Time to look back at one of sixty-seven (at least) albums that George Jones recorded during his hall of fame career. “You’ve Still Got a Place in My Heart” was as May, 1984 release on the Epic label. Not one of George’s most successful albums, though it did briefly reach … Continue reading →
For this Classic Album Review, we take it back to 1969, to pick up a Loretta Lynn classic. The fourteenth release in her hall of fame career, Woman of The World/To Make a Man was released in June, 1969. It was her final album of the sixties. The album would climb as high as … Continue reading →
Today, we look back at a Roger Miller classic release. In the mid-1960’s, Roger was one of the hottest acts in music, finding success in country music, as well as the pop field. The Third Time Around was Roger’s third album of original material for Mercury’s Smash subsidiary. Released in June, … Continue reading →
During the Summer of 2015, a good friend of mine, John, sent me this photo of a 1957 concert ad from Indianapolis, Indiana. And what makes this ad even more fascinating, are the two side stories on the page. One is about a new local group, and the other is the top … Continue reading →
Hard to believe we are nearly through the year, already! And what a year it has been, both good and not so good. On today’s Ultimate Twang, we’ll be looking back at the country music greats we lost during 2016, plus have our UT Time Machine, Vintage Farm Report, lots … Continue reading →
Dwight Yoakam’s debut album Guitars, Cadillac, etc., etc. was refreshingly different, yet retro upon its 1986 release. The country music sound was still heavy on pop-country strains of “Morning Desire” or “Bop”, but this album and it’s loud, twangy sound, began changing that. Throughout the early 80’s, Dwight had been steadily building … Continue reading →
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