Tuesday, September 04, 2007

They really laid it on thick

On the turntable has been Cowboys Ain't Supposed to Cry, Moe Bandy, Columbia 34874. I know that I bought this at Reed Music on Congress, because the label's stil on it. This has all the best session sidemen on it, including Johnny Gimble, plus the Jordanaires. Anybody would recognize some of the tracks on this album, some of which were at least sort of semi-hits. My favorite track is Up To Now I've Wanted Everything But You (K.P. Powell). Now that's what makes the jukebox play. This album's from 1977 or thereabouts, back when Moe Bandy (and Joe Stampley, too) used to play in Austin quite a bit and we heard them live on Austin City Limits (Moe twice, and Joe with Moe once).


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