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California-born Bud Hobbs was one of the first exponents of what became known as The Bakersfield Sound, but sadly died aged just 38 having left only around 30 studio recordings. These were of a high standard and featured the cream of the LA session musicians of the era including, on his 1953 sessions, Buck Owens on guitar, Ferlin Husky on bass and Tommy Collins on rhythm. Fine country-crooner voice, pitch perfect and distinctive. Thanks due to Ken Coffee and Russ Wapensky for the excellent liner notes and session details – and to Al Turner for the tracks!
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