, and in the young man from the Texas oilfields, they had found their model.

As early as January 1954, when a young ex-marine named George Jones made hits first audition records in Beaumont, the Frizzell mystique was in place. As Pappy Daily listened to young Jones, he recalled: 'George at that time sounded exactly like Lefty Frizzell. I said. 'People don' t want somebody that sounds like somebody else.— Yet it was hard to sing a modem country love song with any feeling, and not copy Lefty's style - or some of it. As Dottie West remarked years later. 'Most all country ar-tists were touched by his style. Mickey Newbury recently said: 'Wasn't Lefty always right?' I agree.'

Most open in his admiration for Lefty has been Merle Haggard, and his story of first seeing Lefty conveys some of the intensity with which the younger generation of singers viewed Lefty, and conveys a sense of the impact Lefty had on the music of the time: 'I first saw Lefty Frizzell in 1951 at the Rain-bow Gardens in Bakersfield. I believe he was the hottest country artist in the nation. No one, not even Hank Williams, was as hot as Lefty was then. He was just dynamic on stage, and he real-ly inspired me to try and sing a song. A year or so later, he came back to Bakersfield and I was introduced to him. I sang a couple of songs for him, and he got me up on stage - that was one of the greatest thrills of my life, to be on stage with him.

'From then on when I' d get on stage, and I'd wonder how I should do a song, and maybe I'd be in doubt, I' d just mentally try to remember how Lefty would do it, and that pulled me out of a lot of holes. We became close friends. Years later someone said to me 'Merle, that guy sounds a lot like you.' I can remember when having someone say that about Lefty was a dream beyond ever coming true.

'Lefty Frizzell was ninety percent of the reason that I'm in the business. He was my inspiration, and I feel that he was the most unique thing that ever happened to country music. When I was fif-teen years old, I thought he hung the moon. You know ... I'm still not sure he didn' t.'

Like the prime movers in any art form, Lefty attracted his share of legends. Some were foisted on him by eager press agents in the 1950s as part of an early and effective image-building campaign: others came from his mammoth capacity for hard drinking and hard living: others came from his sudden spectacular success and early fame: and many came from his own shyness and difficulty in explaining himself. 'He hated inter-views,' his wife Alice recalled, 'and if he had to do one, he would have to get loosened up with drinks before he did one.' The late journalist Bob Claypool, who followed Lefty's career for years. 'He was one of those wild men of country music, the central figure in hundreds of riproaring tales - some true, some make-believe ... (Did Lefty really do THAT?).'

In a few serious attempts to write about Lefty's career, these legends have crept in over and over, jostling the true facts and salient details. They appear in everything from liner notes to record company publicity to official Hall of Fame biographies. Some of them are useful, even if they are not accurate, for they give us something of the way Lefty was perceived by his friends and fans. Others are simply misleading. This ac-count is an attempt to start from scratch, and to reconstruct the career of one of the seminal figures of American music.

 

