Various ‎– God Less America

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Crypt Records ‎– CW-5ICKO
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Vinyl, LP, Compilation, Blue Labels
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Tracklist

A1 Ramblin' Ed Bailey* 8 Weeks In A Barroom
A2 Arkey Blue & The Blue Cowboys Too Many Pills
A3 Billy Ray (2) The Story Of Susie
A4 Chuck Wells Down And Out
A5 Harry Johnson (2) It's Nothing To Me
A6 Horace Heller Ed's Place
A7 Pierce Brothers Death Row
A8 Country Johnny Mathis Caryl Chessman
B1 Troy Hess Please Don't Go Topless Mother
B2 Hi Fi Guys* Rock&Roll Killed My Mother
B3 Mohawk & The Rednecks Enchanted Forest
B4 Cal Veale Paralyzed
B5 Paul Barton (4) My Neighbor The Firefighter
B6 Granpa Joe The Drunken Driver
B7 Eddie Noack Dolores
B8 Billy Barton The Devil, My Conscience And I
B9 Lum Hatcher Behind The Fear

Notes

Country&Western fer all ye Sinners' n' Sufferers, 1955 - 1966.

Blue & Silver labels.

Other Versions (2 of 2) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
CW5ICKO Various God Less America(CD, Comp) Crypt Records CW5ICKO Germany 1995 Sell This Version
CW-5ICKO Various God Less America(LP, Comp, Yel) Crypt Records CW-5ICKO US 1995 Sell This Version

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elslammer

elslammer

May 18, 2016
The LP is Genius, Tim Warren is THEE compiler! If you dig Porter Waggoner-Rubber Room, and Johnny Lance-The Big Tragedy, and Eddie Noack-Psycho from Wavy Gravy, then you need to track this down!
Bradx

Bradx

November 16, 2010

Great collection of novelty country tunes. Exploito tales of pill-popping, drink driving, topless dancin and other assorted off-colour antics. The guy (Tim Warren?) who compiled this crazy batch of c&w reccuds must've scraped most of 'em offa the walls and floors of record stores from Cheyenne to Tennessee. Impacted and encrusted crud from the 50s and 60s... the spoils of years of crate diggin. Probably lookin for other treasures at the time (specifically garage punk) .... but ending up with a cool-sounding batch of country wonders (just check the titles!). Nowadays most folk in the musick biz are just too knowing (ie lame) to record and release this type of novelty gloop - but the 50s n 60s fairly spilleth over with it. I'd love to see a second volume.