CD Detour [Wesley Tuttle] [CD Boxset] [6 discs] (CD 1238591), Audio Other
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Detour [Wesley Tuttle] [CD Boxset] [6 discs]


  • 1. Detour
    2. I Wish I Had Never Met Sunshine
    3. Little You Cared
    4. Why Do I Love You, Oh Why
    5. I Know It's Wrong
    6. With Tears in My Eyes
    7. I Want to Be Wanted
    8. Too Little Too Late
    9. I Can't Forget You (Tho I Tried)
    10. I'd Trade All of My Tomorrows
    11. When You Cry (You Cry Alone)
    12. Don't Play Around With My Heart
    13. Until Dawn
    14. Broken Promise Means a Broken Heart, A
    15. Let's Forget
    16. Excess Baggage
    17. If You Ever Need a Friend
    18. I've Loved You Too Long to Forget
    19. No Children Allowed
    20. Old Shep
    21. Mail Order Mama
    22. Too Bad About You
    23. You Can't Fool My Broken Heart
    24. Please Write to Me Harva Lee
    25. Cry Yourself to Sleep
    26. I'm Writing a Letter to Heaven
    27. Mom Understands
    28. There's a Star Spangled Rainbow
    29. Your Picture of Love
    30. Who Do You Spend Your Dreams With?
    31. Before I'm Through
    32. Lonely Trail of Memory
    33. Time and the Place, The
    34. Need You (& Marilyn Tuttle)
    35. Bitin' My Fingernails (& Marilyn Tuttle)
    36. Hold Me, Hold Me (& Marilyn Tuttle)
    37. When You Lose the One You Love
    38. This Cold War With You (& Marilyn Tuttle)
    39. Yodelin' Boogie
    40. Picture in a Frame, A
    41. Texas Yodel
    42. Devil's Heart
    43. (Heartsick Soldier On) Heartbreak Ridge
    44. Tennessee Rose
    45. I Stopped Living
    46. I've Got a Round Trip Ticket (From Here...)
    47. Flying Enterprise, The
    48. Love's Call of the Mountain
    49. They Locked God Outside the Iron Curtain
    50. Gathering Home
    51. Fill the Cup to Overflowing
    52. Hillbilly Heaven
    53. I Wonder Where You Are Tonight
    54. Never (& Marilyn Tuttle)
    55. Higher and Higher
    56. Jim, Johnny and Jonas
    57. Cimarron, Roll On
    58. Tomorrow Never Comes
    59. Love Gone Cold
    60. You Don't Care
    61. I Want to Be Wanted
    62. Long Time Gone
    63. Love Me Now
    64. Why Do I Love You, Oh Why
    65. Little You Cared
    66. Have I Told You Lately That I Love You
    67. Be Honest With Me
    68. Don't Live a Lie
    69. No One Will Ever Know
    70. Cattle Call
    71. I Guess I've Been Asleep All These Years
    72. Steel Guitar Rag
    73. I Hang My Head and Cry
    74. You Can't Break My Heart
    75. You Brought Sorrow to My Heart
    76. End of the World, The
    77. You Two-Timed Me One Time Too Often
    78. There's a New Moon Over My Shoulder
    79. Nobody's Darlin' But Mine
    80. Born to Lose
    81. We Live in Two Different Worlds Now
    82. That Pioneer Mother of Mine
    83. No Letter Today
    84. Christmas Carols by the Old Corral
    85. Pins and Needles in My Heart
    86. Home in San Antone
    87. Darling What More Can I Do
    88. Try Me One More Time
    89. Jealous Heart
    90. Yesterday's Roses
    91. I'll Wait For You, Dear
    92. This Lonely World
    93. Triflin' Gal
    94. I'll Never Do It Again
    95. I'm Lost Without You
    96. Headin' Down the Wrong Road
    97. Back in the Saddle Again
    98. I'll Be Back
    99. There's a Rainbow on the Rio Colorado
    100. Year Ago Tonight, A
    101. You'll Be Sorry
    102. Silver Spurs (On the Golden Stairs)
    103. Don't Hang Around Me Anymore
    104. My Red River Rose
    105. Don't You Weep Anymore Darlin'
    106. I Wonder Where You Are Tonight
    107. Roly Poly
    108. Everytime I Dream, You're My Darlin'
    109. Divorce Me C.O.C.
    110. Rose of the Alamo
    111. I'm Tellin' You
    112. Chained to a Memory of You
    113. Missouri
    114. Just Hangin' On
    115. Playin' Games With Me
    116. You Only Want Me When You're Lonely
    117. Ages and Ages Ago
    118. Last Mile, The
    119. Teardrops on My Heart
    120. Sweethearts on Parade
    121. Foggy River
    122. Red River Valley (& Marilyn Tuttle)
    123. When Pay Day Rolls Around
    124. Strawberry Roan
    125. Yodelin' Boogie
    126. Song of the Sierras:
    127. Texas Tornado
    128. (I Miss You) Since You've Been Gone
    129. Detour
    130. Song of the Sierras
    131. Texas Tornado (Instr.)
    132. Camptown Races
    133. Song of the Sierras (Reprise)
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  • Additional Info
    Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): BCD16416

  • Credits
    ProducerKen Nelson; Lee Gillette; Richard Weize (Reissue)
    Engineer

