Guy Clark - Old No. 1 album download
|A3||She Ain't Goin' Nowhere||3:27|
|A4||A Nickel For The Fiddler||2:45|
|A5||That Old Time Feeling||4:10|
|B2||Desperados Waiting For The Train||4:31|
|B3||Like A Coat From The Cold||3:18|
|B4||Instant Coffee Blues||3:15|
|B5||Let Him Roll||4:05|
- Recorded At – RCA Victor Studios, Nashville
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Sony Music Entertainment
- Copyright (c) – Sony Music Entertainment
- Manufactured By – Sony Music Entertainment
- Manufactured For – Runt Productions, LLC
- Bass – Mike Leech
- Co-producer – Pat Carter (tracks: A1, A3, B1, B4)
- Dobro – Jack Hicks
- Dobro, Pedal Steel Guitar – Hal Rugg
- Drums – Jerry Carrigan, Jerry Kroon, Larrie Londin
- Engineer – Al Pachucki, Ray Butts, Tom Pick
- Fiddle – Johnny Gimble
- Guitar – Chip Young, Dick Feller, Jim Colvard*, Reggie Young, Steve Gibson
- Guitar, Harmony Vocals – Pat Carter
- Guitar, Vocals, Written-By – Guy Clark
- Harmonica – Mickey Raphael
- Harmony Vocals – Emmylou Harris, Florence Warner, Gary B. White*, Rodney Crowell, Sammi Smith, Steve Earle
- Painting – Susanna Clark
- Photography By [Photos] – The Grease Brothers
- Piano – Chuck Cochran, David Briggs , Shane Keister
- Piano, Harmony Vocals – Lea Jane Berinati
- Producer – Neil Wilburn
NotesReissue on 180 gram blue vinyl.
© 1975, 2013 Sony Music Entertainment
(P) 1975 Sony Music Entertainment
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode (on sticker): 6 46315 23611 8
|APL1-1303||Guy Clark||Old No. 1 (LP, Album, Ind)||RCA Victor||APL1-1303||US||1975|
|dbk539||Guy Clark||Old No. 1 (CD, Album, RM)||DBK Works||dbk539||US||2008|
|ED 285||Guy Clark||Old No. 1 (LP, Album, RE)||Edsel Records||ED 285||UK||1988|
|FMN 236||Guy Clark||Old No. 1 (LP, Album, RE, 180)||4 Men With Beards||FMN 236||US||2014|
|AHL1-1303||Guy Clark||Old No. 1 (LP, Album, RP)||RCA Victor||AHL1-1303||US||Unknown|
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Features Song Lyrics for Guy Clark's Old No. 1 album. Guy Clark - Old No. 1 Album Lyrics. 1. Desperados Waiting For TheTrain Lyrics.
Pack up all the dishes Make note of all good wishes Say goodbye to the landlord for me Sons-a-bitches always bore me And throw out all those . papers And the moldy box of Vanilla Wafers Adios to all this concrete Gonna get me some dirt road back streets. If I can just get off of this . freeway Without getting killed or caught I'll be down the road in a cloud of smoke To some land I ain't bought bought bought.
Guy Charles Clark (November 6, 1941 – May 17, 2016) was an American folk singer, musician, songwriter, recording artist, and performer. He released more than twenty albums, and his songs have been recorded by other artists including Jerry Jeff Walker, Jimmy Buffett, Lyle Lovett, Ricky Skaggs, Steve Wariner, Rodney Crowell and Willie Nelson.
Exclusively for Prime members. Sample this album Artist (Sample). This album is an absolute must have for any Guy Clark fan. Listening to these songs, I think I understand much more of how this magician's words and music have found their way into Texas songwriter history. It sets the bar very, very high for any aspiring songwriter who may come down the pike.
Guy Clark - Old No. 1 (1975) FULL ALBUM. Guy Clark Desperados Waiting For The Train(Old Number 1°). Let Him Roll~Guy Clark. Old No. 1 track list. An absolute standout country record (probably more folk than country) from legendary Texas songwriter. He writes them here like no one else. Also check him out in the movie Heartworn Highways.
These classic recordings, including "She Ain't Goin' Nowhere" and "Desperados Waiting for the Train," may date back to the mid-'70s, but their production holds up decades later.
On the first, Old No. 1, Clark’s own belated versions of Desperadoes and Freeway proved peerless, and other future classics such as Texas 1947, Let Him Roll and A Nickel For The Fiddler rounded out a faultless ten-track set taking in folk, bluegrass, honky-tonk and the most lonesome of torch ballads in a respectful, authentic fashion that contrasted with both. None of which, sadly, provided Clark with a hit; there were no singles released and the album itself struggled only to a lowly 41 on the Billboard country chart. The next year’s follow-up Texas Cookin’ similarly made no commercial impact despite being of nearly as high a quality and including such wonderful waxings as Virginia’s Real, Don’t Let The Sunshine Fool Ya and the incomparable The Last Gunfighter Ballad, and that did it for Clark’s RCA contract.