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Likewise, Dusty in London is a new collection of 24 Springfield songs recorded in London when she was under contract to Atlantic. But schlock serves as an excellent low point from which to measure the highlights, of which there are enough to, well, to fill an album. The centerpiece of Memphis ' 11 original songs was "Son of a Preacher Man," the hit that took Springfield from her sugary Sixties pop best to downright soulful.
London is equally anonymous and string-heavy, so while it's not sappy, American-style pop, the violins can overwhelm. She'd likely have gotten in on the strength of her hits, but Memphis and London ensure her place in the pantheon of pop goddesses.
London 2. The mass appeal of so-called country music didn't begin with the Garthization of the early Nineties. Country music, or more accurately soft pop rock with Southern and Western streaks, was an A-1 seller 20 years ago, and there are still the cobwebbed mechanical bulls to prove it. Led by John Travolta's Urban Cowboy military-taut Wranglers, all things country were hot property in the late Seventies, and the scene's epicenter was Mickey Gilley's eponymously named club in Pasadena, a sludge-filled ship-channel suburb of Houston.
But people didn't come merely to sample Gilley's signature beer or purchase panties with the Gilley's logo. Urban Cowboy 's popularity and Gilley's series of chart toppers thankfully afforded the roadhouse a state-of-the-art track recording studio used to record nearly 1, performances. Even luckier, this treasure chest of recorded music was removed from the omnibus club before it burned down in , making Live at Gilley's the first time these recordings have seen daylight.
This 4-CD set spans Gilley's golden age, , and sure enough, the anthem of this honky-tonk zeitgeist, Johnny Lee's "Lookin' for Love," leads off the 64 tracks. The remaining selections must be the idea of a dusty radio programmer who's been cryogenically suspended since gauchos were vogue; does the world really need another version of "Wildfire," "Hooked on a Feeling," or the cheesy-silly lyrics of Bobby Goldsboro's "Honey?
The effect is like having your radio permanently dredge a lifeless Houston commercial country-pop station in Too bad. Live at Gilley's was -- and still is -- an idea with serious potential. In an effort to get more mileage out of their unparalleled back catalog, Rhino has started releasing "topical" compilations focusing on everything from Christmas to barbecue.
Next to a morbidly twisted piece of work like Nervous Norvus' "Transfusion" a 8 hit in ! Following this sequence with a James Dean interview where he warns kids not to drive fast is an especially nice touch. In a strange twist of irony, Hot Rods ' auto-centric approach actually liberates the music from the troublesome constrictions of genre. How else are you going to hear Thee Midniters' "Whittier Blvd. There are also sound bites of old gas station jingles, drive-in movies, and a recording of a "rev off" between Continental Club owner Steve Wertheimer's Mercury Custom and Mike Young's Chevrolet "Exotica" Impala.
While you're enjoying the music, you can open the accompanying booklet and read "The Kandy-Kolored Tangerine-Flake Streamline Baby," Tom Wolfe's new journalism chronicle of the Southern California custom car aesthetic.
All this and a pair of fuzzy dice for your rearview mirror will make even the least romantic economy car feel a little bit more like the long, lean American ride of yore. Colonel Abrams. Can't Stop Dancin. A Night at the M. Feel the Music.
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