Lost in the Music 1978-89
You’ve got your Hank Snow, you’ve got your Wilf Carter—and you’ve got your Dick Damron, another of Canada’s most treasured country stars. Bear Family recently released a 3-CD anthology of Dick’s early recordings (More Than Countryfied). Now, they’re shining the spotlight on his most commercially successful era: his 1978–89 RCA period. This is the stuff that producer Joe Bob Barnhill called "not as hard-driving as Waylon, not as laid-back as Don Williams." However you slice it, this is some mighty fine hard country and honky tonk, with some beautiful love songs and huge Canadian hits heard along the way: The Minstrel; Lost in the Music; Sweet Lady; Dollars; High on You; Sweet September; Countryfied; Soldier of Fortune; Reunion; Sundown Lady; Homegrown; Softer Than Satin; The Ballad of T.J.’s; The Lady; Wild Horses; Masquerade; Lover; 1955; Farewell to Arms…195 minutes of music plus an extensive booklet!
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