Merle Haggard – Someday We'll Look Back/I Love Dixie Blues 'So I Recorded 'Live' In New Orleans

2 on 1 CD – £9.99
Catalog No. BGOCD596
Someday We'll Look Back/I Love Dixie Blues 'So I Recorded 'Live' In New Orleans by Merle Haggard (1972/1973)
Originally released in 1972 and 1973 on the Capitol Records label . Recent releases by Merle have been exceptionally well received and have sold extremely well . Maverick country singer Merle Haggard represents an unusual intersection in American music, a crossroad where folk, pop, jazz and blues traditions are used to create his own soul-baring form of expression. With an impressive 39 No.1 country hits, numerous awards (Grammy, CMA, ACM, and BMI have all acknowledged him), the 65 year old Haggard has always set his own trends: he's the only country performer ever featured on the cover of jazz bible Downbeat; the only California-born singer in the Country Music Hall of Fame; and the only artist who's done stints both as an invited entertainer at the White House and in San Quentin's infamous solitary confinement 'hole' ' clearly a powerful, creative force


  1. Someday We'll Look Back:Someday We'll Look Back ' Train Of Life ' One Sweet Hello ' One Row At A Time ' Big Time Annie's Square ' I'd Rather Be Gone ' California Cottonfields ' Carolyn ' Tulare Dust ' Huntsville ' The Only Trouble With Me I Love Dixie Blues ' So I Recorded 'Live' In New Orleans:Hammin' It Up ' Everybody's Had The Blues ' Big Bad Bill (Is Sweet William Now) ' I Forget You Every Day ' I Ain't Got Nobody ' Carolyn ' Champagne ' Lovesick Blues ' The Emptiest Arms In The World ' Nobody Knows I'm Hurtin' ' Intro To 'Way Down Yonder in New Orleans' ' Way Down Yonder in New Orleans ' Okie From Muskogee ' I Wonder If They Ever Think Of Me ' Finale