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Bandits Ballads & Blues
Artist: James Talley
Format: CD

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Label: CIMARRON RECORDS
Rel. Date: 01/26/2024
UPC: 693249101524

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DISC: 1

1. Track 1
2. the Lovesong of Billy the Kid
3. Track 3
4. If We Could Love One Another
5. Track 5
6. Jesus Wasn't a Capitalist
7. Track 7
8. My Little Corner of the World
9. Track 9
10. for Those Who Can't (For Frank Archuleta, 173rd Airborne, Vietnam 1967)
11. Track 11
12. the Hanging of "Black Jack" Ketchum
13. Track 13
14. Somewhere in the Stars (A Song for Diego)
15. Track 15
16. You Always Look Good in Red
17. Track 17
18. the Dreamer (A Song for My Father)
19. 1
20. Christmas on the Rio Grande
21. 1
22. in These Times
23. 1
24. Fort Sumner Blues

More Info:

Bandits, Ballads and Blues, is the latest chapter in legendary singer/songwriter James Talley's remarkable career spanning more than 50 years, since his landmark Capitol Records album, Got No Bread, No Milk, No Money, but We Sure Got a Lot of Love, recorded in 1973. His new fifteenth album contains twelve powerful new songs covering a broad range of human emotion. Talley's rich and sincere story-telling voice is surrounded by a stellar group of Nashville's finest musicians and singers, giving each song a unique flavor. Bandits, Ballads, and Blues is an American portrait for the ages by a truly authentic artist steeped in the tradition of the great folk, country and blues pioneers - who would be proud of what James Talley has just created for these complex times. The world needs this meaningful music now more than ever.