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Shadows Of A Honky Tonk

by Leon Seiter

The traditional sounds of the late fifties and early sixties with the Nashville pickers that created this country sound.
Genre: Country: Traditional Country
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Under Your Spell Again
3:05 $0.99
2. I've Got A New Heartace
2:41 $0.99
3. You Dont Love Me ( But I'll Always Care)
4:15 $0.99
4. I've Seen The Devil Have His Way
2:30 $0.99
5. Where True Love Waits For Me
2:38 $0.99
6. Mr. Jones
3:06 $0.99
7. The Blue Grass Ain't Blue
2:33 $0.99
8. New Memories For Old
2:26 $0.99
9. I wonder Where Love Goes(when Its Gone)
2:46 $0.99
10. The Shadows Of A Honky Tonk
2:47 $0.99
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Album Notes
Leon Seiter's recording carrer started in the early sixties when his record of Sentened To Live, got played on country radio around the country.In 1971 Leon had a hit record (Rags TO Riches) which went top 10 in some major markets.Leon has had 5 natoinal singles.Leon has done concert dates with many of the major stars in country music, such as George Jones, Hank JR.,Loretta Lynn, and many more.In 2000 Leon Seiter was inducted into the (Michigan Country Music Hall Of Fame.

This CD Shadows Of A Honky Tonk was recorded in Nashville with Nashville A musicians That Played many hits to come out of nashville. Buddy Emmons On Steel, Buddy Spicher on Fiddle, Pete Wade on Guitar, David Spicher on Bass, and Jim White on drums.



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Bob Black

Classic country songs done by a great artist. I couldn't it off!!!!!

Henk Vierhoven from The Netherlands

Great traditional country
Do you like real country music that sounds like the sixties?
Then Leon Seiter is a must have. Ten country-pearls on one CD. Don't miss it.

Carol Nolan Seafert

I was very impressed.
I was very impressed and enjoyed both CD's. I thought you sounded like Mel Tillis who has always been one of my favorite country performers. I would love to hear you in person. See you at the reunion. Carol

A.J. Alfaro for Kweevak.com

Heartfelt musical arrangements!
Leon Seiter has successfully recreated the country sound of the late fifties and early sixties. The sound is warm and soothing and the musicianship is par excellence. Leon’s vocals are strong and convincing with quality vibrato and sustain notes. His song selection is traditional country and his execution of the material is sublime. Leon envelops you in his musical world again and again and leaves you very satisfied and content. Leon has surrounded himself with excellent musicians who each contribute significantly to the heavenly blend and delivery of every tune. Buddy Emmonds on pedal steel is sweet and soothing and serenades your musical senses. Buddy Spicer makes the fiddle smile and dance and grabs you with the charm and proficiency of his playing style. The rhythm section carries each tune genuinely and complements the soloists immensely. The vocal harmonies are balanced, well blended and supportive. Leon Seiter has achieved a successful recording of traditional country music of yesteryear. The CD is a genuine display of heartfelt musical arrangements showcasing Leon’s strong and enticing vocal delivery while fully utilizing the excellent musicians he features. The song content and quality are second to none.