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Tony Goodacre and Friends: Cheatin' Lyin' Drinkin' Cryin'

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"It's the songs of Cheatin' Lyin' Drinkin' Cryin', We all love to hear - About the broken hearted, lost and lonely, Cryin' in their beer. There's a jukebox in that honky-tonk tells the tale of love gone wrong, in a C..L..D..L.. good old country song".
Genre: Country: Traditional Country
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1. I'm Just a Country Boy
Tony Goodacre
2:51 $0.99
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2. Country Picker
Stu Page
2:42 $0.99
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3. Blue Eyes Crying in the Rain
Jeannie Dee
3:11 $0.99
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4. Cheatin' Lyin' Drinkin' Cryin'
Mick Haley
4:01 $0.99
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5. All My Rainbows
Geoff Ashford
3:07 $0.99
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6. On the Other Hand
Tony Goodacre
3:13 $0.99
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7. Standing Tall
Jeannie Dee
2:44 $0.99
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8. Sing an Irish Song
Geoff Ashford & Tony Goodacre
2:48 $0.99
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9. Hasta Luego
Tony Goodacre
2:21 $0.99
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10. T.T. Hall of Fame
Glyn Du Monte
3:17 $0.99
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11. Texan Nights
Geoff Ashford
3:29 $0.99
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12. Peaceful Easy Feeling
Duncan Calcutt
3:20 $0.99
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13. Nathan's Reel
Stu Page
1:20 $0.99
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14. Daddie's Little Girl
Carolann B
3:23 $0.99
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15. I Started to Stop Loving You Today
Mick Haley
3:50 $0.99
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16. Line Dancing
Geoff Ashford
3:24 $0.99
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17. Tangled Mind
Tony Goodacre
2:47 $0.99
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18. Stay Here and Drink
Stu Page
2:43 $0.99
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19. Crazy Arms
Jeannie Dee
3:27 $0.99
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20. Triad (Live)
Arthur Layfield
2:03 $0.99
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21. One More Broken Heart
Stu Page
2:46 $0.99
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22. I Fall to Pieces
Jeannie Dee
2:42 $0.99
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23. International Ambassador of Country Music
Tony Goodacre
4:06 $0.99
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24. Texas Music
Stu Page
2:08 $0.99
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25. Christmas Day
Geoff Ashford
2:53 $0.99
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26. Merry Christmas One and All (Christmas Jingle) [feat. Geoff Ashford]
Tony Goodacre
0:57 $0.99
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27. Ain't Got Nothing to Wear (feat. Jeannie Dee)
Tony Goodacre
3:42 $0.99
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Some brief information about each of the 27 tracks. Most of the tracks could come under the description of the title track, but not all of them. There's a little bit of foot-tapping Irish, and a 'Tongue in Cheek' comedy item (which is left until the last track to make pressing the eject button easy..........Enjoy them all!
1. I’m Just a Country Boy – Tony Goodacre. Learnt by Tony from a Harry Belafonte recording in the mid 1950’s, several years before the Don Williams No 1. Country chart hit in 1977.
2. Country Picker – Stu Page. Written and originally recorded by Stu Page on Sylvantone Records on a cassette only release in 1984, and re-released on a 25 track compilation CD, ‘Sylvantone Souvenirs Volume 2’ in 2006.
3. Blue Eyes Crying in the Rain – Jeannie Dee Trio. (Jeannie, her husband Duncan Calcutt and bass player Tony Kaempf who also add vocal harmonies.). Add the talents of Tony’s Session Band musicians Gerry Hale (fiddle) and Derek Thurlby (steel and lead guitars), and the production of Bill Clarke, this is one of 12 superb recordings which made up Jeannie’s first album ‘Introducing Jeannie’ on Sylvantone Records, recorded in 1984. Re-released on a complation CD ‘Sylvantone Souvenirs Volume 1. in 2006.
4. Cheatin’ Lyin’ Drinkin’ Cryin’ – Mick Haley. An original song written by Mick Haley in 2007, this adds to the two Mick Haley songs on the previous ‘Tony Goodacre & Friends’ various artistes CD album released in 2011
5. All my Rainbows. – Geoff Ashford. Written by Geoff, who adds all the musical and vocal backing to this recording, this composition has been in the Sylvantone Music publishing catalogue since the mid 1980’s, and is well worthy of a release at long last. As with all the original songs,they are all available for other artistes to record and perform. Just contact Tony Goodacre for details. tonygoodacre@hotmail.com
6. On the Other Hand – Tony Goodacre. First recorded by Keith Whitley in 1985, it was in 1986 that it became the first no.1 country hit for Randy Travis. The lyrics are a great example of a Nashville written Cheatin’ song.
7. Standing Tall – Jeannie Dee Trio. See above on track 3 for details of musicians etc. Jeannie originally learnt the song from Billy Jo Spears recording, later sung by Lorrie Morgan.
