Singer and songwriter Houston 'Buck' Turner had built a reputation as a talented singer in the Chattanooga area and was approached by band leader Tani Allen that year to join the Tennessee Pals. Steel guitarist Allen had founded his own country outfit band in Memphis short time earlier. Together they recorded a total of twelve songs from April 1950 to December 1951. These recordings have been collected on this LP.
A1 Empty Hands, Empty Heart, (Empty Pockets) 2:37 A2 Fatty Cake 2:48 A3 I Don't Want You Now 2:47 A4 I’ll Still Love You (After You’ve Gone) 2:46 A5 I’m Back In The Army 2:47 A6 Just Checkin’ On You 2:55
B1 Little Blue-Eyed Blond Goodbye 2:37 B2 On Our Shotgun Wedding Day 2:38 B3 Rockin’ Chair Boogie 2:40 B4 Suspicion Blues 2:45 B5 Tennessee Jive 2:40 B6 When Hillbilly Willie Met Kitty From The City 2:37
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