• The Original Gene Watson Fan Site

  • Gene Watson: 'Real Country Music' (Fourteen Carat Music, 2016)

  • Gene Watson: 'Back in the Fire & At Last' (Morello Records, 2016) / this album was officially released on Friday 11 November 2016

  • Gene Watson's Calendar

  • The Original Gene Watson Fan Site

  • Gene Watson Guitars by Summey

  • The Original Gene Watson Fan Site

  • The Original Gene Watson Fan Site

  • Gene Watson at The Opry in Nashville

  • The Original Gene Watson Fan Site

Management


Lytle Management Group
P.O. Box 128228
Nashville, TN 37212
Contact Sarah Brosmer
Telephone 615-770-2688

Bookings



Battle Artist Agency
8887 Horton Highway,
College Grove, TN
Contact Rob Battle
office: 615-368-7433
mobile: 615-957-3444

Webster PR



Webster Public Relations
, PO Box 23015, Nashville, TN 37202

Contact Scott Adkins
Telephone 615-777-6995




England-based Hux Records was launched in 1998 and, since then, has built an enviable reputation as specialists in releasing classic archive recordings.  All of their titles include material which has never been available on CD before now; in fact, most Hux Records recordings have never been available before in any form.

Several albums are comprised of previously unreleased BBC recordings, such as John Peel Sessions and BBC Radio 1 Concerts.

Hux Records have re-issued many classic albums and added bonus tracks where available.

Brian O'Reilly and the enterprising team at Hux Records work directly with each featured artist, wherever possible, and they often assist with the studio mastering, artwork and packaging.

Hux Records CD booklets include informative liner notes and full recording details, along with artist photographs.

Hux Records are always looking for good ideas for possible album re-issues; if you have any interesting suggestions, then please get in touch via their website.

If your suggestion results in the release of an album, Hux Records will be happy to send you a bunch of CDs from their extensive catalogue.

huxrecords.com is regularly updated with album release information; it also includes their catalogue, audio clips, biographies and an order form.



Since 2002, Hux Records have served the music career of Gene Watson extremely well; they have released four outstanding '2-on-1' albums:



On Tuesday 3 September 2002, Hux Records released Gene Watson's 'Love in the Hot Afternoon & Paper Rosie' (Hux Records, 2002) as HUX 036.



On Monday 26 September 2005, Hux Records released Gene Watson's 'Because You Believed in Me & Beautiful Country' (Hux Records, 2005) as HUX 072.



On Monday 26 January 2009, Hux Records released Gene Watson's 'Reflections & Should I Come Home' (Hux Records, 2009) as HUX 101.



On Monday 9 May 2011 (United Kingdom & Ireland) and Tuesday 17 May 2011 (worldwide), Hux Records released Gene Watson's 'Memories to Burn & Starting New Memories' as HUX 124.


Hux Records have also celebrated other major country music artists, with fine re-issues of their material, including Billie Jo Spears (Friday 14 January 1938 - Wednesday 14 December 2011), Stoney Edwards (Tuesday 24 December 1929 - Saturday 5 April 1997), Tom T. Hall, Connie Smith, Clint Black, Charlie Louvin (Thursday 7 July 1927 - Wednesday 26 January 2011), Faron Young (Thursday 25 February 1932 - Tuesday 10 December 1996), Ed Bruce and Cal Smith (Thursday 7 April 1932 - Thursday 10 October 2013).

Hux Records: 2002



On Tuesday 3 September 2002Hux Records released Gene Watson's 'Love in the Hot Afternoon & Paper Rosie' (Hux Records, 2002) as HUX 036.

'Gene Watson has always been a favourite amongst fans of straight, no-frills country music.  His rich, mellow voice is magnificently expressive and instantly recognisable.

The two albums on this CD, drawn from the most commercially successful period of his career, certainly capture Watson in his prime.  'Love in the Hot Afternoon' (1975), his debut on US Capitol, followed hot on the heels of his first national hits, while 'Paper Rosie' (1977) was another early classic and the album that introduced him to British audiences.

Now two of Gene's classic, long-deleted early albums are brought together on this CD, offering another chance to enjoy the company of one of country music's greatest voices.  Both of these albums have been digitally remastered and now appear together on CD for the first time'.

Hux Records: 2003


On Monday 29 September 2003, Hux Records released Billie Jo Spears' 'Mr. Walker, It's All Over & Just Singing' (Hux Records, 2002) as HUX 044.

'Billie Jo Spears (Friday 14 January 1938 - Wednesday 14 December 2011) achieved several big country hits during the 1970s, including 'Blanket on the Ground' (No.1 for one week in April / May 1975) and 'What I've Got in Mind' (No.5, 1976), thanks to a sultry, bluesy voice that made her a perfect torch balladeer.

She also enjoyed great success in the States with songs like 'Mr. Walker, It's All Over', which gave her a Billboard No.4 hit in 1969 and is now revived in this packaging of her two early LPs.

These two albums, originally released in 1969 and 1972, represent the birth of Billie Jo's career.  Both titles have been digitally re-mastered and are now released on CD for the first time.

The accompanying 8-page booklet features extensive liner notes, including the sleeve notes from the original LPs and rare photographs'.

Hux Records: 2005


On Monday 25 July 2005, Hux Records released Stoney Edwards' 'Stoney Edwards & She's My Rock' (Hux Records, 2005) as HUX 069.

'Stoney Edwards' soulful honky-tonk sound has always had a devoted following and he is rightly revered as one of the great country artists.  After his early chart success in 1971, he continued his recording career right up to 1990.

In 1971, Stoney's debut single, the heart-wrenching true life tale, 'Two Dollar Toy' (No.68, 1970), became the first of fifteen chart entries for the singer.  Stoney's fourth single a year later, 'She's My Rock' (No.20, 1972), was his biggest ever chart success, breaching the Top 20.

Both of these tracks are included on this CD, which is chock full of superb country music, including the heartfelt 'Daddy Did His Best' (this single did not chart when released in 1972), later cut by Porter Wagoner (Friday 12 August 1927 - Sunday 28 October 2007) & Dolly Parton.

Also featured here are the much recorded breezy shuffle 'I Don't Believe I'll Fall in Love Today', as well as Stoney's own material, such as the whimsical 'Fishin' Song' and the tell-it-like-it-is 'You Can't Call Yourself Country'.