8. Sing an Irish Song – Geoff Ashford (duet with Tony Goodacre). Geoff and Tony team up to sing this happy, foot tapping song, an antidote to, and certainly not, a Cheatin’ Lyin’ or Cryin’ song. As for Drinking’, it probably depends on the Guinness!
9. Hasta Luego – Tony Goodacre. Recorded by Slim Whitman in 1967, it was the late George Mott from the Northern Dance Services shop in Shipley who suggested to Tony that he recorded this song, as it was very popular with Sequence Ballroom Dance clubs all over the U.K. Tony had already recorded some 45r.p.m EP’s so this song was added to another one.
10. T.T. Hall of Fame – Glyn du Monte. Glyn, who played drums on Tony’s LP album ‘Roaming ‘Round in Nashville in 1974, came from his home in the Isle of Man to join Tony in Bill Clarke’s Yorkshire studio to record this song and one of his own original composition in 1986. Written by David Callister, a well know personality and Manx Radio presenter in the Isle of Man, it was released on Sylvantone Records as a single STNS8602 in 1986.
11. Texan Nights – Geoff Ashford. Like track 5, All my Rainbows another song released at last.
12. Peaceful Easy Feeling – Duncan Calcutt. Duncan takes centre stage on lead vocals for the Jeannie Dee Trio, as he sings the 1972 Eagles song. Also included on the ‘Introducing Jeannie’ LP and later compilation CD’
13. Nathan’s Reel. – Stu Page. Written by Stu, this instrumental features the guitar playing of Stu and fellow guitarist Andy Whelan. Terry Clayton on bass and Brian Nicholls (drums) make up the band Remuda, originally released on the cassette only album ‘Honeysuckle Dreaming’ in April 1986. Sylvantone CSTON8604).
14. Daddy’s Little Girl – Carolann B. Another Geoff Ashford composition written for a female singer, and popular Yorkshire based singer Carolann B made a great recording for Geoff. She will also be recording another version of the song to include on her own new album due for release later in 2018.. .
15. I Started to Stop Loving you Today – Mick Haley. Another Mick Haley composition in pure traditional country style, featuring the steel guitar of Dave Adams and the production and musicianship of George Hart.
16. Line ‘Dancing – Geoff Ashford. In another of his own compositions, Geoff takes a light hearted look at the dance craze that swept the nation after Achy Breaky Heart in the mid 1980’s. If the overall tempo seems familiar, it is intentional – you can certainly dance to this one, even if you’re not two stepping in Texas like on the inlay photograph!
17. Tangled Mind – Tony Goodacre. Another of the many Hank Snow songs Tony learnt in the late 1950’s – early 1960’s from the various 45’s and LP’s he bought at that time.
18. Stay Here and Drink. – Stu Page. Here’s a classic Merle Haggard Drinkin’ song, just right for including on this album
19. Crazy Arms – Jeannie Dee Trio. Recorded by Ray Price in 1956, but learnt by Jeannie from a Patsy Cline recording, this original arrangement of a classic country song has been praised by many critics.
20. Triad – Arthur Layfield. Arthur played his Hawaiian steel guitar on stage with Tony from the mid 1960’s for over 30 years. Here, he features on a Lloyd Green instrumental, with Tony on guitar and Geoff Ashford (bass). From the 'Live in Ilkley' CD.
21. One More Broken Heart - Stu Page. Written by Stu, this was recorded on the 1986 cassette release ‘Front Page News’, with Stu (guitar) and Terry Clayton (bass) are Steve Isherwood (guitar) and John White (drums)
22. I Fall to Pieces. – Jeannie Dee Trio. More musical magic on this Patsy Cline classic. Details as on track 3.
23. International Ambassador of Country Music – Tony Goodacre. Tony wrote this song as a tribute to his good friend George Hamilton IV, who he first met in 1971, and with whom he worked with and toured for over 40 years. Backing him in Bill Clarke’s studio are members of his backing band from North Carolina, Don Ange (keyboard) and Dick Schuyler (bass). Listen out for Don playing snippets of George’s hits in the fade-out.
24. Texas Music – Stu Page. Another Stu page original – they may play in Nashville, but their hearts are in Texas.
25. Christmas Day – Geoff Ashford. A new Christmas song, written by Geoff, and released as a single to radio stations and the media in December 2017. Now made available on this album for download in plenty of time for Christmas 2018.
26. Merry Christmas One and All (Christmas Jingle). – Tony Goodacre & Geoff Ashford. Like the soing above, a short 57second long jingle for radio stations, and a lead in to play another song from this new album.
27. Ain’t Got Nothing to Wear – The Major & the Moaner (a.k.a. Tony Goodacre & Jeannie Dee). An original song sent to Tony by Sandy James, and recorded as an afterthought in 1986 for the LP vinyl album ‘The Tony Goodacre Collection’. Like it or hate it (opinion was divided) but it’s certainly different, but Jeannie and performed it on stage just once (at the King’s Hall, Ilkley). Tony was dressed as an army Major, and Jeannie was dressed in …..not very much at the end!!. It’s the last album track, so it can easily be ejected!



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