Lubbock (On Everything)
|Lubbock (On Everything)|
|Studio album by Terry Allen|
Sugar Hill Records
"Everyone on this record"
|Terry Allen chronology|
|Robert Christgau||(A-) |
Lubbock (On Everything) is a 1979 double album by Texas singer, songwriter and piano player Terry Allen, released on Fate Records. It was reissued on compact disc in 1995 by Sugar Hill Records. It was recorded in 1978 at Caldwell Studios in Lubbock, Texas, and was engineered and mastered by Don Caldwell and Lloyd Maines, who also played pedal steel and other instruments on the record. "Amarillo Highway" was later covered by Robert Earl Keen, and "Truckload Of Art" by Cracker. Little Feat released a version of "New Delhi Freight Train" before this album was recorded.
All songs written by Terry Allen
- "Amarillo Highway (for Dave Hickey)"
- "Highplains Jamboree"
- "The Great Joe Bob (A Regional Tragedy)"
- "The Wolfman Of Del Rio"
- "Lubbock Woman"
- "The Girl Who Danced Oklahoma"
- "Truckload Of Art"
- "The Collector (and the Art Mob)"
- "Oui (a French Song)"
- "Rendezvous USA"
- "Cocktails for Three"
- "The Beautiful Waitress"
- "Blue Asian Reds (for Roadrunner)"
- "New Delhi Freight Train"
- "Flatland Farmer"
- "My Amigo"
- "The Pink And Black Song"
- "The Thirty Years Waltz (for Jo Harvey)"
- "I Just Left Myself"
- Terry Allen- piano, vocals
- Lloyd Maines - pedal steel, guitars, dobro, mandolin, banjo, bell tree, harmony vocals
- Kenny Maines - bass, harmony vocals
- Curtis McBride - drums
- Allan Shinn - percussion, marimba, jawbone, skin castanets
- Richard Bowden - fiddle
- Ponty Bone - accordion
- Don Caldwell - saxophone, string arrangements
- Joe Ely - harmonica
- Luis Martinez - jazz guitar (on "Cocktails for Three")
- Jessie Taylor - "flatland guitar" (on "Flatland Farmer")
- Tommie Anderson - trumpet
- Mark Anthony - trombone
- Russ Standefer - tuba
- Ruth Ann Truncale - violin
- Susan Allen - violin
- Karen Blalack - cello
- Leslie Blackburn - viola
- Monterey High School Marching Band - school song
- Sylvester "band-aid" Rice, Gwen Hewitt, Suzanne Paulk, Jo Harvey Allen - harmony vocals
- Freddy Pride, Mike Austin, Vincent Thomas, Jimmy Sampson - "whooooit" harmony
- Stewart Mason, "Review: Lubbock (On Everything)", Allmusic
- Robert Christgau, Review: Lubbock (On Everything), Consumer Guide Reviews
- "Review: Terry Allen, Lubbock (On Everything)", fRoots, 58, UK (review index)
- Sugar Hill
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