This CD brings together two of the finest albums by Stoney Edwards (Tuesday 24 December 1929 - Saturday 5 April 1997), originally released in 1971 and 1973 on the Capitol Records label.  Both titles have now been digitally re-mastered and are released on CD for the first time.  The accompanying 8-page booklet includes extensive liner notes and rare photographs'.



On Monday 26 September 2005Hux Records released Gene Watson's 'Because You Believed in Me & Beautiful Country' (Hux Records, 2005) as HUX 072.

'It is difficult to imagine the world of country music without the vast contribution that Gene Watson has made to it.

Between his major label debut on Capitol Records in 1975 and the present day, Gene Watson has excelled with his traditional slant within country music and has enjoyed several hit singles in the Country charts.

Watson is a singer in country music's grand tradition and has the skill to give powerful vocal performances and draw all the emotion from his selected material effortlessly.

In 1976, Watson released his second LP on the Capitol label, 'Because You Believed in Me' (Capitol Records, 1976), the title track of which had recently been a top 20 hit single (No.20, 1976).

'Beautiful Country' (Capitol Records, 1977), released the following year, included the hit singles 'The Old Man & His Horn' (No.11, 1977), 'I Don't Need a Thing at All' (No.8, 1978), and 'Cowboys Don't Get Lucky All The Time' (No.11, 1978), which was a hit in 1978.  This latter song also appeared on the soundtrack of the Sam Peckinpah movie 'Convoy'.

The two albums on this CD are drawn from the most commercially successful period of his career and capture Watson in his prime. 'Because You Believed in Me' (Capitol Records, 1976) & 'Beautiful Country' (Capitol Records, 1977) are now both released here on CD for the first time'.



On Monday 26 September 2005, Hux Records released Tom T. Hall's 'In Search of a Song and The Rhymer & Other Five & Dimers' (Hux Records, 2005) as HUX 071.

'Tom T. Hall became known as 'The Storyteller' for his brilliantly realised tales of small-town America.  His songs are three-minute snapshots of ordinary people's lives, written with exceptional wit, insight and humanity.

Many musicians have covered his songs, most notably Jeannie C. Riley with the 1968 hit 'Harper Valley P.T.A.' (No.1 for three weeks in September / October 1968), and he also has racked up several solo hits.

Between 1971 and 1976, he had six No.1 country hits, including his classic, 'The Year That Clayton Delaney Died' (No.1 for two weeks in September / October 1971), which is included.

This CD pairs two of his best albums: 1971's 'In Search of a Song' (rightly regarded as his masterpiece) and 'The Rhymer & Other Five & Dimers' from 1973.

Both of these LPs are now released here on CD for the first time'.

Hux Records: 2006

On Monday 27 March 2006, Hux Records released Connie Smith's 'Connie Smith & Cute 'n' Country' (Hux Records, 2006) as HUX 076.

'Connie Smith's first two LPs were originally released in 1965 and are now re-issued together on one CD for the first time.  Her debut album, included on this CD, was recently given a 5-Star rating by 'All Music Guide', who said the LP 'features her blowing through the Nashville Sound production like a down-home Streisand fronting The Lennon Sisters'.

This new CD includes Connie Smith's debut single, 'Once a Day' (written by Bill Anderson), which hit the top of the country charts, reigning at No.1 for eight weeks in 1964 (No.1 for eight weeks in November 1964 / December 1964 / January 1965).  Connie Smith's follow-up, 'Then & Only Then' (written by Bill Anderson), also featured, reached No.4 in the charts in 1965.

Connie Smith became a member of The Grand Ole Opry in 1965.  She continues to perform with The Opry and in 1998 returned with her first album in many years.

This '2-on-1' CD includes the original artwork and sleeve notes from both original LPs, along with rare photographs and new, updated liner notes'.



On Monday 9 October 2006, Hux Records released Clint Black's 'Killin' Time and Put Yourself in My Shoes' (Hux Records, 2006) as HUX 080.

'Clint Black is a country music traditionalist from Texas and was one of the first artists to kick-start the mass-market popularity of country in the 1990s.

This CD pairs Clint Black's classic debut LP, 'Killin' Time', with its impressive follow-up, 'Put Yourself in My Shoes'.

Hux Records: 2007

Tom T. Hall: 'We All Got Together And...& The Storyteller' (Hux Records, 2007)

On Monday 28 May 2007, Hux Records released Tom T. Hall's 'We All Got Together And...& The Storyteller' (Hux Records, 2007) as HUX 091.

'Tom T. Hall is known as a classic country music singer / songwriter, with a keen eye for detail and a knack for narrative.  The composer of eleven No.1 hits, he has written songs for dozens of country stars, including Johnny Cash (Friday 26 February 1932 - Friday 12 September 2003), George Jones (Saturday 12 September 1931 - Friday 26 April 2013), Loretta Lynn, Waylon Jennings (Tuesday 15 June 1937 - Wednesday 13 February 2002) and Alan Jackson.

Very early on in his career, Tom T. Hall picked up the sobriquet of 'The Storyteller', and the title 'The Storyteller' was used for one of two albums that Mercury released in 1972, the other being 'We All Got Together And…'.  Both of these albums registered on the upper reaches of the country music chart in 1972.

Over the following decades, Tom T. Hall went on to release several more great albums.  But it is his work in the 1970s for which Tom T. Hall will always be remembered, and it doesn't come any better than the two albums presented on this CD.

Now digitally re-mastered, these two exemplary albums are now re-issued together on one CD for the first time.

Included here is the country No.1 song, ‘Old Dogs, Children & Watermelon Wine' (No.1 for one week in January / February 1973), considered by many fans to be Tom T. Hall's finest recording'.

Hux Records: 2009



On Monday 26 January 2009Hux Records released Gene Watson's 'Reflections & Should I Come Home' (Hux Records, 2009) as HUX 101.

'Gene Watson was once cited by George Jones (Saturday 12 September 1931 - Friday 26 April 2013) - almost certainly the greatest country artist that the world has known - as his favourite country ballad singer.  Whilst Grand Old Opry veteran and country superstar, the late Porter Wagoner (Friday 12 August 1927 - Sunday 28 October 2007), once described Watson as 'a singer's singer'.

