Gene Watson’s The Farewell Party Band’s ‘The Farewell Party Band Plays Country Plus’ (BRW Records, 1982)

Gene Watson's Farewell Party Band: 'The Farewell Party Band Plays Country Plus' (BRW Records, 1982)

‘The Farewell Party Band Plays Country Plus’
BRW Records (catalogue number LP-1001) (1982) LP


Gene Watson’s Farewell Party Band’s ‘The Farewell Party Band Plays Country Plus’ (BRW Records, 1982) was released by BRW Records in 1982.


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About Gene Watson’s Farewell Party Band’s ‘The Farewell Party Band Plays Country Plus’…

Overview
Gene Watson’s Farewell Party Band’s ‘The Farewell Party Band Plays Country Plus’ (BRW Records, 1982) has the distinction of featuring members of Gene Watson’s highly acclaimed Farewell Party Band on record, thus affording listeners the opportunity to hear this authentic group of musicians, in a studio setting, recreating a concert sound.

Gene Watson’s Farewell Party Band’s ‘The Farewell Party Band Plays Country Plus’ (BRW Records, 1982) was produced by Russ Reeder and Gene Watson.


‘The Farewell Party Band Plays Country Plus’
BRW Records (catalogue number LP-1001) (1982) LP


1 ‘Farewell Party’, which was written by Lawton Williams (Monday 24 July 1922 – Thursday 26 July 2007) / this track was an instrumental version of Gene Watson’s hit recording, which reached No.5 on the Billboard country music singles chart in 1979, and No.9 on the Canadian RPM Country Tracks Chart in 1979


Waylon Jennings: 'Are You Ready For The Country?' (RCA Victor Records, 1976)

2
‘I’ll Go Back To Her’, which was written by Waylon Jennings (Tuesday 15 June 1937 – Wednesday 13 February 2002)
/ this track featured vocals from¬†Larry Booth / the original version of this track was recorded by Waylon Jennings, who included it on ‘Are You Ready For The Country?’ (RCA Victor Records, 1976); Waylon Jennings’ version of the track reached No.4 on the Billboard country music singles chart in 1976


3 ‘Beg For It’ (written by¬†Chris ‘Tiny’ Olson)


4 ‘Sad Songs’ (written by Doug Boggs)¬†/ this track featured vocals from Doug Boggs


5 ‘Honky Tonk Man’, which was written by Ronnie Coleman and Gary Stewart (Sunday 28 May 1944 – Tuesday 16 December 2003)¬†/ this track featured vocals from Norman Richard ‚ÄėNorm‚Äô Kastner (Sunday 2 September 1945 – Wednesday 18 July 2012)


6 ‘Stagger Lee’ (written by H. Logan and Lloyd Price)¬†/ this track featured vocals from¬†Larry Booth


7 ‘The Best Memory In Town’ (written by A.V. Mittlestedt)¬†/ this track featured vocals from Daniel (‘Danny’) T. Rainwater (passed away on Friday 28 December 2018)


8 ‘Shotgun Blues’ (written by Don Walsh and Rick Walsh)¬†/ this track featured vocals from¬†Chris ‘Tiny’ Olson


9 ‘Play Me A Song That I Can Can Cry To’, which was written by Jerry Donald Chesnut (Thursday 7 May 1931 – Saturday 15 December 2018) / this track featured vocals from¬†Joe Eddie Gough¬†(Friday 27 January 1939 – Friday 14 August 2009)


10 ‘Six – Ten By Pass’, which was written by Daniel ‘Danny’ T. Rainwater (passed away on Friday 28 December 2018)


Gene Watson's Farewell Party Band: 'The Farewell Party Band Plays Country Plus' (BRW Records, 1982)

‘The Farewell Party Band Plays Country Plus’
BRW Records (catalogue number LP-1001) (1982) LP


Personnel involved in the recording of Gene Watson’s The Farewell Party Band’s ‘The Farewell Party Band Plays Country Plus’ (BRW Records, 1982) included the following:

Larry Booth (bass, vocals)
Chris ‘Tiny’ Olson (steel guitar, vocals)
Doug Boggs (drums, vocals)
Joe Eddie Gough (Friday 27 January 1939 – Friday 14 August 2009) (piano, vocals)
Daniel ‘Danny’ T. Rainwater (passed away on Friday 28 December 2018) and Norman Richard ‚ÄėNorm‚Äô Kastner (Sunday 2 September 1945 – Wednesday 18 July 2012) (guitar, vocals)

Gene Watson’s The Farewell Party Band’s ‘The Farewell Party Band Plays Country Plus’ (BRW Records, 1982) (catalogue number LP-1001) was released by BRW Records, a record label which was based in Spring, Texas.