Thanks to all my friends - country music fans - in Czech Republic - Vladimir Pikora, Michal Gololobov, Milos Holecek, Tony Foglar, Rene Pavlik and Petr Vitous. Should anybody holding a copyright claim to any of these materials object to their presence here, please post a comment, and I will promptly remove the download link. Fancy is an odd entry in her discography in that, though it features a self-penned title track, it's otherwise devoted entirely to outside material, recorded à la several white blue-eyed soulstresses circa 1970 at Muscle Shoals. But that's not to say it's not enjoyable, mostly for her superb earthy singing. PatchWork is indeed a masterpiece.
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Thanks to Xavier Maire for interesting additions and for info on his website www. For the movie, they changed the spelling from Billie to Billy. The track spent four weeks as the No. Thanks to Dick Grant for many artists files Thanks to Thieu Van De Vorst for a lot of additions and corrections Thanks to Goran Adolph for many rare albums info Thanks to Hans Sandbergfor many rare session data Thanks to Chris Huskey for many sessions info. Following the success of her debut single and album, Gentry's second studio album, , was released in February 1968. Thanks to Wolf Ruediger Sommer, who not only sent me additional data, but is also watch-dog, correcting my typos and other errors. It is powerful,authentic and has the feel of a Broadway musical.
Thanks to Robert Platt for priceless info on Canadian but not only artists. Thanks to Walter Gabriel for filling the gaps in track listings of rare albums and various artists compilations. In September 1968, Gentry was paired with and the duo released a collaboration album,. In any case you should see these selections as for evaluation purpose only and you're asked to delete the music 24 hours after storing it in your computer or external device. Thanks to Phil Watson for hard work on Crown Prince of country music discography. As such, it was never going to be among Gentry's more distinguished efforts. This silly review is pathetic.
Gentry's fifth studio album was released in July 1969. Thanks to Henk Scholts for long time cooperation. Thanks to Michel Ruppli, not only for his books which I use daily, but also for a large amount of rare and unpublished data from his giant archive. Thanks to Mario Manciotti for sending session details daily Thanks to Kurt Rokitta for a lot of session info Thanks to Bill Daniels for sharing a lot of labels info Thanks to Lillies Ohlsson for many western swing contributions. It did not reach the same level of commercial success as her first album. The last song in the list, Don't It Make My brown Eyes Blue, is sung by Crystal Gayle, not by Bobbie - they put 2 hits by different artists on one single.
Thanks also to Patrick Milligan, who created many discographies for Bear Family projects Thanks to Marek Bozickovic for picture in head And last but not least I would like to thank all who visit this blog - they come from more than 100 countries. Factory 2278 Chickasaw County Child: The Artistry of Bobbie Gentry: Ode to Billie Joe; Papa, Won't You Let Me Go to Town With You? Cameron - Wencesla's Square Pan's People 3:11 18 - Bobbie Gentry - Peaceful 2:39 19 - Bobbie Gentry - Greyhound Goin' Somewhere 2:30 20 - Bobbie Gentry - Refractions 2:29 21 - James Taylor - Country Road 2:33 22 - Bobbie Gentry - Cotton Candy Sandman 2:31 23 - Bobbie Gentry - Chickaswaw County Child 1:44 01 - Okolona River Bottom Band 2:57 02 - Big Boss Man 3:00 03 - Reunion 2:37 04 - Parchman Farm Blues 3:11 05 - Mornin' Glory 3:10 06 - Sermon 2:36 07 - Tobacco Road 2:49 08 - Penduli Pendulum 1:57 09 - Jessye 'Lisabeth 3:02 10 - Refractions 2:30 11 - Louisiana Man 2:42 12 - Courtyard 2:59 13 - Sweete Peony 2:30 14 - Casket Vignette 2:35 15 - Come Away Melinda 3:25 16 - Fool On The Hill 3:49 17 - Papa's Medicine Show 3:51 18 - Ace Insurance Man 3:33 19 - Recollection 2:11 20 - Sittin' Pretty 3:24 21 - Eleanor Rigby 2:32 22 - Peaceful 2:53 23 - Here, There And Everwhere 2:31 24 - Stormy 3:31 25 - Skip Along Sam 2:40 26 - Away In A Manger 2:37 01 - Benjamin 4:21 02. In April 1971, Gentry released her seventh studio album, , which would become her final album. Gentry in a publicity photo for Capitol Records in 1969. Gentry also released a total of thirty-one singles and fifteen extended plays. From 1971, Patchwork is by far the more artistically ambitious of the pair, as it consists entirely of original and self-produced material, whereas 1970s Fancy is mostly cover versions. London: Guinness World Records Limited.
Thanks to Richard Price for miscellaneous session information Thanks to Carl G. I suppose that this is result of too many files here, so I decided to open continuation on address there is typo in blog address but I cannot correct it I will start upload the files there next Saturday Feb. Thanks to many others who sent some info - all are important. That way you support the artists who produce it. Still, her singing remains fine, and some of the more serious and intimate songs 'Beverly,' 'Belinda,' 'Lookin' In,' and are fairly impressive.
That's part of the reason it's not one of the more impressive Gentry albums, another being that the songs don't rate among her very best, sometimes going off in unexpectedly bouncy or middle-of-the-road directions. This two-fer combo is a worthwhile roundup of two of Bobbie Gentry's more overlooked records. . . . .
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