Gene Watson's 'Reflections' album, from 1978 and 'Should I Come Home', from 1979, both included several country chart hits, including 'One Sided Conversation' (No.8, 1978), 'Farewell Party' (No.5, 1979), 'Pick The Wildwood Flower' (No.5, 1979), 'Nothing Sure Looked Good on You' (No.4, 1980) and 'Should I Come Home (or Should I Go Crazy)' (No.3, 1979).

These two albums maintain the superlative standard set by Gene's earlier LPs, arguably even surpassing them in terms of material and performances.

Both albums have now been digitally re-mastered and are released here on CD for the first time.  The accompanying 12-page booklet includes extensive liner notes, photographs and full lyrics to all of the featured tracks.



On Monday 26 January 2009, Hux Records released Charlie Louvin's 'Less and Less & I Don't Love You Anymore and Lonesome is Me' (Hux Records, 2009) as HUX 099.

'From the mid-1950s until the early 1960s, The Louvin Brothers, comprising Charlie (Thursday 7 July 1927 - Wednesday 26 January 2011) and his brother Ira (Monday 21 April 1924 - Sunday 20 June 1965), became one of the most prestigious and influential bluegrass acts of all time.

They developed a sound that was to later influence and inspire many others, including (especially) The Everly Brothers and such seminal country rock performers as The Byrds and Gram Parsons (Tuesday 5 November 1946 - Wednesday 19 September 1973).  The duo separated in 1963 and both went on to pursue solo careers.

In 1964, Charlie Louvin released his first solo album.  As was the fashion of the day, the album was named after two chart successes, 'Less & Less' and 'I Don't Love You Anymore'.  Charlie's second album, 'Lonesome is Me', followed in 1966.

Louvin's music had now become smoother and more 'mainstream Nashville' than his erstwhile raw 'mountainy' style, although a plaintive bluegrass undertone is never too far from the surface in his vocal delivery.

Both albums have now been digitally re-mastered and are released on CD for the first time.  The accompanying 12-page booklet includes extensive liner notes, photographs and full lyrics to all of the featured tracks.

Today, Louvin continues to be involved in recording projects, often in esteemed company which has included George Jones (Saturday 12 September 1931 - Friday 26 April 2013), Tanya Tucker, Willie Nelson, Waylon Jennings (Tuesday 15 June 1937 - Wednesday 13 February 2002) and Charlie Daniels.

2007 saw the release of a new album, which reprised his classic material and was recorded with rock and country stars, such as Tom T. Hall, Elvis Costello and Marty Stuart, as well as members from alt-country ensembles such as Wilco and Lambchop'.



On Monday 27 April 2009, Hux Records released Faron Young's 'Here's Faron Young & Occasional Wife' (Hux Records, 2009) as HUX 105.

'Two original Faron Young LPs, first released in 1968 and 1970, now digitally re-mastered and re-issued on CD for the first time.

Faron Young (Thursday 25 February 1932 - Tuesday 10 December 1996) had one of the longest-running and most popular careers in country music history.  Emerging in the early 1950s, Young continued making great music through until the early 1990s.

This CD is comprised of two first rate albums; 'Here's Faron Young' from 1968 and 'Occasional Wife' from 1970.

Both LPs showcase Faron's recordings from a time when he was at the very height of his career, where his individual trademark tremulous tenor vocals were never better.

The album 'Here's Faron Young' includes two country music hits - 'She Went a Little Bit Farther' (No.14, 1968) and 'I Just Came to Get My Baby' (No.8, 1968).

The 'Occasional Wife' LP also produced two hit singles - 'If I Ever Fall in Love (with a Honky Tonk Girl)' (No.4, 1970) and the title track, 'Occasional Wife' (No.6, 1970).

Both albums on this disc have now been digitally re-mastered and are re-issued here together on CD for the first time.  The accompanying 12-page booklet includes photographs, liner notes and full lyrics to all of the featured tracks'.



On Monday 27 April 2009, Hux Records released Ed Bruce's 'The Tennessean and Cowboys & Dreamers' (Hux Records, 2009) as HUX 106.

'Two stunning LPs from one of the original Sun Records artists, and the composer of the classic country hit, 'Mammas, Don't Let Your Babies Grow up to be Cowboys'.

Ed Bruce was one of the original Sun Records artists, and released his first records at the age of just seventeen.  He subsequently enjoyed a long and successful musical career, and his résumé contains no less than eight BMI Award winning songs.

His legendary composition, 'Mammas, Don't Let Your Babies Grow up to be Cowboys', became an enormous success for Waylon Jennings (Tuesday 15 June 1937 - Wednesday 13 February 2002) and Willie Nelson, when they recorded it as a duo in 1977 (No.1 for four weeks in March / April 1978).

The two Ed Bruce albums on this CD were originally released in 1977 and 1978.  They have now been digitally re-mastered and are re-issued together on CD for the first time.  These two LPs contain some truly outstanding and memorable country music, performed in Ed Bruce's rich and resonant baritone, supported by the cream of Nashville musicians and with first rate production from Buddy Killen (Sunday 13 November 1932 - Wednesday 1 November 2006).

Included here is Ed Bruce's signature tune, 'When I Die, Just Let Me go to Texas'.  This song was later a huge hit for Tanya Tucker, who re-titled it, 'Texas (When I Die)' (No.5, 1978).

The accompanying 12-page booklet includes photographs, liner notes and full lyrics to all of the featured tracks'.



On Monday 7 December 2009, Hux Records released Cal Smith's 'The Best of Cal Smith' (Hux Records, 2009) as HUX 110.

'Singer Cal Smith (Thursday 7 April 1932 - Thursday 10 October 2013) was the possessor of a warm, comforting baritone who had a significant presence in the US country music market, especially during the 1970s.  This sixteen track compilation covers his MCA years from 1973 to 1978, his best and most successful period.

As a member of Ernest Tubb's band during the 1960s, Smith's big break came when Tubb helped to get him a solo record deal of his own in 1966, with Kapp Records.  From 1967 to 1970, Smith had eight chart singles on the Kapp label.

In 1970, Smith signed with MCA Records, and embarked on his most successful period, which included his first No.1 hit: 'The Lord Knows I'm Drinking' (written by Bill Anderson) (No.1 for one week in March 1973).

Smith's next No.1 single, 'Country Bumpkin' (written by Don Wayne) (No.1 for one week in May 1974), became his career record and signature song, and was a perennial favourite for years to come.  It was also voted the Country Music Association's 'Song of the Year' in 1974.

