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Red Simpson: Hello, I'm Red Simpson (5-CD Deluxe Box Set)

5-CD boxed set (LP-size) with 108-page hardcover book, 165 tracks. Playing time: 415:49 minutes.

Hot licks, big hits, and truckers' favourites! The very best recordings from a giant of the Bakersfield scene ... a scene that gave us Merle Haggard and Buck Owens, and inspired Dwight Yoakam and many others. Bob Dylan called Red Simpson 'the forgotten man of Bakersfield.' Merle and Buck recorded over 40 of Red Simpson's songs! The set includes 26 previously unissued songs. Nearly all of the other recordings are previously unissued on CD! Most have been unavailable since the '70s and '80s! - Red Simpson made a name for himself in country music with a string of blacktop anthems like Roll Truck Roll,
The Highway Patrol, Diesel Smoke, Dangerous Curves, Country Western Truck Drivin' Singer, Awful Lot To Learn About Truck Drivin', and Truck Driver's Heaven. He popularized the romanticized image of the trucker as a modern-day cowboy of the open road. But there was much more to Red Simpson... Raised in Bakersfield, California, Red Simpson was at the center of the vibrant honky tonk scene that spawned Buck Owens and Merle Haggard. A multi-instrumentalist who composed hundreds of songs, Red Simpson earned a reputation as one of the West Coast's most respected songwriters. Buck 'n' Merle recorded more than 40 of Red Simpson's songs, including Top 10 hits like Gonna Have Love, Sam's Place und Kansas City Song, Close Up The Honky Tonks, and You Don't Have Very Far To Go.

This set includes all of Red Simpson's recordings from 1957 until the year he retired from touring, 1984. All the songs on his seven Capitol LPs are here, together with his singles for Capitol, Portland, and independent labels. All of his hit singles are here, as are unreleased Capitol masters, 18 previously unissued demo recordings, Red Simpson's own versions of hits he wrote for Buck Owens, and dozens of songs that appear on CD for the first time. This set also contains a hardcover book that features a complete discography, many unseen photos, and a detailed biography by Scott B. Bomar documenting the colorful and sometimes volatile career of the truck music poet.

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  • Interpret: Red Simpson

  • Album titlle: Hello, I'm Red Simpson (5-CD Deluxe Box Set)

  • Genre Country

  • Label Bear Family Records

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  • Edition 2 Deluxe Edition
  • Artikelart Box set

