Monday, October 28, 2013

The Weekly Vinyl: Oak Ridge Boys - Y'all Come Back Saloon

I've always been a fan of the Oak Ridge Boys.  It is unbelievable that they are celebrating their 40th year in the music business this year.  They are one of my favorite performers to see live in concert at the KY State Fair and at Renfro Valley Entertainment Center.
The Oak Ridge Boys debut country album was this fine and dandy "Y'all Come Back Saloon."  It was released on September 2, 1977 by ABC/Dot Records.  The producer was Ron Chancey.  Three singles were released off the album, "Y'all Come Back Saloon," "I'll Be True to You," and "You're the One."
Track Listing for Y'all Come Back Saloon
1."Y'all Come Back Saloon" (Sharon Vaughn)
2."I'll Be True to You" (Alan Rhody)
3."An Old Time Family Bluegrass Band" (Mike Hufman)
4."Didn't She Really Thrill Them (Back in 1924)" (Allan Chapman)
5."Old Time Lovin'" (Gerry House)
6."Freckles" (Sterling Whipple)
7."You're the One" (Bob Morrison)
8."Let Me Be The One" (Jimbeau Hinson)
9."Easy" (Chick Rains)
10."Emmylou" (Buzz Cason)
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