His third No.1, 'It's Time to Pay the Fiddler' (written by Don Wayne and Walter Haynes) (No.1 for one week in March 1975), established Smith as a firm favourite amongst fans of pure country music.

All three of these No.1 hits are included here on this 'Best of' compilation.  Many of these songs are now released on CD for the first time.

This CD compilation has been digitally re-mastered by Ron Geesin.  The booklet includes extensive liner notes, photographs and full lyrics to every track'.

Hux Records: 2010



On Tuesday 9 March 2010, Hux Records released Marty Robbins' 'Have I Told You Lately That I Love You? & I've Got a Woman's Love' (Hux Records, 2010) as HUX 112.

'In the history of country music, no artist has ever had a more stylistically diverse career than Marty Robbins (Saturday 26 September 1925 - Wednesday 8 December 1982).

Robbins was never content to remain just a country singer, and performed successfully in a dazzling array of styles during more than thirty years in the business.

In 1959, he became the first country music star to be awarded a Grammy, for his classic country hit 'El Paso' (No.1 on the Billboard country music singles chart in 1960, and No.1 on the Billboard Hot 100 pop music singles chart in 1960), and the success of this song established Robbins once and for all.

In 1970, the Academy of Country Music (ACM) voted him their 'Man of the Decade'.

This CD features two of Marty's LPs which were originally released on Columbia Records in 1972 and 1974.  They are now re-issued on CD for the first time.  Included are several Robbins' originals, as well as some of his exquisite interpretations of standards.

The accompanying booklet includes extensive liner notes, rare photographs and full lyrics to every featured track'.



On Monday 25 October 2010, Hux Records released Marty Robbins' 'I'm Walk Alone and It's A Sin' (Hux Records, 2010) as HUX 116.

'Marty Robbins (Saturday 26 September 1925 - Wednesday 8 December 1982) was a consummate all-round entertainer.

Cowboy singer, rock 'n' roller, pop balladeer; he featured elements of bluegrass, Mexican, Hawaiian, Caribbean, jazzy pop standards and country tearjerkers into his varied repertoire.  A prolific songwriter, he was one of country music's first successful album artists and maintained a prolific presence in this area.

In 1959, he became the first country music star to be awarded a Grammy, for his classic country hit 'El Paso' (No.1 on the Billboard country music singles chart in 1960, and No.1 on the Billboard Hot 100 pop music singles chart in 1960), and the success of this song established Robbins once and for all.

In 1970, the Academy of Country Music (ACM) voted him their 'Man of the Decade'.

In 1982, just two months before he died, Marty Robbins was inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame.  He was a huge favourite of rockers from The Grateful Dead to The Clash, and Elvis Presley (Tuesday 8 January 1935 - Tuesday 16 August 1977) made Marty's 'You Gave Me a Mountain' a 1970s standard.

In 2006, The Who's 'Endless Wire' album included the song, 'God Speaks of Marty Robbins'.


Merle Haggard (Tuesday 6 April 1937 - Wednesday 6 April 2016) had often talked of his wish to record his own tribute album to Marty Robbins.

The two LPs featured were originally released on the Columbia label in 1968 and 1969.  The title song, 'I Walk Alone' (written by Herbert Wilson), became Marty's 13th No.1 country hit (No.1 for two weeks in November 1968) and led to him recording his follow up album in the same style, and again featuring him playing piano.

These two original LPs have now been digitally re-mastered from the original production tapes and are re-issued on CD for the first time.  The accompanying 12-page booklet includes extensive liner notes by Maverick Magazine editor Alan Cackett, plus full lyrics to all of the featured tracks'.



On Monday 25 October 2010, Hux Records released Johnny Paycheck's 'Someone To Give My Love To and Somebody Loves Me' (Hux Records, 2010) as HUX 117.

'In a recent article for Country Music People magazine, the editor Craig Baguley called Johnny Paycheck (Tuesday 31 May 1938 - Wednesday 19 February 2003) 'the greatest singer country music has ever produced', and went on to opine that George Jones (Saturday 12 September 1931 - Friday 26 April 2013) owes his vocal styling to Paycheck.

Born in 1938, Paycheck showed an early interest in country music and took up the guitar at the age of six.  As a teenager, he hitchhiked around the country, singing in bars.  Eventually, he enlisted in the navy where, after a fight with a senior officer, he landed up to two years in the brig.

This was typical of Paycheck's anti-authority attitude which stayed with him throughout a notorious roller-coaster lifetime of highs and lows involving drink, drugs, barroom brawls and prison sentences (in 1977, Paycheck's career single and blue collar anthem, 'Take This Job & Shove It' (written by David allan Coe) (No.1 for two weeks in January 1978), inspired one-man wildcat strikes all over America).

After travelling to Nashville in 1958, Paycheck performed in the bands of Porter Wagoner (Friday 12 August 1927 - Sunday 28 October 2007), Faron Young (Thursday 25 February 1932 - Tuesday 10 December 1996), Ray Price (Tuesday 12 January 1926 - Monday 16 December 2013) and George Jones (Saturday 12 September 1931 - Friday 26 April 2013), before launching his own solo career.

In 1972, at the height of his success, Epic Records released two Paycheck albums - 'Someone to Give My Love To' and 'Somebody Loves Me'.  Both titles have now been digitally re-mastered and are re-issued on CD now for the first time.

The accompanying 12-page booklet includes extensive liner notes, photographs and full lyrics to every featured track'.

Johnny Rodriguez: 'Introducing Johnny Rodriguez & All I Ever Meant to Do was Sing' (Hux Records, 2010)

On Monday 25 October 2010, Hux Records released Johnny Rodriguez's 'Introducing Johnny Rodriguez & All I Ever Meant to Do was Sing' (Hux Records, 2010) as HUX 118.

'In the 1970s, Johnny Rodriguez brought a sudden and unexpected exotic Hispanic dash and sexiness to country music.  Rodriguez would introduce whole verses sung completely in Spanish to his records, to a completely unprepared yet delighted country music audience.

Rodriguez was discovered by Tom T. Hall in 1971. Tom T. Hall was looking for a replacement guitarist for his road band The Storytellers, and gave Rodriguez the job, as well as his own solo spot.  Eventually, Rodriguez' success began to eclipse that of Tom T. Hall's.

In 1972, Johnny Rodriguez debuted on the country chart with the superlative 'Pass Me By (if You're Only Passing Through)' (No.9, 1973), making him the first Hispanic artist to make Billboard's Top 40 country listings.  The single climbed into the Top Ten and turned out to be the first of fourteen consecutive Rodriguez singles to do so.

