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Bob Wills & His Texas Playboys - Transcriptions for Tiffany Music 1946-1947 -  (CD)

Bob Wills & His Texas Playboys - Transcriptions for Tiffany Music 1946-1947 - (CD)

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Format: CDRelease Date: 4/29/2014 
 

 This new 2 CD, 50 track set from Real Gone Music offers folks a chance to own some of the most revered - and rare - recordings in the history of American music. In 1946 and 1947, Bob Wills and His Texas Playboys cut nearly 400 full songs for Tiffany Music, Inc., recordings that came to be known as the Tiffany Transcriptions. These recordings were distributed only to radio stations on 16inch transcription discs, and were intended for airplay as part of a syndicated radio show featuring Wills and the Playboys. However, the transcriptions proved to be a financial failure, and Tiffany Music, Inc. Folded by the end of the '40s, seemingly relegating the Tiffany Transcriptions to obscurity (and leaving over 200 songs in the can). Flash forward 60 years. One day, Warner/Rhino tape vault honcho Mike Johnson spies the master tape reels for the Kaleidoscope Records releases on the shelf - but what's on those 49 other tape reels right next to them?! That's right - only the biggest discovery in American popular music this millennium, all the missing recordings Wills and his band made for Tiffany, both released and unreleased. Now, Bob Wills and His Texas Playboys: RIDING YOUR WAY - THE LOST TRANSCRIPTIONS FOR TIFFANY MUSIC, 1946-1947 presents 50 of those long lost transcription sides - 20 of them never released even on transcription disc - inside a package worthy of the material, a 6panel DVD style digipak featuring photos and memorabilia from the collection of Kaleidoscope Records cofounder Tom Diamant. The 20 page, DVD sized booklet includes notes by Western Swing expert Cary Ginell featuring quotes from the original Playboys, plus a foreword from Johnson (who coproduced the set) and a complete discography of the Tiffany recordings. The recordings are mastered by Bob Fisher from the recently discovered tapes to preserve their vintage sonic vibrancy while eliminating excess background surface noise. 

 Update Required To play the media you will need to either update your browser to a recent version or update your version of Flash Player. Get ADOBE® FLASH® Player. I Can't Begin to Tell You Bob Wills & His Texas Playboys Transcriptions for Tiffany Music 1946-1947 00:00 00:00 ×I Can't Begin to Tell You×Make Room in Your Heart for a Friend×Put Another Chair at the Table×The Covered Wagon Rolled Right Along×No Letter Today×Brown Skin Gal (Instrumental)×Brushy Fork (Instrumental)×I Wonder If You Feel the Way I Do×A Year Ago Tonight×Yellow Rose of Texas×Columbus Stockade Blues×Paradise Isle (Instrumental)×Goodnight Little Sweetheart×Dear Old Southern Home×Liberty (Instrumental)×Ride on! (My Prairie Pinto)×Travelin' Blues×We Might As Well Forget It×El Rancho Grande×On the Alamo (Instrumental)×Sixteen Days in Georgia (Instrumental)×Too Late×Under the Double Eagle (Instrumental)×It Makes No Difference Now×Ragtime Annie (Instrumental)×Sally Johnson (Instrumental)×No Wonder (That I Love You)×Silver Dew on the Blue Grass Tonight×I Knew the Moment I Lost You×I'm Thinking Tonight of My Blue Eyes×Love Letters in the Sand×River Stay 'Way from My Door×Soldier's Joy (Instrumental)×Have I Stayed Away Too Long×Margie×My Wild Irish Rose×Take Me Back to My Boots and Saddle×You Are My Sunshine×She's Killing Me×Detour×Bubbles in My Beer×Don't Be Ashamed of Your Age×Be Honest with Me×Don't Fence Me in×I'm An Old Cowhand×Don't You Hear Jerusalem Moan×My Little Buckaroo×Each Minute Seems Like a Million Years×She's Gone×Still Water Runs the Deepest

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