By the time his third album, Livin' On Honky Tonk Time was released, the record company Ovation closed down. Joe signed with Elektra, who purchased Ovation in 1981. At that time he recorded "I Ain't Honky Tonkin' No More". The album Best of Joe Sun was released by Elektra. Joe recorded "The Sun Never Sets" for Sonet in 1987, followed by "Twilight Zone" with Dixiefrog in 1986 and "Hank Bogart Still Lives" with Dixiefrog in 1989. Sun's first solo album effort, the 1992 "Dixie and Me", on Austria's Crazy Music made its debut. Its response prompted the 1994 CD release of Some Old Memories by the same record label. An album and a video for Some Old Memories was released in 1994 by Crazy Music and was broadcast on SF1, a Swiss television station and 3SAT, a s television station. Joe Sun released the Heartbreak Saloon CD in 1991 with Dixiefrog.
Joe Sun with Shotgun (16) - Livin' On Honky Tonk Time (Album). Joe Sun And The Solar System (2) - The Sun Never Sets (Album). PGP RTB, Sonet, Sonet.
Joe Sun With Shotgun -Livin' On Honky Tonk Time (LP, Album, Promo). Label Ovation Records.
Honky Tonk Heroes is an album by American country music artist Waylon Jennings, released in 1973 on RCA Victor. With the exception of "We Had It All", all of the songs on the album were written or co-written by Billy Joe Shaver. The album is considered an important piece in the development of the outlaw subgenre in country music as it helped revive the honky tonk music of Nashville by injecting a rock and roll attitude.
George Strait will release his 30th studio album, titled Honky Tonk Time Machine, on March 29th. Its arrival ends an uncommonly long gap in output for the famously consistent Country Music Hall of Fame member, whose previous full-length album Cold Beer Conversation came out in 2015. To coincide with the album announcement, Strait has released the new song God and Country Music, penned by Luke Laird, Barry Dean and Lori McKenna and featuring an appearance by Strait’s grandson Harvey.
I Ain't Honky Tonkin' Anymore 1 0. Elektra 60010. I Ain't Honky Tonkin' AnymoreSlow Moving Freight TrainStepping Out BluesFraulein (57/-)Will The Circle Be UnbrokenGimme Some LovingTake The Time To FallLiving Outside The LawHold Up In Some Honky Tonk (40/-)Boys In The Back Of The Bus(32:45). The Best 0 0. Elektra 60189.
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|A1||Ready For The Times To Get Better
Written-By – Allen Reynolds
|A2||My Sweet Love Ain't Around
Written-By – Hank Williams
|A3||We're All A Bunch Of Outlaws In Our Mind
Written-By – Joe Sun, Lawrence Earney
|A4||Please Pull Away From Me
Written-By – John Lincoln Wright
Written-By – Jack Grayson, Joe Sun
|A6||I'd Better Go Home (While I Still Got A Home)
Written-By – Al Gore, Frank Dycus
|B1||Lonesome Rainin' City
Written-By – John Lincoln Wright
|B2||Bombed, Boozed, And Busted
Written-By – Dennis Knutson, Joe Sun
Written-By – Billy Ray Reynolds, Dickey Betts, Gary Stewart
|B4||Hobo On A Freight Train To Heaven
Acoustic Guitar [Lead] – Gregg GalbraithFiddle – Hoot HesterWritten-By – Sam Weedman
Written-By – Delbert McClinton
|B6||Knockin' On Heaven's Door
Written-By – Bob Dylan
- Distributed By – Pye Records (Sales) Ltd.
- Recorded At – Wax Works Studio
- Mastered At – Masterfonics
- Bass Guitar – Darrel (Rabbit) Warren*
- Design, Photography By – Bill Brunt, Private Eye Studio
- Drums, Instruments [Mason Jar] – Mark Edwards
- Engineer – Gene Rice
- Harmony Vocals – Annie Freeman, Bobby Harden , Cates Sisters, Curtis Young, "Rabbit" Warren*, Dennis Knutson, Joe Sun, Josephine Reid, Joyce Hawthorne, Kathy Wright , L.D. Stamp, Mark Edwards , Neil Flanz, Sharon Bell, Sheila Andrews, Skip Stevens
- Lead Guitar, Rhythm Guitar – L.D. Stamp
- Lead Guitar, Slide Guitar, Rhythm Guitar – Ray Flacke
- Producer – Brien Fisher
- Steel Guitar, Dobro – Neil Flanz
- Vocals, Acoustic Guitar [Rhythm Guitar], Harmonica – Joe Sun
NotesP 1980 Ovation Inc.
Special thanks to Harold B. "Shot" Jackson for use of Bigsby (Doo-Wah) pedalling dobro... to Onie Wheeler for train whistle on "Hobo On A Freight Train To Heaven," and Lenny Warren serving as roadie for Shotgun.
|OV 1755||Joe Sun||Livin' On Honky Tonk Time (LP, Album)||Ovation Records||OV 1755||France||1980|
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|OV 1755||Joe Sun With Shotgun||Joe Sun With Shotgun - Livin' On Honky Tonk Time (LP, Album)||Ovation Records||OV 1755||Canada||1980|
|OV 1755||Joe Sun With Shotgun||Joe Sun With Shotgun - Livin' On Honky Tonk Time (LP, Album)||Ovation Records||OV 1755||US||1980|
|OV 1755||Joe Sun With Shotgun||Joe Sun With Shotgun - Livin' On Honky Tonk Time (LP, Album, Promo)||Ovation Records||OV 1755||US||1980|