His next two singles, 'You Always Come Back (to Hurting Me)' (written by Johnny Rodriguez and Tom T. Hall) (No.1 for one week in June 1973), and 'Ridin' My Thumb to Mexico' (written by Johnny Rodriguez) (No.1 for one week in October 1973), both hit No.1.

'You Always Come Back (to Hurting Me)' (written by Johnny Rodriguez and Tom T. Hall) was also Johnny Rodriguez's first foray onto the Billboard pop charts, reaching No.86 in 1973.

Rodriguez' debut album, 'Introducing Johnny Rodriguez', was released in 1973.  This was quickly followed in the same year by 'All I Ever Meant to Do was Sing'.  Both titles have now been digitally re-mastered and are re-issued on CD now for the first time.

The accompanying 12-page booklet includes extensive liner notes, photographs and full lyrics to every featured track'.



On Monday 25 October 2010, Hux Records released Cal Smith's 'My Kind of Country & I Just Came Home to Count The Memories' (Hux Records, 2010) as HUX 120.

'Country singer Cal Smith (Thursday 7 April 1932 - Thursday 10 October 2013) originally emerged from Ernest Tubbs' band and later went on to enjoy several hits of his own from the late 1960s and on into the 1970s.

Cal Smith's warm, comforting baritone ensured he had a significant presence in the US country music market, especially during the 1970s.

Now re-issued for the first time on CD, this '2-on-1' features two of his greatest LPs, which were originally released on the MCA label in 1975 and 1977.

Cal Smith's last hit on the US country chart was 'I Just Came Home to Count The Memories' (written by Glenn Ray) (No.15, 1977), in 1977, which is the title track of the second album featured.

This Hux compilation has been digitally re-mastered by Ron Geesin.  The booklet includes extensive liner notes, photographs and full lyrics to every track'.

Hux Records: 2011



On Monday 9 May 2011 (United Kingdom & Ireland) and Tuesday 17 May 2011 (worldwide), Hux Records released Gene Watson's 'Memories to Burn & Starting New Memories' (Hux Records, 2011) as HUX 124.

'Gene Watson is one of country music's all-time finest singers and performers, right up there with George Jones (Saturday 12 September 1931 - Friday 26 April 2013), Merle Haggard (Tuesday 6 April 1937 - Wednesday 6 April 2016) and Charley Pride as a classic interpreter of traditional country music.

The two albums on this CD were originally released on Epic Records in 1985 and 1986.  They have now been re-mastered and are re-issued on CD for the first time.

Upon their original release, each one of these LPs yielded 3 hit singles. 'Cold Summer Day in Georgia' (No.24, 1985), 'Memories to Burn' (No.5, 1985) and 'Carmen' (No.32, 198) were all hits from the first LP.

The second LP produced hit singles in 'Bottle of Tears' (No.50, 1986) and 'Everything I Used to Do' (No.29, 1986).

The accompanying 12-page booklet includes extensive liner notes, photographs and complete lyrics to every featured track'.



On Monday 27 June 2011, Hux Records released Kitty Wells' 'Country Hit Parade / Winner of Your Heart' (Hux Records, 2011) as HUX 125.

'Kitty Wells broke down the doors for female country singers, paving the way for artists like Patsy Cline (Thursday 8 September 1932 - Tuesday 5 March 1963), Tammy Wynette (Tuesday 5 May 1942 - Monday 6 April 1998) and Loretta Lynn.

After a string of hits from the 1950s to the early 1970s, earning her the title 'Queen of Country Music', Kitty Wells was inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame in 1974.  She later won a Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award, in 1991.

This '2-on-1' compilation combines Kitty's first two Decca LPs, originally released in 1956 and 1957 and now re-issued on CD together for the first time.  Featured are eight Top 10 country hit singles, including the classic 'It Wasn't God Who Made Honky Tonk Angels' (No.1 for six weeks in August / September 1952).

The accompanying booklet includes photographs, liner notes & full lyrics to every featured track.



This timely reissue coincided with the release of Laura Cantrell's new album of Kitty Wells cover versions, 'Kitty Wells Dresses: Songs of the Queen of Country Music' (United States: Diesel Only Records, 2011 / United Kingdom: Spit & Polish Records, 2011)'.



On Monday 27 June 2011, Hux Records released Webb Pierce's 'Fallen Angel & Cross Country' (Hux Records, 2011) as HUX 126.

'Webb Pierce was one of the most popular honky tonk vocalists of the 1950s, racking up more No.1 hits than similar artists like Hank Williams (Monday 17 September 1923 - Thursday 1 January 1953), Eddy Arnold (Wednesday 15 May 1918 - Thursday 8 May 2008), Lefty Frizzell (Saturday 31 March 1928 - Saturday 19 July 1975) and Ernest Tubb (Monday 9 February 1914 - Thursday 6 September 1984).

In the early 1950s, every single he released hit the Top 10, with a total of ten reaching the No.1 spot.  In fact, Webb's career stands as one of the most successful in the history of country music.

Now re-issued on CD for the first time, these two LPs were originally released in the early 1960s, when Pierce was a potent chart force in country music.  Included here is 'Drifting Texas Sands', which Bob Dylan selected for the 'Texas' theme of his radio show.

The accompanying booklet includes photographs, liner notes and full lyrics to every featured track'.

Hux Records: 2012



On Monday 30 January 2012, Hux Records released Don Williams' 'Don Williams: Volume 1 & Volume 2' (Hux Records, 2012) as HUX 128.

'Don Williams is one of the most original and gifted talents in the annals of American country music.  During the 1970s, throughout the 1980s, and into the early 1990s, Williams had one of the longest hit streaks ever in country music, including 17 No.1s, and 28 others in the Top 10.

For over twenty years, Don Williams was a near fixture on the American country charts, with such songs as 'You're My Best Friend' (written by Wayland Holyfield) (No.1 for one week in June 1975), 'Some Broken Hearts Never Mend' (written by Wayland Holyfield) (No.1 for one week in May 1977), 'Tulsa Time' (written by Danny Flowers) (No.1 for one week in January 1979), 'Good Ole Boys Like Me' (written by Bob McDill) (No.2, 1980) and the pop-crossover (No.24 on Billboard's Hot 100 pop music singles chart in 1980) 'I Believe in You', which was written by Roger Cook and Sam Hogin (1950 - Monday 9 August 2004) (No.1 for two weeks in October / November 1980).

