Here we have Marty Robbins’ formative years when he was into rock’n’roll and a healthy portion of his western cowboy ballads (for them alone Marty deserved a place in the Country Music Hall Of Fame) from a classic period in what turned out to be a long and successful career. His effortless singing style on the likes of ‘Knee Deep In…Continue
Added by Maurice Hope on April 6, 2012 at 19:00 — No Comments
While I am generally a big Marty Robbins fan I tend distance myself from his love ballads and that is exactly the category the two 1968 and 1969 albums fall. Hence I am a little picky at what I like and don’t welcome with open arms. Good though…Continue
Added by Maurice Hope on February 5, 2011 at 16:30 — No Comments
Another vintage 2-on-1 original albums from Hux and, who better than them who already have Gene Watson, Ed Bruce, Tom T Hall, Faron Young and Gene Vincent among the acts they have featured to now add the late country icon, Marty Robbins to their catalogue.
Sure, he had made more traditional and western styled collections but here we have Robbins the stylist and a whole lot more. Both albums are retrospective…
Added by Maurice Hope on February 16, 2010 at 7:00 — No Comments