Across The Wide Missouri

Cash McCall
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FORMAT: Audio CD - Disc
£4.99
Release date: 22 Apr 2014

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Not to be confused with the Missouri-born blues guitarist, singer and songwriter of the same name (or indeed the 1960 film starring James Garner and Natalie Wood), the Cash McCall we’re concerned with here was born Selwyn Cox, who was residing in Corby, Northants, when he signed to Ember in July 1962. The country singer and guitarist recorded two albums and a brace of singles for the label, who also licensed recordings (some sung in Italian) to Regal in Italy. We have rounded up a baker’s dozen of his (English) recordings on Across The Wide Missouri, whose title track (a variant of the traditional American folk song Shenandoah) was featured in the 2014 horror film Devil’s Due, which coincidentally features a newlywed couple called McCall…

Tracklist

CD1

  1. Across The Wide Missouri
  2. Many Are The Words (I've Left Unspoken)
  3. Travellin' Alone
  4. (It's Just) A Phase You're Going Through
  5. Tall Dark Stranger
  6. Buenos Noches
  7. Red River Valley
  8. Cheatin' Man
  9. Cold Cold Wind
  10. If I Wait
  11. Down In The Valley
  12. Home, Home On The Range
  13. Goin' Out West