Tompall Glaser - Outlaw To The Cross mp3 album
The Outlaws, a compilation album featuring songs sung by Waylon Jennings, Willie Nelson, Jessi Colter, and Tompall Glaser L-R Kris Kristofferson, Willie Nelson, Waylon Jennings at Willie's 1972 4th of July Picnic. The three founders have each made a significant contribution to the development of the outlaw genre Other Texans, like Townes Van Zandt, Steve Earle and Guy Clark, have developed the outlaw ethos through their songs and their lifestyles.
Thomas Paul "Tompall" Glaser (September 3, 1933 – August 12, 2013) was an American outlaw country music artist. Glaser was born in Spalding, Nebraska, the son of Alice Harriet Marie (née Davis) and Louis Nicholas Glaser. He was raised on a farm. Since the 1950s, he recorded as a solo artist and with his brothers Chuck and Jim in the trio Tompall & the Glaser Brothers
Tompall Glaser bolted from MGM/Polydor after the success of Wanted! The Outlaws, the compilation that brought him to the cusp of stardom, signing with ABC presumably with the intention that he was bound to follow Waylon and Willie to superstardom. or perhaps he never quite delivered the right album at the right time
Album · 1976 · 9 Songs. With Waylon’s wife Jessi Colter and friend Tompall Glaser filling out the posse, the first-ever platinum country album pulled together some of the best tunes from this dream team’s past as part of a fresh concept. The Waylon/Willie duet A Good Hearted Woman became outlaw country’s unofficial anthem and earned Nashville’s Most Wanted plenty of ears outside the country crowd. Wanted! The Outlaws Waylon Jennings.
Outlaw to the Cross" is a great addition to my Country/Gospel collection and I hope he'll do another, soon. 3 people found this helpful. After purchasing this Album I purchased another one recently by Jim Glaser titled THE MAN IN THE MIRROR. That I would also recommend to anyone who remembers what great Country Music Recordings use to sound like that came out of Nashville. Anyone who loves Gospel music will enjoy this album.
Tompall Glaser, center, with brothers Chuck and Jim Glaser, died Aug. 13, in Nashville at age 79. (Lastfm. Country singer and songwriter Tompall Glaser, a member of country's "outlaw" movement of the 1970s, has died after a long illness, his nephew Louis Glaser has told the Associated Press.
Thomas Paul "Tompall" Glaser - a staunchly independent singer, songwriter, studio owner, publisher and recording artist and a central figure in country music's much-vaunted "Outlaw Movement" of the 1970s - died Tuesday at his Nashville home after a long illness. Glaser, who was featured on Wanted! The Outlaws, country music's first million-selling album, was 79. Glaser was an unabashed rebel in a company town.
First of all, his name was Thomas Paul Glaser. One would suspect the southern pronunciation led to it becoming Tompall. He was a singer, writer and studio owner who partnered with his brothers to form Tompall and The Glaser Brothers. They began providing background vocals for Marty Robins. When country music began to lose the honky tonk sound, Glaser and many others formed the "Outlaw" country sound made famous by WIllie Nelson, Waylon Jennings, Hank Jr. and many others