Many George Jones LPs contained a Noack song; in fact, he once did a whole album of Noack songs (Hank Snow covered him, too). Those who love Eddie’s ’50s honky-tonk stuff (which Bear Family has anthologized) might be amazed to find what Eddie recorded in the ’60s: serial-killer songs and other odes to the abnormal. The discovery of these made Noack a cult hero to ’60s Cramps and Meteors fans; his deranged delights Psycho and Dolores join Stolen Rose; Tell Her; The Fall-Out; Cotton Mill; Barbara Joy…24 tracks and a 64-page booklet illustrated by German graphic-novel artist Reinhard Kleist! Bear Family.
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