But the real starting point of the Don Williams legend was the creation of these two solo albums in 1972 and 1973.

Now digitally remastered, these two LPs are re-issued here on one CD.  The accompanying 12-page booklet includes photos, extensive liner notes and full lyrics to every featured track.

It is Williams' ability to write, perform and record songs which have a universal appeal that has made him such a true international star.

And in 2010, he was deservedly inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame.  Several of today's Nashville newcomers, such as Josh Turner, Brad Paisley and Alan Jackson, have all cited Don Williams as being a big influence on their own music'.



On Monday 21 May 2012, Hux Records released Tompall & The Glaser Brothers' 'The Award Winners and Rings & Things' (Hux Records, 2012) as HUX 129.

'As one of country music's top vocal groups of the 1960s and early 1970s, Tompall Glaser (Sunday 3 September 1933 - Tuesday 13 August 2013) & The Glaser Brothers were true mavericks and formed part of the so-called 'Outlaw' scene, along with Waylon Jennings (Tuesday 15 June 1937 - Wednesday 13 February 2002) and Willie Nelson.

The Tompalls were heavily championed by Johnny Cash (Friday 26 February 1932 - Friday 12 September 2003) and Marty Robbins (Saturday 26 September 1925 - Wednesday 8 December 1982) and sang harmonies on Robbins' epic 'Gunfighter Ballads' LPs.

Their hallmark sound was a masterpiece of country-pop production, possessing a rich blend of folk storytelling, country melody and superb three-part harmonies.

Their two classic albums, 'The Award Winners' (MGM Records, 1971) and 'Rings & Things' (MGM Records, 1972), were originally released in 1971 and 1972.

They have now been digitally re-mastered from the original production tapes and are now re-issued here together on CD for the first time.

The accompanying 16-page booklet includes photos, extensive liner notes and full lyrics to every featured track'.



On Monday 21 May 2012, Hux Records released Bill Anderson's 'From This Pen & Get While The Gettin's Good' (Hux Records, 2012) as HUX 130.

'Bill Anderson is one of the most remarkable artists in country music history.

In the 1960s, he scored nineteen top ten chart entries, which included five number one singles, most of which were Bill Anderson originals.  Four of these number ones also featured on the American pop charts, notably Bill Anderson's signature song 'Still' (featured here) which peaked at No.8 on the Billboard Hot 100.

Particularly noted for his hit songwriting, almost every song on this CD was a chart entry either for Bill Anderson or another act.  The opening track, 'Saginaw, Michigan' (written by Bill Anderson and Don Wayne), was a No.1 hit for country icon Lefty Frizzell (Saturday 31 March 1928 - Saturday 19 July 1975) (No.1 for three weeks in March 1964).

Bill Anderson has had his songs successfully covered by countless artists, including Bob Dylan, Aretha Franklin, Jim Reeves (Monday 20 August 1923 - Friday 31 July 1964), Connie Smith and, perhaps surprisingly, Ken Dodd ('Happiness') (No.31 on the United Kingdom pop music singles chart in 1964).

These two LPs, originally released in 1965 and 1967, are now re-issued here together on CD for the first time.  The accompanying booklet includes extensive liner notes, photos and full lyrics to every track'.



On Tuesday 25 September 2012, Hux Records released The Kendalls' 'Two Heart Harmony & Thank God For The Radio' (Hux Records, 2012) as HUX131.

'The father and daughter duo of The Kendalls, Royce Kendall (Wednesday 25 September 1935 - Friday 22 May 1998) and Jeannie Kendall, created a perfect blend of traditional and contemporary country music, sparked by Jeannie' s soaring, sensuous vocals.

Her voice, a high lonesome honky-tonk, has a beautiful range that drips pure emotion.  The time is now ripe for the rediscovery of The Kendalls' distinctive sound, with the re-issue of these two albums.

Jeannie's voice is given full-throttle on such classic cheating songs as 'Teach Me to Cheat' (No.7, 1981) and the sensual 'Take Me to Heaven (Before You Take Me Home)' from 1982.

There' s a fine revival of the country-soul classic 'The Dark End of The Street' from 1983, full of dark irony, heartache and winsome charm.  And they take a positive stab at Arthur Crudup's 'My Baby Left Me' from 1985, which is quite different to the Elvis Presley (Tuesday 8 January 1935 - Tuesday 16 August 1977) version.

And Merle Haggard's 'Somewhere Between' from 1985 turns out to be a perfect fit for Jeannie's voice.

These long forgotten and often overlooked recordings are a stellar example of pure true-to-the-roots country music.

These two LPs, originally released in 1985, have now been re-mastered and are re-issued here together on CD for the first time'.



On Tuesday 25 September 2012, Hux Records released Alabama's 'My Home's in Alabama & Feels So Right' (Hux Records, 2012) as HUX132.

'Alabama was the first country music supergroup.  Their total album sales topped 70 million, placing them among the top-five best-selling country music acts of all time, and among the twenty best-selling recording acts of all time in the United States.

These two albums, originally released in 1980 and 1981, have now been digitally remastered.  The 12-page booklet includes extensive liner notes, band photographs and full lyrics to every song.

Two tracks featured here - 'Tennessee River' (written by Randy Owen) (No.1 for one week in August 1980) and 'Why Lady Why' (written by Teddy Gentry and Rick Scott) (No.1 for one week in December 1983) - were the band's first two number one hits and laid the foundation for what became one of the most impressive popularity runs in country music history.

Alabama retired from the road after a sold-out 2003 / 2004 Farewell Tour.  For more than twenty-five years, the four-man band had stood tall as the pre-eminent American country-rock band.  Alabama's sales history and list of awards and accomplishments in its twenty-five year history are staggering.

In 2005, they were inducted into The Country Music Hall of Fame, a much deserved accolade for Alabama's unmatched longevity in the country music marketplace'.

Hux Records: 2013



On Tuesday 25 February 2013, Hux Records released Roy Drusky's 'In a New Dimension & If The Whole World Stopped Loving' (Hux Records, 2013) as HUX134.

