These are classic country music albums that I have reviewed. Great info for when you’re out record hunting and you want to know if an album is worth the money or not, though, let’s face it, if it’s priced at a dollar or less, it has to be really, really bad to not be worth it!
Greetings from Asheville, where today we are looking at one of my favorite Bill Monroe albums, 1974’s Road of Life. Road of Life was released by MCA in June 1974. It is one of Bill’s many Gospel albums, and for me, that is where he was often at his best, … Continue reading →
Greetings from Asheville, where we look back at one of the many golden nuggets of a legend named George Jones. Still the Same Ole Me was the first George Jones album to grace my collection, way back in 1981 (a Christmas gift as I recall), the year of its release. … Continue reading →
Greetings from Asheville, where good music is always on the turntable. Today’s Classic Album Review is a 1974 release from British-born/Australian-raised Olivia Newton-John. Olivia was one of the hottest acts in both country and pop music, at the time, and we are looking back at her album If You Love … Continue reading →
Greetings from Asheville, where good music is always found on the turntable. We are looking at some vintage Wanda Jackson on this Classic Album Review, remembering her iconic Right or Wrong album. Wanda, now retired, became known as “The Queen of Rockabilly” during the late 1950’s, with a sound not … Continue reading →
Greetings from Asheville, where good music is always on the turntable. The name George Jones is synonymous with country music. He’s one of our greatest singers, placing more songs on the country top forty than anyone, with a staggering 145 appearances between 1955 and 2005, more than any other artist, … Continue reading →
Greetings from Asheville, where good music is always on the turntable. Today’s Classic Album Review looks back at the debut effort of Waylon Jennings. Waylon became one of the great legends of country music, was a driving force behind the “Outlaw Movement” and was rewarded with induction into the Country … Continue reading →