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Album: Truckers, Kickers, Cowboy Angels: The Blissed-Out Birth of Country Rock, Vol. 6: 1973
# Song Title   Time
1)    (Is Anybody Going To) San Antone
2)    Shotgun Willie
3)    That's All It Took
4)    California Livin' - Glen Clark
5)    Pancho & Lefty
6)    Gettin' By
7)    Ride Me Down Easy
8)    Old Five and Dimers Like Me
9)    If You're Ever in Oklahoma - J.J. Cale
10)    Roll in My Sweet Baby's Arms - Hank Wilson
11)    Don't This Road Look Rough and Rocky (aka Rough and Rocky)
12)    Salty Dog Blues - The Earl Scruggs Revue
13)    Lonesome L.A. Cowboy
14)    Crying Heart Blues
15)    (Oh Lord Won't You Buy Me A) Mercedes Benz
16)    Glad to Be Goin'
17)    Country Girl - Ozark Mountain Daredevils
18)    Please Help Me Forget
19)    Burning Love - Dennis Linde
20)    Roll 'Um Easy - Little Feat
21)    Payday Blues
22)    It's Gonna Be Easy
23)    Up Against the Wall, Redneck Mother
1)    Troublemaker - Willie Nelson
2)    Sweet Misery
3)    Lies
4)    Dixie Chicken
5)    Ramblin' Man
6)    She
7)    If I'd Only Come and Gone - The Earl Scruggs Revue
8)    Take Me Back to Tulsa
9)    Sangria Wine
10)    Everybody's Doing It - Commander Cody and His Lost Planet Airmen
11)    Big Mouth USA
12)    To Be With You - Glen Clark
13)    Sold American
14)    Me and Him
15)    Winonah
16)    Here Tonight - Gene Clark
17)    Sonic Bummer
18)    101 in Cashbox
19)    I Been to Georgia on a Fast Train
20)    If I Needed You
21)    Sleepless Nights - Emmylou Harris/Gram Parsons
22)    Texas Tornado
23)    London Homesick Blues
 

Album: Truckers, Kickers, Cowboy Angels: The Blissed-Out Birth of Country Rock, Vol. 6: 1973
# Song Title   Time
1)    (Is Anybody Going To) San Antone
2)    Shotgun Willie
3)    That's All It Took
4)    California Livin' - Glen Clark
5)    Pancho & Lefty
6)    Gettin' By
7)    Ride Me Down Easy
8)    Old Five and Dimers Like Me
9)    If You're Ever in Oklahoma - J.J. Cale
10)    Roll in My Sweet Baby's Arms - Hank Wilson
11)    Don't This Road Look Rough and Rocky (aka Rough and Rocky)
12)    Salty Dog Blues - The Earl Scruggs Revue
13)    Lonesome L.A. Cowboy
14)    Crying Heart Blues
15)    (Oh Lord Won't You Buy Me A) Mercedes Benz
16)    Glad to Be Goin'
17)    Country Girl - Ozark Mountain Daredevils
18)    Please Help Me Forget
19)    Burning Love - Dennis Linde
20)    Roll 'Um Easy - Little Feat
21)    Payday Blues
22)    It's Gonna Be Easy
23)    Up Against the Wall, Redneck Mother
1)    Troublemaker - Willie Nelson
2)    Sweet Misery
3)    Lies
4)    Dixie Chicken
5)    Ramblin' Man
6)    She
7)    If I'd Only Come and Gone - The Earl Scruggs Revue
8)    Take Me Back to Tulsa
9)    Sangria Wine
10)    Everybody's Doing It - Commander Cody and His Lost Planet Airmen
11)    Big Mouth USA
12)    To Be With You - Glen Clark
13)    Sold American
14)    Me and Him
15)    Winonah
16)    Here Tonight - Gene Clark
17)    Sonic Bummer
18)    101 in Cashbox
19)    I Been to Georgia on a Fast Train
20)    If I Needed You
21)    Sleepless Nights - Emmylou Harris/Gram Parsons
22)    Texas Tornado
23)    London Homesick Blues
 
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  • Liner Note Author: Colin Escott.
  • Illustrator: Colin Escott.
  • Photographer: Colin Escott.
  • Kicking off with Doug Sahm's song about his hometown -- a wild, rangy "(Is Anybody Going To) San Antone" -- this sixth volume of Bear Family's ongoing country-rock history Truckers, Kickers, Cowboy Angels: The Blissed-Out Birth of Country-Rock is immediately livelier than its singer/songwriter predecessor. Some of those cowboy poets of 1972 show up again here in 1973 -- Townes Van Zandt is deservedly inescapable; his standard "Pancho & Lefty" arrives in the first five songs -- but there are more bands here, including the wildly funky Little Feat and open-road rebels the Allman Brothers Band, two bands that are just marginally country-rock. This is an indication of how things were changing in country-rock in 1973, how rockers were treating country as just one of their roots, but the bigger story is the rise of the backwoods funk and long-haired hippie outlaws. Doug Sahm is at the forefront of that movement (he's also heard toward the end with the anthem "Texas Tornado") and so is his Austin cohort Willie Nelson, joined by Billy Joe Shaver (and Bobby Bare singing Billy Joe), Hoyt Axton, Jerry Jeff Walker, and Jim Ford. Alongside these redneck renegades are the rocking Commander Cody and His Lost Planet Airmen, the woolly Western swing revivalists Asleep at the Wheel, and the Earl Scruggs Revue singing Shel Silverstein's dirty jokes. Times were changing, to be sure, and what was happening was the crystallization of what we'd later know to be country-rock and roots rock, so in addition to being terrifically entertaining, this is instructive as well. ~ Stephen Thomas Erlewine
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