  • EAN: 4000127169440

  • weight in Kg 2.4
Simpson, Red - Hello, I'm Red Simpson (5-CD Deluxe Box Set) Box set 1
01Sweet LoveRed Simpson
02Dolly BluesRed Simpson
03Big Bank RobberyRed Simpson
04Big Bank Robbery, Part 2Red Simpson
05One Day With My BabyRed Simpson
06Dippy Daddle LoveRed Simpson
07Jeannie With The Light Brown CadillacRed Simpson
08George For A DayRed Simpson
09I've Just Lost YouRed Simpson
10Ukulele BaileyRed Simpson
11Truck Drivin' ManRed Simpson
12Truck Driver's BluesRed Simpson
13Six Days On The RoadRed Simpson
14Give Me Forty AcresRed Simpson
15Nitro ExpressRed Simpson
16My Baby's Waitin'Red Simpson
17Motivatin' ManRed Simpson
18Highway ManRed Simpson
19Big MackRed Simpson
20Happy Go Lucky Truck DriverRed Simpson
21Runaway TruckRed Simpson
22Roll Truck RollRed Simpson
23The Highway PatrolRed Simpson
24The City PoliceRed Simpson
25Sidewalk PatroRed Simpson
26Rules Of The RoadRed Simpson
27Dreams Are Made For FoolsRed Simpson
28I Fell In Love With YouRed Simpson
29I'm Gonna Write Momma For MoneyRed Simpson
30I'm Actin' Like My Old Self AgainRed Simpson
31I Just Cry A LittleRed Simpson
32It's My Last Night In TownRed Simpson
33There Ain't Nothin' Happenin' To MeRed Simpson
34The Big Bank RobberyRed Simpson
Simpson, Red - Hello, I'm Red Simpson (5-CD Deluxe Box Set) Box set 2
01You're Under ArrestRed Simpson
02County SheriffRed Simpson
03Workin' For The Highway PatrolRed Simpson
04Johnny LawRed Simpson
05Sheriff SamRed Simpson
06Bad Man Highway PatrolRed Simpson
07I'm Turnin' In My StarRed Simpson
0825 Years On PatrolRed Simpson
09Diesel Smoke, Dangerous CurvesRed Simpson
10Black Smoke A-Blowin' Over 18 Wheels (That'sRed Simpson
11Truck DaddyRed Simpson
12I'll Be Goin' Home To MommaRed Simpson
13A Tombstone Every MileRed Simpson
14Piggyback BluesRed Simpson
15Take Me HomeRed Simpson
16Born To Be A TruckerRed Simpson
17JacknifeRed Simpson
18Truck Drivin' FoolRed Simpson
19Sleeper, Five-By-TwoRed Simpson
20Old SamRed Simpson
21He Reminds Me A Whole Lot Of MeRed Simpson
22Party GirlRed Simpson
23Mini-Skirt MinnieRed Simpson
24Honky Tonk WomenRed Simpson
25The Lonely Old HouseRed Simpson
26Happy Travelin' ManRed Simpson
27I'm A TruckRed Simpson
28Where Love Used To BeRed Simpson
29Knights Of The RoadRed Simpson
30Drugstore Truck DriverRed Simpson
31Road RhythmRed Simpson
32Motel JoeRed Simpson
Simpson, Red - Hello, I'm Red Simpson (5-CD Deluxe Box Set) Box set 3
01Good Old Truckin' GirlRed Simpson
02Truckin' ManRed Simpson
03Just Kept On Truckin'Red Simpson
04Gas, Food And LodgingRed Simpson
05Lady Of The RoadRed Simpson
06Country Western Truck Drivin' SingerRed Simpson
07You're The FirstRed Simpson
08Truckin' On Down The RoadRed Simpson
09Ole BenRed Simpson
10Hold On Ma'm (You Got Yourself A Honker)Red Simpson
11Fur Coats And Fancy ClothesRed Simpson
12CertainlyRed Simpson
13The Ballad Of Billy JonesRed Simpson
14Those Forgotten TrainsRed Simpson
15You're All Over My MindRed Simpson
16Jericho JonesRed Simpson
17Milesaver ManRed Simpson
18Awful Lot To Learn About Truck Drivin'Red Simpson
19You Still Got A Hold On MeRed Simpson
20Gas, Food And LodgingRed Simpson
21Feelin' Like TarzanRed Simpson
22Truckin' Trees For ChristmasRed Simpson
23Blue Blue Christmas (For This Truck Drivin' MRed Simpson
24Christmas WheelsRed Simpson
25The Old Christmas TruckRed Simpson
26Toys For TotsRed Simpson
27Santa's Comin' In A Big Ol' TruckRed Simpson
28Dad Will Be Home For ChristmasRed Simpson
29Little Toy TrucksRed Simpson
30Gone Home For ChristmasRed Simpson
31Out On The Road For ChristmasRed Simpson
Simpson, Red - Hello, I'm Red Simpson (5-CD Deluxe Box Set) Box set 4
01Bill Woods From BakersfieldRed Simpson
02Bull-ShippersRed Simpson
03I'm A Pretty Good ManRed Simpson
04Blackboard Of My HeartRed Simpson
05Honky Tonk Ladies LovermanRed Simpson
06Squirmin'Red Simpson
07Yip YipRed Simpson
08If The World Ran Out Of DieselRed Simpson
09Gordon's Grocery StoreRed Simpson
10Truck Drivin' Man And WifeRed Simpson
11Your Truck Drivin' Man's Comin' HomeRed Simpson
12Streakin' The Opryland ParkRed Simpson
13Love Has Never Done A Lot For MeRed Simpson
14Bull-ShippersRed Simpson
15Message From HomeRed Simpson
16InflationRed Simpson
17It Ain't Even HalloweenRed Simpson
18Truck Driver's HeavenRed Simpson
19The Flying Saucer Man And The Truck DriverRed Simpson
20I Miss You A LittleRed Simpson
21Longest RunRed Simpson
22Benny And MeRed Simpson
23Sam's PlaceRed Simpson
24Take Me Into Your WorldRed Simpson
25The World Keeps Turning AroundRed Simpson
26We're Back To Strangers AgainRed Simpson
27Gonna Have LoveRed Simpson
28Ain't It SomethingRed Simpson
29Close All The Honky TonksRed Simpson
30We Split The BlanketRed Simpson
31I Had A Girl Like Her One TimeRed Simpson
32Kansas City RomeoRed Simpson
Simpson, Red - Hello, I'm Red Simpson (5-CD Deluxe Box Set) Box set 5
01Just Call Me TexasRed Simpson
02TrophiesRed Simpson
03Buffalo BeautyRed Simpson
04Don't Touch My HatRed Simpson
05Lady Lookin' For LoveRed Simpson
06Me And Ole CBRed Simpson
07Looking At The World Through A WindshieldRed Simpson
08I'll Have Another Cup Of Coffee (Then I'll GoRed Simpson
09Movin' OnRed Simpson
1018 Wheels Hummin' Home Sweet HomeRed Simpson
11Truck Drivin' Son Of A GunRed Simpson
12Drivin' My Life AwayRed Simpson
13Dear Mr. PresidentRed Simpson
14Ronnie, BabyRed Simpson
15Lucky Ole ColoradoRed Simpson
16Time Changes EverythingRed Simpson
17The Flying Saucer Man And The Truck DriverRed Simpson
18Lady Of The RoadRed Simpson
19A Little Bit Of Her (demo)Red Simpson
20You Put My World Back Together (demo)Red Simpson
21Living For You (demo)Red Simpson
22World Full Of Love (demo)Red Simpson
23You're A Better Man Than Me (demo)Red Simpson
24Poco (demo)Red Simpson
25The Lonely G.I. (demo)Red Simpson
26Ship Of Love (demo)Red Simpson
27I Ain't Found Me One (demo)Red Simpson
28Play The Guitar Softly (demo)Red Simpson
29Honky Tonks And Heartaches (demo)Red Simpson
30Walkin' Out Backwards (demo)Red Simpson
31If I Have To Live Without You (demo)Red Simpson
32I'm Gettin' Over A Heartache (demo)Red Simpson
33Here Again, Gone Again (demo)Red Simpson
34I Don't Think I Will (demo)Red Simpson
35Here Today Gone Tomorrow Daddy (demo)Red Simpson
36She Belongs To You (demo)Red Simpson
Red Simpson  (March 6, 1934 - January 8, 2016) Bakersfield Sound Pioneer Red Simpson... more
"Red Simpson"

