Joe Ely - Lord Of The Highway album flac
Title: Lord Of The Highway
Style: Blues Rock, Country Rock
MP3 album: 1265 mb
FLAC album: 1846 mb
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Genre: Rock / Folk and Country
Joe Ely is the 1977 debut album by Texas singer-songwriter, Joe Ely. The album includes several tracks written by Ely's bandmates from The Flatlanders. Joe Ely and the follow-up album, Honky Tonk Masquerade, helped establish Ely as a solo artist.
Joe Ely. Lord Of The Highway (CD, Album).
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Album by Joe Ely. Lord of the Highway. Don't Put A) Lock On My Heart. Me And Billy The Kid. Letter to . My Baby Thinks She's French. Everybody Got Hammered. Are You Listenin', Lucky? Row Of Dominoes. Screaming Blue Jillions. Joe Ely - Guitar, Vocals. David Grissom - Guitar, Vocals. Bobby Keys - Saxophone. Davis McLarty - Drums. Jimmy Pettit - Bass, Vocals. Mitch Watkins - Guitar, Keyboards.
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Ely released five albums (four studio sets and the concert recording Live Shots) on major label MCA Records between 1977 and 1981, gradually modifying his style from country to rock. Ely then parted ways with MCA, and Lord of the Highway, another three years on, finds him with the independent HighTone Records label. Read full description. See details and exclusions. Joe Ely - Lord of the Highway (2000). Brand new: lowest price.
Joe Ely, Honky Tonk Masquerade. BGO. A compilation of both albums. The Best Of Joe Ely. MCA. Compiles tracks from albums starting with Joe Ely through Letter to Laredo. From Lubbock to Laredo: The Best of Joe Ely. Selected tracks compiled and annotated by Sid Griffin. Compiles tracks from Lord of the Highway and Dig All Night plus 2 bonus tracks. Down On The Drag/Live Shots.
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|1||Lord Of The Highway
Written-By – Butch Hancock
|2||(Don't Put A) Lock On My Heart
Written-By – Eddie Beethoven
|3||Me And Billy The Kid||3:23|
|4||Letter To L.A.||8:12|
|5||No Rope, Daisy-O||0:40|
|6||My Baby Thinks She's French||3:45|
|7||Everybody Got Hammered||3:34|
|8||Are You Listenin' Lucky?||3:19|
|9||Row Of Dominoes
Written-By – Butch Hancock
- Art Direction – Guy Juke
- Bass, Harmony Vocals – Jimmy Pettit
- Drums – Davis McLarty
- Electric Guitar, Acoustic Guitar, Harmony Vocals – David Grissom
- Engineer – Little Johnny Fader
- Keyboards, Guitar, Harmony Vocals, Other [Hammer] – Mitch Watkins
- Mixed By – James Tuttle, Little Johnny Fader
- Photography By [Back Cover] – Bill Leissner
- Photography By [Front Cover] – Scott Newton
- Producer – Joe Ely
- Producer [Assistant], Arranged By [Additional Arrangements] – David Grissom
- Saxophone – Bobby Keys
- Vocals, Percussion, Guitar – Joe Ely
- Written-By – Joe Ely (tracks: A3 to B4, B6)
|HT8008||Joe Ely||Lord Of The Highway (LP, Album)||Hightone Records||HT8008||US||1987|
|SPL1108||Joe Ely||Lord Of The Highway (LP, Album)||Stony Plain Records||SPL1108||Canada||1987|
|FIEND CD 101||Joe Ely||Lord Of The Highway (CD, Album)||Demon Records||FIEND CD 101||Europe||1987|
|FIEND 101||Joe Ely||Lord Of The Highway (LP, Album)||Demon Records||FIEND 101||UK||1987|
|HCD 8008||Joe Ely||Lord Of The Highway (CD, Album)||Hightone Records||HCD 8008||US||1987|