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Loco Country Volume II


Loco Country Volume Two
is the second release in LocoBop’s series of great country songs performed by great singers. There are many gems here, from the category of “The Best Songs You’ve Never Heard,” because they were unreleased – until now.

 

Rodeo announcer COTTON YANCEY starts us off

with the lament “Almost All Over You.” Songwriter

GARY GENTRY penned hits for Johnny Cash, Tim McGraw, Ray Charles, and George Jones. Here, Gary asks the question “What About Me?” THE PITIFULS’ country power ballad “Hold My Heart to the Fire” is a show-stopper. FERN KINNEY proves the pop/disco star has a magic country music touch on “They’re Not Losing You”. BARRANCO, BARRETT & CROCKETT serve up “A Place in My Heart” in classic cross-over style, followed by PAPA DON McMINN revealing deep country roots with his rueful “It Ain’t Nothing New.” TERRY WALL offers a melodic valentine on “The Bottom Line.” Massachusetts native MARCIA MICHAELS puts an insightful twist to the phrase “Forgive and Forget.” IVORY JOE HUNTER’s “Playing With a Losing Hand” shows his mastery as a story-teller. Shreveport, natives, THE ANDERSON BROTHERS are soulfully represented by Stefan’s self-penned: “Let’s Go to My Place.” BRENDA PATTERSON’s “Memphis At Midnight” shows why she’s a solid favorite of Memphis music fans.

 

Highlights: Playing With A Losing Hand (Ivory Joe Hunter), Let's Go To My Place (The Anderson Brothers) and They’re Not Losing You (Fern Kinney)

   

 

ALMOST ALL OVER YOU (Cotton Yancey)

WHAT ABOUT ME? (Gary Gentry)

HOLD MY HEART TO THE FIRE (The Pitifuls)

THEY’RE NOT LOSING YOU (Fern Kinney)

A PLACE IN MY HEART (Barranco, Barrett & Crocker)

IT AIN’T NOTHING NEW (Papa Don McMinn)

THE BOTTOM LINE (Terry Wall)

FORGIVE AND FORGET (Marcia Michaels)

PLAYING WITH A LOSING HAND (Ivory Joe Hunter)

LET'S GO TO MY PLACE (The Anderson Brothers)

MEMPHIS AT MIDNIGHT (Brenda Patterson)

 

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