    Country cult hero Westley Tuttle is althologized on the four-CD + DVD boxed set DETOUR.
    Personnel: Jimmy Wakely, Merle Travis (vocals, guitar); Thurl Ravenscroft (bass voice); Doug Weston (guitar, steel guitar); Neil Kenneth Levang, Eddie Kirk, Herb Sargent, Jack Rivers Lewis , Rose Lee Maphis, Vincent Terri (guitar); Phil F. Marx Jr., Dick Stubbs, Earl Joaquin Murphey, Agapito "Pete" Martinez, Edward Mitchell, Jr., Wesley Webb West, Alvino Rey, Noel Boggs (steel guitar); John Paul Gerardi, Charlie Linville, Fiddlin' Kate Warren, Harold Hensley, Tex Atchison, Wade Ray, Bobby Bruce (fiddle); William Edward "Billy" Liebert (accordion, piano); Paul Sells (accordion, organ); E.A. "Highpockets" Busse (accordion); Paul Stambaugh, Vic Davis, W Wardle, Moon Mullican, Buddy Cole (piano); Gwyn Merle Nichols, Raymond Thomas Hagen, Tom Romersa, Jack Turner (drums).
    Liner Note Author: Packy Smith.
    Recording information: C.P. McGregor, Hollywood, CA (10/06/1944-03/10/1955); Capitol Recording Studio, Hollywood, CA (10/06/1944-03/10/1955); Decca Studio, Hollywood, CA (10/06/1944-03/10/1955); Radio Recorders, Hollywood, CA (10/06/1944-03/10/1955).
    Editors: David Godwin; Jerry Gunter.
    Illustrators: E. Rainald Schuman; Marilyn Tuttle.
    Photographers: E. Rainald Schuman; Marilyn Tuttle.
    Unknown Contributor Roles: Vivian Earls; Colleen Summers; Bill Sutton; Phil F. Marx Jr.; Gus Mack; Sunbrock's Cherokee Indians; Skeeter Hubbard; Jimmy Pruitt; Eddie Dean; Larry Sunbrock; Louis Innes; Eddie Downs; Slim Dossey; Merl Lindsey; Betsy Gay; Eddie Cletro; Ezra Paulette; Wesley Clark; Cottonseed Clark; Ernest Tubb; Frontiermen; Wesley Jay Stewart; Bill Wagnon; Conrad Cottrell; Carl Moore; Charlie Dameron; Quincy Snodgrass; Alex Jarvis; Frank Liddell; Norman Hedges; Marion Z. "Pee Wee" Adams; Freddie Hart; Gail Davis; Vince Ingles; The Tuttles; Leo Carillo; Brownie Reynolds; E.A. "Highpockets" Busse; Shirley Adams; Julio Lombardy; West Virginia Slim; Hank Penny; Buddy Doyle; Smudge Cidroni; Mary Jane Johnson; Harold Hensley; Foreman Phillips; Helen Field; Carl Piti; Hank Caldwell; Harry Schooler; Guy Cherry; Ray Cline; Herman "The Hermit" Snyder; Art Wenzel; Jenks "Tex" Carman; Jerry Colonna; Jimmy Dean; Johnny Mercer; Judy Hayden; Larry Collins; Les Anderson; Lorrie Collins; The Maddox Brothers & Rose; Mickey Clark; Minnie Pearl; Ray Whitley; Red Foley; Rose Maddox; Roy Rogers ; Arlie Duff; Skeets McDonald; Sonny James; Spade Cooley; Stuart Hamblen; Tex Ritter; Tex Williams; Texas Jim Lewis; Paul Cohen ; Billy Hill; Bobby Charles; Buddy DeSylva.
    Arranger: Paul Sells.
    Detour takes a look at the career of Wesley Tuttle, a nearly forgotten player in the West Coast country music scene of the '40s and '50s. The set contains four CDs, a DVD, and an 86-page book packaged in an LP-sized box. The first two discs hold most of Tuttle's Capitol recordings, including all of his hits and the early sides that prominently feature Merle Travis on guitar and background vocals. The remaining two audio discs are packed with rare radio transcriptions from the '40s. The DVD has a handful of telescriptions (early music videos) and a Jimmy Wakely film, Song of the Sierras, in which Tuttle co-stars. As for the music, Tuttle is similar in style to his confederates -- Jimmy Wakely, Johnny Bond, and Merle Travis -- but with much less novelty material than the latter two, and very little western music. Tuttle favored slow and medium tempos, and his accomplished yodeling is heard on only a few cuts. Song of the Sierras, mastered from a good print, is an average singing cowboy western with a ridiculous plot, but happily features a lot of music. The mere existence of a Wesley Tuttle box set practically precludes any criticism, but there are a couple of problems. One is that Detour omits an entire disc's worth of Capitol and Coral recordings; since Bear Family has a reputation for offering complete recordings sets, and their releases carry a premium price, the omission is puzzling. Most buyers would probably have preferred a fifth disc of music instead of, or in addition to, a DVD. Another puzzler is that the usual licensing information for the Capitol cuts is missing, which raises questions as to what was used as source material -- the original masters or commercial 78s? The sound is excellent but with noticeable surface noise in places, and the matter wouldn't be an issue if not for Bear Family's well-established reputation and high price. Many collectors would have been thrilled with a single-disc anthology, so, nitpicks aside, a multi-disc Wesley Tuttle set is a welcome thing. ~ Greg Adams

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