CD Teenage Hangout [Mac Wiseman] [4000127156945] (CD 1206097),
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Teenage Hangout [Mac Wiseman] [4000127156945]


  • 1. Teen Age Hangout
    2. Step It up and Get Out
    3. Sundown
    4. I Hear You Knockin'
    5. Meanest Blues in the World, The
    6. Hey, Mr. Blues Man
    7. One Mint Julep
    8. I'm Waiting for Ships That Never Come In
    9. Fool, The
    10. I Like This Kind of Music
    11. Now That You Have Me
    12. Talk of the Town
    13. Glad Rags
    14. I'm Eatin' High on the Hog
    15. I Want Someone
    16. Camptown Races
    17. I'll Still Write Your Name in the Sand
    18. Promise of Things to Come
    19. Thinkin' About You
    20. Because We Are Young
    21. Be Good Baby
    22. 'tis Sweet to Be Remembered
    23. Running Bear
    24. Ballad of Davy Crockett, The
    25. Tom Dooley
    26. Sixteen Tons
    27. Paso, El
    28. Old Lamplighter, The
    29. Three Bells, The
    30. I'm Movin' On
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  • Additional Info
    Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): 0000015694

  • Credits
    ProducerMac Wiseman; Richard Weize (Reissue)
    Engineer

    Personnel: Mac Wiseman (vocals, guitar).
    Liner Note Author: Colin Escott.
    Illustrator: R.A. Andreas.
    Photographer: R.A. Andreas.
    Fans of Mac Wiseman's bluegrass might not know what to make of this batch of Dot recordings from the mid-'50s/early '60s. These 30 ultra-commercial sides consist of tight, precise performances of teen pop, rock & roll, and country-pop numbers, including many covers of contemporary hits. Wiseman's versions of hits such as "Tom Dooley," "Sixteen Tons," and "The Three Bells" benefit from arrangements that differ from the originals, while performances of less obvious material such as "Teen Age Hangout" and "Step It Up and Go" have become third-string rock & roll classics. Only "I Like This Kind of Music" even recalls bluegrass or hillbilly music -- Wiseman was obviously going for the commercial gold with these tracks. Teenage Hangout documents an odd detour in Wiseman's career while offering some '50s fun for the rock & roll crowd. ~ Greg Adams

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