June Carter recorded it between October 2002 and March 2003, the song would be included in her post-album album, Wildwood Flower, (Dualtone 2003), it was June Carter Cash's last solo album. It was released in 2003 on the Dualtone record label, four months after his death and just a few days before the death of Johnny Cash, who provides backing vocals, making this the final release of his life. The album was produced by her son, John Carter Cash. The album's opening track, “Keep on the Sunny Side
“Mama he's crazy”, song written by Kenny O'Dell, was recorded by the duo The Judds (Naomi Judd & Wynonna Judd) for the RCA / Curb label, on March 27, 1983, at Creative Workshop, 2804 Azalea Ave. , Nashville, TN, in the same session 6 other songs were recorded, The Judds, were accompanied in the session by: Don Potter (guitar), Mark Casstevens (rythm guitar and harmonica), Sonny Garrish (steel and dobro), Jack Williams (bass), Eddie Bayers (drums), Bobby Ogdin and Gene Sisk (piano). With the prod
“The Lord Made A Hobo Out Of Me”, a song written and recorded by Boxcar Willie for the Column One label, recorded in early 1976, at LSI Sound Studio, Nashville, TN, at the recording session, Boxcar was accompanied by: Buddy Spicher (fiddle), Cliff Parker (lead guitar), Arliss Scott (rhythm guitar), Willie Rainsford (piano), Bob Moore (bass) and Jerry Kroon (drums) . With the production of Jim Martin and Jim Vest, it was released In winter of 1976, the song failed to enter the Top of Hot Country
“After Closing Time”, song written by Billy Sherrill, Danny Walls and Norro Wilson, was recorded by David Houston and Barbara Mandrell, for the Epic label, was recorded on July 22, 1970, at Columbia Recording Studio, 804 16th Ave. South, Nashville, TN. With the production of Billy Sherrill, the single was released on September 2, 1970, the song reached number # 6 on the charts of U.S Hot Country Songs, on November 21, 1970.
The song was included in the debut album as David and Barbara’s duo, A
Song written by Chip Hardy, Rick Carnes & Janis Carnes, was recorded by the Trio, The Whites, for the Elektra label, was recorded in June 1982, in Nashville, TN, participated in the recording, The Whites (Sharon White (vocal), Cheryl White (vocal), Buck White (vocal, mandolin and piano), Jerry Douglas (dobro & steel), Joe Osborne and Emory Gordy (bass), Kenny Malone (drums) and Ricky Skaggs (fiddle) . With the production of Ricky Skaggs, was released, in December of 1982, arrived at number # 9 o
“The Baptism of Jesse Taylor”, a song written by Dallas Frazier and Sanger D. Shafer, was recorded by Johnny Russell for the RCA label on May 24, 1973, at RCA Victor Studio, 800 17th Ave. South, Nashville, TN, in the same session also recorded, Rednecks, White Socks and Blue Ribbon Beer were also recorded, the song was released in September 1973, on January 12, 1974, reached number # 14 on the US Hot Country Songs charts, remaining A total of 13 weeks on the charts. On the Canadian Rpm Country A
This song was written in the early 80’s, by Dean Dillon and Linda Hardgrove, and recorded for the first time by David Allan Coe, for the Columbia label in 1981, reaching number 77 on the country charts, and being included on the album, Tennessee Whiskey (Columbia 1981). Later I record another version George Jones, in 1983 for the epic label, included on the album Shine on (Epic 1983), achieving greater success than the first version, arriving at the number 2 position of the country charts in USA
Song written by Kris Kristofferson, in August 1971, for the seal Monument, with the production of Fred Foster. Interestingly the song was never released on country charts, it was released on lists, U.S. Billboard Hot 100 & U.S. Billboard Hot Adult Contemporary Tracks, arriving at the position number 26 and number 4, respectively. The song was included on the album, The Silver Tongued Devil and I (Monument 1971).
“Call me the breeze”, a song written by J. J. Cale, was recorded by Bobby Bare for the Columbia label, in March 1981, at Columbia Recording Studio, 34 Music Sq. East, Nashville, TN. In the recording session of the album, Bobby was accompanied by: Albert Lee (guitar), Paul Worley (guitar), Sonny Curtis (acoustic guitar), Henk DeVito (steel), Emory Gordy (bass), Larrie Londin (drums), Ricky Skaggs (fiddle), Dennis Burnside and Tony Burns (piano), Danny Flowers (harmonica), Rodney crowell, Rosanne
“Falling in love,” a song written by Bob McDill and W. Holyfield, was recorded by Don Williams for ABC Dot label, between April and May 1977, in Jack Clement Recording Studio, 3102 Belmont Blvd., Nashville, TN, along With the song “Falling in love”, three other songs were recorded in the session (Louisiana Saturday Nigth, Sneakin 'around and Look around you). In the recording session Don was accompanied by: Dave Kirby (guitar), Bob McDill (guitar), Lloyd Green (steel and dobro), Joe Allen (bass)