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1-CD Digipak (4-plated) with 36-page booklet, 24 tracks. Playing time 57:48 mns. A forgotten... more

Bobby Lord: Everybody's Rockin' But Me - Gonna Shake This Shack Tonight (CD)

1-CD Digipak (4-plated) with 36-page booklet, 24 tracks. Playing time 57:48 mns.

A forgotten star finally gets his due! Bobby Lord didn't score many hits, but he was a TV star on the Ozark Jubilee and on Nashville's Opry station, WSM. His No More! No More! No More! is an early psychobilly classic! Includes rare photos and unissued recordings!

The first ever CD of Bobby Lord's vintage recordings is way overdue! Now Bear Family has carefully selected his finest proto-rockabilly, upbeat country and pop recordings for Columbia from 1954-1960.
The collection also features three previously unissued numbers from 1956 and '60, plus the complete January, 1956 session (two days after Elvis recorded Heartbreak Hotel) that produced Beautiful Baby and Bobby Lord's blazing cover of Johnny Cash's hit So Doggone Lonesome. Elvis's bassist and drummer stayed around to work the session. Also featured is the original recording of Boudleaux Bryant's Hawk-Eye, later a chart single for Frankie Laine! The star sidemen include Chet Atkins, Hank Garland, Harold Bradley, Grady Martin, and two of Hank Williams' Drifting Cowboys.

By the 1970s, Bobby Lord had scaled back his musical career to become a successful Florida developer and businessman. He also hosted the Nashville Network's 'Country Sportsman' (later renamed 'Celebrity Outdoors') from 1983-1989. Bobby Lord's death in 2008 at age 74 closed a career that spanned music, TV and business.

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  • Interpret: Bobby Lord

  • Album titlle: Everybody's Rockin' But Me - Gonna Shake This Shack Tonight (CD)

  • Genre Country

  • Label Bear Family Records

  • Preiscode AH
  • Year of publication 2011
  • Edition 2 Deluxe Edition
  • Artikelart CD

  • EAN: 4000127165244

  • weight in Kg 0.115
Lord, Bobby - Everybody's Rockin' But Me - Gonna Shake This Shack Tonight (CD) CD 1
01 So Doggone Lonesome
02 No More, No More, No More
03 Hawk-Eye
04 I Can't Do Without You Anymore
05 Beautiful Baby
06 Run, Honey Run
07 You Robber You
08 Everybody's Rockin' But Me
09 Pie Peachie Pie Pie
10 The Fire Of Love (1)
11 Ain't Cha Ever Gonna?
12 Sittin' Home Prayin' For Rain
13 What A Thrill
14 Swamp Fox
15 Too Many Miles (Down The Road)
16 I'd Rather Be Blue
17 Why Should I Cry
18 High Voltage
19 Just Wonderful
20 Am I A Fool
21 I Know It Was You
22 Party Pooper
23 Sack
24 The Fire Of Love (2)
Bobby Lord Everybody's Rockin' But Me Bobby Lord's career followed unconventional paths... more
"Bobby Lord"

Bobby Lord

Everybody's Rockin' But Me

Bobby Lord's career followed unconventional paths with only modest chart achievements, just one single ever reaching the Country Top Ten. His voice evolved over the years, from a tenor so fiery and unbridled it occasionally threatened to careen out of control to a smoother, more controlled delivery. It would be television that made him one of country's most visible country singers the early 50s through the 1960s. At times he followed musical paths putting him at the cutting edge of early rockabilly before embracing a more conventional country sound.

Sanford, Florida, not far from Orlando, was Robert Lee Lord's birthplace. Born there on January 6, 1934, and raised in Tampa, his musical talents were developing by his teenage years. While attending H. B. Plant High School, he sang pop and country locally. Winning a prize for his vocals at the 1951 Florida State Fair led to a trip to Philadelphia to appear on over-the-hill bandleader Paul Whiteman's 'Teen Club' youth talent TV program (Dick Clark was the show's announcer), broadcast over the fledgling ABC TV network.

His regional prominence got a bump from the May, 1953 opening of WSUN TV, Channel 38, in St. Petersburg and the debut of 'Home Folks,' a Friday night WSUN program. Its hosts were Tampa country performers Charlie Arnett and his wife. As 'Old Brother Charlie' and 'Daisy Mae,' the couple were formerly associated with Kentucky's Renfro Valley Barn Dance and had recorded for Mercury. Arnett's preference for local talent drew him to Lord, then a 19 year old University of Tampa freshman hosting a local radio show. A 1953 'St. Petersburg Times' story on 'Home Folks' depicted Lord as a 'bobbysoxer's delight.' As Arnett's health failed, Lord became the show's star both in the studio and onstage. He and the cast, billed as 'Bobby Lord and the Home Folks,' performed before audiences at venues like the Palmetto Trailer Park Auditorium near Sarasota. For pop shows, he fronted 'Bobby Lord and his Orchestra,'

