Guy Clark Best Of The Sugar Hill Years
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- Released: March 13, 2007
- Originally Released: 2007
- Label: Sugarhill
- 1.Magnolia Wind
- 2.Cold Dog Soup
- 3.Soldier's Joy, 1864
- 4.South Coast of Texas - (live, Live)
- 5.Sis Draper
- 7.Ain't No Trouble to Me
- 8.Little of Both, A - (live, Live)
- 9.Dancin Days
- 10.Fort Worth Blues
- 11.Red River
- 12.Arizona Star
- 13.Bunkhouse Blues
- 14.Queenie's Song
- 15.Out in the Parking Lot - (live, Live)
Personnel: Guy Clark (vocals, guitar); Shawn Camp (vocals, guitar, fiddle); Verlon Thompson (guitar, National guitar, nylon-string guitar, banjo, mandolin, harmonica, percussion); Darrell Scott (guitar, baritone guitar, nylon-string guitar, dobro, banjo, mandocello, mandolin, accordion, marimbula); Tim O'Brien (fiddle); Suzy Ragsdale (accordion).
Recording information: Douglas Corner Cafe, Nashville, TN (10/31/1996-11/02/1996).
Photographer: Jim McGuire .
Covering Guy Clark's late-1990s tenure with the alternative country label Sugar Hill Records, BEST OF THE SUGAR HILL YEARS works as a surprisingly fine introduction to the Texas singer-songwriter. Though Clark began making his name back in the 1970s, his weathered-but-not-worn vocals and plainspoken lyrics became better and more truthful by the time of songs such as "Soldier's Joy 1864" and "Ain't No Trouble To Me." A cover of Steve Earle's "Fort Worth Blues" is a charming nod to a clear acolyte, and three live tracks complete the solid package.
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