"Anvils smash, whips crack and husky voices wail across the lonesome prairie... or to be more precise, RCA Victor's Studio A, Hollywood, California. Here are the virile, invigorating Hollywood Western tales of screen icon Lorne Greene. Recorded in the mid-1960s, at the height of his Bonanza fame, you'll hear a brew of tradition, lounge-pop affectation and spaghetti western mania. Witness the tense fuzz-tone of Pop Goes The Hammer, the chilling conclusion of The Search or the haunting, philosophical I'm A Gun. Bold arrangements by Joe Reisman and Anita Kerr, great songcraft and vigourous performances combine to produce this compelling program of thoughtful masculinity. Remastered from the original RCA Victor master tapes with rare photos, a candid interview with Lorne himself and original liner notes this deluxe collector's edition presents his finest LP with a generous clutch of extra tracks including the number one smash hit Ringo. So saddle up, and raise a gallop for the mythical west!" (label info) Comes with 24 pages full colour booklet with an interview, original liner notes and rare photos
soon in stock - please pre-order | AU| 2009| THE OMNI RECORDING CORP. | 16.90

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