Red Simpson (March 6, 1934 - January 8, 2016)

Bakersfield Sound Pioneer Red Simpson Passes On, But Leaves a Mighty Legacy Behind
by Scott B. Bomar


Red Simpson died in Bakersfield, California on Friday afternoon, January 8th. The singer and songwriter, best known for his trucking-themed Capitol recordings in the 1960s and 70s, had been recuperating at home after a hospitalization due to a heart attack shortly before Christmas. He was 81 years old.

Known as the Bard of Bakersfield, fellow hometown legends Buck Owens and Merle Haggard recorded a combined total of more than 40 Simpson originals, including the Top 10 hits “Gonna Have Love,” “Sam’s Place,” and “Kansas City Song.” Additionally, Red penned perennial standards, such as “Close Up the Honky Tonks” and “You Don’t Have Very Far to Go.” Along the way, he racked up an impressive list of performers who recorded his songs, including Johnny Paycheck, Wanda Jackson, The Byrds, Gram Parsons, Dave Dudley, Roy Clark, Roseanne Cash, Steve Wariner, Lucinda Williams, Alan Jackson, Candi Staton, Dwight Yoakam, and many more.

As an artist, Red released a total of seven albums for the Capitol label. He logged seven charting singles on Billboard’s country rankings, including the Top 40 hits “Roll Truck Roll” and “The Highway Patrol.” He is perhaps best known, however, for “I’m a Truck,” which hit the Top 5 in 1972.  

Red was born Joseph Cecil Simpson on March 6, 1934 in Higley, Arizona, the youngest of 12 children. The family migrated to California in search of farming work, settling in the Arvin Migrant Camp on the outskirts of Bakersfield in 1937. By 1939 they’d moved to a small house in an area known as “Little Okie.” When he was 13, Red bought his first guitar for six dollars that he’d earned picking cotton.

In early 1952 he enlisted in the Navy and was stationed on the USS Repose, a hospital ship serving in Korean waters. During his three year stint in the service he taught himself to play fiddle and mandolin on cheap instruments he picked up in Japan. Forming his first group, the Repose Ramblers, while on the ship, Simpson found himself hooked on the idea of pursing a music career.

