Merle Haggard - The Country Sound Of Merle Haggard mp3 album
Title: The Country Sound Of Merle Haggard
Date of release: 2017
Size MP3: 1434 mb
Size FLAC: 1663 mb
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Strangers is the debut studio album by Merle Haggard. Initially Haggard refused, opting to remain loyal to Owen and Talley, but Tally Records did not have the resources to break Haggard, who was creating quite a buzz in California
Bakersfield Sound Honky Tonk Traditional Country Western Swing Revival. Also Known As. Merle Ronald Haggard. Biography by Stephen Thomas Erlewine. A country music legend who epitomized the drifter persona and is considered perhaps the genre's greatest songwriter.
Merle Haggard, who over six decades composed and performed one of the greatest repertoires in country music, capturing the American condition with his stories of the poor, the lost, the working class, heartbroken and hard-living, died at his home in the San Joaquin Valley, California, after a battle with pneumonia, his spokeswoman Tresa Redburn confirmed. Haggard didn’t have to look far for material. His greatest songs – the Depression-era poverty described in Hungry Eyes, the prison diaries Sing Me Back Home and Mama Tried, the hard-living anthems like I Think I’ll Just Stay Here and Drink and Back to the Barrooms – were all taken from the pages of his own life. He was born April 6th, 1937 near Bakersfield, California, two years after his family moved west from Oklahoma during the great dust bowl migration.
Inventive singer-songwriter who gave common people a forthright voice, Merle Haggard, country music giant, dies aged 79, Why Merle Haggard’s If I Could Only Fly is his masterpiece. Merle Haggard, who has died aged 79, was one of the most resonant figures in country music for almost half a century.
The Country Sound Of. Artist MERLE HAGGARD. Until his death in 2016, Merle Haggard was hailed right across the musical spectrum, from rednecks to punk rockers. With 22 years old, he was among the audience at Johnny Cash’s legendary 1960 concert at San Quentin prison, as he was serving time for a botched break-in. But seeing the Man in Black that night, inspired Merle to make music, not crime, his career - and even the swiftest glance at the forty songs on this collection will confirm that he made the right choice.
Country legend Merle Haggard, often called the Poet of the Common Man, whose music reflected his hardscrabble roots and hard-living ways as well as a tenderness that made him a revered songwriter, has died at his home near Redding, Calif. He was 79. The Associated Press confirmed his death. Haggard along with fellow Bakersfield, Calif. superstar Buck Owens defined the West Coast sound of country music in the 1960s and ’70s.
These 15 timeless Merle Haggard songs still define one of country music's master storytellers, greatest singers and truest rebels. Haggard helped popularize the Bakersfield sound in his native California. His efforts to chase the sounds of Jimmie Rodgers, Lefty Frizzell and other influences, paired with the cultural imprint left by his biggest hit "Okie From Muskogee," eventually made The Hag one of America's defining musical voices. There's a reason greatest hits compilations require two or more discs when it comes to someone like Haggard. Even expanding this list from 10 to 15 leaves out some of his backing band the Strangers' crowd-pleasers ("Lonesome Fugitive"), memorable duets with.
Merle Haggard's contribution to the Bakersfield Sound and the "outlaw movement," in reaction to overworked Nashville productions, helped return country music to its straightforward, uncomplicated roots. When Country music artists Alan Jackson and George Strait sang "Murder On Music Row" in 2000, the song gained attention for its criticism.
Background information. Down South they might have called me a nigger lover.
|1-1||Okie From Muskogee|
|1-2||The Fightin' Side Of Me|
|1-3||The Bottle Let Me Down|
|1-4||I Take A Lot Of Pride In What I Am|
|1-5||Workin' Man Blues|
|1-6||Daddy Frank (The Guitar Man)|
|1-8||Old Man From The Mountain|
|1-11||The Legend Of Bonnie And Clyde|
|1-12||I'm A Lonesome Fugitive|
|1-15||I Threw Away The Rose|
|1-16||The Roots Of My Raisin'|
|1-17||It's All In The Movies|
|1-18||It's Been A Great Afternoon|
|1-19||Misery And Gin|
|1-20||I Think I'll Just Stay Here And Drink|
|2-2||Everybody's Had The Blues|
|2-3||If We Make It Through December|
|2-6||The Emptiest Arms In The World|
|2-7||Always Wanting You|
|2-8||Things Aren't Funny Anymore|
|2-9||Sing Me Back Home|
|2-10||Holding Things Together|
|2-11||(From Now On All My Friends Are Gonna Be) Strangers|
|2-12||Turnin' Off A Memory|
|2-13||Today I Started Loving You Again|
|2-14||Someday We'll Look Back|
|2-15||The Way I Am|
|2-16||It's Not Love (But It's Not Bad)|
|2-18||I'm Always On A Mountain When I Fall|
|2-20||From Graceland To The Promised Land|
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NotesMerle Sings Forty Of His Greatest Songs Including
Okie From Muskogee
Workin' Man Blues
The Fightin' Side Of Me
Carolyn • Mama Tried
The Bottle Let Me Down
and Many More
Comes in jewelcase with slipcase.
Note: These songs are not the original versions, but are re-recorded in the mid-Nineties.
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