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Merle Kilgore a enregistré pour la légendaire étiquette impériale entre 1954 et 1959. Il a...plus

Merle Kilgore: Teenager's Holiday

Merle Kilgore a enregistré pour la légendaire étiquette impériale entre 1954 et 1959. Il a commencé en tant que chanteur de country, coupant la version originale de More And More de Webb Pierce et quelques autres chansons de hillbilly classiques comme Feeling Single Seeing Double et It Can Rain Tout le temps. Puis il est passé au rock 'n' roll, enregistrant à la Nouvelle-Orléans avec le producteur de Fats Domino, Dave Bartholomew. Les chansons qu'il a enregistrées incluent Hang Doll et Teenager's Holiday. Puis il enregistre en Louisiane, en utilisant des sommités telles que James Burton et Jim Landry à la guitare. Et puis entre 1961 et 1962, Merle était sur Mercury Records, coupant la pop country. En plus des 18 enregistrements impériaux, nous avons inclus 14 des premières réductions Mercury de Merle, comme 42 à Chicago, The Love Bug, Il n'y a pas de nourriture dans cette maison, Wicked City, Lovers Hell et Trouble At The Tower.

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Kilgore, Merle - Teenager's Holiday CD 1
01 Ride Jesse Ride Merle Kilgore
02 Hang Doll Merle Kilgore
03 Everbody Needs A Little Lovin' Merle Kilgore
04 Ernie Merle Kilgore
05 Start All Over Again Merle Kilgore
06 Tom Dooley, Jr. Merle Kilgore
07 More And More Merle Kilgore
08 It Can't Rain All The Time Merle Kilgore
09 Seein' Double, Feeling Single Merle Kilgore
10 What Makes Me Love You Merle Kilgore
11 Funny Feelin' Merle Kilgore
12 Now That You Are Leavin' Merle Kilgore
13 That's When My Blues Began Merle Kilgore
14 Teenager's Holiday Merle Kilgore
15 Please, Please, Please Merle Kilgore
16 I Feel Guilty Merle Kilgore
17 Trying To Find (Someone Like You) Merle Kilgore
18 Goodbye Merle Kilgore
19 42 In Chicago Merle Kilgore
20 Wicked City Merle Kilgore
21 I'll Take Ginger And Run Away Merle Kilgore
22 A Girl Named Liz Merle Kilgore
23 Ain't Nothin' But A Man Merle Kilgore
24 Something's Goin' On That I Can't See Merle Kilgore
25 There's No Food In This House Merle Kilgore
26 Lover's Hell Merle Kilgore
27 Back Street Affair Merle Kilgore
28 Trouble At The Tower Merle Kilgore
29 The Love Bug Merle Kilgore
30 I'll Shake Your Hand Merle Kilgore
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"Merle Kilgore"

Merle Kilgore

Merle Kilgore could be forgiven for thinking that he's seen it all. As a h Louisana, with something to prove - and arrive back six years later with noth-ing left to prove, but with ambition supplanted by an emptiness that alcohol eat ( efe: teenager he saw an almost unknown Hank Williams arrive in Shreveport, had filled. Merle saw Elvis Presley mount the same stage two years later with the same searing need to be heard. Later, with Johnny Horton, Merle ex- hor plored the outer limits of spiritualism, only to see his belief turn to apostasy. Me He sat on the tour bus while fans told Hank Williams Jr. that he would never be but a shadow of his daddy - and, working eventually as Jr's manager, saw the son define his own boundaries to become arguably the hottest property in A f country music.

 Merle has written, or co-written, over three hundred songs that others have recorded, starting with More And More, and embracing the timeless im-agery of Ring of Fire, and the solid novelty appeal of Wolverton Mountain. He started his recording career as a hillbilly singer, switching to rockabilly and even recording a session with Fats Domino's band, before flirting with ersatz folk, and eventually returning to country music.
Born in Chickasha, Oklahoma on August 9, 1934, Kilgore grew up in Shreveport, Louisiana, and started attending Byrd High School in 1948 - the year that the Louisiana Hayride started on KWKH. He hung around the sta-tion and the grill across the street where the performers whiled away the hours. Merle's heroes were the Bailes Brothers who played daily on KWKH as well as on the Hayride; he carried their guitars up to the studio every morn-ing: "The elevator didn't work 'I'll 7 :00am," recalls Merle, "and some of the shows started at 5 :00am. I' d carry up instruments all morning long."

It was in the grill that Merle met Hank Williams, just arrived from Montgomery with a rumour that he could steal any show: "We'd heard that if he could be sober a year, they'd put him on the Opry. The Bailes Brothers had helped to get him on the Hayride, and on the first night he asked me how they'd done. I said, 'Real good. l' d hate to have to follow them.' He said, 'I'll eat 'em alive' - and he did!" By the time Williams returned in 1952 with his life in tatters, Kilgore was attending Louisiana Tech in Ruston: "I' d come home for Thanksgiving and I walked into the grill and a voice said, 'Hey, Merle, ain't you gonna speak'. It was Hank. He had an old black rumpled suit, hat pulled down and he hadn't shaved in four orfive days."
A few months later, he was dead.

It was another graduate from KWKH, Webb Pierce, who got Merle his first shot at recording. Merle had finished at Louisiana Tech. He was working at American Optical, and as a dee-jay and featured artist on various stations in and around Pierce's home town of Monroe. "This guy came by with a big cigar," said Kilgore, "He'd been listening to me on the radio, and told me he was the biggest pipeliner in the entire South. He said he was building a television station in Monroe, and that I could be the first TV star in north-east Louisiana. I jumped at it. They billed me as the Tall Texan,
"At that time, Webb Pierce was just about the hottest thing in country music. He came home to Monroe for Christmas and went to see the barber who had been cutting his hair since he was a kid. The barber said, 'Hey, Webb, you ought to try and get on that Tall Texan show. If you get on that show, you' 11 have it made'. That made Webb mad,'and he went down to this bar where he had drunk all his life. The guy poured him a drink and said, 'Webb, you oughta watch that Tall Texan show at seven o' clock' . Webb got mad as hell and said, 'Who IS this Tall Texan?' He was at his sister's house at seven and he watched the show. He said, 'That' s Merle Kilgore! The kid that used to carry everyone's guitar at the Hayride'...


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Tracklist
Kilgore, Merle - Teenager's Holiday CD 1
01 Ride Jesse Ride
02 Hang Doll
03 Everbody Needs A Little Lovin'
04 Ernie
05 Start All Over Again
06 Tom Dooley, Jr.
07 More And More
08 It Can't Rain All The Time
09 Seein' Double, Feeling Single
10 What Makes Me Love You
11 Funny Feelin'
12 Now That You Are Leavin'
13 That's When My Blues Began
14 Teenager's Holiday
15 Please, Please, Please
16 I Feel Guilty
17 Trying To Find (Someone Like You)
18 Goodbye
19 42 In Chicago
20 Wicked City
21 I'll Take Ginger And Run Away
22 A Girl Named Liz
23 Ain't Nothin' But A Man
24 Something's Goin' On That I Can't See
25 There's No Food In This House
26 Lover's Hell
27 Back Street Affair
28 Trouble At The Tower
29 The Love Bug
30 I'll Shake Your Hand