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Format: CD
Label: BFY
Rel. Date: 04/09/2021
UPC: 5397102175602

Gonna Shake This Shack Tonight: Barracuda
Artist: Cliffie Stone
Format: CD


1. Barracuda
2. Roly Poly
3. Domino
4. Blue Moon Of Kentucky
5. He's A Real Gone Oakie
6. Cream Of Kentucky
7. Gonna Marry That Gal
8. Sugar Hill
9. Tennessee Central (Number 9)
10. Country Junction
11. Square Dance Boogie
12. The Board Of Education
13. Everyone's Sweetheart And Nobody's Gal
14. B-One Baby
15. I Don't Know
16. Tater Pie
17. Please, Please
18. Dirty Dishes
19. Peepin' Through The Keyhole
20. Jump Rope Boogie
21. Philosophy
22. The Shot Gun Boogie
23. T-N-Teasin' Me
24. Blue Suede Shoes
25. Here Comes The Train
26. Sugar Pie
27. Catfish Boogie
28. Watch It, Neighbour
29. The Popcorn Song
30. Bim Bam Baby
31. The Grunt Song

More Info:

-Without compromises: Bear Family finally delivers the most comprehensive and competent re-view of the career of the country musician, rockabilly pioneer, songwriter, session musician and high-ranking A&R representative at Capitol Records in L.A.. -Beginning in the late '40s, he discovered Tennessee Ernie Ford and Hank Thompson, among others. -At the same time, as a musician, he was involved in the development of rockabilly. -He himself recorded a large number of records for Capitol! -This CD provides the best selection of his recordings from 1947 to 1955, Western Swing, Hillbilly Boogie and Rock 'n' Roll with singers like Billy Strange, Stan Freberg, Speedy West and Ferlin Husky. -With his bands and orchestras he accompanied a lot of colleagues like Tennessee Ernie Ford or Bob Roubian - also a discovery of Cliffie Stone - whose best Rock 'n' Roll numbers we present as well. -Extensive booklet with many photos and a carefully researched biography by Roland Heinrich. He was instrumental in the development of country music and rockabilly on the U.S. West Coast in the years after World War II: Cliffie Stone, born in California in 1917, toured as a country musician with his own bands and orchestras and left significant footprints in music history as a high-ranking A&R representative with a keen sense for talented fellow musicians. As host of various radio shows beginning in the early 1940s and later of his own TV show, Hometown Jamboree, which aired until 1960, he furthered the ca-reers of such peers as Lefty Frizzell, Jim Reeves, Tex Ritter, Johnny Cash, Eddy Arnold, Johnny Horton, Ferlin Husky, Merle Travis and many others who performed on the air. As an A&R man at the young, up-and-coming Capitol Records in Los Angeles, starting in 1947, he discov-ered Hank Thompson and Tennessee Ernie Ford, among others, whom he also managed until 1957, and recorded a host of great records for Capitol himself!