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John D Loudermilk was perhaps the songwriter for whom the word "idiosyncratic" was created. His catalogue of songs defies classification, ranging from the unlikely to the downright bizarre, touching all points in between. Although he often came across as an unwilling performer, being happier when other people sang his songs, he was a fine singer, a skilful guitarist, and he registered hit records of his own. This is the companion to an earlier Jasmine release, Sittin' In The Balcony, The Songs Of John D. Loudermilk (JASCD 699). Tracks 1-22 are Loudermilk's own recordings, omitted from that earlier set, including his U.S. hits 'Road Hog', 'Thou Shalt Not Steal', 'Callin' Dr. Casey' and 'Bad News'. Tracks 23-32 present ten of his songs interpreted by artists like George Hamilton IV, Brian Hyland, Kris Jensen, Jack Scott, Sue Thompson, Bob Luman, etc., and features an eclectic range of hits, flips, and rarities.
John D Loudermilk was perhaps the songwriter for whom the word "idiosyncratic" was created. His catalogue of songs defies classification, ranging from the unlikely to the downright bizarre, touching all points in between. Although he often came across as an unwilling performer, being happier when other people sang his songs, he was a fine singer, a skilful guitarist, and he registered hit records of his own. This is the companion to an earlier Jasmine release, Sittin' In The Balcony, The Songs Of John D. Loudermilk (JASCD 699). Tracks 1-22 are Loudermilk's own recordings, omitted from that earlier set, including his U.S. hits 'Road Hog', 'Thou Shalt Not Steal', 'Callin' Dr. Casey' and 'Bad News'. Tracks 23-32 present ten of his songs interpreted by artists like George Hamilton IV, Brian Hyland, Kris Jensen, Jack Scott, Sue Thompson, Bob Luman, etc., and features an eclectic range of hits, flips, and rarities.
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Bully Of The Beach (Uk)
Artist: John Loudermilk D
Format: CD
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DISC: 1

1. Please Don't Play Me Number Nine
2. March Of The Minute Men
3. Angel Of Flight 509
4. Road Hog
5. He's Just A Scientist (That's All)
6. The Little Bird
7. Rhythm And Bluesy
8. Thou Shalt Not Steal
9. Google Eye
10. All Of This For Sally
11. Everybody Knows (Everyone But You)
12. Big Daddy
13. Angela Jones
14. The Bully Of The Beach
15. Oh How Sad
16. Tobacco Road
17. Givin' You All My Love
18. Callin' Dr. Casey
19. Little Wind-Up Doll
20. The Guitar Player (Her And Him)
21. Interstate Forty
22. Bad News
23. George Hamilton Iv - Tremble
24. Brian Hyland - I Gotta Go (Cause I Love You)
25. Floyd Robinson - Out Of Gas
26. Don Cherry - Then You Can Tell Me Goodbye
27. Nellie Rutherford - Turn Me On
28. Kris Jensen - Torture
29. Jack Scott - I Can't Hold Your Letters (In My Arms)
30. Sue Thompson - James (Hold The Ladder Steady)
31. Bob Luman - Envy
32. Dorsey Burnette - Darling Jane

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John D Loudermilk was perhaps the songwriter for whom the word "idiosyncratic" was created. His catalogue of songs defies classification, ranging from the unlikely to the downright bizarre, touching all points in between. Although he often came across as an unwilling performer, being happier when other people sang his songs, he was a fine singer, a skilful guitarist, and he registered hit records of his own. This is the companion to an earlier Jasmine release, Sittin' In The Balcony, The Songs Of John D. Loudermilk (JASCD 699). Tracks 1-22 are Loudermilk's own recordings, omitted from that earlier set, including his U.S. hits 'Road Hog', 'Thou Shalt Not Steal', 'Callin' Dr. Casey' and 'Bad News'. Tracks 23-32 present ten of his songs interpreted by artists like George Hamilton IV, Brian Hyland, Kris Jensen, Jack Scott, Sue Thompson, Bob Luman, etc., and features an eclectic range of hits, flips, and rarities.
        
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