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1. Hitching A Ride
Murray-Callender (BMI) Intune Inc. 2:17
Rod McKuen (ASCAP 20th Century Music Corp.-Charles Hanson Pub. 3:13
3. Kansas City
J. Leiber & M. Stoller (BMI) Lois Pub. 2:22
4. Honey Come Back
Jim Webb (BMI) Jobete Pub. 3:47
5. I Saw A Man
Don McCool (ASCAP) Brown Jug Pub. 2:23
6. Release Me
W.S. Stevenson & Eddie Miller (BMI) 4 Star Music Inc. 3:22
1. Who Oiled The Hinges On My Back Door?
Don McCool & CB Kelton (ASCAP) Brown Jug Pub. 2:31
2. Somewhere My Love
Paul Francis Webster & Maurice Jarre (ASCAP) Robbins Music Corp. 3:30
3. City Life
CB Kelton & Debbie Kelton (ASCAP) Brown Jug Pub. 2:20
M. Olssen- C,E, Hjlem-Bill Towne (BMI) Just Music Corp. 2:34
5. Raindrops Keep Falling On My Head
Burt Bacharach & H. David (ASCAP) Blue Seas-Jac 20th Century Music 2:44
6. Heartaches By The Number
Harlan Howard (BMI) Pamper Music Inc. 2:47
Town & Country
© Copyright 2012 – CB Kelton
NLP 501 STEREO
Without doubt, this is the most unusual album I’ve ever had the pleasure of hearing. Three extraordinary people, CB Kelton, Al Straza and Andy Anderson combine their talents with some of the greatest musicians in Nashville, Tennessee, to come up with the near unbelievable sounds and originations in this album.
CB Kelton is one of the great talents of our time, as you will quickly understand after listening to this album. You will be overwhelmed as you listen to “Who Oiled The Hinges On My Back Door?” or “Heartaches By The Number” and detect the great country sounds he acquired from his native state, Arkansas. Some of the selections such as “Somewhere My Love” and “Jean” will display his talents at the piano, talents he acquired from his travels after leaving Arkansas. Every selection within the album displays an entirely different approach to music and will surely leave you spellbound.
This album contains music for everyone, old or young. As manager Al Straza declares, “CB is great, he is versatile, he’s the best.” I’m sure you’ll agree with Al once you’ve heard this album. CB credits his success to Al, and through this unique team, there will undoubtedly be more accomplishments such as this in the future.
CB performs nightly at the famed Brown Jug in Decatur, Illinois, and is rapidly gaining the reputation of being the most versatile entertainer in show business. He never meets a stranger, though many people in and out of show business stop in at the Brown Jug for an evening of wonderful entertainment and beautiful surroundings. CB says, “These are my people,” and he pours his heart out to them just as he does in this album.
I feel honored just having the opportunity of writing this liner note, and being an entertainer myself, I would like to express my appreciation for such wonderful people as CB Kelton and Al Straza. They are a valuable credit to our wonderful world of music. Also to “Andy Anderson,” for a terrific job of producing, thanks for the new sounds.
I’ll sum up by saying, “Truly the best yet!”
By Bill Howard
Album Design: Dan Quest and Associates, Inc. NAP “Nashville Artist Productions”