Five years after the disappointing The Magazine, Rickie Lee Jones returned to form with Flying Cowboys, which shared much of the playful, childlike charm of her debut, Rickie Lee Jones, and some of the musically diffuse, lyrically ambitious form of its follow-up, Pirates…
To celebrate the 20-year anniversary of "Cowboys From Hell", Rhino rounds up a three-disc "Ultimate Edition," a three-disc "Deluxe Edition," and a two-disc "Expanded Edition." All three editions include a newly remastered version of the original album along with unreleased and rare live performances from the "Cowboys From Hell" tour. The "Ultimate" and "Deluxe" editions will also feature a disc of unreleased demos for nearly every album track, plus, "The Will To Survive", a previously unreleased song recorded during the album's sessions.
This glorious 10-CD box set contains 250 original Rockabilly recordings featuring Jonny Cash, Carl Phillips, Johnny Horton, Marty Robbins, Tennessee Ernie Ford, Hank Thompson, Faron Young, Bill Haley & The Saddlemen and many others. All the tracks were recorded between 1947 and 1960 but with the vast majority coming from the 1950's.
Louis and Lorenzo prepare to make their annual trip to Saint-Tite’s Western Festival. They rent an old bus, buy large amounts of alcohol and beer, and pack a video camera. All this attention to detail is justified by the fact that in addition to attending country music shows and rodeos, the purpose of this weekend escape is to throw a stag party for their longtime drinking buddy, Louis-David. However, the future groom does not want to participate. Will their friendship survive the test? Louis et Lorenzo décident d'enterrer la vie de garçon de leur chum de brosse Louis-David. Ils l'invitent à s'imbiber pour une ultime fois au célèbre Festival Western de St-Tite, avant la naissance de son premier enfant. Les deux fêtards croient avoir tout prévu, mais la bière de l'amitié sera plutôt tablette.
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