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Merle Haggard - The Best of Country Blues (1990) Retail CD
In his prime, there was no better male country singer than Merle Haggard. His God-given vocal talent, mixed with the soul of a man who has seen it all, communicates with the listener just like his female #1 counterpart, Patsy Cline. Of all the type songs Merle does, blues seems to fit him best. As he says when introducing "Everybody's Had the Blues, Sometime", a song on this CD: "Nobody has the right to sing the blues unless they've had 'em, and I certainly have had the blues a time or two." Merle told Johnny Cash once that he enjoyed Cash's performance at San Quentin prison. Johnny saidmore… he didn't remember Merle being on that show. "I wasn't, said Merle, I was in the audience." The songs on this CD come straight from his heart, which is bigger than life. Also, Merle's band is one of the best group of virtuoso musicians ever assembled, with Norman Hamlett on lead guitar, especially. You'll enjoy it, I promise.
|1||Workin' Man Blues|
|2||Blues Stay Away From Me|
|3||Moanin' The Blues|
|4||Blues for Dixie|
|5||Mississippi Delta Blues|
|6||White Man Singin' the Blues|
|7||Cotton Patch Blues|
|9||Gamblin' Polka Dot Blues|
|10||Brain Cloudy Blues|
- Merle Haggard - The Best of Country Blues (1990) Retail CD
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