Songs

Lefty Frizzell - Life's Like Poetry (12-CD-Box & Book) Medium 1
1: I Love You A Thousand Ways
2: If You've Got The Money, I've Got The Time
3: Shine, Shave, Shower (It's Saturday)
4: Cold Feet
5: Don't Think It Ain't Been Fun Dear
6: When Payday Comes Around
7: My Baby's Just Like Money
8: Look What Thoughts Will Do
9: My Baby's Just Like Money
10: You Want Everything But Me
11: I Want To Be With You Always
12: Give Me More, More, More (Of Your Kisses)
13: How Long Will It Take (To Stop Loving You)
14: Always Late (With Your Kisses)
15: Mom And Dad's Waltz
16: You Can Go On Your Way Now
17: Treasure Untold
18: Blue Yodel #6
19: Travellin' Blues
20: My Old Pal
21: Blue Yodel, #2
22: Lullaby Yodel
23: Brakeman's Blues
24: My Rough And Rowdy Ways
25: I Love You (Though You're No Good)
26: It's Just You (I Could Love Always)
27: You're Here So Everything's Alright
28: I've Got Reasons To Hate You
Lefty Frizzell - Life's Like Poetry (12-CD-Box & Book) Medium 2
1: I Love You (Though You're No Good)
2: Don't Stay Away (Till Love Grows Cold)
3: It's Just You (I Could Love Always)
4: You're Here So Everything's Alright
5: If You Can Spare The Time  
6: A King Without A Queen  
7: Forever (And Always)  
8: I Know You're Lonesome (While Waiting For Me)  
9: Lost Love Blues  
10: That's Me Without You  
11: Send Her Here To Be Mine  
12: Lost Love Blues  
13: That's Me Without You  
14: I Won't Be Good For Nothin'  
15: If I Lose You (I'll Lose My World)  
16: I'm An Old Old Man  
17: You're Just Mine (Only In My Dreams)  
18: I'll Try  
19: Bring Your Sweet Self Back To Me  
20: Time Changes Things  
21: All Of Me Loves All Of You  
22: California Blues (Blue Yodel, #4)  
23: Never No' Mo' Blues  
24: We Crucified Our Jesus  
25: When It Comes To Measuring Love  
26: Sleep Baby Sleep  
27: (I'm) Lonely And Blue  
Lefty Frizzell - Life's Like Poetry (12-CD-Box & Book) Medium 3
1: Before You Go, Make Sure You Know  
2: Two Friends Of Mine In Love  
3: Hopeless Love  
4: Then I'll Come Back To You  
5: The Tragic Letter (& WAYNE RANEY)  
6: Two Hearts Broken Now (& WAYNE RANEY)  
7: You Can Always Count On Me (& WAYNE RANEY)  
8: I've Been Away Way Too Long (& WAYNE RANEY)  
9: Run 'Em Off  
10: The Darkest Moment (Is Just Before The...)  
11: You're Too Late  
12: My Little Her And Him  
13: I Love You Mostly  
14: You're There, I'm Here  
15: Let It Be So  
16: Mama!  
17: Making Believe  
18: Moonlight, Darling And You  
19: I'll Sit Alone And Cry  
20: A Forest Fire (Is In Your Heart)  
21: Sweet Lies  
22: Your Tomorrows Will Never Come  
23: It Gets Late So Early  
24: I'm Lost Between Right And Wrong  
25: Promises (Promises, Promises)  
26: My Love And Baby's Gone  
27: Today Is That Tomorrow (I Dreamed Of...)  
28: First To Have A Second Chance  
Lefty Frizzell - Life's Like Poetry (12-CD-Box & Book) Medium 4
1: These Hands  
2: You Can't Divorce My Heart  
3: Treat Her Right  
4: Heart's Highway  
5: I'm A Boy Left Alone  
6: Just Can't Live That Fast (Anymore)  
7: The Waltz Of The Angels  
8: Lullaby Waltz  
9: Glad I Found You  
10: Now That You Are Gone  
11: From An Angel To A Devil  
12: Lover By Appointment (& JOHNNY BOND)  
13: Sick, Sober And Sorry (& JOHNNY BOND)  
14: No One To Talk To (& SHIRLEY CADDELL)  
15: Is It Only That You're Lonely  
16: Mailman Bring Me No More Blues  
17: You've Still Got It  
18: Tell Me Dear  
19: To Stop Loving You (Means Cry)  
20: The Torch Within My Heart  
21: Time Out For The Blues  
22: I Love You A Thousand Ways  
23: If You've Got The Money I've Got The Time  
24: I Want To Be With You Always  