'As a crooner with a smooth, mellow baritone that led to him being dubbed 'The Perry Como of Country Music', Roy Drusky (Sunday 22 June 1930 - Thursday 23 September 2004) enjoyed a lengthy recording career, releasing more than thirty albums, mainly in a smooth pop-country style.  As a fantastic international ambassador for country music, he touched listeners with his smoothly executed vocals.

Roy Drusky (Sunday 22 June 1930 - Thursday 23 September 2004) was at his peak, vocally, in the mid-1960s when these two albums were originally recorded and released.  Now digitally re-mastered, these two LPs are re-issued here on CD together for the first time.

The LP, 'In a New Dimension' found him mixing country songs old and new with current pop favourites, like a dramatic rendition of the Cilla Black hit 'You're My World' and the much-recorded 'Try to Remember', both of which fit him like a glove.  He'd made the country Top 10 with 'The World is Round' (No.10, 1966), whilst 'Rainbows & Roses' (No.20, 1966) was also a hit.

The title track to 'If The Whole World Stopped Loving' was of course a massive United Kingdom pop hit for Irish balladeer Val Doonican (Thursday 3 February 1927 - Wednesday 1 July 2015) (No.3, 1967).

The accompanying 16-page booklet features full recording details, extensive liner notes and photographs, plus full lyrics to every featured track'.



On Monday 8 April 2013, Hux Records released Mac Davis' 'Hard to be Humble: The Best of' (Hux Records, 2013) as HUX135.

'At his commercial peak in the mid-1970s, Mac Davis was one of America's most popular entertainers.  As a superb singer and actor, he found considerable success in both fields.

Throughout the late 1960s and into the 1970s, Mac Davis enjoyed massive success both as a singer and as a songwriter.

In 1968, Elvis Presley (Tuesday 8 January 1935 - Tuesday 16 August 1977) recorded Davis' 'A Little Less Conversation', which was written by Mac Davis and Billy Strange (Monday 29 September 1930 - Wednesday 22 February 2012) (No.69, 1968) and, soon after, the King was requesting more of his work.

After notching a Top 40 hit with Davis' 'Memories' (No.35, 1969), Elvis Presley (Tuesday 8 January 1935 - Tuesday 16 August 1977) reached the Top Five in 1969 with the songwriter's 'In The Ghetto' (No.3, 1969).  Mac sings the latter two of these hits on this compilation.

As a singer in the 1970s, Mac Davis had a No.1 hit himself in the US pop music singles chart with 'Baby Don't Get Hooked on Me' (No.1 for three weeks in September 1972); the track also reached No.26 on the Billboard country music singles chart in 1972.  He also spent 16 weeks in the United Kingdom chart with his witty hit single, 'It's Hard to be Humble', which reached No.10 on the Billboard country music singles chart in 1980.

Aside from Elvis Presley (Tuesday 8 January 1935 - Tuesday 16 August 1977), Davis' songs have also been covered by Glen Campbell, Kenny Rogers, Anthony Newley (Thursday 24 September 1931 - Wednesday 14 April 1999), Bobby Goldsboro and O.C. Smith (Tuesday 21 June 1932 - Friday 23 November 2001).

In 2006, Mac Davis was inducted into The Songwriters Hall of Fame.

This 'Best of' compilation has been digitally re-mastered.  The accompanying 16-page booklet includes photographs, liner notes and full lyrics to every song'.



On Monday 29 July 2013, Hux Records released Carl Smith's 'The Best of: 1951 - 1970' (Hux Records, 2013) as HUX138.

'Carl Smith (Tuesday 15 March 1927 - Saturday 16 January 2010), known as 'Mr Country', was one of the most popular honky-tonk country singers of the 1950s, racking up over thirty Top Ten hits during the course of that decade.  Throughout the 1960s, he continued to have several more hit singles.

This compilation features the very best of Carl's songs from that period, many of which have never been available on CD until now.

The accompanying booklet includes photographs, liner notes and complete song lyrics to every track'.



On Monday 29 July 2013, Hux Records released Ray Price's 'Welcome to My World: The Love Songs of Ray Price' (Hux Records, 2013) as HUX139.

'Ray Price (Tuesday 12 January 1926 - Monday 16 December 2013) was one of the most successful country music artists of all time and enjoyed chart success spanning over sixty years.

This compilation features the very best of Ray Price's love songs from the 1960 and 1970s, many of which have never been available on CD until now.

These tracks have all been digitally re-mastered from the original studio production tapes.

The accompanying booklet includes photographs, liner notes and complete song lyrics to every track'.

Hux Records: 2014



On Monday 10 November 2014, Hux Records released Reba McEntire's 'Just a Little Love & My Kind of Country' (Hux Records, 2014) as HUX142.

'Reba McEntire currently stands as the most successful female country singer of all time.  Dolly Parton is arguably better-known, Patsy Cline (Thursday 8 September 1932 - Tuesday 5 March 1963) was perhaps more influential and Kitty Wells (Saturday 30 August 1919 - Monday 16 July 2012), Tammy Wynette (Tuesday 5 May 1942 - Monday 6 April 1998) and Shania Twain might all stake a claim.

But for sheer consistency, re-invention and overall album sales, Reba McEntire remains way out in front.  In an astonishing run throughout the 1980s and 1990s, Reba sold over 33 miliion albums.

During this period, she released 22 number one hits and released five gold albums, six platinum albums, two double-platinum albums, four triple-platinum albums, a quadruple-platinum album and a quintuple-platinum album.

Reba's first album for MCA Records, 'Just A Little Love', was originally released in 1984.  This showcased a fuller, more varied sound than she'd had previously.  The following year saw her working with (Alabama producer) Harold Shedd on her new album, 'My Kind of Country', which delved into Reba's own musical heritage.

Both albums are now re-issued here together on CD for the first time.

The accompanying 16-page booklet includes photographs, extensive liner notes and complete lyrics to every featured track'.

Hux Records: 2015



On Monday 16 February 2015, Hux Records released Tommy Overstreet's 'The Best of Tommy Overstreet' (Hux Records, 2015) as HUX143.

'Tommy Overstreet was one of country music's biggest stars in the 1970s and was regularly featured on the country charts throughout the decade.  But when he had his first hit, he was no newcomer.  He'd been performing since his early teens and had been a radio and TV regular in Oklahoma and Texas since the mid-1950s.

Top 5 hits like 'Heaven is My Woman's Love' (No.3, 1972), 'Gwen (Congratulations)' (No.5, 1971), and 'I Don't Know You Anymore' (No.5, 1971) saw Overstreet push country music in a new, more adult direction.  This won him fans not only in America, but also in Canada, Britain and much of Europe.

