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Author: HighTone Records.
Publisher: Oakland, CA : Hightone Records, 2006.
Edition/Format:   Music CD : CD audio   Visual material : English
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A compilation of music released on the Oakland, California, label HighTone Records since their first album in 1983.
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Material Type: Music, Videorecording
Document Type: Sound Recording, Visual material
Music Type: Rock music; Country music; Blues
All Authors / Contributors: HighTone Records.
OCLC Number: 71296844
Notes: "Over five hours of music"--Container.
Historical and biographical notes on the company and its principals, Bruce Bromberg and Larry Sloven, along with notes on the musical selections and performers, in booklet (123 p. : ill. ; 13 cm.) laid in container.
Performer(s): Various performers.
Description: 4 audio discs : digital ; 4 3/4 in. + 1 DVD + 1 booklet (123 pages : illustrations ; 13 cm)
Details: Compact disc.
Contents: [Disc 1] Blues. Phone booth (Robert Cray Band) --
Stone, cold & blue (Frankie Lee) --
Tore up (Otis Rush) --
Smoking gun (Robert Cray Band) --
747 (Joe Louis Walker) --
Don't be afraid of the dark (Phillip Walker) --
I want to (do everything for you) (King Cotton and the Swamp Coolers) --
I'll get to heaven on my own (Joe Louis Walker) --
Moaning and groaning (Johnny Shines) --
They call me sundown (Lonesome Sundown) --
Sugar bee (Chris Gaffney) --
The devil's livin' there (James Armstrong) --
Going down South (R.L. Burnside) --
It's a minor thing (Redd Volkaert) --
Fast food slow death (Clarence Brewer) --
Eyesight to the blind (Kim Wilson) --
Miss Ida B. (Pinetop Perkins) --
How could you do it (Henry Gray) --
September 11th blues (Louisiana Red). [Disc 2] Rock. American music (The Blasters) --
Lord of the highway (Joe Ely) --
Flattop joint (Sonny Burgess with Dave Alvin) --
Blue collar blues (Billy Lee Riley) --
Lickin' stick (The Loved Ones) --
California sun (Dick Dale) --
Sparkling city (Ted Roddy) --
I ain't lyin' (The Skeletons) --
Lonely guy (Big Sandy) --
Telewacker (Redd Volkaert) --
Bullet from a gun (Teddy Morgan & The Pistolas) --
Open the door to your heart (Little Willie G.) --
The honky tonk wine (Carl Sonny Leyland) --
Saturday jump (Kim Lenz) --
Hot rodder's lament (Deke Dickerson) --
Rockabilly funeral (The Twangbangers featuring Bill Kirchen) --
Fourth of July (Dave Alvin) --
Hollywood bed (The Blasters) --
Little bitty kiss (Buddy Miller) --
Jug hustler blues (Seth Kauffman) --
Eve of destruction (PF Sloan with Frank Black & Buddy Miller). [Disc 3] Country. Let's start a rumor today (Bobby Durham) --
Rainin' rainin' rainin' (Gary Stewart) --
Goodbye lonesome, hello baby doll (The Lonesome Strangers) --
The garage sale (Buddy Miller) --
Stay out of my arms (Heather Myles) --
Room 309 (Reverend Billy C. Wirtz) --
Honky tonk queen (Big Sandy & His Fly-Rite Boys) --
Ramblin' fever (Billy Jo Shaver) --
I'm pretending (Buddy Miller) --
Corpus Christi Bay (Johnny Rodriquez) --
Wine don't lie (Dale Watson) --
The greatest story every told (Big Sandy & His Fly-Rite Boys) --
Comin' on thru (Johnny Dilks & His Visitacion Valley Boys) --
Little ole you (The Hollisters) --
Sting in the ole bee (Hank Thomson) --
Here I am in Dallas (Dallas Wayne) --
Truck drivin' man (The Twangbangers) --
It stops with me (The Hot Club of Cowtown) --
Dark end of the hallway (Clarence "Gatemouth" Brown) --
Walk away if you want to (The Domino Kings) --
Birth of the blues (Whit Smith's Hot Jazz Caravan). [Disc 4] Singing songwriters & other folk. Dallas (Jimmie Dale Gilmore) --
Blue Blvd. (Dale Alvin) --
West Texas plains (Rosie Flores) --
Link of chain (Chris Smither) --
Gallo de cielo (Tom Russell) --
By way of sorrow (Julie Miller) --
Louise (Ramblin' Jack Elliott with Tom Waits) --
The wild ox moan (Geoff Muldaur) --
No love today (Chris Smither) --
The walls of red wing (Ramblin' Jack Elliot with John Prine) --
Beyond the blues (Tom Russell with Jimmie Dale Gilmore) --
All my tears (Julie Miller) --
Padre prays for rain (Aztex) --
Midnight and lonesome (Buddy Miller) --
Gone in pawn (Po' Girl) --
Since you went away (Laurie Lewis and Tom Rozum) --
En la central de colima (Los Reales Del Rancho) --
Tonight we ride (Tom Russell). [DVD disc] Music videos. My baby thinks she's French (Joe Ely) --
Rainin' rainin' rainin' (Gary Stewart) --
Just can't cry no more (The Lonesome Strangers) --
Why did she stay with him (Dave Alvin) --
Blue highway (Rosie Flores) --
King of California (Dave Alvin) --
Rum and rodeo (Heather Myles) --
South of Round Rock, Texas (Dale Watson) --
My sinful days are over (Big Sandy & His Fly-Rite Boys) --
The rose of the San Joaquin (Tom Russell) --
You can't wrap your arms around a memory (Marty Brown) --
You can say that again (Johnny Rodriquez) --
Lovin' the bottle (Heather Myles) --
An empty glass (Gary Stewart) --
Honky tonk moon (Rosie Flores) --
Barn burning (Dave Alvin).
Other Titles: HighTone Records story

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A compilation of music released on the Oakland, California, label HighTone Records since their first album in 1983.

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