25: Mom And Dad's Waltz  
26: Darling Let's Turn Back The Years  
27: You Win Again  
28: Why Should I Be Lonely  
29: Signed, Sealed And Delivered  
30: Nobody Knows But Me  
Lefty Frizzell - Life's Like Poetry (12-CD-Box & Book) Medium 5
1: If You're Ever Lonely Darling  
2: Silence  
3: Release Me  
4: Our Love's No Bluff  
5: You're Humbuggin' Me  
6: She's Gone  
7: Cigarettes And Coffee Blues  
8: I Need Your Love  
9: My Bucket's Got A Hole In It  
10: I Love You A Thousand Ways  
11: If You've Got The Money, I've Got The Time  
12: Mom And Dad's Waltz  
13: I Want To Be With You Always  
14: Always Late (With Your Kisses)  
15: If You're Ever Lonely Darling  
16: Sin Will Be The Chaser For The Wine  
17: Knock Again, True Love  
18: The Long Black Veil  
19: One Has Been To Another  
20: Farther Than My Eyes Can See  
21: My Blues Will Pass  
22: Ballad Of The Blue And Grey  
23: That's All I Can Remember  
24: So What! Let It Rain  
25: What You Gonna Do, Leroy  
26: I Feel Sorry For Me  
27: Heaven's Plan  
28: Looking For You  
Lefty Frizzell - Life's Like Poetry (12-CD-Box & Book) Medium 6
1: Stranger  
2: A Few Steps Away  
3: Forbidden Lovers  
4: Just Passing Through  
5: That Reminds Me Of Me  
6: Don't Let Her See Me Cry  
7: Through The Eyes Of A Fool  
8: James River  
9: Preview Of Coming Attractions  
10: Lonely Heart  
11: What Good Did You Get  
12: When It Rains The Blues  
13: I'm Not The Man I'm Supposed To Be  
14: Saginaw Michigan  
15: There's No Food In This House  
16: The Rider  
17: The Nester  
18: I Was Coming Home To You  
19: Hello To Him (Goodbye To Me)  
20: I Can Tell  
21: Make That One For The Road A Cup Of Coffee  
22: 'Gator Hollow  
23: It Costs Too Much To Die  
24: She's Gone, Gone, Gone  
25: Running Into Memories Of You  
26: Confused  
27: How Far Down Can I Go  
Lefty Frizzell - Life's Like Poetry (12-CD-Box & Book) Medium 7
1: It's Bad (When It's Thataway)  
2: I Don't Trust You Anymore  
3: A Little Unfair  
4: Woman Let Me Sing You A Song  
5: Preparations To Be Blue  
6: Stranger  
7: Love Looks Good On You  
8: Mama  
9: It's Hard To Please You  
10: You Don't Want Me To Get Well  
11: Writing On The Wall  
12: I Just Couldn`t See The Forest  
13: I'm Not Guilty  
14: It Couldn't Happen To A Nicer Guy  
15: Everything Keeps Coming Back (But You)  
16: Heart (Don't Love Her Anymore)  
17: You Don't Have To Be Present To Win  
18: My Feet Are Getting Cold  
19: Is There Anything I Can Do  
20: The Old Gang's Gone  
21: A Song From A Lonely Heart  
22: You Gotta Me Puttin' Me On  
23: There In The Mirror  
24: Get This Stranger Out Of Me  
25: Money Tree  
26: Hobo's Pride  
Lefty Frizzell - Life's Like Poetry (12-CD-Box & Book) Medium 8
1: When The Rooster Leaves The Yard  
2: Anything You Can Spare  
3: Only Way To Fly (original vocal)  
4: Only Way To Fly (laughing version)  
5: A Prayer On Your Lips Is Like Freedom In...  
6: Little Old Winedrinker Me  
7: A Word Or Two To Mary  
8: Almost Persuaded  
9: Have You Ever Been Untrue (& JUNE STEARNS)  
10: If You've Got The Money... (& JUNE STEARNS)  
11: When The Grass Grows Green Again  
12: The Marriage Bit  
13: I'll Remember You  
14: Wasted Way Of Live  
15: Keep Them Flowers Watered While I'm Gone  
16: An Article From Life (without chorus)  
17: Blind Street Singer  
18: Honky Tonk Hill (without overdub)  
19: My Baby Is A Tramp  
20: She Brought Love Sweet Love  
21: Watermelon Time In Georgia  
22: I Must Be Getting Over You  
23: Out Of You  
24: It's Raining All Over The World  
25: There's Something Lonely In This House  