Here, we gather together the cream of his country hits, as well as a selection of album tracks where Tommy stamps his style on classics by Neil Diamond, Kenny Rogers and Charlie Rich (Wednesday 14 December 1932 - Tuesday 25 July 1995).

Many of these tracks are issued here on CD for the first time.  The accompanying 16-page booklet includes photographs, extensive liner notes and complete lyrics to every featured track'.



On Monday 13 July 2015, Hux Records released Johnny Rodriguez's 'Johnny Rodriguez & Through My Eyes' (Hux Records, 2015) as HUX144.

'Johnny Rodriguez was the first successful Latin American country music singer, infusing his music with Latin sounds, and even singing verses of songs in Spanish.  Throughout the 1970s and 1980s, he was one of country music's biggest male stars, recording a string of hit singles.

His songs are stories of the heart and of the spirit; they report from the edge of heartbreak on a world of fevered intensity...moody, thoughtful and passionate.  The two albums on this CD were originally released in 1979 & 1980 and are now being re-issued here together on CD for the first time.

With his unique writing ability, sincere way with a song and honest approach to country music, Johnny Rodriguez emerged as one of the most important country artists to hit Nashville in the early 1970s.  When it comes to singing a country song, hardly anyone does it better than he does.

As you listen to this pair of albums, you'll hear how that formerly boyish voice had toughened and become more mature.  The songs selected are not only suited to his voice, but to his world; the Southwest of dance halls, mesquite, and barbecue, of car radios and outdoor dances'.



On Monday 13 July 2015, Hux Records released Jim Reeves' 'Songs of Love & Nashville '78' (Hux Records, 2015) as HUX145.

'Gentleman Jim Reeves was perhaps the biggest star to emerge from the Nashville country music scene.  His mellow baritone voice and velvet orchestration combined to create a sound that echoed around the world and has lasted to this day.

With these two albums, now re-issued on CD for the first time, you get the pure essence of the magic of Gentleman Jim Reeves, with sensitive musical arrangements, inspired choice of song material and one of the finest voices to have ever graced country music and the famed Nashville studios.

Jim Reeves was a true anomaly.  He grew up in Texas in the 1920s and '30s, but didn't sing Western Swing or Texas beer joint music.

Instead, he sang smooth and sweet country music and country-flavoured pop music, thereby pioneering the Nashville Sound.

'Gentleman' Jim Reeves, the crooner with the velvet voice, transcended his country music roots and has continued to captivate fans worldwide, more than 50 years after dying in a plane crash at the peak of his career.

New arrangements have been added to his recordings and now, digitally remastered, these two albums from the late 1970s are re-issued here on CD for the first time'.



On Monday 13 July 2015, Hux Records released Connie Smith's 'Downtown Country & Connie in The Country' (Hux Records, 2015) as HUX146.

'Possibly the best female country singer of all time, Connie Smith burst upon the country music charts in 1964 and was rarely out of the charts over the next ten years.

These two albums were both released in 1967 and this is the first time that they have been reissued on CD in this special '2on1' package.

Dolly Parton once said: 'You know, there's really only three female singers in the world: Barbara Streisand, Linda Ronstadt, and Connie Smith.  The rest of us are only pretending'.

Connie Smith, a young wife and mother, was at her commercial peak when she recorded 'The Hurtin's All Over' (No.3, 1966), her eight consecutive top 10 hit, just two years after making her debut in 1964 with the chart-topping 'Once a Day' (written by Bill Anderson) (No.1 for eight weeks in November 1964 / December 1964 / January 1965).

Now digitally remastered, these two LPs are finally reissued together here on CD for the first time'.

Hux Records: 2016



On Friday 5 February 2016, Hux Records released Johnny Rodriguez's 'My Third Album & Songs about Ladies & Love' (Hux Records, 2016) as HUX148.

'This is the third Rodriguez re-issue on the Hux label, following on from the recent success of HUX118 and HUX144.

The two albums on this CD were both produced by the legendary Jerry Kennedy and feature backing from The Jordanaires and the finest Nashville session musicians, including Harold Bradley, Pete Drake (Saturday 8 October 1932 - Friday 29 July 1988), Buddy Harman (Sunday 23 December 1928 - Thursday 21 August 2008), Hargus 'Pig' Robbins, Bob Moore and Charlie McCoy.

Both albums were both originally released in 1974 on Mercury Records.  This was right in the middle of Rodriguez' most successful recording period and both of these LPs reached the Top 10 on Billboard's country music chart.

The booklet which accompanies this CD features extensive liner notes and full recording details'.

Hux Records: 2017

Dickey Lee: 'Never Ending Song of Love & Ashes of Love' (Hux Records, 2017)

On Friday 26 May 2017Hux Records released Dickey Lee's 'Never Ending Song of Love & Ashes of Love' (Hux Records, 2017) as HUX152.

'Dickey Lee, like so many country singers of the 1960s, came to Nashville after a career in pop and rock 'n' roll music.  He travelled a similar road as Conway Twitty (Friday 1 September 1933 - Saturday 5 June 1993) and Jerry Lee Lewis, beginning his recording career in the mid-1950s at the legendary Sun Studios in Memphis.

Throughout the 1970s, Dickey Lee was a near fixture on the American country charts, chalking up an impressive 29 entries, including the chart-topping 'Rocky' and such Top 10 hits as '9,999,999 Tears', 'Angels, Roses & Rain', 'Ashes of Love' and 'Never Ending Song of Love'.  He was inducted into The Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame in 1995.

Dickey Lee is the composer of the country classic, 'She Thinks I Still Care' (included here), which has been famously covered by George Jones (Saturday 12 September 1931 - Friday 26 April 2013), Elvis Presley (Tuesday 8 January 1935 - Tuesday 16 August 1977), Connie Francis and many others.

Dickey Lee: 'Never Ending Song of Love' (RCA Records, 1971) Dickey Lee: 'Ashes of Love' (RCA Records, 1972)

This CD features Dickey Lee's first two Country music LPs, 'Never Ending Song of Love' (RCA Records, 1971) and 'Ashes of Love' (RCA Records, 1972), which were originally released in 1971 and 1972 on the RCA label.  The accompanying 8-page booklet includes full recording details and extensive liner notes.


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