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Format: Vinyl
Rel. Date: 01/08/2021
UPC: 934334409539

Age Of Worry / Various (Gate) [Limited Edition]
Artist: Age Of Worry / Various
Format: Vinyl


1. Billy Walker - Age of Worry
2. Durwood Haddock - I'm Gonna Quit Thinking
3. Billy Graves - the Lonesome Ape
4. Rusty Draper - Every Man Has a Prison
5. Durwood Haddock - Mac the Merchant
6. Carl Vaughn - Love Thy Neighbor
7. Ray Corbin - Life Doesn't Move Me
8. Tex Williams - the Night Miss Nancy Ann's Hotel for Single Girls Burned Down
9. Freddie Hart and the Heartbeats - That Almighty Dollar
10. Jimmy Driftwood - What Is the Color of the Soul of a Man
11. Grandpa Jones ; His Grandchildren - the Ladies Man
12. Don Reno - (My Mammy's Miss America) My Daddy's Uncle Sam
13. Vern Stovall - Code Alarm 7
14. Paul Clayton - Life Is a Toil
15. Kenny Jones - Is This the Way of the Free?
16. The Charades - Left Wing Birds
17. Capt. Ty Herrington (U.S. Special Forces - Green Berets) - a Gun Don't Make a Man
18. The Navigators - Space Coup

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From the people who brought you Hillbillies In Hell... Smooth countrypolitan sides of Doom, Apocalyptic Shag-Cowpokes, anti-Vietnam War Freak-Folkies, small-town Hayseed-Vignettes, ambulance-chasing Bluegrass, red-baiting exploitation-jangle-Folk-Pop and wigged-out Nashville space-age Instrumentals - you'll hear all that and much more on this extraordinary LP... Charting the tumultuous decade of 1960-1970, 'Age Of Worry' presents 18 somewhat nervous and seldom-heard oddities, obscurities and treasures from the depths of the Monument Records vault. Sometimes outrageous, sometimes sublime - listen to Vern Stovall lament the maudlin fate of 'Code Alarm 7', Rusty Draper on tortured suburban ennui and Captain Ty Herrington on emasculated masculinity. A spellbinding disc of Country Pop, Bluegrass, Folk and Novelty sides all touched in one way or another by Cold War tension and the changing tides of 1960s society. Many of these 45 cuts are extremely rare and are reissued here for the very first time. Somehow, somewhere... something for everyone