Merle Haggard - Kern River mp3 album
Album · 1984 · 11 Songs. 20th Century Masters - The Millennium Collection: The Best of Merle Haggard.
Kern River is an album by American recording artist Merle Haggard, released in 1985. It reached number 8 on the Billboard country albums chart.
Tracklist: 1. Kern River, 2. Old Flames Can’t Hold A Candle To You, 3. There I’ve Said It Again, 4. You Don’t Love Me Anymore, 5. Natural High, 6. Big Butter And Egg Man, 7. Ridin’ High, 8. There’s Somebody Else On Your Mind, 9. I Wonder Where I’ll Find You At Tonight, 10. There Won’t Be Another Now, 11. The Old Watermill. 2. Old Flames Can’t Hold A Candle To You. 3. There I’ve Said It Again.
BPM Profile Kern River. Album starts at 156BPM, ends at 93BPM (-63), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by Merle Haggard. Working in Tennessee. I Am What I Am. 2010.
It became his fifth album to top the Billboard country album charts. It also reached number 66 on the pop albums chart. Hag was Haggard's first album with a majority of original songs in two years, following two tribute albums (to Jimmie Rodgers and Bob Wills) and two live albums in 1969 and 1970
Arriving in 1985, Kern River is a curious mix of Haggard’s dry, spare narratives and nostalgic, big-band throwbacks, a combination that might initially seem to clash, but Hag handles it with an understated ease. If anything, the melancholic undercurrent of Kern River - one of Merle’s best latter-day songs - is a bit deceptive, as the rest of the record never quite manages to convey the same dusty sadness, preferring the sentimental to the stark.
Kern River Tracklist. 1. Kern River Lyrics.
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Kern River is the fortieth studio album by American recording artist Merle Haggard backed by The Strangers, released in 1985. Studio album by. Merle Haggard. The album is best remembered for its title track, which hit the Top 10 in the summer of 1985. The song also played a part in Haggard's souring relationship with his record label.