- Performer The Shacklefords
- Title Their Complete Recordings
- Date of release 1994
- Other formats DXD MP1 TTA ASF MPC WMA AC3
- Genre Folk music
- Size MP3 1816 mb
- Size FLAC 1462 mb
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Album titlle: Their Complete Recordings (CD). Year of publication 1994. Label LHI. Artikelart CD. EAN: 0801119630672. Shacklefords, The - Their Complete Recordings (CD) CD 1. 01. Mama Was A Cottonpicker. 02. (There Goes) The Big Boss Man. 03. Sweet Molly (Life Can Be So Cruel).
The Shacklefords were a short-lived folk-pop act led by two of the more interesting figures in the . Roe, Bobby Bare, the Marathons, and Chubby Checker).
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All that is the case with The Shacklefords Sing, a project that ostensibly consisted of three fresh-faced kids singing in a folk-revival style, but actually featured the wizened Hazlewood plus fellow songwriter/producer Marty Cooper and Hazlewood's former wife, nee Naomi Shackleford. Such dubious origins rarely score in an artistic sense, but as with other Hazlewood projects, there are many bright moments.
|1||Mama Was A Cottonpicker||2:15|
|2||(There Goes) The Big Boss Man||2:13|
|3||Sweet Molly (Life Can Be So Cruel)||2:12|
|5||If The World Don't End Tomorrow||2:32|
|6||A Stranger In Your Town||2:10|
|7||Our Little Boy Blue||2:25|
|12||You'll Never Have My Love So True||2:29|
|13||My Name Is Jimmy Brown||2:10|
|14||The City Never Sleeps At Night||2:49|
|16||Ain't It, Babe?||2:25|
|17||Mansion Of Tears||2:13|
|18||Muddy Muddy River||2:27|
|20||Let The Good Times Roll||2:42|
|21||Everything I Touch Turns To Tears||2:47|
|22||Not The Lovin' Kind||2:27|
|23||Five Feet High And Rising||2:10|
|24||That Old Freight Train||2:25|
|25||The Biplane, Evermore||2:57|
|26||First Street Blues||2:19|
|27.1||Interview At "The Silver Platter Show" Arizona 1966 And The Shacklefords Singing "One"
Interviewee – Lee Hazlewood, Marty Cooper
|28||California Sunshine Girl||2:43|
|30||It's My Time||2:46|
|31||One More Time, Billy Brown||3:56|