Mp3 Jerry Jeff Walker - Contrary To Ordinary
|1||Till I Gain Control Again|
Written-By – Rodney Crowell
|2||I Spent All My Money Lovin' You|
Written-By – Bobby Charles
|3||Tryin' To Hold The Wind Up With A Sail|
Written-By – Pat Garvey
|4||Contrary To Ordinary|
Written-By – Billy Jim Baker
|5||Saturday Night Special|
Written-By – Lee Clayton
|6||What Are We Doing?|
Written-By – Bobby Charles
|7||Carry Me Away|
Written-By – Bobby Rambo
|8||We Were Kinda Crazy Then|
Written-By – Susanna Clark
|9||Suckin' A Big Bottle Of Gin|
Written-By – Butch Hancock
|10||Deeper Than Love|
Written-By – Walter Hyatt
|MCF 2851||Jerry Jeff||Contrary To Ordinary (LP, Album)||MCA Records||MCF 2851||UK||1978|
|MCA-3041||Jerry Jeff Walker||Contrary To Ordinary (LP, Album, RE, Pla)||MCA Records||MCA-3041||US||1978|
|CR-20165||Jerry Jeff Walker||Jerry Jeff (LP, Album)||MCA Records||CR-20165||US||Unknown|
|MCA-3041||Jerry Jeff Walker||Contrary To Ordinary (LP, Album, Glo)||MCA Records||MCA-3041||US||1978|
|MCAT-3041||Jerry Jeff||Contrary To Ordinary (8-Trk, Album)||MCA Records||MCAT-3041||Canada||1978|
- Acoustic Guitar, Electric Guitar [Lead], Backing Vocals – Dave Perkins
- Acoustic Guitar, Electric Guitar [Rhythm & Alternate Lead], Backing Vocals – Bobby Rambo
- Bass, Horns – Ron Cobb
- Drums, Percussion, Backing Vocals – Fred Krc
- Engineer – Chet Himes
- Horns – Tomas Ramirez
- Lead Vocals – Jerry Jeff Walker
- Pedal Steel Guitar – Leo LeBlanc
- Producer – Michael Brovsky
Issued with single sheet with credits and lyrics.
Recorded in the Guy Clark Room, Jerry Jeff's House, Austin.
Remote Recording by Reelsound, Austin.
- Matrix / Runout (Runout side A, Etched): MCA-1470-MⅠ-1 5
- Matrix / Runout (Runout side B, Etched): MCA-1471-MⅠ-1 3
- Matrix / Runout (Runout both sides, Stamped): Masterfonics ⧈-G-⧈
- Manufactured By – MCA Records, Inc.
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – MCA Records, Inc.
- Copyright (c) – MCA Records, Inc.
- Pressed By – MCA Pressing Plant, Gloversville
- Remixed At – Pecan Street Studios
- Mastered At – Masterfonics
1978's Contrary to Ordinary was the beginning of a shift in Jerry Jeff Walker's music that would forever take him away from the simple songwriting and production style that had created such a magical run of albums from 1970-1977. It would also be his last album for MCA. Does that mean this isn't a fine recording Hardly. 2009 г. Contrary to Ordinary Jerry Jeff Walker Contrary to. CCR Greatest Hits Full Album 2020 - Best Songs of CCR - Продолжительность. Night After Night - Jerry Jeff Walker. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей. Songs in album Jerry Jeff Walker - Contrary To Ordinary. Plus Remaster RVCD-354 2013. Jerry Jeff Walker - Tryin' To Hold The Wind Up With A Sail. Jerry Jeff Walker - Saturday Night Special. Jerry Jeff Walker - Suckin' A Big Bottle Of Gin. Jerry Jeff Walker - Till I Gain Control Again. Jerry Jeff Walker - Contrary To Ordinary. Jerry Jeff Walker - We Were Kinda Crazy Then. Jerry Jeff Walker - Deeper Than Love. Jerry Jeff Walker born Ronald Clyde Crosby March 16, 1942, Oneonta, New York, United States is an American country music singer and songwriter. He is best known for writing Mr. Walker's maternal grandparents played for square dances in the Oneonta area, with his grandmother, Jessie Conroe, playing piano, and grandfather playing fiddle. During the late 1950s, Crosby was a member of a local Oneonta teen band called The Tones. Listen free to Jerry Jeff Walker Contrary to Ordinary Tryin' To Hold The Wind Up With A Sail, Saturday Night Special and more. 10 tracks 41:15. Jerry Jeff Walker. Released 1978. Contrary to Ordinary Tracklist. Tryin' To Hold The Wind Up With A Sail Lyrics. Saturday Night Special Lyrics. What Are We Doing Till I Gain Control Again. Contrary To Ordinary. We Were Kinda Crazy Then. Deeper Than Love. I Spent All My Money Lovin' You. Carry Me Away. 버전 11. 회원님의 버전 찾기. Features Song Lyrics for Jerry Jeff Walker's Contrary to Ordinary album. Includes Album Cover, Release Year, and User To Ordinary. This song is by Jerry Jeff Walker and appears on the album Contrary to Ordinary 1978. Billy Jim Baker. I never live my life through other people's eyesI guess I've always been the one they said wasToo tall, too late, too earlyYeah, he's the oneYou ought to be in the circusYou're having too much fun. Just a one-man band, a one man gypsy circusFinding out each piece of the puzzle has a purposeDrifting and dreamingYeah, that must be my fateAlways grinning down the devil's