Propelled by his 1956 Lee Hazlewood-produced hit "The Fool," Sanford Clark was already a rockabilly legend in his own right by the time he swapped his hair gel and switchblade for a pair of cowboy boots on They Call Me Country. Recorded between 1965-67 and originally released as a series of singles for Phoenix's Ramco label, the 12 tracks on this LP borrow Bakersfield's outlaw sound and ignore Nashville's countrypolitan flair, standing as a true lost masterpiece of country music's third generation. Clark's booming baritone tells tales of bar fights, heartaches, and drinking til you can't stand, while Waylon Jennings provides a backdrop of fuzzed out guitar twang. Mastered from the original session tapes and back on vinyl for the first time since the Nixon administration.
Limited to 1000 copies on blue vinyl
A1 The Fool A2 Shades A3 They Call Me Country A4 Climbin' The Walls A5 Step Aside A6 Once Upon A Time
B1 It's Nothing To Me B2 Look Out Floor B3 The Big Lie B4 Callin' All Hearts B5 Big Big Day Tomorrow B6 Black Jack County Chain
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