26: Three Cheers For The Good Guys  
27: An Article From Life  
28: Honky Tonk Hill  
Lefty Frizzell - Life's Like Poetry (12-CD-Box & Book) Medium 9
1: Honky Tonk Stardust Cowboy  
2: What Am I Gonna Do  
3: Give Me More, More, More (Of Your Kisses)  
4: You Babe  
5: This Just Ain't A Good Day For Leavin'  
6: Down By The Railroad Track  
7: Let Me Give Her The Flowers  
8: If I Had Half The Sense  
9: Somebody's Words  
10: Lucky Arms  
11: True Love Needs To Be In Touch  
12: My House Is Your Honky Tonk  
13: I Buy The Wine  
14: If She Just Helps Me To Get Over You  
15: Falling  
16: Railroad Lady  
17: I Can't Get Over You To Save My Life  
18: I Never Go Around Mirrors  
19: That's The Way Love Goes  
20: She Found The Key  
21: I Wonder Who's Building The Bridge  
22: My Wishing Room  
23: I'm Gonna Hang Out My Mind Today  
24: Sittin' And Thinkin'  
25: I Love You A Thousand Ways  
26: I'm Not That Good At Goodbye  
27: Yesterday Just Passed My Way Again  
28: Life's Like Poetry  
Lefty Frizzell - Life's Like Poetry (12-CD-Box & Book) Medium 10
1: Darling I'm Missing You  
2: I'll Never Cry Over You  
3: My Confession  
4: I Hope You're Not Lonely When I'm Gone  
5: My Baby And My Wife  
6: It's All Over Now  
7: Worried Mind  
8: Maiden's Prayer  
9: I'm Wasting My Life Away  
10: You Nearly Lose Your Mind  
11: If You've Got The Money  
12: Lost Love Blues  
13: Just Can't Live That Fast Anymore (1)  
14: Just Can't Live That Fast Anymore (2)  
15: Honey Baby  
16: Please Be Mine, Dear Blue Eyes  
17: I'm Yours If You Want Me  
18: I'll Be A Bachelor  
19: Yesterday Mail  
Lefty Frizzell - Life's Like Poetry (12-CD-Box & Book) Medium 11
1: If You've Got The Money  
2: Look What Thoughts Will Do  
3: Shine, Shave And Shower  
4: I Want To Be With You Always  
5: My Baby's Just Like Money  
6: If You've Got The Money  
7: If You've Got The Money  
8: Why Should I Be Lonely  
9: Ida Red Boogie  
10: I Love You A Thousand Ways  
11: Always Late  
12: If You've Got The Money  
13: Cigarettes And Coffee Blues  
14: The Long Black Veil  
15: Freddie Hart: Chain Gang/Desert Blues  
16: Theme & If You've Got The Money  
17: I Want To Be With You Always  
18: My Bucket's Got A Hole In It  
19: Always Late  
20: Make The One For The Road A Cup Of Coffee  
21: Mom And Dad's Waltz  
22: Cigarettes And Coffee Blues  
23: Darling Let's Turn Back The Years  
24: Things  
25: Woodchopper's Ball (instrumental)  
26: I Want To Be With You Always  
27: Stay All Night (extract)  
28: Somebody's Pushing  
29: The Long Black Veil  
30: David Frizzell: Mona Lisa  
31: I Want To Be With You Always Stay All Night  
32: If You've Got The Money  
33: Sunday Down In Tennessee  
34: A King Without A Queen (& interview)  
35: Mom And Dad's Waltz  
36: Travellin' Blues  
37: If You've Got The Money  
Lefty Frizzell - Life's Like Poetry (12-CD-Box & Book) Medium 12
1: I'll Make It Up To You  
2: It's Hard To Please You  
3: Too Much Love  
4: My Abandoned Heart  
5: Wait Till I'm Asleep  
6: Not This Time (Lefty & Abe)  
7: Not This Time (Lefty)  
8: Why Didn't You Tell Me Our Love Was Wrong  
9: Forever And Always  
10: Why Didn't You Tell Me Our Love Was Wrong  
11: Please Don't Stay Away So Long (1)  
12: Please Don't Stay Away So Long (2)  
13: You Have Never Been Known To Be Wrong  
14: The Reason Why My Heart's In Misery  
15: Blue Yodel, #6  
16: Just Little Things Like That  
17: I Love You So  
18: A Fool's Advice  
19: When Me And My Baby Go Steppin' Out (1)  
20: When Me And My Baby Go Steppin' Out (2)  
21: Lullaby Yodel  
22: Brakeman's Blues  

