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The previous album was an all-star affair, but Where Did the Money Go? has a smaller cast that includes Bill Kirchen on guitar. Betty La Rue" is another of Axton's story-songs with drugs in the background like A Rusty Old Halo's "Della and the Dealer," and the title track, a vaguely calypso-styled song Axton sings with a faint dialect, was a minor hit. The album also contains a remake of "Ease Your Pain" from his 1971 album Joy to the World and an unremarkable cover of "The Battle of New Orleans.
This is the 1st issue with the crushed piggybank front cover and a close up of Hoyt Axton on the mid-back. 1st and and 2nd issue has same labels. Comes with lyric inner sleeve. Other Versions (5 of 5) View All. Cat.
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2006 two-for by Country legend Hoyt Axton. On a Rusty Old Halo (originally issued in 1979) Axton is backed by James Burton and Glen D. Hardin from Elvis Presley's band, Dr. John, Garth Hudson of the Band, Stephen Stills, Paul Butterfield and Jeff Baxter of the Doobie Brothers. The album features 'Della And the Dealer', a UK hit in 1980. Where Did the Money Go (1980) features his 'on the road band' with a couple of Commander Cody's Lost Planet Airmen, Bruce Buffalo Barlow and Bill Kirchen. Features lyrics plus sleeve notes by Alan Robinson.
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|1||Everybody's Goin' On The Road||3:06|
|2||Betty La Rue||2:53|
|3||Boozers Are Losers||3:10|
Voice – Donna Roberts Axton, Frank Lawson, Hoyt Axton, Marlene Prins, Michael Axton
|5||(When You Dance) You Do Not Tango||2:50|
|6||Smile As You Go By||2:27|
|7||Where Did The Money Go
Vocals – Mark Dawson
|8||Some People Ride||2:44|
|9||Midnight In Memphis
Lead Guitar – Tony Johnson
|10||Ease Your Pain||2:23|
|11||The Battle Of New Orleans
Harmonica – Michael Axton
|12||The House Song||3:17|
- Acoustic Guitar – Bill Kirchen
- Backing Vocals – Carol Hunt, Jana Lee Dare, Mark Dawson , Pamela Moore
- Bass – Bruce Barlow
- Drums – Tony Johnson
- Electric Guitar – Bill Kirchen
- Engineer – Corey Bailey
- Fiddle – Dennis Fetchet
- Harmonica – Mark Dawson
- Lead Vocals – Hoyt Axton
- Percussion – Tony Johnson
- Piano – Donna Roberts Axton
- Producer – Hoyt Axton
NotesStart 1980ies 2nd issue on Jeremiah with same labels but different front cover which has a medium close up of Hoyt Axton with his guitar. Cover has "Give The Gift Of Music" text and logo on lower back. Comes with lyric inner sleeve.
|JH5001||Hoyt Axton||Where Did The Money Go? (LP)||Jeremiah||JH5001||US||1980|
|VCR 1011||Hoyt Axton||Where Did The Money Go? (LP)||Vera Cruz Records||VCR 1011||Canada||1980|
|0063.227||Hoyt Axton||Where Did The Money Go? (LP, Album)||Global Records And Tapes||0063.227||Germany||1980|
|JH5001||Hoyt Axton||Where Did The Money Go? (Cass)||Jeremiah||JH5001||US||1980|
|YB LP 120||Hoyt Axton||Everybody's Goin' On The Road (LP)||Young Blood||YB LP 120||UK||1981|