Merle Haggard - Close Up album flac
Genre: Folk music
Title: Close Up
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Merle Ronald Haggard (April 6, 1937 – April 6, 2016) was an American country singer, songwriter, guitarist, and fiddler. Haggard was born in Oildale, California, during the Great Depression. His childhood was troubled after the death of his father, and he was incarcerated several times in his youth.
The Bluegrass Sessions (Merle Haggard album). The Bluegrass Sessions is the sixty-first studio album by American country music singer and songwriter Merle Haggard. This album was released on October 2, 2007 on the McCoury Music and Hag Records. The bulk of the album was cut live in the studio in one day, with very little overdubbing. Guests include Alison Krauss, Marty Stuart and dobro virtuso Rob Ickes.
As you listen to this song take notice the slight popping noise as the needle is lowered onto the record. It hits a piece of dust (shame on me) or doesn't hit the groove exactly right. Proof by that slight pop that many of us still do play vinyl records and albums.
Unforgettable (Merle Haggard album). Studio album by Merle Haggard. Unforgettable is an album by American country music singer and songwriter Merle Haggard, released in 2004. 2 Critical reception.
Merle Haggard - "Someday When Things Are Good". Haggard teamed up with then-wife Leona Williams to compose this gripping ballad about a relationship that was dead in the water. In true show business style, by the time this topped the chart in June of 1984, the couple had already been divorced for close to a year. 18. Merle Haggard - "Are The Good Times Really Over (I Wish A Buck Was Still Silver)". The lead single from his 1973 holiday album Merle Haggard’s Christmas Present, this tender number about a man who wasn’t able to provide a bountiful Christmas for his family touched a nerve with millions of fans who ached along with every line. Haggard said in interviews that he didn’t consider it a true song of the season, but the song still registers some impressive airplay each December.
Merle Ronald Haggard (April 6, 1937 – April 6, 2016) was an American country and Western songwriter, singer, guitarist, fiddler, and instrumentalist.
It's the song that makes you revere Merle Haggard as a honky-tonk hero and pity the poor women who had to put up with his hard living. Life doesn’t get much better than the one Haggard laid out in "Swinging Doors. He's got it all, from a jukebox to a barstool to a flashing neon sign. one night in Dallas in 1967, Merle Haggard asked his wife Bonnie Owens if she could go down the street to get him a hamburger. When she returned to their motel room, he had written "Today I Started Loving You Again. Upon release, Haggard quipped, "I'm giving it a higher score than any album I've made to date, but what the hell do I know?") The opening track "Wishing All These Old Things Were New" set the tone for his latest tales of redemption, wasting no time in cutting close to the bone: "Watching while some old friends do a line/holding back the want to in my own addicted mind.
Merle Haggard was born on April 6, 1937, near Bakersfield, California. The son of a railroad worker, Haggard grew up in Depression-era California and lived with his family in a box car that they had converted into their home. As a child, he was plagued by a respiratory condition, which frequently kept him out of school and confined to bed rest. In 1945 life grew even more difficult when his father died of a stroke, forcing his mother to find work and leave her young son in the care of family members. Their follow-up album, Swinging Doors, reached No. 1 on the country charts the following year, and in 1967 their single "I'm a Lonesome Fugitive" did the same. Later that year, Haggard doubled down on their runaway success with "Branded Man," his first self-penned No. 1 song.