 

Artikeleigenschaften von Lefty Frizzell: Life's Like Poetry (12-CD-Box & Book)

  • Interpret: Lefty Frizzell

  • Albumtitel: Life's Like Poetry (12-CD-Box & Book)

  • Format Box set
  • Genre Country

  • Music Genre Country Music
  • Music Style Classic Country Artists
  • Music Sub-Genre 002 Classic Country Artists
  • Edition 2 Deluxe Edition
  • Title Life's Like Poetry 12-CD-Box & Book
  • Release date 1992
  • Label BEAR FAMILY RECORDS

  • Price code LI
  • SubGenre Country - Country General

  • EAN: 4000127155504

  • weight in Kg 2.500
 
 

Artist description "Frizzell, Lefty"

Lefty Frizzell

Steppin' Out

Lefty Frizzell was the greatest honky-tonk singer of all time—if you ask the most educated and highly opinionated fans of country music, that is. Blessed with a voice that came naturally to him—a voice that held so much soul and carried such infinite layers of emotional expression, that grown men were oft-moved to tears—Lefty was also cursed with bad habits and a downward career path that left him dead in 1975 at the tragically young age of 47.

This compilation, part of the 'Gonna Shake This Shack Tonight' series, seeks to compile all the up-tempo numbers—hillbilly boogie, rockabilly, borderline rock 'n' roll and hard late 1950s country—for a package that will undoubtedly appeal to crowd of rockabilly fans and those seeking to have a lone Lefty Frizzell disc in their collection.

Let it be known, however, that a disc that contains only the uptempo Lefty Frizzell numbers is much like a painting that uses only two of the primary colors. Lefty's incredible depth of emotion lent itself best to plaintive ballads and waltzes, and although the uptempo numbers are also great. But if you really want to experience the full breadth of Lefty's talent this author urges you to seek out the most essential of Bear Family box sets, 'Life's Like Poetry.' (BCD 15550).

William Orville 'Lefty' Frizzell was born March 31, 1928 in the oil and farm town of Corsicana, Texas, about 50 miles southeast of Dallas. As a young child, his family moved to El Dorado, Arkansas, where they remained until Lefty was a teenager. Although the family would always call him 'Sonny,' since he was the first boy in the family, the nickname 'Lefty' was acquired during a school fight with another boy. The nickname—which came because Lefty led with his left hand in the fight—stuck with him throughout his life, even though Lefty played his guitar right-handed.

As a child, Lefty loved music and began playing guitar at a young age, even securing a spot on a children's radio show on the local station KELD at the age of 12. When the Frizzell family moved back to Texas, Lefty won a talent contest in Dallas, which bolstered the youngster’s ambition to continue in music, which he did, alternating between working in the Texas oilfields and performing at honky-tonks on the weekends.

In 1945, Lefty wed Alice Harper, when both of them were 16 years old and too young to get married without parental permission. Soon afterward their first child, Lois, was born, and in 1946 Lefty and his new family moved to New Mexico in search of a better life, first to Capitan and then to Roswell, a then-booming Army town close to the west Texas border. Lefty pursued singing and writing songs in Roswell, while Alice worked at a downtown café. A local musician had a Wilcox-Gay disc recorder, and Lefty begged to get some of his songs recorded on the primitive device, such was his desire to become a professional singer.

Times were tough and the family nearly starved to death, circumstances made worse by Lefty's tendency to get in trouble with the law. Eight days after the legendary Roswell 'U.F.O.' crash happened in July 1947, Lefty was arrested and served six months in the Roswell jail for what he called "fightin' and carryin' on"  in a later interview. In reality, the charges were statutory rape, a married 19-year old man caught with a 14-year old girl. The time Lefty spent in jail just about killed him, wondering if Alice would take their new baby Lois and leave. Whether 'U.F.O.' crashes or captured alien beings played into the equation, Lefty wrote the first of many future hit songs in the Roswell jail in September 1947, I Love You A Thousand Ways. The song was a plaintive apology to his wife Alice for his misdeeds.

Upon release in early 1948, Lefty and family moved back to Texas, where eventually he would set up a residency at the Ace of Clubs in Big Spring, a club gig that would last more than a year. Lefty's original songs were popular with the local crowds, and on many occasions people recommended that Lefty should try making records.

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