Bob Wills' Original Texas Playboys Under The Direction Of Leon McAuliffe - Heaven, Hell Or Houston album flac
Remember, we used to call it Country & Western.
Heaven, Hell Or Houston. Written-By – Hugh X. Lewis. B4. Silver Bells (That Ring In The Night). Written-By – Bob Wills, Stark. Original Texas Playboys (LP).
Back cover depicts Bob Wills Country Hall of Fame plaque. Recorded at Rosewood Studios - Tyler, Texas. B5. Blues So Bad. 2:48. Other Versions (1 of 1) View All. Cat.
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Leon McAuliffe (January 3, 1917 – August 20, 1988), born William Leon McAuliffe, was an American Western swing musician from Houston, Texas. View full artist profile. Play all. Shelley Lee Alley.
Wills and the Texas Playboys recorded with several publishers and companies, including Vocalion, Okeh, Columbia, and MGM, frequently moving. The addition of steel guitar whiz Leon McAuliffe in March 1935 added not only a formidable instrumentalist but a second engaging vocalist. Wills himself largely sang blues and sentimental ballads. The Bob Wills Birthday Celebration is held every year in March at the Cain's Ballroom in Tulsa, Oklahoma with a Western swing concert and dance.
|A1||Heaven, Hell Or Houston||3:29|
|A4||Hang Your Head In Shame||2:32|
|A5||Please Don't Leave Me Anymore||2:51|
|B2||The Kind Of Love I Can't Forget||3:07|
- Bass – Joe Frank Ferguson
- Cover – David Stallings
- Drums – Smoky Dacus*
- Engineer – Greg Hunt
- Executive-Producer – W.D. Stallings
- Fiddle – Bob Boatright, Gene Gasaway
- Guitar – Eldon Shamblin
- Piano – "Brother" Al Stricklin*
- Producer – David Stallings
- Producer, Directed By, Steel Guitar – Leon McAuliffe
- Vocals – Joe Frank Ferguson (tracks: B2), Leon McAuliffe (tracks: B5), Leon Rausch (tracks: A1, A4 to B2, B4)