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Sanford Clark - They Call Me Country (Cassette, Album)

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  1. Mezisida
    Yet Sanford Clark improbably seems to have elected to do just that with his release, They Call Me Country. Fittingly, the album opens with a cover of Hazlewood’s “The Fool,” a song which Clark had recorded with Hazlewood in the producer’s chair more than a .
  2. Salkis
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of They Call Me Country on Discogs.4/5(1).
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    SANFORD CLARK Vinyl Records and CDs American country - rockabilly singer and guitarist, born October 24, in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Sanford Clark Discography Price .
  5. Dolkis
    They Call Me Country Lyrics: I only get my haircut once a year / And they call me country / If I done a day's work it ain't been around here / And they call me country / I just sit around with my.
  6. Mezilrajas
    Propelled by his Lee Hazlewood-produced hit “The Fool,” Sanford Clark was already a rockabilly legend in his own right by the time he swapped his hair gel and switchblade for a pair of cowboy boots on They Call Me grosoplanlorootra.leiweaniniturlereehephanaradoct.infoinfoed between and originally released as a series of singles for Phoenix’s Ramco label, the 12 tracks on this LP borrow Bakersfield’s outlaw sound and.
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    Label: Ember Records - ZCEB • Format: Cassette Album • Country: UK • Genre: Folk, World, & Country • Style: Country Sanford Clark - They Call Me Country (, Cassette) | Discogs Explore/5(2).
  8. Faujora
    Clark's one big hit, "The Fool," marries guitarist Al Casey's cribbed blues lick to a Hazlewood song that, stylistically, is halfway between country and rock; Clark's almost monotonous delivery and the hypnotic repetition of the guitar riff mirror the ruminative quality of the lyric/5(20).

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