Sunday, November 8, 2020

Jerry Jeff Walker [RIP] - Discography - 320kbps Bitrate

 Jerry Jeff Walker

Born: March 16, 1942 – Died: October 23, 2020
Jerry Jeff Walker (born Ronald Clyde Crosby) was an American country music singer and songwriter. He was a leading figure in the outlaw country music movement. He was best known for having written the 1968 song "Mr. Bojangles".  Jerry Jeff Walker was a Texan by choice, not birth, but few artists better typified the mood of the Lone Star State's outlaw country scene and their fabled singer/songwriter community. Walker never had a hit single himself, but his song "Mr. Bojangles" would become a standard covered by dozens of artists, and he had a cult following that supported him throughout a recording career that began in the 1960s and thrived into the 2000s. Walker's best work was literate and rowdy at the same time, with the wild, raucous mood of his performances balanced by a gift for a perceptive lyric that shone through despite his sometimes rough, plain-spoken vocal style, frequent witticisms, and a fondness for alcohol that marked his creative heyday. Walker also dabbled in jazz, and was a thoughtful interpreter of other people's compositions and a more intelligent and mature artist than his "gonzo" image suggested.

1969 - Jerry Jeff Walker with David Bromberg

2004 - Best Of The Rest


Coolmn said...

thanks for Jerry Jeff Walker. Other country discography requests would be the rest of the David Houston studio albums. Also the Webb Pierce, Nat Stuckey, Gary Morris, and Gary Stewart discographies.

Ozzieguy said...

Hello Coolmn
I am only sharing what I have personally purchased over many years, so I am sorry if I cannot complete what you mentioned. however, I shall ask my ex drummer friend if he has any of them.