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Lee Emerson - It's So Easy For You To Be Mean Album

Lee Emerson - It's So Easy For You To Be Mean Album
Title:
It's So Easy For You To Be Mean
Performer:
Lee Emerson
Style:
Country, Rockabilly
Released:
2011
Catalog:
BCD 16526 AH
Country:
Germany
MP3 album size:
1512 mb
FLAC album size:
2192 mb
Genre:
Label:
Bear Family Records

Tracklist


1A Pair Of Broken Hearts 2:36
2Where D'ja Go?
Piano, Vocals – Marty Robbins
1:59
3Dreams Always Lie 1:55
4Hossy Riding Police 3:13
5You Can't Hear Me 1:47
6I Thought I Heard You Calling My Name 2:48
7Ain't It Funny How Stripes Can Turn Love Off 2:02
8Totalin' Time 2:17
9Ten Thousand Crying Towels 2:45
10Truck Stop Cutie 2:18
11What A Night 1:54
12You Call That Waitin'? 2:18
13I Hate To Say Goodnite 2:33
14You Can't Hear Me (take 4) 1:58
15Forever Alone 2:44
16Thirty Blocks Across The City 1:55
17I'm Keeping It To Myself 2:17
18Start All Over 2:10
19Ben-Ja-Min Franklin 1:42
20Catch That Train 2:09
21Do You Think 2:25
22Waiting In The Shadows Late At Night2:34
23I'm Gonna Go In Hiding 1:57
24It's So Easy for You To Be Mean 1:54
25Gospel Truth (Like It Tis) 2:27
26So Little Time 2:20
27I've Thought Of Leaving Too 1:35
28You Don't Know 2:17
29Thank You My Darlin' 2:33
30Sinner's Corner 2:23
31I'm Gonna Rise And Shine Tonight 2:00
32I'll Know You're Gone
Vocals – Marty Robbins
1:49
33How Long Will It Be
Vocals – Marty Robbins
2:22
34Lover Boy 2:12
35I Cried Like A Baby 2:15


Credits


  • ArtworkRetrograph.de
  • Mastered ByMarcus Heumann
  • Photography, IllustrationBill Millar, R. A. Andreas, Rod Bellamy
  • ProducerDon Law, Huey P. Meaux, Uncle Mickey Moody
  • Reissue Producer, Liner Notes [Biography]Colin Escott
  • Reissue Producer, Tape, ResearchRichard Weize
  • Transferred By [Disc/Metal Part]Christian Zwarg, Doug Pomeroy


Notes


all the Demo's, Columbia, Wagon Wheel And Mercury recordings. Feat Marty Robbins.
Lee Emerson wrote classic country hits and recorded hillbilly, rockabilly, and even an R&B single


Barcodes


  • Barcode: 4 000127 165268
  • Label Code: LC 05197
  • Other: ISBN: 978-3-89916-598-2
  • Rights Society: GEMA


Companies


  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Bear Family Records
  • Copyright (c) – Bear Family Records


Album


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