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Gordon Terry: Lotta, Lotta Women

Gordon hatte das Aussehen und fraglose auch Talent als Sänger und Meister-Fiddler. Er fand nur nie den richtigen Song zur rechten Zeit. Hier sind seine Columbia Aufnahmen von 1955 und seine RCA Titel von 1958-1961. Dies ist bester Nashville Rock'n Roll und Hillbilly. Unter den 30 Aufnahmen sind It Ain't Right, Revenooer Man, Trouble On The Turnpike, Long Black Limousine und eine unglaubliche, unveröffentlichte Version von Battle Of New Orleans (mit Gast-Star Johnny Cash), umgeschrieben als eine bittere Satire auf das Leben des Hank Williams. 'Hank ging nach Nashville, traf dort Jim Denny/ Ein kleiner fetter Bastard mit künstlichem Haar/Jim sagte Hank, er wolle die Hälfte von dem, was er verdiene/Oder er werde seiner Frau Audrey von den Frauen erzählen, die er flach legte. Sowie weitere Strophen, die wir hier nicht abdrucken können.Gordon had the looks and unquestioned talent as a singer and championship fiddler. He just never found the right song at the right time. Here are his Columbia sides from 1955, and his RCA recordings from 1958-1961. This is prime Nashville 'n' roll and hillbilly. 30 tracks include It Ain't Right, Revenooer Man, Trouble On The Turnpike, Long Black Limousine, and an incredible unreleased pill-popped version of Battle Of New Orleans (with guest artist Johnny Cash) rewritten as a bitter satire on Hank Williams' life. 'Hank went to Nashville, met Jim Denny there/A short fat bastard with artificial hair/Jim told Hank he wanted half of what he made/Or he'd tell Miss Audrey 'bout the women that he laid.' Plus other verses we couldn't print!


Gordon Terry - Lotta, Lotta Women Medium 1
1: A Lotta Lotta Women
2: It Ain't Right
3: I Had A Talk With Me
4: Trouble On The Turnpike
5: Queen Of The Seasons
6: Gonna Go Down The River
7: Lonely Road
8: Honky Tonk Man
9: You Remembered Me
10: Revenooer Man
11: Long Black Limousine
12: Wild Desire
13: Little Ole You
14: How My Baby Can Love
15: Fortune Of Love
16: Slow Down Old World
17: For Old Time's Sake
18: You'll Regret
19: Hook, Line And Sinker
20: Maybe
21: Keep Right On Talking
22: And Then I Heard The Bad News
23: I Don't Hurt Anymore
24: The Saddest Day
25: All By My Lonesome
26: Battle Of New Orleans
27: The Fifty Stars
28: When They Ring Those Wedding Bells
29: Almost Alone
30: Fortune Of Love (alt)


Artikeleigenschaften von Gordon Terry: Lotta, Lotta Women

  • Interpret: Gordon Terry

  • Albumtitel: Lotta, Lotta Women

  • Format CD
  • Genre Rock 'n' Roll

  • Music Genre Rock 'n' Roll
  • Music Style Rock & Roll
  • Music Sub-Genre 201 Rock & Roll
  • Title Lotta, Lotta Women

  • Price code AH
  • SubGenre Rock - Rock'n'Roll

  • EAN: 4000127158819

  • weight in Kg 0.115

Artist description "Terry, Gordon"

Gordon Terry

Wild Desire

Gordon Terry

Wild Desire

(Pee Wee King-Andy Doll-Redd Stewart)

47-7989; master: M2WB 4047-5

recorded November 21, 1961 (14:00-18:00) RCA Victor Studio #1, 6363 Sunset Boulevard, Hollywood, California; Producer: Neely Plumb; with Gordon Terry: vocal/fiddle/leader; Phil Baugh: guitar; Roy H. Lanham: guitar; William E. 'Billy' Strange: guitar; Burkett H. Graves: bass; M. C. 'Muddy' Berry: drums; Jim Pierce: piano; Jonie Mosby: vocal


His career is almost impossible to synopsize, but the one thing it's conspicuously lacking is a giant, defining hit. Gordon Terry was always around  hits, but never quite managed to score one. Born in Moulton, Alabama on October 7, 1931, Terry became a championship quality mandolinist and fiddler. By 1950, he was backing Bill Monroe. He began recording for Columbia in 1955, then switched to Cadence (where he passed on Bye, Bye Love), and then RCA. By the time of the RCA deal, Gordon had relocated to the west coast. Wild Desire was recorded when he was living the chemical life with Johnny Cash, and it remained unissued until Bear Family unearthed it for the Gordon Terry anthology, 'Lotta, Lotta Women' (BCD 15581). Wild Desire was written by Polish cowboy singer Pee Wee King and his longtime sidekick Redd Stewart, together with Andy Doll, who recorded rock 'n' roll for his own label, AD, and Starday.


- Colin Escott -

Various - The Drugstore's Rockin' Vol.1,

The Drugstore's Rockin' (CD)

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