Sunday, November 22, 2009. Lonesome Strangers - Lonseome Pine (1986, Wrestler). Here’s one for all you cowpokes out there. The Lonesome Strangers were an early alt-country quartet with a decidedly traditionalist bent, ostensibly hailing from the . These boys played it so straight laced, it’s hard to tell if their debut, Lonesome Pine was a sly send-up of their genre of choice or wholly sincere. Founding member Randy Weeks went onto to record several solo albums, and has guested on records by such bona fide country artists as Dwight Yoakam and Chris Gaffney. Minor correction: The bassist who dated Lucinda was Lorne Rall, who took the place of founding member Nino Del Pesco. Lonesome Pine is the only album which featured all four founding members; Jeff Rymes, Randy Weeks, Nino Del Pesco, and Joe Nanini.
Lonesome Road is the title of a recording by Doc Watson and Merle Watson, released in 1977. Lonesome Road is out-of-print and was re-issued on CD in 1998 by BGO Records. It was also released in 2002 by Southern Music packaged with Look Away!. I Recall a Gypsy Woman" (Bob McDill, Allen Reynolds) – 3:49.
The Lonesome Strangers. Just Can't Cry No More, 02:39. Daddy's Gone Gray, 02:49. We Used to Fuss, 02:11.
|A1||Don't Cross The Bad Man||2:55|
|A2||Ton Of Shame||3:10|
|A4||Here Comes The Night||2:37|
|B2||Modern Don Juan||2:25|
|B3||The One Who Wore My Ring||2:40|
|B4||Walkin' Over Hot Coals||2:36|
|WR 686||The Lonesome Strangers||Lonesome Pine (LP, Album)||Wrestler Records||WR 686||US||1986|
|WR 686||The Lonesome Strangers||Lonesome Pine (LP, Album, Tra)||Wrestler Records||WR 686||US||1986|