Bob Wills And The Texas Playboys Featuring Leon Rausch - From The Heart Of Texas flac album
Title: From The Heart Of Texas
Style: Country Blues, Country, Swing
MP3 album: 1351 mb
FLAC album: 1726 mb
Other formats: MIDI DMF AHX ASF MOD VOC MP4
Genre: Jazz / Blues / Folk / World music
From the Heart of Texas by Bob Wills and His Texas Playboys featuring Leon Rausch. Originally by Hoyle Nix's West Texas Cowboys. Bob Wills and His Texas Playboys featuring Leon Rausch. Jerry Leiber, Mike Stoller. Originally by Little Willie Littlefield. You're the Only Star in My Blue Heaven. Originally by Gene Autry. Discover The Original. SecondHandSongs is building the most comprehensive source of cover song information.
Bob Wills And His Texas Playboys – Smoke On The Water. Bob Wills And His Texas Playboys – Sooner Or Later. Bob Wills & His Texas Playboys – Texas Playboy Rag. 2:35. Bob Wills And His Texas Playboys – Roly Poly. Bob Wills – White Cross on Okinawa. Bob Wills – Heart To Heart Talk. Bob Willis & His Texas Playboys – Take Me Back To Tulsa. Bob Wills And His Texas Playboys – Orange Blossom SPecial. Bob Wills And His Texas Playboys – We Might As Well Forget It. 2:17. Texas Playboys – Blue Bonnet Lane. Bob Wills and His Texas Playboys – New San Antonio Rose. Bob Wills & his Texas Playboys – Time Changes Everything. Bob Wills – Red Hot Gal of Mine. Bob Wills – Good Old Oklahoma.
The Texas Playboys – Goin' Away Party. Bob Wills and His Texas Playboys – Swing Blues No. 1. 3:36. Bob Wills & His Texas Playboys – Basin Street Blues. Bob Wills – Texas Playboy Rag. 2:47. Bob Wills And His Texas Playboys – Texarkana Baby. Bob Wills & His Texas Playboys – New San Antonio Rose. Bob Wills And His Texas Playboys – Sally Goodin'. Bob Wills – Blue Yodel No. 2:39. Bob Wills And His Texas Playboys – Texas Playboy Rag. 2:52. Bob Wills And His Texas Playboys – Faded Love. Bob Wills & His Texas Playboys – Sittin' On Top Of The World. BOB WILLS – What s The Matter With The Mill.
The album opens with Texas Playboy Theme, featuring original Texas Playboy member Leon Rausch. Saxophonist Billy Briggs, now over 90, also makes an appearance during Twin Guitar Special. It was made for the dances. As Wills performances grew in popularity, he and the Texas Playboys began to drive from dance hall to dance hall, becoming some of the first American musicians to use a tour bus, and early adopters of electric instruments. Despite the passage of eight decades since many of the songs were written, they still sound fresh and should find a willing audience in 2015. Even those slow, sad drinkin’ and cheatin’ songs, with their plaintive instrumentation and heart-tugging lyrics, are just plain fun to listen to.
Ross Leon McAuliffe Leon Rausch Louis Tierney Luke Wills Mancel Tierney Millard Kelso Monte Mountjoy Noel Boggs Rusty McDonald Sleepy Johnson Son Lansford Tiny Moore Tiny Mott Tommy Perkins Woodie Wood Zeb McNally. Bob Wills and His Texas Playboys. Biography by David Vinopal. Take fiddle-based old-time string-band music from th. ead Full Biography. From the Heart of Texas.
They often covered Wills’ tunes, including the 1999 album Ride with Bob, and often featured former Texas Playboy Leon Rausch. Sixteen years later, Still the King features Rausch on several tracks while also inviting other hardcore Wills fans-Merle Haggard, George Strait, and Lyle Lovett-alongside newer faces like Jamey Johnson, Brad Paisley, Carrie Rodriguez, The Avett Brothers, and Old Crow Medicine Show. It’s one generous flow of great songs with a backing band who’ve lived and breathed this music for decades
Bob Wills (James Robert Wills, March 6, 1905 – May 13, 1975) was an American Western swing musician, songwriter, and big band leader. Considered by music authorities as the co-founder of Western swing, he was universally known as the King of Western Swing. Wills formed several bands and played radio stations around the South and West until he formed the Texas Playboys in 1934 with Wills on fiddle, Tommy Duncan on piano and vocals, rhythm guitarist June Whalin, tenor banjoist Johnnie Lee Wills, and Kermit Whalin, who played steel guitar and bass.
|A1||Deep In The Heart Of Texas||2:13|
|A2||You're The Only Star In My Blue Heaven||2:29|
|A3||What's Fort Worth||2:20|
|A4||A Big Ball In Cowtown (We'll Dance Around)||2:09|
|A6||Where Do I Go From Here||2:35|
|B1||My Adobe Hacienda||2:08|
|B3||Gone Indian (Instrumental)||2:37|
|B4||Guess I'll Move On Down The Line||2:18|
|B5||If No News Is Good News||1:55|
|B6||I Just Can't Take It Anymore||2:24|
- Record Company – Kapp Records, Inc.
- Acoustic Bass – Bob Moore
- Drums – Murrey "Buddy" Harman*, Jerry Howard
- Electric Guitar – Harold Bradley, Jerry Case
- Fiddle – Bob Wills, Jim Belken*, Johnny Manson, Tommy Jackson
- Pedal Steel Guitar – Phil Sperbeck
- Piano – Hargus "Pig" Robbins*
- Trombone – Wayne Butler
- Trumpet – Bob Phillips, George Tidwell
- Vocals – Leon Rausch
NotesRelease date as mentioned in "New Album Releases" in Billboard 15. Okt. 1966, page 56
|HAT 3058||Bob Wills And The Texas Playboys* Featuring Leon Rausch||Bob Wills And The Texas Playboys* Featuring Leon Rausch - From The Heart Of Texas (LP, RE)||Stetson||HAT 3058||UK||Unknown|
|KS 3506||Bob Wills & His Texas Playboys||From The Heart Of Texas (LP)||Kapp Records||KS 3506||US||1966|
|KL-1506||Bob Wills And The Texas Playboys* Featuring Leon Rausch||Bob Wills And The Texas Playboys* Featuring Leon Rausch - From The Heart Of Texas (LP, Album, Mono, Promo)||Kapp Records||KL-1506||US||1966|