Bob Wills - For Collectors Volume Two album FLAC
Western swing band founded in 1934 by Bob Wills after leaving The Light Crust Doughboys, active until 1965, reuniting with an ailing Wills in 1973. After the initial breakup in 1965, the band continued performing breifly "The Texas Playboys", reuniting again as The Original Texas Playboys Under The Direction Of Leon McAuliffe from 1973-1986.
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Tracks count: 8. Views: 24. Bob Wills and His Texas Playboys - Boot Heel Drag 02:44. Bob Wills and His Texas Playboys - Bob Wills' Special 02:31. Bob Wills and His Texas Playboys - Bubbles In My Beer 02:16.
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Carolina In The Morning. Can't Get Enough Of Texas. Legends of Country Music: Bob Wills and His Texas Playboys. Western Swing Best Of Bob Wills And His Texas Playboys.
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The tracks on this album are later recordings of Bob Wills from 1965 until his death. They are, by and large, not recorded with the Playboys (though one or two show up on a few tracks). Instead of the 30's/40's West Texas sound I love, these recordings have something of a Vegas/Sinatra 60's feel to them, especially in the backing.
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Vocals – Bill Choates
|A2||Blues For Dixie
Vocals – Tiny Moore
|A3||Take The "A" Train|
|A4||There'll Be Some Changes Made
Vocals – Eldon Shamblin
|A5||Twin Guitar Special|
|B2||Don't Let The Deal Go Down|
|B4||Sittin' On Top Of The World
Vocals – Bob Wills
Vocals – Bill Choates, Carl Luper
- Bass – Luke Wills
- Drums – Billy Jack Wills
- Fiddle – Bob Wills, Jesse Ashlock, Tiny Moore
- Guitar – Bill Choates, Eldon Shamblin
- Mandolin [Electric] – Tiny Moore
- Piano – Mancel Tierny*
- Steel Guitar – Herb Remington
- Trumpet – Alex Brashear
- Vocals – Bill Choates, Bob Wills, Carl Luper, Eldon Shamblin