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Lattie Moore - I'm Not Broke But I'm Badly Bent FLAC album


Performer: Lattie Moore
Genre: Rock / Folk and World music
Title: I'm Not Broke But I'm Badly Bent
Released: 2000
Style: Honky Tonk, Rockabilly
FLAC version ZIP size: 1634 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1711 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1309 mb
Rating: 4.1
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1. Under A Mexico Moon. 2. I'm Not Broke But I'm Badly Bent. 4. I'm Gonna Tell You Something. 5. Don't Trade The Old For A New. 6. A Brand New Case Of Love. 7. I Gotta Go Home (And Catch Up On My Sleep). 8. They're Not Worth The Paper They're Written On. 9. What Am I Supposed To Do. 10. Pull Down The Blinds. 11. 100,000 Women Can't Be Wrong. Lattie Moore may well be one of music's best kept secrets. A true pioneer, this album reflects the best of early rock-a-billy. Many of the tracks have been cut by other artists, but none can compare to the original. If not for circumstances beyond his control, Lattie would truly be known as one of the greatest artists of all time. If you like unprocessed, real music, this is for you.

I'm Not Broke But I'm Badly Bent: The Best of the King-Starday Recordings 1953-63. You Can't Make Hay Pickin' Cotton. The Best Of Lattie Moore.

Lattie Moore wrote and sang songs such as I'm Not Broke, But I'm Badly Bent. The singer Lattie Moore, who has died aged 85, was held in high regard by lovers of hillbilly and rockabilly music, and had a small but valid place in the history of rock'n'roll. Born in Scottsville, in south-western Kentucky, he grew up within easy range of the radio station WSM (We Shield Millions, named after the slogan of an insurance company that once owned it) in Nashville and its Saturday night country music showcase, the Grand Ole Opry. His last recording was a 1971 album, You Can't Make Hay Pickin' Cotton. Evidently, by then he couldn't make hay singing country either, because he returned to Scottsville, where for a few years he worked in law enforcement. By now he was a figure of near-legendary status in record-collecting circles, his discs eagerly collected and lovingly reissued.

Tracklist

1 Under A Mexico Moon
2 I'm Not Broke But I'm Badly Bent
3 Foolish Castles
4 I'm Gonna Tell You Something
5 Don't Trade The Old One For A New
6 A Brand New Case Of Love
7 I Gotta Go Home (And Catch Up On My Sleep)
8 They´re Not Worth The Paper They´re Written On
9 What Am I Supposed To Do
10 Pull Down The Blinds
11 100.000 Women Can't Be Wrong 2:28
12 Lonesome Man Blues
13 Why Did You Lie To Me
14 You Never Looked Sweet
15 Too Hot To Handle
16 Just-A-Waitin´
17 The Juke Box And The Phone
18 Rockabilly Joe´s
19 No Money In This Deal
20 If The Good Lord´s Willing (1959 version)
21 Cajun Doll
22 Driving Nails (In My Coffin)
23 Drunk Again
24 If The Good Lord´s Willing (1961 version)
25 Sundown And Sorrow
26 I Told You So (undubbed version)
27 Out Of Control
28 Just About Then
29 Honky Tonk Heaven

Companies, etc.

  • Marketed By – Demon-Westside

Notes

The best of the King-Starday recordings 1953-63

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 614475031096