Radney Foster - Del Rio, TX 1959 mp3 flacPerformer: Radney Foster
Title: Del Rio, TX 1959
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Genre: World - Country - Folk
Radney Foster - Del Rio, TX 1959 mp3 flac
Off the album Del Rio Texas. Авторы текста и музыки. Kim Richey, Radney Foster. SME (от лица компании "Arista Nashville"); Audiam (Publishing), UMPG Publishing, BMI - Broadcast Music In. LatinAutor - UMPG, LatinAutor, Abramus Digital, UBEM, UMPI, ASCAP, CMRRA" и другие авторские общества (10).
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Del Rio, TX 1959 is the debut album of American country music artist Radney Foster. It was released in 1992 (see 1992 in country music) on the Arista Nashville label, and it produced five singles for Foster on the Billboard country charts: "Just Call Me Lonesome", "Nobody Wins", "Easier Said Than Done", "Hammer and Nails", and "Closing Time". All of these except "Closing Time" were Top 40 hits on the country charts; "Nobody Wins" was the highest-charting, reaching #2.
Album · 1992 · 10 Songs. Del Rio, Tx 1959 Radney Foster. Listen on Apple Music.
Del Rio, TX 1959 Tracklist.
Radney Foster's first album since dissolving the much-missed Foster & Lloyd duo is a tribute to the songwriter's coming of age in small-town Texas and all the musical baggage that stowed aboard for the ride. On many of the tracks, Foster seems a little too conscious of wanting to deliver a pure country effort.
Del Rio, TX 1959 is the debut album of American country music artist Radney Foster It was released in 1992 see 1992 in country music on the Arista Nashvill. Just Call Me Lonesome" Radney Foster, George Ducas – 3:09. Don't Say Goodbye" Foster – 3:30. Easier Said Than Done" Foster – 3:39. A Fine Line" Foster – 4:00. Went for a Ride" Foster, Alice Randall – 4:06. Nobody Wins" Foster, Kim Richey – 3:29.
PLAY ALL. Del Rio, Tx 1959. Released by Sony Music Sep 1992 10 Tracks.
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On the solo Del Rio, TX 1959, Foster wades out into the deeper currents of country tradition and fishes out a Texas-swing honky-tonk album so good it could have come from George Strait. The title refers to the time and place of Foster's birth; it was a year when Texan George Jones topped the country charts with "White Lightning. So, I looked up the song on the Internet and found a copy of Fosters CD "Del Rio, TX 1959" (1992) that has that song on it and bought it. Well, I'm really glad that I did. The album is, for my taste, excellent.
Tracklist Hide Credits
|1||Just Call Me Lonesome
Harmony Vocals – Carl JacksonWritten-By – George Ducas, Radney Foster
|2||Don't Say Goodbye
Electric Guitar [Lead] – Albert LeeHarmony Vocals – Harry StinsonWritten-By – Radney Foster
|3||Easier Said Than Done
Harmony Vocals – Kim RicheyViolin [Viola] – Glen DuncanWritten-By – Radney Foster
|4||A Fine Line
Guitar [Additional] – George MarinelliHarmony Vocals – Curtis Young, Kim RicheyWritten-By – Radney Foster
|5||Went For A Ride
Harmony Vocals – Kim RicheyWritten-By – Alice Randall, Radney Foster
Harmony Vocals – Mary-Chapin Carpenter*Written-By – Kim Richey, Radney Foster
Electric Guitar [Lead] – Albert LeeFiddle – Glen DuncanHarmony Vocals – Carl JacksonWritten-By – Beth Nielsen Chapman, Radney Foster
Fiddle – Glen DuncanHarmony Vocals – Cindy Williams , Curtis Young, Kim RicheyWritten-By – Mark Sager, Radney Foster
|9||Hammer And Nails
Electric Guitar [Lead] – George MarinelliHarmony Vocals – John HiattWritten-By – Cindy Bullens, Radney Foster
Acoustic Bass – Glenn WorfGuitar – Randy ScruggsHarmony Vocals – Kim RicheyHarmony Vocals, Drums – Harry StinsonMandolin – Sam BushSlide Guitar – Lee Roy ParnellWritten-By – Radney Foster
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Arista Records, Inc.
- Copyright (c) – Arista Records, Inc.
- Recorded At – Treasure Isle Recorders
- Recorded At – Champagne Studios
- Mixed At – Sound Stage Studios
- Mixed At – Masterfonics
- Mastered At – Georgetown Masters
- Acoustic Guitar – Dan Dugmore
- Bass Guitar – Michael Joyce*
- Drums, Percussion – Bob Mummert
- Electric Guitar [Rhythm & Lead], Acoustic Guitar, Bass [6-String Bass], Mandolin – Bill Hullett
- Engineer [Second Engineer] – Brian Hardin, Craig White, Ed Simonton, Judy Trenary
- Mastered By – Denny Purcell
- Mastered By [Assistant] – Carlos Grier
- Mixed By – Chuck Ainlay (tracks: 1 to 9), Mike Poole (tracks: 10)
- Pedal Steel Guitar, Lap Steel Guitar – Steve Fishell
- Piano – John Propst
- Piano, Organ [Hammond B-3] – Pete Wasner
- Producer – Radney Foster, Steve Fishell
- Recorded By – Mike Poole (tracks: 1 to 10)
- Recorded By, Engineer [Second Engineer] – Randy Best (tracks: 6)
- Vocals, Acoustic Guitar – Radney Foster
NotesTrack 10 recorded live.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 07822-18713-2 7
|AC 8713, 07822-18713-4||Radney Foster||Del Rio, TX 1959 (Cass, Album, Club, Dol)||Arista, Arista||AC 8713, 07822-18713-4||US||1992|
|07822-18713-2||Radney Foster||Del Rio, TX 1959 (CD, Album)||Arista||07822-18713-2||Canada||1992|
|AC 8713||Radney Foster||Del Rio, TX 1959 (Cass, Album, Club)||Arista||AC 8713||Canada||1992|
|07822-18713-2||Radney Foster||Del Rio, TX 1959 (CD, Album, Club)||Arista||07822-18713-2||US||1992|
|07822-18713-4||Radney Foster||Del Rio, TX 1959 (Cass, Album, Dol)||Arista||07822-18713-4||US||1992|