Johnny Paycheck - Outlaws Prayer: Epic Country Hits 1971 - 1981 album
prayer was released in 1978 and would peak at on the Country singles charts, The album would peak at on the Country album charts.
Songs recorded from 1971-1981. Track 19 recorded in 1980 at the Lonestar Cafe.
In country music’s roster of great honky tonk singers, Johnny Paycheck is without doubt one of the greatest. In all he accumulated sixty country chart hits between 1965 and 1989 and placed twenty albums on the country LP charts between 1966 and 1987.
In 1971 he signed with Epic Records and stayed with the label for over 10 years. Overall, Paycheck's discography consists of 30 studio albums (including some belated issues of previously unreleased material), 4 live albums and 1 collaborative studio album, in addition to many compilation albums. Given the obscure nature of much of Paycheck's work, sources have been added for each of the releases. Release date: July 1981. Label: Epic Records (FE-37345). C^ "The Outlaw's Prayer" also peaked at No. 27 on New Zealand Singles Chart. "Professional Achievements". "American album certifications – Johnny Paycheck – Greatest Hits Vol. II". Recording Industry Association of America.
Listen free to Johnny Paycheck – The Outlaws Prayer (She Thinks I Still Care, In Memory of a Memory and more). Discover more music, concerts, videos, and pictures with the largest catalogue online at Last. Johnny Paycheck (May 31, 1938 – February 18, 2003) was a country music singer.
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Their Greatest Hits (1971–1975). Their Greatest Hits (1971–1975) is the first compilation album by the Eagles, released in 1976. The album contains a selection of songs from the Eagles' first four albums released in the period from the Eagles' formation in 1971 up to 1975. It was the best-selling album of the 20th century in the United States, and it stayed the best-selling album in the .
The Outlaws Prayer ~ Epic Country Hits 1971-1981, Johnny Paycheck Audio CD. Johnny Paycheck. Raven presents for the first time on CD two of the finest US "outlaw country" albums ever made. 11 Months And 29 Days was much more than the length of (one of) JOHNNY PAYCHECK'S sentences for lawless behaviour. Recorded for Columbia in 1976 it marked a turning point for the singer dubbed "one of the greatest honky tonkers of his time". With five bonus tracks from Paycheck's stunning tribute to Merle Haggard Mr. Hag Told My Story this top value 2-for-1 captures the distinctive voice of a rebellious and influential country artist at the peak of his craft. Superb quality audio, 25 tracks, over 75 minutes of music with detailed liner notes and period photographs.
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|1||She's All I Got||2:55|
|2||Someone To Give My Love To||3:00|
|3||Let's All Go Down To The River
Performer – Jody Miller
|4||Love Is A Good Thing||2:42|
|5||Somebody Loves Me||2:48|
|6||Something About You I Love||2:35|
|8||Song And Dance Man||2:32|
|9||My Part Of Forever||2:58|
|10||Loving You Beats All I've Ever Seen||2:07|
|11||The Feminine Touch||2:36|
|12||11 Months And 29 Days||3:45|
|13||I Can See Me Lovin' You Again||3:21|
|14||Slide Off Of Your Satin Sheets||2:57|
|15||I'm The Only Hell (Mama Ever Raised)||3:06|
|16||Take This Job And Shove It
Composed By – David Allan Coe
|18||Georgia In A Jug||2:41|
|19||Me And The I.R.S. (Live)||3:11|
|20||Friend, Lover, Wife||3:06|
Composed By – Chuck BerryPerformer – George Jones
|22||The Outlaw's Prayer||5:03|
|23||Drinkin' And Drivin'||3:02|
|25||You Better Move On
Performer – George Jones
|26||I Can't Hold Myself In Line
Performer – Merle Haggard
- Acoustic Guitar – Ronnie Reno (tracks: 26)
- Backing Vocals – Diane Tidwell (tracks: 21, 25), Janie Fricke (tracks: 21, 25), Judy Anderson (tracks: 21, 25), Nick DeStefano (tracks: 21, 25), The Jordanaires (tracks: 1, 7), The Nashville Edition (tracks: 1, 16, 17, 18)
- Bass – Michael McBride (tracks: 19, 23, 24), Stephen R. Shaffer (tracks: 21, 25)
- Drums – Biff Adams* (tracks: 26), Jerry Kroon (tracks: 21, 25), Johnnie Barber (tracks: 19, 23, 24)
- Electric Bass – Dennis Hromak (tracks: 26)
- Electric Guitar – Merle Haggard (tracks: 26), Phil Baugh (tracks: 21, 25), Roy Nichols (tracks: 26)
- Fiddle – Tommy Jackson (tracks: 19, 23, 24)
- Guitar – Billy Sanford (tracks: 21, 25), Cliff Parker (tracks: 21, 25)
- Harmonica – P.T. Gazell (tracks: 19, 23, 24)
- Piano – Barry Walsh (tracks: 19, 23, 24), Mark Yeary (tracks: 26)
- Producer – Billy Sherrill
- Saxophone – Don Markham (tracks: 26)
- Steel Guitar – Jim Murphy (tracks: 19, 23, 24), Norman Hamlet (tracks: 26)
NotesSongs recorded from 1971-1981.
Track 19 recorded in 1980 at the Lonestar Cafe. NY, NY.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 5-103929883383
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