Kentucky Hillbilly Rockabilly Man [Import]
This is quite an unusual release in that Delbert Barker was mainly a cover artist. Most cover albums of the 50s were quite poor and were released on inferior vinyl pressings through Mom & Pop stores, garages and supermarkets. Delbert Barker was an exception - he had a fine voice and his records sounded good. Originally from Kentucky, he recorded a huge number of country covers, especially Hank Williams songs. By 1956 Delbert was recording straight rockabilly, trying to catch a bit of the action generated by Carl Perkins. Tracks:1. NO GOOD - ROBIN HOOD2. NO HELP WANTED3. BLUE SUEDE SHOES4. NO I DON'T BELIEVE I WILL5. GOOSE BUMPS6. HEARTBREAK HOTEL7. SO DOGGONE LONESOME8. WILD HEART9. BLACKBERRY BOOGIE10. I JUST DON'T LIKE THIS KIND OF LIVING11. LOVE LOVE LOVE12. JUG BAND JUMP13. WHY BABY WHY14. IT'S a GREAT LIFE15. THERE MUST BE a WAY16. HEARTS OF STONE17. I CAN'T GET YOU OFF MY MIND18. HOW ABOUT a HANDOUT19. GLAD RAGS20. YOU'RE GONNA CHANGE21. THAT'S a SIN22. BROKEN HEART23. HEY JOE24. YOU BETTER KEEP IT ON YOUR MIND25. I'm a LONG GONE DADDY26. IT'S BEEN SO LONG DARLIN'27. BIMBO28. LONG GONE LONESOME 29. LOST HIGHWAY30. JAMBALAYA31. MOVE IT ON OVER32. I DON'T CARE33. MIND YOUR OWN BUSINESS34. NOBODY'S LONESOME FOR ME.
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