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Mel Tillis Stomp Them Grapes -

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Mel Tillis: Stomp Them Grapes -

(2011/RAVEN) 25 MGM masters 1973/74 with 8 page booklet.


Mel Tillis - Stomp Them Grapes - Medium 1
1: Midnight, Me And The Blues  
2: Scarlet Wings  
3: Amanda  
4: Hang My Picture In Your Heart  
5: If There Were No Memories  
6: Stomp Them Grapes  
7: My Side Of Life  
8: Somebody Gave Lucy A Drink  
9: Second Best  
10: Last Time  
11: Sawmill  
12: Leona  
13: Bobbi  
14: Borrowed Angel  
15: Remembering  
16: Live In My Heart  
17: Cheap Imitation  
18: If I Throw Away My Pride  
19: Take A Look At Me  
20: Thanks You For Being You  
21: Commercial Affection  
22: Brand New Mister Me  
23: Best Way I Know How  
24: Take My Hand  
25: You Are The One  


Artikeleigenschaften von Mel Tillis: Stomp Them Grapes -

  • Interpret: Mel Tillis

  • Albumtitel: Stomp Them Grapes -

  • Format CD
  • Genre Country

  • Title Stomp Them Grapes/
  • Release date 2011
  • Label RAVEN

  • SubGenre Country - General

  • EAN: 9398800034624

  • weight in Kg 0.100

Artist description "Tillis, Mel"

Mel Tillis

Life Turned Her That Way

Mel Tillis

Life Turned Her That Way

(Harlan Howard)

recorded December 8, 1966 (14:00-17:00) RCA Victor Studio, 806 17th Avenue South, Nashville, Tennessee; Producer: Paul Cohen

with Mel Tillis: vocal; Roy M. 'Junior' Huskey,Jr: bass; other details unknown

Kapp K 804 - master K-10212


A Victorian morality fable. "That song fits my philosophy," said songwriter Harlan Howard. "In most relationships, if there's a bad person, it's usually the guy. If anybody's gonna cheat, normally it's the guy. If anyone loses their ego and has to go out and have an affair, it's the guy in most cases. That's just the way it is. Most of the heartaches in this world occur to women." Howard pitched the song to Little Jimmy Dickens, who recorded it on September 3, 1964. "Harlan said, 'I don't want no one else to do this 'cept you,'" Dickens told Eddie Stubbs. As the single before May The Bird Of Paradise Fly Up Your Nose, it sold very few copies. Tillis recorded it for Kapp in December 1966 as the follow-up to Stateside, and it followed Stateside into the charts, peaking at #11, even earning a release in England. After Tillis, many artists recorded it, including George Jones, Conway Twitty, Charley Pride, Ernest Tubb, Willie Nelson, Carl Smith, and soul legend James Carr. Perhaps the most memorable version was by Mack Vickery who recorded it for his notorious 'Live At The Alabama Women's Prison' LP. Tillis’s record stuck in the mind of producer Steve Buckingham. In 1987, Buckingham was producing Ricky Van Shelton's first LP and pitched Life Turned Her That Way to him. "Mel's version was a waltz," said Shelton, "Steve and I changed it to 4/4 time, and, after we changed it, we found out from Harlan that he wrote it in 4/4." In Ricky Van Shelton's hands, the song reached #1, nearly twenty-five years after Harlan Howard wrote it. (Mack Vickery's 'Live At The Alabama Women's Prison' album is available on Bear Family, BCD 16994).

- Colin Escott -

Various Country & Western Hit Parade 1967

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