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CD D 594

AL CLAUSER & His Oklahoma Outlaws BACM CD 594


(May new release, No. 2). AL CLAUSER & His Oklahoma Outlaws BACM CD 594. Guitarist, songwriter and bandleader Al Clauser is reputed to be originator of the term “Western Swing”, using it as early as 1928, several years before it became mainstream popular with the likes of Bob Wills and Milton Brown. Clauser and his band had popular radio shows in the 1930s (WHO in Des Moines, Iowa) and then in Tulsa, Oklahoma on KTUL Radio from 1942. Our CD features mainly transcription recordings including several outstanding instrumentals. Al and his Oklahoma Cowboys were also featured as session players on our Bill Willhite CD 566.

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Track listing:

- Arkansas Traveler
- My Old Cow Pony
- Haste To The Wedding
- Trouble Amongt The Cattle
- Devil's Dream
- Old Texas Trail
- The Little Shirt My Mother Made For Me
- Sunrise On a Guinea Farm
- I'm Going Back To My Little Mountain Shack
- The Trail Of The Mountain Rose
- I'm Ridin’ Down The Trail To Albuquerque
- Miss Ida Red
- Black Crepe On My Heart
- B and O (Orange Blossom Special)
- Skyball Paint
- Wagoner
- Aloha Tears
- Sally Goodin
- D Rag
- I'm Losing You
- Corena (Corrine, Corrina)
- Oklahoma Home
- Corn Huskin’ Sal
- Ragtime Annie
- Liza Jane
- Don't Tell Me Your Troubles
- The Rovin’ Gambler
- Do Lord Remember Me
- My Sweet Mama
- Mockingbird
- Baby Girl
- Rolling Drifting Sand
- It's A Rugged Road

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Listen to sample tracks:

14 B & O Orange-Blossom-Special

33 It's A Rugged Road (1947)


CDs by Al Clauser's Oklahoma Outlaws

Al Clauser CD594-small 150
CD D 594

AL CLAUSER & His Oklahoma Outlaws BACM CD 594

(May new release, No. 2). AL CLAUSER & His Oklahoma Outlaws BACM CD 594. Guitarist, songwriter and bandleader Al Clauser is reputed to be originator of the term “Western Swing”, using it as early as 1928, several years before it became mainstream popular with the likes of Bob Wills and Milton Brown. Clauser and his band had popular radio shows in the 1930s (WHO in Des Moines, Iowa) and then in Tulsa, Oklahoma on KTUL Radio from 1942. Our CD features mainly transcription recordings including several outstanding instrumentals. Al and his Oklahoma Cowboys were also featured as session players on our Bill Willhite CD 566.


More details            Price: USD $16.00           

Bill Willhite-566-150
CD D 566

BILL WILLHITE with Al Clauser’s Oklahoma Outlaws – BACM CD 566

Bill Willhite was the rich voiced lead singer and guitarist on the one of the very first BACM issues (BACM 02, released in 2002 as Jack Savage & His Cowboys) and we have at last managed to track down enough good quality recordings for a second collection. 20 transcriptions recorded in California, mostly backed with Al Clauser’s crack band The Oklahoma Cowboys during the period when Hillhite and the band were filming with Gene Autry. Plus a few later tracks from the mid ‘40s. Nice mix of Western, popular and old timey songs – from this talented and once popular performer who is undeservedly overlooked by the country history books.


More details            Price: USD $16.00