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Format: CD
Sku: 262766825
UPC: 848064002444
UPC 14: 00848064002444
Release Date: 4/29/2014
Sales Rank: 3153
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Song Listing

Disc 1
Song Title
0. DISC 1:
1. Put Another Chair At the Table
2. Make Room In Your Heart For a Friend
3. I Can't Begin To Tell You
4. No Letter Today
5. Covered Wagon Rolled Right Along, The
6. Brushy Fork [Instrumental]
7. Yellow Rose of Texas
8. Columbus Stockade Blues [Version 1]
9. Paradise Isle [Instrumental]
10. I Wonder If You Feel the Way I Do
11. Year Ago Tonight, A
12. Brown Skin Gal [Instrumental]
13. Ride On! (My Prairie Pinto)
14. Travelin' Blues
15. Dear Old Southern Home
16. Liberty [Instrumental]
17. We Might As Well Forget It
18. Goodnight Little Sweetheart
19. On the Alamo [Instrumental]
20. Too Late
21. Sixteen Days In Georgia [Instrumental]
22. Rancho Grande, El
23. Under the Double Eagle [Instrumental]
24. It Makes No Difference Now
25. Ragtime Annie [Instrumental]
Disc 2
Song Title
0. DISC 2:
1. Sally Johnson [Instrumental]
2. Silver Dew On the Blue Grass Tonight
3. No Wonder (That I Love You)
4. I Knew the Moment I Lost You
5. I'm Thinking Tonight of My Blue Eyes
6. Love Letters In the Sand
7. River Stay 'Way From My Door
8. Soldier's Joy [Instrumental] [Version 2]
9. Have I Stayed Away Too Long
10. Margie
11. My Wild Irish Rose
12. Take Me Back To My Boots and Saddle
13. You Are My Sunshine
14. She's Killing Me
15. Detour
16. Bubbles In My Beer
17. Don't Be Ashamed of Your Age
18. Be Honest With Me
19. Don't Fence Me In [Take 2] ~ (take)
20. I'm an Old Cowhand [Take 2] ~ (take)
21. Don't You Hear Jerusalem Moan [Take 2] ~ (take)
22. My Little Buckaroo [Take 3] ~ (take)
23. Each Minute Seems Like a Million Years
24. She's Gone
25. Still Water Runs the Deepest
 

Album Notes and Credits


Notes & Personnel Info
Muze PNote Liner Note Authors: Mike Johnson ; Cary Ginell.
Muze PNote Recording information: Sound Recorders, San Francisco, CA (03/25/1946); Universal Studios, Mark Hopkins Hotel, San Francisco, C (03/25/1946); Sound Recorders, San Francisco, CA (04/08/1946); Universal Studios, Mark Hopkins Hotel, San Francisco, C (04/08/1946); Sound Recorders, San Francisco, CA (04/15/1946); Universal Studios, Mark Hopkins Hotel, San Francisco, C (04/15/1946); Sound Recorders, San Francisco, CA (04/22/1946); Universal Studios, Mark Hopkins Hotel, San Francisco, C (04/22/1946); Sound Recorders, San Francisco, CA (05/06/1946); Universal Studios, Mark Hopkins Hotel, San Francisco, C (05/06/1946); Sound Recorders, San Francisco, CA (05/13/1946); Universal Studios, Mark Hopkins Hotel, San Francisco, C (05/13/1946); Sound Recorders, San Francisco, CA (05/20/1946); Universal Studios, Mark Hopkins Hotel, San Francisco, C (05/20/1946); Sound Recorders, San Francisco, CA (05/27/1946); Universal Studios, Mark Hopkins Hotel, San Francisco, C (05/27/1946); Sound Recorders, San Francisco, CA (08/18/1947); Universal Studios, Mark Hopkins Hotel, San Francisco, C (08/18/1947); Sound Recorders, San Francisco, CA (08/30/1947); Universal Studios, Mark Hopkins Hotel, San Francisco, C (08/30/1947); Sound Recorders, San Francisco, CA (09/06/1947); Universal Studios, Mark Hopkins Hotel, San Francisco, C (09/06/1947); Sound Recorders, San Francisco, CA (12/30/1947); Universal Studios, Mark Hopkins Hotel, San Francisco, C (12/30/1947).
Muze PNote Photographers: R.A. Andreas; Tom Diamant; Cary Ginell.
Muze PNote Western swing pioneer Bob Wills released his first record in 1935, and was working on an album in 1973 when a stroke ended his musical career, but some of Wills' best and most enduring recordings were made with no intention of commercial release. Between 1946 and 1949, Wills and his band the Texas Playboys cut over 400 songs for a syndicated radio series put together by Wills and business partners Cliff Sundin and Cliffton Johnsen; these sessions came to be known as the "Tiffany Transcriptions," and captured Wills and company in rare form -- while the performances were often off the cuff, with arrangements worked out on the spot, they documented the group in a relaxed yet engaged mood where the bandmembers could stretch out and follow their instincts, and the interplay between the musicians and the inspired soloing more closely reflected the band's on-stage sound than their commercial 78s. While 150 of the Tiffany tracks had been rediscovered and reissued in the '70s, the rest were believed to be lost, but another 49 selections were subsequently discovered in the Warner Music Group's tape vaults, and they've been released on Riding Your Way: The Lost Transcriptions for Tiffany Music 1946-1947. It's hard to say why these performances fell by the wayside, but it certainly wasn't a matter of quality; this music is every bit as satisfying as the other Tiffany material that's previously appeared, and like the earlier tracks, this music is a testament to the vision of bandleader Wills and the skill of his sidemen. Wills created a unique mixture of country, jazz, blues, and pop, and the bracing fusion of genres often suggested the early sound of rock & roll that would emerge within a decade (especially when guitarist Eldon Shamblin played one of his overdriven solos). And whether the band is playing country favorites, jazz classics, pop standards, or even traditional folk or gospel numbers, the Texas Playboys sound fiery and joyous, as the twin fiddles of Wills and James C. Holley, the pedal steel of Herb Remington, and the muted horn work of Alex Brashear come together to give this band a unique personality that borrowed from hillbilly and jazz styles, but was ultimately something else altogether. Considering these performances were drawn from discs cut in the mid-'40s, the audio is very good, clear and well-detailed, and the music is a delight -- it's no wonder Wills can't help letting out one of his trademark "Aw-haw!" hollers on almost every track when the music sounds and feels this good. Riding Your Way is a valuable addition to the library of any Bob Wills fan, and a fine introduction to an often overlooked giant of American music. ~ Mark Deming

Producer: Mike Johnson; Gordon Anderson; Patrick Milligan; Mike Johnson (Compilation); Gordon Anderson (Compilation); Patrick Milligan (Compilation)

Compilation Appearances

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Associated Artists and Works

Tribute To The Music Of Bob Wills And... ~ Asleep At The Wheel
Bush, Johnny
Haggard, Merle
Jezzro, Jack
Langford, Jon
McKinney Sisters
Pine Valley Cosmonauts (The)
Playboys, Texas
Price, Ray

Technical Info

Music Release Date Release Date : 04/29/2014
Music Original Release Date Original Release Date : 2014
Music CatalogId Catalog ID : RGM-0244
Music Label Name Label : Real Gone Music
Music Number of Discs Number of Discs : 2
Music Mono or Stereo Mono/Stereo : Stereo
Music SPAR code SPAR Code : n/a
Music UPC UPC : 00848064002444

Product Attributes
Product attributeArtist:   Wills,Bob & His Tex
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