CD Duration: 65.53 / Year: 2013
2013 release at the Roland Atelier AT900C.
All Tracks Suitable for Modern Sequence Dancing and Modern Ballroom Dancing [IS/ST].
[Swing] Crazy Arms / Heartaches By the Number
[Swing] Red River Valley / Big Rock Candy Mountains
[Saunter] Crazy / Sweet Dreams
[Saunter] My Best Friend / Stand By Your Man
[Waltz] I’d Rather Be Sorry
[Waltz] Where The Arkansas River Leaves Oklahoma / Tennessee Waltz
[Cha Cha] Rose Garden
[Cha Cha] Achy Breaky Heart / Abilene / Rhinestone Cowboy
[Rhumba] I’m Leavin’ the Leavin’ to You
[Rhumba] Always On My Mind
[Quickstep] Help Me Make it Through the Night
[Quickstep] Jolene / I’m Gonna Be a Country Girl Again
[Foxtrot] Release Me / Rose Marie / Crystal Chandeliers
[Foxtrot] There Won’t Be Anymore
[Tango] You’re The Devil in Disguise / When You’re in Love with a Beautiful Woman
[Tango] El Paso / Green Green Grass of Home
[Jive] A Little Bitty Tear / Gotta Travel On
[Jive] Jody and the Kid / Son of Hickory Holler’s Tramp
[Waltz] It’s Hard to Be Humble / There Goes My Everything
[Waltz] I Will Always Love You.
Organ & Keyboard Cavalcade Review
This is the forty-seventh CD we have stocked from David Last and while most of his CDs contain a general cross-selection of titles, this one has the set theme of Country music. He has produced CDs in the past with themes, including 1960s, Film & Cartoons, Broadway, Cole Porter and An American Songbook etc. Country CDs are rare, I can only think of seven or so since we started stocking CDs in 1996, which is strange as it seems to be a popular area with a good ‘pool’ of tunes to pick from.
And as with his previous three releases, this is again played on the Roland Atelier AT900c, rather than his earlier releases which were played on Yamaha and Ketron. All Tracks are suitable for modern sequence and modern ballroom dancing.
Review by Ian King from Organ and Keyboard Cavalcade Magazine.