Bobby Bare: Buddies with the Blues

Bobby Bare & Bill Parsons: Buddies with the Blues
Title: Buddies with the Blues
Label: El Toro Records

In the late 50's, future Country Music star, Bobby Bare had many failed attempts to sell when he signed with Capitol Records and recorded a few rock and roll, just before he was drafted into the Army, he wrote a song called "The All American Boy" and did a demo for his friend, Bill Parsons, to learn and record but in 1959 Fraternity Records released the original demo recorded by Bare but credited to Parsons and would became the second-biggest single in the U.S.

1.1 Down on the Corner of Love - Bobby Bare
1.2 Another Love Has Ended - Bobby Bare
1.3 Darlin' Don't - Bobby Bare
1.4 The Life of a Fool - Bobby Bare
1.5 A Beggar - Bobby Bare
1.6 The Livin' End - Bobby Bare
1.7 Vampira - Bobby Bare
1.8 Tender Years - Bobby Bare
1.9 The All-American Boy - Bill Parsons
1.10 Rubber Dolly - Bill Parsons
1.11 Educated Rock and Roll - Bill Parsons with the All American Boy's Orch
1.12 Sputnick No. 2 - Bill Parsons
1.13 Buddies with the Blues - Bobby Bare
1.14 My Rockin' Shoes - Bill Parsons
1.15 That's Where I Want to Be - Bobby Bare with Johnny ; the Jokers
1.16 I'm Hangin' Up My Rifle - - Bobby Bare with Johnny ; the Jokers
1.17 Sweet Singin' Sam - Bobby Bare
1.18 More Than a Poor Boy Could Give - Bobby Bare
1.19 No Letter from My Baby - Bobby Bare with the Charmaine Trio
1.20 Lynchin' Party - Bobby Bare
1.21 Hot Rod Volkswagen - Bill Parsons
1.22 Guitar Blues - Bill Parsons
1.23 Book of Love - Bobby Bare
1.24 Lorena - Bobby Bare
1.25 Sailor Man - Bobby Bare
1.26 Island of Love - Bobby Bare
1.27 That Mean Old Clock - Bobby Bare
1.28 The Day My Rainbow Fell - Bobby Bare
1.29 Brooklyn Bridge - Bobby Bare
1.30 Zig-Zag - Bobby Bare

Bobby Bare: Buddies with the Blues

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