It couldn’t have been easy for David Frizzell being the younger brother of country legend Lefty Frizzell, but he achieved great chart success in the 1980s with his Warner / Viva label recordings both as a solo artist and with his duet recordings with Shelly West.
"The Family’s Fine, But This One’s All Mine” from 1982 reached No. 7 on the Billboard charts and remained there for 42 weeks. It includes the No. 1 single and Country Music Association nominated song of the year ‘I’m Gonna Hire A Wino To Decorate Our Home’. Also included is the No. 5 single ‘Lost My Baby Blues’.
"On My Own Again” from 1983 includes the Top 10 single ‘Where Are You Spending Your Nights These Days’ as well as ‘A Million Light Beers Ago’ and ‘Black and White’.
The track ‘We Won’t Be Hearing "Always Late” Anymore’ features the voices of all three Frizzell brothers, Lefty, David and Allen.
Both albums appear for the first time on CD.
Produced by Snuff Garrett and Steve Dorff.
Released on 13th January 2014
1. LOST MY BABY BLUES
2. AS SOON AS A WALTZ AIN’T ¾ TIME
3. I’M GONNA HIRE A WINO TO DECORATE OUR HOME
4. MAYBE THERE’S LOVE AFTER YOU AFTER ALL
5. LONESTAR LONESOME
6. I WISH THAT I COULD HURT THAT WAY AGAIN
7. SHE’S UP TO ALL HER OLD TRICKS AGAIN
8. SWEET SWEET SIN
9. SINGLE AND ALONE
10. LET’S HAVE A PARTY
11. A MILLION LIGHT BEERS AGO
12. WHERE ARE YOU SPENDING YOUR NIGHTS THESE DAYS
13. SHE’S READY FOR SOMEONE TO LOVE HER
14. ALL THE KING’S MEMORIES
16. SHE WANTED ME
17. BLACK AND WHITE
18. WE’RE BACK IN LOVE AGAIN
19. SHE WANTS YOU TO LOVE HER
20. WE WON’T BE HEARING "ALWAYS LATE” ANYMORE
Our Price: £9.95
& EXPANDED 2 CD DIGIPACK EDITION OF THE 1988 LIVE ALBUM BY BARCLAY JAMES
CONCERT RECORDED AT TREPTOWER PARK, EAST BERLIN ON 14th JULY 1987,
WITH SEVEN TRACKS PREVIOUSLY UNRELEASED ON CD
FULLY RESTORED ARTWORK & ESSAY
Esoteric Recordings are pleased to announce a newly
remastered edition of the 1987 album by BARCLAY JAMES HARVEST, "Glasnost”. The
album was recorded at Treptower Park, East Berlin on 14th July 1987
at a time of great change in Eastern Europe, prior to the reunification of
The concert was one of the first by a Western rock
band in East Germany and was a major event, seeing the band play to an
estimated 175,000 people.
This Esoteric Recordings reissue has been expanded
to include the full concert in the original set running order and has been
newly remastered from the original master tapes, and features a booklet that
fully restores all original album artwork with a new essay by BJH experts Keith
and Monika Domone.
Release Date: 25/03/2013
Our Price: £11.99
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