Lawrence Reynolds | He Comes from Alabama

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He Comes from Alabama

by Lawrence Reynolds

Lawrence Reynolds - Honky Tonk King - Songwriting Genius - Hitmaker - Self defeatist. His music and his voice exude emotion. His songs are as REAL as they come. Rawbone country,for the most part. You'll love this CD.
Genre: Country: Honky Tonk
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1. Survivor
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2. Haggard and Jones
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3. He Comes from Alabama
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4. All of a Sudden
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5. That Old Red River
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6. Hell Must Be Like Today
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7. My Heart Won't Leave Me Alone
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8. Grandpa's Song
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9. Seven Year Eyes
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10. I Hope You Choke
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11. Never Look Back
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12. High As Bill Monroe
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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This CD Album present a spread of Lawrence reynold's songs and recordings made cjiefly in the 90's. Lawrence no longer graces this earth with his presence, but his songs will live on.

Lawrence recorded a "demo" session in the late 1960's in Nashville. His songs and his voice knocked the town on it's heels. One of the songs on the demo session was release on Warner Brothers records and sold more than a million copies in the Pop market, although it was cut as a simple demo. that song was "Jesus Is A Soul Man". Lawrence had several major label contracts through the years, but never had another big hit. He did have his songs recorded by just about every star in Nashville, such as George Jones, Conway Twitty, Connie Smith, Nat Stuckey, and Left Firzzell. He had a pessimistic outlook on life and he could tell bad luck stories by the hours. No one ever associate with him will say anything but that he had more talent in his little finger than..........


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