When he returned to Bakersfield in 1955, Red began writing songs with Bill Woods, who is today regarded as the original godfather of the city’s country music scene. Occasionally Woods would call on Red to sub in for him at his nightly gig at Bakersfield’s storied Blackboard Café. Soon, the guitarist and singer in Woods’ band, a young upstart named Buck Owens, began doing the same.Red Simpson

Simpson soon landed a steady weeknight gig at a club called the Wagon Wheel in Lamont, outside of Bakersfield. Shortly thereafter, Fuzzy Owen, who would go on to discover Merle Haggard, hired Red to work with his band at the Clover Club. Simpson would continue to work day jobs on and off to support his passion for music. 

As Simpson’s friendship with Owens grew, the two began writing songs together. “The next thing I knew,” Red recalled years later, “Buck said, 'The Farmer Boys are cuttin' your song on Capitol.' I said ‘Capitol?’ That's when I threw my cotton sack away for good."

The duo recorded “Someone to Love” in 1957. Red would record his own debut single that same year on Bakersfield’s small Tally label, which would go on to launch Merle Haggard’s career the following decade. Red recorded a couple more singles for small labels in 1962 and 1963 while working as a regular club musician and writing songs. Buck Owens recorded “Close Up the Honky Tonks” in 1964. It was soon covered by Charlie Walker as “Close All the Honky Tonks,” which became Simpson’s first Top 20 single as a songwriter. Buck then took Red’s “Gonna Have Love” to the Top 10 the following year.  

Simpson played guitar on most of Buck Owens’ recording dates in 1965, including the sessions that produced the hits “Buckaroo” and “Waitin’ in Your Welfare Line.” Owens included a Red Simpson song on almost all of the dates, recording 19 of his compositions in that year alone. One of them, “Sam’s Place,” would eventually go on to hit the #1 spot on the Billboard Country Singles chart. It was during this era that Red blossomed as a topical songwriter, contributing six songs to Owens’ first holiday album, Christmas with Buck, and five songs to the Dust on Mother's Bible gospel release.

In late 1965, Capitol’s Country A&R chief, Ken Nelson, decided he wanted to record a theme album of truck driving songs. Nelson maintained for years that Merle Haggard turned the project down, though Haggard has no recollection of it being suggested. Fortunately for him, Red landed the job. The “Roll Truck Roll” single was released in early 1966 with the LP of the same name following shortly after. Simpson opened for Buck Owens at the famed Carnegie Hall concert in March, while his album was making its way up the charts to become a Top 10 success. The liner notes on the back of the LP, credited to Ken Nelson, created a fictional portrait of Simpson, noting, "Ever since he climbed into a trailer cabin and started steering for destinations everywhere, Red has been singing and composing 'songs of the road.'" In reality, Simpaon had never driven a big rig in his life.

Three more albums followed for Capitol, including the law-enforcement-themed Man Behind the Badge, a second trucker album called Truck Drivin’ Fool, and A Bakersfield Dozen. Though the least commercially successful, the latter stands out as Simpson’s finest work beyond the trucker-themed anthems. 

In 1968 Red was dropped from the Capitol label. He moved from Bakersfield to the Los Angeles area to concentrate on songwriting. He had titles recorded by Ferlin Husky, Wynn Stewart, and Buck Owens, who made “Kansas City Song” a major hit in 1970. Meanwhile, Red had been opening shows and playing sessions with Merle Haggard, who recorded a couple of Simpson originals on his 1969 album Pride in What I Am. Red also played guitar on Haggard’s classic live LP, Okie From Muskogee.

In 1971 Simpson hooked up with producer Gene Breeden and recorded “I’m a Truck” at Breeden’s studio in Vancouver, Washington. Originally released on his own Portland label, Gene soon leased the recording to Capitol, who re-signed Red to a new deal in the fall of 1972. “I’m a Truck” went to #1 in Record World magazine. Cashbox magazine named him the most promising artist of the year, and the Academy of Country Music nominated him as Most Promising Male Vocalist for that year.

After a couple more releases, including a memorable Christmas-themed trucking album called Truckin’ Trees for Christmas, Red left Capitol again in 1974. He played the Grand Ole Opry a half dozen times between 1972 and 1974, but never considered relocating to Nashville. California was in his blood.

Simpson released several more singles for Portland Records in the mid to late-1970s. One was picked up by Warner Bros., and one was leased to K.E.Y. Records in Nashville. Both hit the singles chart, but Simpson didn’t chart again as an artist after 1979. He did a series of singles for various labels in the early 1980s and also made a handful of mostly forgettable budget albums in that era. 

