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  1. Stuart Marty - Miscellaneous Album Lyrics; 1. All Because of You: 2. Beyond The Great Divide: 3. Blue Railroad Train: 4. Country: 5. Country Girls: 6. Do You Really Want My Lovin' 7. Down The Road: 8. Get Down On Your Knees And Pray: 9. Get In Line Brother: Heart Of Stone: Hey Porter: Hometown Heroes: Honky Tonker: Honky.
  2. With this concept album, Marty Stuart pays tribute to the Sioux culture of what is now South Dakota and to the inspiration of Johnny Cash, whose band once included Stuart and who also developed a strong affinity for American Indian traditions/5(31).
  3. The album, of course, has its more honky tonk, hillbilly rock moments as well. While last time around, Stuart did the instrumental "Marty Stuart Goes to the Moon," here he boards his "Rocket Ship,"an ode to carnal pleasure and the late Del Shannon's bouncy "Sweet Love," about a man pleading for it, but being hung "out there like a puppet on a.
  4. Jun 24,  · Born in the small town of Philadelphia, Mississippi, Marty Stuart caught the music bug early, displaying prodigious talent on every stringed instrument he picked up. At an age when most kids are running bases in little league, year old Stuart was logging cross-country interstate miles as a mandolinist with the legendary Lester Flatt's road band.
  5. Honky Tonk Crowd (Marty Stuart song) From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia "Honky Tonk Crowd" is a song written by Marty Stuart and found on his album This One's Gonna Hurt You. It was later recorded by Rick Trevino, who released it in February as the second single from his eponymous debut album in (see infobox).
  6. Marty Stuart (born September 30, as John Martin Stuart), is an American country music singer, known for both his traditional style, and eclectic merging of rockabilly, honky tonk, and traditional country music. In the early s, he had a successful string of Country hits.
  7. Jun 18,  · Marty wrote 8 of the 11 songs on this CD, and his wit has never been sharper than in "The Mississippi Mudcat and Sister Sheryl Crow". It starts out with a hilarious intro featuring "King" Jimmy Martin and his country music coon dogs and beagle hounds, and never lets up/5(13).
  8. Lyrics to "Honky Tonker" by MARTY STUART: Well, every evening when the news is over / And the moon is a climbing high / I crank up my old pickup trick / And baby down the road I fly / Just to find a spot down in the parking lot / Of a place they call Big Jeans / Then I walk on .

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