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A bona-fidé Country legend, Eddie Noack was a hard-livin', old school Honky-Tonk singer, songwriter and performer, who stuck to his traditional musical guns in the face of a constantly changing late 50s/early 60s Country music scene. As a result he didn't achieve the commercial success he perhaps deserved, although his recorded legacy is held in the highest esteem. Ironically, over the years, sides like 'Hungry But Happy', 'Too Hot To Handle', 'Take It Away Lucky', 'The Worm Has Turned', 'Scarecrow' and 'Shotgun House' have become much sought-after collectors' items. This compilation comprises his singles' releases between 1949 and 1962, across seven different record labels, Gold Star, 4-Star, TNT, Starday, "D", Mercury and Allstar. Included are his biggest hit, 'Have Blues - Will Travel', as well as his infamous "rogue" Rockabilly 45rpm, 'Can't Play Hookey' b/w 'My Steady Dream', issued under the pseudonym "Tommy Wood" in 1958
A bona-fidé Country legend, Eddie Noack was a hard-livin', old school Honky-Tonk singer, songwriter and performer, who stuck to his traditional musical guns in the face of a constantly changing late 50s/early 60s Country music scene. As a result he didn't achieve the commercial success he perhaps deserved, although his recorded legacy is held in the highest esteem. Ironically, over the years, sides like 'Hungry But Happy', 'Too Hot To Handle', 'Take It Away Lucky', 'The Worm Has Turned', 'Scarecrow' and 'Shotgun House' have become much sought-after collectors' items. This compilation comprises his singles' releases between 1949 and 1962, across seven different record labels, Gold Star, 4-Star, TNT, Starday, "D", Mercury and Allstar. Included are his biggest hit, 'Have Blues - Will Travel', as well as his infamous "rogue" Rockabilly 45rpm, 'Can't Play Hookey' b/w 'My Steady Dream', issued under the pseudonym "Tommy Wood" in 1958
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Have Blues Will Travel (Uk)
Artist: Eddie Noack
Format: CD
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1. Gentlemen Prefer Blondes
2. Triflin' Mama Blues
3. Pyramid Club
4. Simulated Diamonds
5. Hungry But Happy
6. Raindrops in the River
7. Frown on the Moon
8. Unlucky Me
9. Green Back Dollar (With Gig Sparks)
10. Tragic Love (With Billy Byrd)
11. I Can't Run Away (By R.D. Hendon ; His Western Jamboree Cowboys)
12. I'd Still Want You (By R.D. Hendon ; His Western Jamboree Cowboys)
13. Music Making Mama from Memphis (By R.D. Hendon ; His Western Jamboree Cowboys)
14. Please, Mr. Postman (By R.D. Hendon ; His Western Jamboree Cowboys)
15. There's a Place in My Heart (By R.D. Hendon ; His Western Jamboree Cowboys)
16. I'm Going to See My Baby (By R.D. Hendon ; His Western Jamboree Cowboys)
17. Nothing
18. First and Last Thing
19. Too Hot to Handle (Version 1)
20. How Does It Feel to Be the Winner
21. (As the Band Played) Paul Jones
22. Pride
23. Take It Away Lucky
24. Don't Trade
25. Left Over Lovin'
26. I'll Be So Good to You
27. Wind Me Up
28. If It Ain't on the Menu
29. Fair Today, Cold Tomorrow
30. Don't Worry Bout Me, Baby
31. When the Bright Lights Grow Dim
32. It Ain't Much But It's Home
33. For You I Weep
34. You Done Got Me
35. The Worm Has Turned
36. She Can't Stand the Light of Day
37. Scarecrow
38. Think of Her Now
39. Dust on the River
40. What's the Matter, Joe?
41. Can't Play Hookey (As Tommy
42. My Steady Dream (As Tommy Wood)
43. Have Blues - Will Travel
44. The Price of Love
45. Walk 'Em Off
46. I Don't Live There Anymore
47. A Thinking Man's Woman (A Loving Man's Girl)
48. Don't Look Behind
49. Man on the Wall
50. Relief Is Just a Swallow Away
51. Shake Hands with the Blues
52. Sunflower Song
53. Too Weak to Go
54. Firewater Luke (Version 1)
55. I Slipped Out of Heaven
56. Firewater Luke (Version 2)
57. Where Do You Go (When You Say Goodnight)
58. Shotgun House
59. It's Hard to Tell An Old Love Goodbye
60. Love's Other Face
61. Too Hot to Handle (Version 2)
62. Tell Her
63. We Are the Lonely Ones
64. Chaperoned By a Memory

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A bona-fidé Country legend, Eddie Noack was a hard-livin', old school Honky-Tonk singer, songwriter and performer, who stuck to his traditional musical guns in the face of a constantly changing late 50s/early 60s Country music scene. As a result he didn't achieve the commercial success he perhaps deserved, although his recorded legacy is held in the highest esteem. Ironically, over the years, sides like 'Hungry But Happy', 'Too Hot To Handle', 'Take It Away Lucky', 'The Worm Has Turned', 'Scarecrow' and 'Shotgun House' have become much sought-after collectors' items. This compilation comprises his singles' releases between 1949 and 1962, across seven different record labels, Gold Star, 4-Star, TNT, Starday, "D", Mercury and Allstar. Included are his biggest hit, 'Have Blues - Will Travel', as well as his infamous "rogue" Rockabilly 45rpm, 'Can't Play Hookey' b/w 'My Steady Dream', issued under the pseudonym "Tommy Wood" in 1958
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