By then, Red was back in Bakersfield. He retired from the road in 1984, but not before writing and recording the fantastic “Lucky Ol’ Colorado,” which was later recorded by Merle Haggard. That same year, he married his third wife, Joyce, with whom he shared the remainder of his life.

Simpson settled into his role as a local legend and elder statesman of the Bakersfield Sound, eventually taking on weekly gigs at Trout’s nightclub and the Rasmussen Senior Center. His life as a local picker was chronicled in Merle Haggard’s 1990 song “A Bar in Bakersfield,” which he wrote about Simpson.

In the 1990s there was a renewed interest in classic trucking songs. In 1993 Curb Records released Junior Brown's Guit With It album, featuring “Highway Patrol.” Brown's recording of the song appeared on the Billboard chart in 1995. A devotee of trucking music and a serious Simpson fan, Brown invited Simpson to Texas where they recorded two duets. “Semi-Crazy” became the title track to Brown's well reviewed 1996 album. Their remake of “Nitro Express” appeared on Rig Rock Deluxe, a newly recorded compilation that helped spark a revival in trucking music by presenting younger admirers like Marty Stuart, Steve Earle, BR5-49, and Son Volt alongside legends such as Red, Kay Adams, Del Reeves, and Buck Owens. Red’s trucking songs continued to appear into the new millennium, including Canadian country superstar Paul Brandt’s 2010 single version of “The Highway Patrol.”


Bob Dylan once called Red Simpson “the forgotten man of the Bakersfield Sound.” That was before Bear Family Records released their definitive 5 CD box set retrospective of Simpson’s career in early 2012, which preserved his recordings and presented the story of his life and career in the accompanying 108 page hardback book. Later that year, Red was at the center of the festivities when Nashville’s Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum launched an elaborate special exhibition, The Bakersfield Sound: Buck Owens, Merle Haggard, and California Country. At the time of his death, Simpson had just completed a brand new CD called Soda Pops and Saturdays. Though Red is gone, his contributions to the Bakersfield Sound and country music’s trucking subgenre will not be forgotten. Nor will the “very generous and kind” spirit, as Buck Owens once described it, of the man Merle Haggard lovingly dubbed a “hillbilly hippie.”
 
Scott B. Bomar January 15, 2016

 

 

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Trucker-Highlight. A must have!!!

