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Fallen Angel/Cross Country 2 on 1 Import
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This honky-tonk hero was in the midst of his amazing streak of Decca hits when these 1961 and 1962 LPs came out. Pop and rock 'n' roll enter his country sound as you hear his hits Fallen Angel; Drifting Texas Sand; Let Forgiveness In; Alla My Love; Crazy Wild Desire , and Take Time (all but one of which went Top 10) plus Forgive Me; Waterloo; Free of the Blues 24 in all!
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"Fallen Angel/Cross Country"
Webb Pierce was a honkytonk country legend who is best known for 1950s hits like "There Stands The Glass" and "Wondering," although I am partial to his work from the early '60s as well. This is a spiffy CD reissue of two classic 1960s albums that share the punchy production style I love from this era, 1961's "Fallen Angel," and "Cross Country," from 1962, when Pierce was truly at his peak. These albums are two of my favorites. If you're waiting for Bear Family to pick up where their first fab Webb Pierce box set left off (1958), you should snag a copy of this disc while you can.
"Fallen Angel" has the bright, big bouncy sound of his best early '60s work, with a heavier backbeat and a more rock-friendly feel than other Nashville albums of the era. Where the big-star country crooners at RCA took country into slushy pop-vocals territory, Webb and the folks at Decca adapted honkytonk twang to the teenpop sound of the Everly Brothers, with delightful results. "Cross Country" is a classic that's well-known to many collectors who picked up the 1980s vinyl reissue -- the cover shows Pierce posing with his kooky country bling-mobile, a shiny convertible studded with silver dollars and a horse saddle and pommel by the gear shift. The music's even cooler: fiddle and pedal steel take front stage, with the loping beat from songwriters Wayne Walker and Mel Tillis that made Pierce's early '60s albums sound so awesome. In addition to the up-tempo numbers, there are also some sweet heartsongs, including faves such as "I'm Letting You Go" and "Crazy Wild Desire." Great stuff... highly recommended! (DJ Joe Sixpack, Slipcue Guide To Country Music) (...and author of "The Webb Site")