Merle Norman : 4 results priced between £2.00 and £25.00
Merle Haggard - Live at Billy Bob's Texas
Personnel: Merle Haggard (vocals, guitar); Jarvis Green, Freddy Powers (acoustic guitar); Redd Volkart (guitar); Norman Hamlet (pedal steel guitar,dobro); Johnny Gimble (mandolin, fiddle); Jimmy Belken, Abe Manuel (fiddle);Don Markham (saxophone, trumpet, background vocals); Eddie Curtis (bass); Randy Mason (drums); Theresa Lane Haggard, Bonnie Owens (background vocals).Recorded live at Billy Bob's Texas, Fort Worth, Texas. Includes liner notes by Bill Mack.Personnel: Merle Haggard;
Bonnie Prince Billy - Ask Forgiveness (Vinyl LP) [VINYL]. Norman
Will Oldham reappears with a mysterious new record release ‘Ask Forgiveness’ is a collection of cover versions as performed by Will Oldham.Eight songs featuring songs by Bjork, Merle Haggard, The Mekons and R Kelly, sometimes combining different songs together, such as on the Danzig / Roky Erikson combo ‘Am I Demon’. The record was recorded with Meg Baird and Greg Weeks from the band Espers in Philadelphia.As with all Bonnie releases, this will prove popular amongst his rabid fanbase, as well as...
John Doe And The Sadies - Country Club (Vinyl LP) [VINYL]. Norman
Here, the Countrypolitan sound of late 1960s Nashville is filtered through the telecaster-based tonk of Bakersfield and the results are simply stunning. Classic tunes by Merle Haggard and Waylon Jennings stand alongside four originals - one courtesy of the timeless pairing of John Doe and Exene Cervenka.
Beck - I Just Started Hating Some People Today / Blue Randy (7" vinyl) [VINYL]. Norman Records UK
We’re bang up to date here at Normans - we’re reviewing this off a web link as we don’t have a promo (or the stock at the moment) so please bear with me. This is Beck as produced by ladies man J ack White and really the best way to describe the A side is Beck goes country and western. Note: not country, not alt country not lo-fi country - I’ve added the ‘western’ for a reason. Its kind of like Merle Haggard, Michael Nesmith and Gram Parsons rolled into one disjointed ball (if I was being kind). If...