Hicks, Dan & His Hot Licks - Where'S The Money? / Striking It Rich! / Last Train To Hicksville... The Home Of Happy Feet | RECORD STORE DAY

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Where'S The Money? / Striking It Rich! / Last Train To Hicksville... The Home Of Happy Feet
Artist: Hicks, Dan & His Hot Licks
Format: CD


Label: Bgo - Beat Goes on
Rel. Date: 04/05/2024
UPC: 5017261215154

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1. I Feel Like Singing
2. Coast to Coast
3. News from Up the Street
4. Where's the Money?
5. Caught in the Rain
6. Shorty Falls in Love
7. By Hook or By Crook
8. Reelin' Down
9. The Buzzard Was Their Friend
10. Traffic Jam
11. Is This My Happy Home?
12. Dig a Little Deeper
13. You Got to Believe
14. Walkin' One and Only
15. O'Reilly at the Bar
16. Moody Richard (The Innocent Bystander)
17. Flight of the Fly
18. I Scare Myself
19. Philly Rag
20. The Laughing Song
21. Canned Music
22. I'm An Old Cowhand (From the Rio Grande)
23. Woe, the Luck
24. Presently in the Past
25. Skippy's Farewell
26. Fujiyama
27. Cowboy's Dream No.19
28. Lonely Madman
29. My Old Timey Baby
30. Vivando
31. Success
32. Cheaters Don't Win
33. Payday Blues
34. I Asked My Doctor
35. Sure Beats Me
36. The Euphonius Whale
37. Sweetheart
38. 'Long Come a Viper
39. It's Not My Time to Go

More Info:

Dan Hicks' three albums for Blue Thumb Records, dating from 1971, 1972 and 1973. All made the US Top 200 Albums chart. The band's music is an unlikely combination of jazz, swing, country and bluegrass. At the end of 1971, Hicks broke the band up and went more or less into retirement. Over the next few years he sporadically gigged and recorded, but by the mid-80s he had thrown himself back into regularly recording and gigging almost up till his untimely death in 2016. Digitally remastered and slipcased, and with extensive new notes.