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-Jerry Reed became known to a European audience as a film actor through the 'Smokey and the Bandit' movies. -Bear Family Recordsr presents the songwriter, singer, and accomplished guitarist who began his career with Capitol in 1955 and has also worked for NRC, Columbia, and RCA on a luxurious 10inch LP. -The vinyl album features his great rockers, covered by Elvis Presley and Gene Vincent, among others, and - especially on the bonus CD - a number of obscure yet terrific recordings. -In the eight-page booklet, author Roland Heinrich Rumtreiber provides exciting background information. -Limited edition pressed on high-quality vinyl. Jerry Reed was multitalented and highly original. He is still remembered for his charming role as Cledus Snow in the 'Smokey and the Bandit' movies with his buddy Burt Reynolds. However, others still cherish Reed as the outstanding songwriter and innovative guitar picker he also was. If you don't know Jerry Reed, you definitely will have heard his songs: Guitar Man and U.S. Male be Elvis Presley, Crazy Legs by Gene Vincent and his Blue Caps, Lord Mr. Ford by Matchbox, That's All You Got to Do by Brenda Lee, When I Found You by Big Sandy and his Fly-Right-Boys, and - last but not least - his outstanding East Bound and Down from the first Smokey movie. Jerry Reed Hubbard was born in Atlanta, Georgia, on March 20, 1937. He started his outstanding entertainment career with the help of legendary producer Bill Lowery who secured him a three-year deal with Capitol in 1955. On 'The Rockin' U.S. Male' several of Reed's up-tempo favorites are gathered for the first time. The time-spanning compilation presents Reed favorites as U.S. Male, When I Found You, and You Make It, They Take It with rarer stuff like Twist-a-Roo and the anachronistic exotica classic Rockin' in Bagdad. For the first time - and for the first time on vinyl - Reed's rockin' ravers from Capitol, NRC, Columbia, and RCA are presented on a combination platter
-Jerry Reed became known to a European audience as a film actor through the 'Smokey and the Bandit' movies. -Bear Family Recordsr presents the songwriter, singer, and accomplished guitarist who began his career with Capitol in 1955 and has also worked for NRC, Columbia, and RCA on a luxurious 10inch LP. -The vinyl album features his great rockers, covered by Elvis Presley and Gene Vincent, among others, and - especially on the bonus CD - a number of obscure yet terrific recordings. -In the eight-page booklet, author Roland Heinrich Rumtreiber provides exciting background information. -Limited edition pressed on high-quality vinyl. Jerry Reed was multitalented and highly original. He is still remembered for his charming role as Cledus Snow in the 'Smokey and the Bandit' movies with his buddy Burt Reynolds. However, others still cherish Reed as the outstanding songwriter and innovative guitar picker he also was. If you don't know Jerry Reed, you definitely will have heard his songs: Guitar Man and U.S. Male be Elvis Presley, Crazy Legs by Gene Vincent and his Blue Caps, Lord Mr. Ford by Matchbox, That's All You Got to Do by Brenda Lee, When I Found You by Big Sandy and his Fly-Right-Boys, and - last but not least - his outstanding East Bound and Down from the first Smokey movie. Jerry Reed Hubbard was born in Atlanta, Georgia, on March 20, 1937. He started his outstanding entertainment career with the help of legendary producer Bill Lowery who secured him a three-year deal with Capitol in 1955. On 'The Rockin' U.S. Male' several of Reed's up-tempo favorites are gathered for the first time. The time-spanning compilation presents Reed favorites as U.S. Male, When I Found You, and You Make It, They Take It with rarer stuff like Twist-a-Roo and the anachronistic exotica classic Rockin' in Bagdad. For the first time - and for the first time on vinyl - Reed's rockin' ravers from Capitol, NRC, Columbia, and RCA are presented on a combination platter
4000127140241

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Format: Vinyl
Label: BEAR FAMILY
Rel. Date: 07/08/2022
UPC: 4000127140241

Rockin' U.S. Male (10in) (Bonus Cd) [With Booklet] (Pcrd)
Artist: Jerry Reed
Format: Vinyl
New: Available $46.99
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DISC: 1

1. When I Found You
2. Guitar Man
3. You Make It, They Take It
4. Bessie Baby
5. Heart Appeal
6. Twist-A-Roo
7. I've Had Enough
8. U.S. Male
9. Hit and Run
10. Have Blues, Will Travel
11. Rockin' in Bagdad
12. In My Own Backyard
13. When I Found You
14. Guitar Man
15. You Make It, They Take It
16. Bessie Baby
17. Heart Appeal
18. Twist-A-Roo
19. I've Had Enough
20. U.S. Male
21. Hit and Run
22. Have Blues, Will Travel
23. Rockin' in Bagdad
24. In My Own Backyard
25. Oh! Lonely Heart
26. This Great Big Empty Room
27. Little Lovin' Liza
28. Teardrop Street
29. Your Money Makes You Purty
30. Pity the Fool
31. I Can't Find the Words
32. Hully Gully Guitar
33. This Can't Be Happening to Me
34. Rock Bottom #1
35. Rock Bottom #2
36. Heart Throb
37. I Wancha to Know

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-Jerry Reed became known to a European audience as a film actor through the 'Smokey and the Bandit' movies. -Bear Family Recordsr presents the songwriter, singer, and accomplished guitarist who began his career with Capitol in 1955 and has also worked for NRC, Columbia, and RCA on a luxurious 10inch LP. -The vinyl album features his great rockers, covered by Elvis Presley and Gene Vincent, among others, and - especially on the bonus CD - a number of obscure yet terrific recordings. -In the eight-page booklet, author Roland Heinrich Rumtreiber provides exciting background information. -Limited edition pressed on high-quality vinyl. Jerry Reed was multitalented and highly original. He is still remembered for his charming role as Cledus Snow in the 'Smokey and the Bandit' movies with his buddy Burt Reynolds. However, others still cherish Reed as the outstanding songwriter and innovative guitar picker he also was. If you don't know Jerry Reed, you definitely will have heard his songs: Guitar Man and U.S. Male be Elvis Presley, Crazy Legs by Gene Vincent and his Blue Caps, Lord Mr. Ford by Matchbox, That's All You Got to Do by Brenda Lee, When I Found You by Big Sandy and his Fly-Right-Boys, and - last but not least - his outstanding East Bound and Down from the first Smokey movie. Jerry Reed Hubbard was born in Atlanta, Georgia, on March 20, 1937. He started his outstanding entertainment career with the help of legendary producer Bill Lowery who secured him a three-year deal with Capitol in 1955. On 'The Rockin' U.S. Male' several of Reed's up-tempo favorites are gathered for the first time. The time-spanning compilation presents Reed favorites as U.S. Male, When I Found You, and You Make It, They Take It with rarer stuff like Twist-a-Roo and the anachronistic exotica classic Rockin' in Bagdad. For the first time - and for the first time on vinyl - Reed's rockin' ravers from Capitol, NRC, Columbia, and RCA are presented on a combination platter
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