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5.0 su 5 stelle Last of a Breed, Indeed! 3 maggio 2012
Di Infrequent Reviewer - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
Formato: Audio CD Acquisto verificato
If you like classic country music, the way it was intended to be played and heard, well, here's Ray Price at his best. Plenty of twin fiddles and steel guitar from the Cherokee Cowboys, Ray Price's long time back up band which once included the likes of Willie Nelson and Roger Miller among others. This is twangy country with most of the songs recorded in the 1950's. "The Road of No Return" "Talk to Your Heart" and "My Shoes Keep Walking Back to You" are songs that probably haven't been played on a country music radio station, perhaps even the Classic Country satellite stations, for years. For a true country classic fan, they're just great. More familiar tunes like "I'll Be There" "I've Got a New Heartache" and "Heart Over Mind" (a song I associate more with Mel Tillis, who also took a turn with the Cherokee Cowboys) are included with Ray Price standards like "Crazy Arms" (which introduced the 'Ray Price Beat' which transformed honky tonk country music at the time), "Release Me" (which Ray Price usually reminds audiences that he recorded way before Humperdink did) and the song that I tend to associate Ray Price the most with, the classic Harlan Howard tune, "Heartaches by the Number" -- when you listen to the twin fiddles and then the steel guitar come in on "Release Me" and "Heartaches by the Number", to me, country music just doesn't get better than that and probably never will. Another song on this CD is one of Roger Miller's first successes as a songwriter, "Invitation to the Blues" -- which he wrote while a member of Price's Cherokee Cowboys.

This CD isn't for everyone. If folks don't like twangy country music and the sound of twin fiddles/steel guitar, they won't care when you put on this CD. But I think good music is good music and to me, it doesn't get better with Ray Price and the Cherokee Cowboys singing real country music in their prime. If that's your taste in music, this CD will not disappoint. (And I just have to mention, that this CD plus the DVD "Last of the Breed" which features an 80-year old Ray Price still in good form -- illustrates why many think Ray Price (who was once Hank Williams' roommate) is significantly under-rated and should be right near the top of any listing of all time country greats).
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5.0 su 5 stelle Introduction to Honky Tonk 101 12 febbraio 2013
Di L. A. Grider - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
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This disc is , in fact, essential listening to any fan of traditional Country music. Ray began his career as a protege and imitator of Hank Williams, Sr. the early cuts on this disc show this style well. In the mid 50's, Ray flexed his stylistic muscles and, along with his band, developed a sound that became known as "the Ray Price Shuffle". Starting with Crazy Arms, these shuffles make up the latter half of our disc. The driving, dancable 4/4 style with pedal steel and twin fiddles was highly imitated by most of country music at the time, and is still loved by tradtionalists like Justin Trevino today. For a more extensive dose of Ray, I recommend the Bear Family set "The Honky Tonk Years", although it is 10 discs and carries a hefty price tag. For the uninitiated, The Essential Ray Price is the best way to experience a great artist in his prime.
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5.0 su 5 stelle Where's the 6th Star? 3 gennaio 2007
Di D. Pitts - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
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Yeah, I'd give this one 6 stars if I could. Ray Price invented the honky tonk sound, and this album clearly documents the development in wonderful progression. Tracks 1-5 are development, 6 through 20 are the best old, hard edge, wintage Texas honky tonk ever recorded. This takes me back to small Texas bars, my fake ID, and Ray Price and the Cherokee Cowboys singing for hours after the bar normally closed, everyone drunk and loving it. The album wisely ends before Ray went weird, singing such pop junk as "Danny Boy" and "For The good Times", and traveling with a frikkin orchestra. This is Ray in that short window of greatness, the true heart of the Texas honky tonk.
5.0 su 5 stelle Good music at a good price 4 aprile 2016
Di geno - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
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Good music at a good price. Can't find true country music anymore unless you go back to guys like Ray Price. The new stuff is no different then pop music.
5.0 su 5 stelle only 3 classic singers left on this planet 7 maggio 2008
Di David C. Engdahl - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
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When I first heard Ray I thought he was schmaltzy you know music for old people. Since I am old now I realize what an anthem he is for classic country music. I remember seeing him at the Medina Ballroom west of Minneapolis Mn. several years ago. He was INCREDIBLE with a 17 piece band, blue suit and a red string tie, microphone tight to his chest singing like a Bird. I stood in line for an autograph and Kissed him on the forehead and ran away quickly so he wouldn't catch me and beat me up. No smoking was allowed at the Medina that night 2 weeks later he was busted for POT possession In Texas.


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