Hoyt Axton Rustyold Halo / Where Did The Money Go
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- Released: July 31, 2006
- Label: Diablo Records Uk
- 1.A Rusty Old Halo
- 2.Della and the Dealer
- 3.The Hotel Ritz
- 4.So Hard to Give It All Up
- 7.Viva Pancho Villa
- 8.Wild Bull Rider
- 9.In a Young Girl's Mind
- 10.Gotta Keep Rollin'
- 11.Everybody's Goin' on the Road
- 12.Betty La Rue
- 13.Boozers Are Losers
- 15.(When You Dance) You Do Not Tango
- 16.Smile as You Go By
- 17.Where Did the Money Go?
- 18.Some People Ride
- 19.Midnight in Memphis
- 20.Ease Your Pain
- 21.The Battle of New Orleans
- 22.The House Song
2 LPs on 1 CD.
Personnel includes: Hoyt Axton, James Burton, Dr. John, Garth Hudson, Stephen Stills, Paul Butterfield, Jeff Baxter.
Personnel: Hoyt Axton (vocals); Mark Dawson (vocals, harmonica, background vocals); Michael Axton (vocals, harmonica); Bambi Roberts (vocals, piano, Fender Rhodes piano); Frank Lawson (vocals); Tony Johnson (guitar, drums, percussion); Jeff Baxter (guitar); Hank Barrio (acoustic guitar, acoustic 12-string guitar, electric guitar); James Burton, Bill Kirchen (acoustic guitar, electric guitar); Ben Benay (acoustic guitar); Stephen Stills, Mike Allsup (electric guitar); John McEuen (banjo); Dennis Fetchet (mandolin, fiddle); Paul Butterfield (harmonica); Garth Hudson (accordion); David Woodford (saxophone); Wayne DeVillier, Glen D. Hardin (piano); John Mauceri (drums, percussion); Mike Botts (drums); Pepper Watkins, Marty Gwinn, Jana Lee Dare, Marilyn Scott, Shelby Flint (background vocals).
Liner Note Author: Alan Robinson .
Recording information: Mountain Madness Studio, Tahoe City, CA.
In the late '70s, Hoyt Axton founded Jeremiah Records to release his new albums, and this import two-fer reissues the label's first two offerings. The first, A Rusty Old Halo, takes its name from Axton's rocking remake of a song recorded decades earlier by the Maddox Brothers & Rose. That and "Della and the Dealer," the latter of which Axton performed on the television sitcom WKRP, were Top 20 country hits. Two other singles from this quality album, "Wild Bull Rider" and "Evangelina," also entered the country Top 40. Where Did the Money Go? from 1980 was much less successful, and the material is accordingly more uneven. A scarcity of Axton originals and a few outright clunkers are two of the problems with the album, which is better appreciated in tandem with A Rusty Old Halo than alone. ~ Greg Adams
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