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This phantastic box set comes with a large book with rare photos, all that you need to know about Red Simpson's life and his music career, alongside session details for all of the recordings.
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Hopefully this phantastic set will go some way in gaining Red Simpson the recognition he deserves as a singer as well as a songwriter.
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Tracklist
Simpson, Red - Hello, I'm Red Simpson (5-CD Deluxe Box Set) Box set 1
01 Sweet Love
02 Dolly Blues
03 Big Bank Robbery
04 Big Bank Robbery, Part 2
05 One Day With My Baby
06 Dippy Daddle Love
07 Jeannie With The Light Brown Cadillac
08 George For A Day
09 I've Just Lost You
10 Ukulele Bailey
11 Truck Drivin' Man
12 Truck Driver's Blues
13 Six Days On The Road
14 Give Me Forty Acres
15 Nitro Express
16 My Baby's Waitin'
17 Motivatin' Man
18 Highway Man
19 Big Mack
20 Happy Go Lucky Truck Driver
21 Runaway Truck
22 Roll Truck Roll
23 The Highway Patrol
24 The City Police
25 Sidewalk Patro
26 Rules Of The Road
27 Dreams Are Made For Fools
28 I Fell In Love With You
29 I'm Gonna Write Momma For Money
30 I'm Actin' Like My Old Self Again
31 I Just Cry A Little
32 It's My Last Night In Town
33 There Ain't Nothin' Happenin' To Me
34 The Big Bank Robbery
Simpson, Red - Hello, I'm Red Simpson (5-CD Deluxe Box Set) Box set 2
01 You're Under Arrest
02 County Sheriff
03 Workin' For The Highway Patrol
04 Johnny Law
05 Sheriff Sam
06 Bad Man Highway Patrol
07 I'm Turnin' In My Star
08 25 Years On Patrol
09 Diesel Smoke, Dangerous Curves
10 Black Smoke A-Blowin' Over 18 Wheels (That's
11 Truck Daddy
12 I'll Be Goin' Home To Momma
13 A Tombstone Every Mile
14 Piggyback Blues
15 Take Me Home
16 Born To Be A Trucker
17 Jacknife
18 Truck Drivin' Fool
19 Sleeper, Five-By-Two
20 Old Sam
21 He Reminds Me A Whole Lot Of Me
22 Party Girl
23 Mini-Skirt Minnie
24 Honky Tonk Women
25 The Lonely Old House
26 Happy Travelin' Man
27 I'm A Truck
28 Where Love Used To Be
29 Knights Of The Road
30 Drugstore Truck Driver
31 Road Rhythm
32 Motel Joe
Simpson, Red - Hello, I'm Red Simpson (5-CD Deluxe Box Set) Box set 3
01 Good Old Truckin' Girl
02 Truckin' Man
03 Just Kept On Truckin'
04 Gas, Food And Lodging
05 Lady Of The Road
06 Country Western Truck Drivin' Singer
07 You're The First
08 Truckin' On Down The Road
09 Ole Ben
10 Hold On Ma'm (You Got Yourself A Honker)
11 Fur Coats And Fancy Clothes
12 Certainly
13 The Ballad Of Billy Jones
14 Those Forgotten Trains
15 You're All Over My Mind
16 Jericho Jones
17 Milesaver Man
18 Awful Lot To Learn About Truck Drivin'
19 You Still Got A Hold On Me
20 Gas, Food And Lodging
21 Feelin' Like Tarzan
22 Truckin' Trees For Christmas
23 Blue Blue Christmas (For This Truck Drivin' M
24 Christmas Wheels
25 The Old Christmas Truck
26 Toys For Tots
27 Santa's Comin' In A Big Ol' Truck
28 Dad Will Be Home For Christmas
29 Little Toy Trucks
30 Gone Home For Christmas
31 Out On The Road For Christmas
Simpson, Red - Hello, I'm Red Simpson (5-CD Deluxe Box Set) Box set 4
01 Bill Woods From Bakersfield
02 Bull-Shippers
03 I'm A Pretty Good Man
04 Blackboard Of My Heart
05 Honky Tonk Ladies Loverman
06 Squirmin'
07 Yip Yip
08 If The World Ran Out Of Diesel
09 Gordon's Grocery Store
10 Truck Drivin' Man And Wife
11 Your Truck Drivin' Man's Comin' Home
12 Streakin' The Opryland Park
13 Love Has Never Done A Lot For Me
14 Bull-Shippers
15 Message From Home
16 Inflation
17 It Ain't Even Halloween
18 Truck Driver's Heaven
19 The Flying Saucer Man And The Truck Driver
20 I Miss You A Little
21 Longest Run
22 Benny And Me
23 Sam's Place
24 Take Me Into Your World
25 The World Keeps Turning Around
26 We're Back To Strangers Again
27 Gonna Have Love
28 Ain't It Something
29 Close All The Honky Tonks
30 We Split The Blanket
31 I Had A Girl Like Her One Time
32 Kansas City Romeo
Simpson, Red - Hello, I'm Red Simpson (5-CD Deluxe Box Set) Box set 5
01 Just Call Me Texas
02 Trophies
03 Buffalo Beauty
04 Don't Touch My Hat
05 Lady Lookin' For Love
06 Me And Ole CB
07 Looking At The World Through A Windshield
08 I'll Have Another Cup Of Coffee (Then I'll Go
09 Movin' On
10 18 Wheels Hummin' Home Sweet Home
11 Truck Drivin' Son Of A Gun
12 Drivin' My Life Away
13 Dear Mr. President
14 Ronnie, Baby
15 Lucky Ole Colorado
16 Time Changes Everything
17 The Flying Saucer Man And The Truck Driver
18 Lady Of The Road
19 A Little Bit Of Her (demo)
20 You Put My World Back Together (demo)
21 Living For You (demo)
22 World Full Of Love (demo)
23 You're A Better Man Than Me (demo)
24 Poco (demo)
25 The Lonely G.I. (demo)
26 Ship Of Love (demo)
27 I Ain't Found Me One (demo)
28 Play The Guitar Softly (demo)
29 Honky Tonks And Heartaches (demo)
30 Walkin' Out Backwards (demo)
31 If I Have To Live Without You (demo)
32 I'm Gettin' Over A Heartache (demo)
33 Here Again, Gone Again (demo)
34 I Don't Think I Will (demo)
35 Here Today Gone Tomorrow Daddy (demo)
36 She Belongs To You (demo)