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Joe Ely - Joe Ely album flac

  • Performer: Joe Ely
  • Album: Joe Ely
  • FLAC: 1766 mb | MP3: 1394 mb
  • Released: 1977
  • Country: US
  • Style: Country
  • Rating: 4.9/5
  • Votes: 117
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Joe Ely - Joe Ely album flac

Tracklist

I Had My Hopes Up High 3:33
Mardi Gras Waltz 2:49
She Never Spoke Spanish To Me 3:33
Gambler's Bride 2:35
Suckin' A Big Bottle Of Gin 3:14
Tennessee's Not The State I'm In 3:04
If You Were A Bluebird 2:58
Treat Me Like A Saturday Night 3:03
All My Love 3:09
Johnny Blues 4:09

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
MCA-2242 Joe Ely Joe Ely ‎(LP, Album) MCA Records MCA-2242 US 1977
MCF 2808, 0C 062-99 219, MCA 2242 Joe Ely Joe Ely ‎(LP, Album) MCA Records, MCA Records, MCA Records MCF 2808, 0C 062-99 219, MCA 2242 UK 1977
63 28 803 Joe Ely Joe Ely ‎(LP, Album) MCA Records 63 28 803 Spain 1977
0062.103 Joe Ely Joe Ely ‎(LP, Album) MCA Records 0062.103 Germany 1977
MCA-2242 Joe Ely Joe Ely ‎(LP, Album, Glo) MCA Records MCA-2242 US 1977
MCA-2242 Joe Ely Joe Ely ‎(LP, Album, RP) MCA Records MCA-2242 US 1980
MCA-837 Joe Ely Joe Ely ‎(LP, RE) MCA Records MCA-837 US 1980
MCA-2242 Joe Ely Joe Ely ‎(LP, RE) MCA Records MCA-2242 US 1980
MCAD-10219 Joe Ely Joe Ely ‎(CD, Album) MCA Records MCAD-10219 US 1991
MCAD-10219 Joe Ely Joe Ely ‎(CD, Album) MCA Records MCAD-10219 US 1991
MCD 10219, MCAD-10219 Joe Ely Joe Ely ‎(CD, Album, RE) MCA Records, MCA Records MCD 10219, MCAD-10219 Europe 1991
CBUJ 0742 Joe Ely Joe Ely ‎(CD, Album, RE) Universal Music Special Markets, CBUJ Entertainment CBUJ 0742 US Unknown
MCAC -10219 Joe Ely Joe Ely ‎(Cass, Album) MCA Records MCAC -10219 US Unknown
MCLC 19071 Joe Ely Joe Ely ‎(Cass, Album, RE, RM) MCA Records MCLC 19071 UK Unknown
MCL 1604 Joe Ely Joe Ely ‎(LP, Album, RE) MCA Records MCL 1604 UK Unknown
MCA-2242, MCA-837 (stamped) Joe Ely Joe Ely ‎(LP, Album, RP) MCA Records, MCA Records MCA-2242, MCA-837 (stamped) US Unknown


Joe Ely, Butch Hancock, Wayne Hancock, Robert Earl Keen, and Jo Carol Pierce provided and performed songs for the play Chippy, written by Jo Harvey Allen.

Joe Ely is the 1977 debut album by Texas singer-songwriter, Joe Ely. The album includes several tracks written by Ely's bandmates from The Flatlanders. Joe Ely and the follow-up album, Honky Tonk Masquerade, helped establish Ely as a solo artist.

Joe Ely and his wife, Sharon, have lived on the same ranch outside Austin, Texas, for 38 years, and in that time they’ve accumulated enough memorabilia to fill an entire building on the property. So it’s ironic that Ely’s latest lost album, Full Circle: The Lubbock Tapes, came not from his own personal effects but from those of his longtime pedal steel player, Lloyd Maines. He found this record just about a year and a half ago in a cardboard box, says Ely, sipping a cup of coffee in his living room one September afternoon

Joe Ely (born February 9, 1947, Amarillo, Texas, United States) is an American singer, songwriter and guitarist whose music touches on honky-tonk, Texas country, Tex-Mex and rock and roll. He has had a genre-crossing career, performing with Bruce Springsteen, Uncle Tupelo, Los Super Seven, the Chieftains and James McMurtry in addition to his early work with the Clash and more recent acoustic tours with Lyle Lovett, John Hiatt, and Guy Clark.

Texan singer-songwriter and guitarist, and one of the main movers of Austin's progressive country scene of the 1970s and '80s.

BPM Profile Joe Ely. Album starts at 136BPM, ends at 127BPM (-9), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by Joe Ely. Panhandle Rambler. Happy Songs From Rattlesnake Gulch.

The Joe Ely Band featured Ely on acoustic guitar and vocals, Jesse Taylor on electric guitar, Lloyd Maines on steel guitar, Gregg Wright on bass, and Steve Keeton on drums. A demo tape made by the group was passed to members of Jerry Jeff Walker's backup band, who gave it to Walker, who gave it to an A&R representative of Walker's label, MCA Records, and in the fall of 1975 Ely was signed to MCA. During 1976, he recorded his debut album, Joe Ely, which was released on January 10, 1977, along with a single, "All My Love," that reached the Billboard country charts. in the spring of 1980. By this point, Robert Marquam had replaced Steve Keeton as Ely's drummer.

For all his critical hosannas, Joe Ely is something of an acquired taste, since his rebellious neo-traditionalist country fluctuates between heartfelt honky tonk evocations, self-conscious modern-day mocking, and material that falls somewhere in between. He did cut a series of albums that were acclaimed and influential, including the rollicking Live Shots, one the great country live albums of its time, but MCA Nashville's 2000 The Best of Joe Ely is the best introduction to his sound and aesthetic

Joe Ely is the self-titled debut album by Joe Ely, released in 1977 on MCA Records. The album includes several tracks with "near-classic" status among Ely fans, including several written by Ely's bandmates from The Flatlanders. Although The Flatlanders never actually broke up, there would be several decades between their poorly distributed 1972 album and their next release. Joe Ely, together with his follow-up, Honky Tonk Masquerade, established Ely as a solo artist.