Blaze Foley - The Lost Muscle Shoals Recordings album download
|1||Girl Scout Cookies||3:01|
|3||The Way You Smile||3:25|
|5||Rainbows And Ridges||2:51|
|7||Getting Over You||2:01|
|8||Where Are You Now My Love||2:48|
|9||My Reasons Why||2:38|
- Art Direction – Coby Tate, Dick Brady
- Backing Vocals – Ava Aldridge, Cindy Richardson, Lenny LeBlanc
- Bass – Gurf Morelix*
- Drum – Roger Clark
- Engineer – David Johnson , Steve Rickard*
- Executive-Producer – William (Bill) French*
- Guitar – Blaze Foley, John Willis
- Horns – Muscle Shoals Horns
- Keyboards – Clayton Ivey
- Liner Notes – Townes Van Zandt
- Mandolin – Blaze Foley, John Willis
- Producer – David A. Johnson*
- Steel Guitar – Cal Freeman
- Written-By – Blaze Foley
NotesIssued in a digipack case.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 823043478304
|7497-33||Blaze Foley||Blaze Foley (LP, Album)||Vital Records||7497-33||US||1984|
|BIG PINK 186||Blaze Foley||Blaze Foley (CD, Album, RE)||Big Pink||BIG PINK 186||South Korea||2012|
|EOE2||Blaze Foley||The Lost Muscle Shoals Recordings (LP, Album, RE)||End Of An Ear||EOE2||US||2017|
Blaze Foley The Lost Muscle Shoals Recordings. featuring the Muscle Shoals Horns, Foley's first recorded album from a 1984 session recorded at Broadway Sound Studio Literature. Carmen und Kai Nees: Blaze Foley - Ein Aussenseiter, der zur Legende wurde - Self-published in 2018; ISBN 978-3-00-058564-7 - Book in German. Carmen und Kai Nees: Blaze Foley - From Misfit To Legend - Self-published in 2018; ISBN 978-3-00-060018-0.
Muscle Shoals Horns), 03:04. Muscle Shoals Horns), 03:30. The Way You Smile (feat. Muscle Shoals Horns), 03:25. Muscle Shoals Horns), 03:40. My Reasons Why (feat. Muscle Shoals Horns), 02:37.
Recorded with Muscle Shoals studio musicians in 1984, the album was never distributed due to some trouble with the law resulting in the confiscation of most of the 500 copies originally pressed. These recordings find Blaze Foley in a rare studio setting performing ten of his well-known compositions including the apparently timeless resistance song, Oval Room, originally written with Ronald Reagan in mind. The outstanding production values and musicianship breathe fresh air into these classic Blaze compositions . Titel: Lost Muscle Shoals Recordings. Label: End Of An Ear.
Play along with guitar, ukulele, or piano with interactive chords and diagrams. Includes transpose, capo hints, changing speed and much more.
March 1983: Blaze heads to Muscle Shoals to finally record his first album, an opportunity that had come through Georgia connections. A previous attempt to record, under the auspices of hapless record producers from Houston, had resulted in a set of master tapes that were ultimately stolen from Blaze's station wagon and probably ended up in a dumpster somewhere. Fortunately, Lost Art Records recently remastered the recording. It's beautifully balanced, and Blaze's voice shines through. The original album Blaze Foley was recorded, pressed, and never released in the Eighties. Instead, the executive producer was indicted on drug charges and, according to Blaze, the albums ended up in the hands of the FBI, through no fault of Townes I might add. "I hope they listen to it," Townes concluded to Larry Monroe.
Blaze Foley, born as Michael David Fuller in 1949, was a country musician from Arkansas. His stage name was inspired by Red Foley, one of the biggest names of his time. Blaze was a close friend to Townes van Zandt. Foley’s If I Could Only Fly became a hit when covered by Merle Haggard, and John Prine’s version of Clay Pigeons was on his Grammy Award winning album Fair and Square. Blaze was known as the Duct Tape Messiah, because he used wear duct tape on the tips of his boots and later on, he even had a duct tape suit to mock country artists who were wearing flashy suits . The Lost Muscle Shoals Recordings. The Dawg Years (1975-1978).