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Country Vinyl Records
You Don't Know Me: Rediscovering Eddy Arnold (Out of Stock)In 1955, country and pop music legend Eddy Arnold released a version of the classic song You Don’t Know Me which he wrote with Cindy Walker. This album pays tribute to that standard as well as 18 other legendary songs by The Tennessee Plowboy who was one of the most influential artists in country music history.
Produced by punk rock legend Cheetah Chrome and Bobby Bare producer Don Cusic, this tribute record features a who’s who list of artists such as Alejandro Escovedo, Frank Black, Peter Noone, Pokey LaFarge, Jason Isbell, Lambchop and many more! Recorded at four iconic Nashville studios with an all-star group of backing musicians, You Don’t Know Me: Rediscovering Eddy Arnold is a fitting tribute to a true music icon.1. Alejandro Escovedo – “It’s A Sin”
2. Chuck Mead-“Anytime”
3. Bobby Bare, Jr. – “Make The World Go Away”
4. Mary Gauthier – “You Don’t Know Me”
5. Peter Noone – “Something Old, Something New (Something Borrowed & Blue)”
6. Jason Ringenberg – “Texarkana Baby”
7. Mandy Barnett-“How’s The World Treating You”
8. Pokey LaFarge – “Lovebug Itch”
9. Cheetah Chrome-“What Is Life Without Love”
10. Jason Isbell – “Johnny Reb, That’s Me”
11. Chris Scruggs – “Just A Little Lovin’(Will Go A Long Way)”
12. Melinda Doolittle –“Bouquet of Roses”
13. The Bluefields – “That’s How Much I Love You”
14. Pete Mroz – “Cattle Call”
15. Bebe Buell – “I’ll Hold You In My Heart”
16. Lambchop – “Jim, I Wore A Tie Today”
17. Sylvain Sylvain – “That Do Make It Nice”
18. Drivin’ N’ Cryin’ – “Wreck of the Old 97”
19. Frank Black – “ Don’t Rob Another Man’s Castle
$28.99Vinyl LP - 2 LPs SealedTemporarily out of stock
The story of American country begins almost a century ago in the Southern U.S., where blues and folk music were joined together in a wonderful matrimony of musical bliss. That holy union still holds strong to this day, as throughout the years what was once called “hillbilly music” has evolved into the most popular music genre in
The story of American country begins almost a century ago in the Southern U.S., where blues and folk music were joined together in a wonderful matrimony of musical bliss. That holy union still holds strong to this day, as throughout the years what was once called “hillbilly music” has evolved into the most popular music genre in America.
And if you think country sounds great coming out of your MP3 player, wait until you have a listen to some country vinyls.
Have you ever heard Johnny Cash play San Quentin on vinyl? Or Willie Nelson on vinyl wistfully wishing he was on the road again? Whatever your speed, SoundStage Direct has an extensive collection of country vinyl records, from Ronstadt to T-Swift.