Nashville songwriter Boudleaux Bryant gave a tape of Lord's singing to country producer Don Law at Columbia, who signed him in October 1954. Two numbers recorded at Lord's first session that October reflected different aspects of his talent, one country, the other revealing a clear awareness of the rockabilly rumblings around the South. Backed by a studio band built around Chet Atkins, pianist Papa John Gordy and ex-Drifting Cowboys Don Helms and Jerry Rivers, Lord uncorked hell-for-leather vocals. Occasionally he stretched the boundaries of vocal pitch, as he did on the uptempo Boudleaux-Felice Bryant number Ain't Cha Ever Gonna? Arranged Hank Williams-style, it included tasty filigrees from Atkins. Between its aggressive, driving rhythm and crazed falsetto asides, No More, No More, No More, a song credited to Lord and veteran Florida bluegrasser Andy Boyett, revealed Lord in a nexus between country boogie and rockabilly, even anticipating the concept of psychobilly. The story behind No More, No More, No More is almost Biblically complex, and a deep debt of gratitude is owed to the late Bob Pinson for piecing it together. Andy Boyett worked on Florida stations in the 1930s and 1940s, and sang a song called Colored Boy Blues (Pinson found an acetate of it in Florida dated August 1940). When Boyett, who later worked with Bill Monroe and others, recorded it for Mercury in 1947, the title had become Go Way From My Door and he had become Monroe 'Moe' Jackson. The record fooled a number of blues collectors into thinking it was by a black artist, and it appeared on an early blues anthology LP and in the first edition of 'Blues Records.'Bobby Lord knew the song as Colored Boy Blues, and when he recorded it he co-credited Boyett and called it No More, No More, No More. A review of No More, in the January 1, 1955 'Billboard' characterized Lord's voice as "flexible enough to sing bass or tenor with a solid beat as well."

Session number two, on January, 22 1955, had a similar focus to the previous one. Again, the studio band had Helms, Atkins and Rivers at the core. Carl Smith's drummer Buddy Harman, just breaking into his distinguished career as a session musician, was there to boost the beat. Bryant country tunes dominated, including the trite novelty Pie Peachie Pie Pie and the stronger, more acerbic Sittin' Home Prayin' For Rain. 'Home Folks' went off the air that year. Lord had previously guested on Springfield, Missouri's 'Ozark Jubilee,' a radio show and a weekly ABC TV program hosted by ex-Opry star Red Foley, and got an invitation to join the 'Jubilee' cast. Foley had been impressed by Lord's earlier guest shot.  At the 'Jubilee,' Lord began lifelong friendships there with fellow performers like Porter Wagoner, while filling a role on the program similar to 11 year old Brenda Lee's: attracting younger viewers to a program heavy on traditional country.

Lord's third session was his first at Owen Bradley's new Nashville studio, and the focus was on unvarnished honky tonk. Atkins and singer Eddie Hill handled guitars, with Shot Jackson playing amplified steel, Tommy Vaden fiddling and Marvin Hughes on piano. Lord took on I Can't Do Without Your Love Anymore, written by Douglas Glenn Tubb, nephew of Ernest Tubb (who recorded under that name and later as Glenn Douglas). But Columbia had high hopes for Hawk-Eye, an aggressive Boudleaux Bryant country novelty the label gave to both Lord, who delivered a lusty, rollicking country performance, and pop belter Frankie Laine, backed by an orchestra on his energetic take. Such early stabs at crossover success weren't exactly new, but in 1955, Columbia and several other labels, Mercury, Coral, Decca and King among them, made calculated attempts to have their pop acts score hits with country material. 'Billboard' reporter Paul Ackerman explained the concept in detail, citing Hawk-Eye as one example.

Certain the song would succeed in both country and pop markets, a full-page Columbia ad in 'Billboard's' August 27, 1955 issue hyped both singles, calling Lord's 'the original' and with characteristic hyperbole, noting it was 'soaring on the country best-seller charts' (it wasn't). Both performances were excellent, yet the end result couldn't have satisfied Columbia. Laine's single peaked no higher than the 70s of the pop charts; Lord's never charted at all. Nonetheless, in 1955 he placed #5 'Billboard's' list of 'Most Promising Country and Western Artists.'

Rockabilly was about to explode when Lord returned to Nashville for a January 12, 1956 session. Two days earlier, Elvis, in town for his first RCA session, cut loose on Heartbreak Hotel and four other tunes. Backing Lord at Bradley's studio were Owen Bradley's brother Harold on rhythm guitar, Grady Martin twanging away on lead guitar and Elvis's own rhythm section: bassist Bill Black and drummer D.J. Fontana. The day before, Black and Martin accompanied Johnny Horton on Honky Tonk Man and I'm A One-Woman Man. The instrumental feel of Horton's session carried over to Lord's. His sharp, explosive treatment of So Doggone Lonesome, the Johnny Cash/Tennessee Two single of the moment, contrasted with Cash's darker, restrained vocal. Martin added a more polished spin on Tennessee Two guitarist Luther Perkins's primitive boom-chicka guitar. Black's distinctive bass-slaps were prominent on the Boudleaux-Felice Bryant rocker Beautiful Baby, with Martin's sharp, stinging leads serving as a foil. Dick Goodman's ballad The Fire Of Love took things in a bluesier, more intense direction. The single got no notice, but Lord would revisit this particular number.

Lord toured that summer with members of the 'Jubilee' cast (Foley on some, but not all dates), but in June he came into Nashville for four more numbers, including his sole country Top Ten, Wanda Jackson's Without Your Love (not on this collection) and the B-side, Everybody's Rockin' But Me, a cover of Jack Turner’s Hickory single, recorded a few weeks earlier on April 12. That November, Law (and Grady Martin, who did most of Law's actual Columbia production work) produced four more Lord tunes, including the rocker You Robber You. Teen ballads dominated an April, 1957 session, with Martin and Hank Garland playing guitars, augmented by a vocal group. One ballad, Am I A Fool, was co-written by Lord and wife Mozelle, whom he'd married in 1954. Wayne Walker's I Knew It Was You and Boudleaux's Just Wonderful were in a similar ballad vein. High Voltage, a generic rocker by Dave Burgess, guitarist for the Champs of Tequila fame, was tamer than Lord's previous rock fare. Columbia promoted it to the pop market without success.

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