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Vern Gosdin|Alone

Alone

Vern Gosdin

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Written and released directly after a painful divorce, Alone is a moving set of honky tonk that works better in theory than it does in practise. Though Gosdin's performance is frequently sublime, his songs aren't always strong. However, when he has a good song at his disposal -- such as "Right in the Wrong Direction," "I'm Only Going Crazy," "That Just About Does It" and "I'm Still Crazy" -- his heart-felt delivery and tortured lyrics makes for some truly memorable music.
© Thom Owens /TiVo

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1
That Just About Does It
00:03:59

Bob Montgomery, Producer - M. D. Barnes, Composer - M. D. Barnes, Lyricist - V. Gosdin, Composer - V. Gosdin, Lyricist - Vern Gosdin, Performer

1989 Sony Music Entertainment Inc.

2
Take Me Home To Alabama
00:03:43

Bill Hullett, Acoustic Baritone Guitar - Billy Sanford, Electric Guitar - Bob Montgomery, Producer - Bob Wray, Bass - Denny Purcell, Mastering Engineer - Gene Eichelberger, Engineer - H. Cochran, Composer - H. Cochran, Lyricist - Jerry Kroon, Drums - Jim Vest, Steel Guitar - M. Vickery, Composer - M. Vickery, Lyricist - Mike Severs, Electric Guitar - Pat McMakin, Engineer - Pat McMakin, Mixing Engineer - Ron Oates, Arranger - Ron Oates, Keyboards - Roy Huskey, Bass - Tim Mensy, Acoustic Baritone Guitar - Tom Robb, Bass - V. Gosdin, Composer - V. Gosdin, Lyricist - Vern Gosdin, Performer

1989 Sony Music Entertainment Inc.

3
I'm Still Crazy
00:02:46

B. Cannon, Composer - B. Cannon, Lyricist - Bob Montgomery, Producer - S. Gosdin, Composer - S. Gosdin, Lyricist - V. Gosdin, Composer - V. Gosdin, Lyricist - Vern Gosdin, Performer

(P) 1990 Sony Music Entertainment Inc.

4
Paradise '83
00:03:27

B. Cannon, Composer - B. Cannon, Lyricist - Bill Hullett, Acoustic Baritone Guitar - Billy Sanford, Electric Guitar - Bob Montgomery, Producer - Bob Wray, Bass - Denny Purcell, Mastering Engineer - Gene Eichelberger, Engineer - Jerry Kroon, Drums - Jim Vest, Steel Guitar - M. Baker, Composer - M. Baker, Lyricist - Mike Severs, Electric Guitar - Pat McMakin, Engineer - Pat McMakin, Mixing Engineer - Ron Oates, Arranger - Ron Oates, Keyboards - Roy Huskey, Bass - Tim Mensy, Acoustic Baritone Guitar - Tom Robb, Bass - V. Gosdin, Composer - V. Gosdin, Lyricist - Vern Gosdin, Performer

1989 Sony Music Entertainment Inc.

5
Do Me a Favor
00:03:06

B. Cannon, Composer - B. Cannon, Lyricist - Bob Montgomery, Producer - H. Cochran, Composer - H. Cochran, Lyricist - V. Gosdin, Composer - V. Gosdin, Lyricist - Vern Gosdin, Performer

1989 Sony Music Entertainment Inc.

6
Tanqueray
00:03:02

Bob Montgomery, Producer - H. Cochran, Composer - H. Cochran, Lyricist - J. VEST, Composer - J. VEST, Lyricist - M. Vickery, Composer - M. Vickery, Lyricist - V. Gosdin, Composer - V. Gosdin, Lyricist - Vern Gosdin, Performer

1989 Sony Music Entertainment Inc.

7
Alone
00:04:40

Bob Montgomery, Producer - M. D. Barnes, Composer - M. D. Barnes, Lyricist - Vern Gosdin, Performer

(P) 1989 Sony Music Entertainment Inc.

8
Right In the Wrong Direction
00:02:14

Bob Montgomery, Producer - H. Cochran, Composer - H. Cochran, Lyricist - M. Vickery, Composer - M. Vickery, Lyricist - V. Gosdin, Composer - V. Gosdin, Lyricist - Vern Gosdin, Performer

1989 Sony Music Entertainment Inc.

9
I'm Only Going Crazy
00:03:27

Bob Montgomery, Producer - M. D. Barnes, Composer - M. D. Barnes, Lyricist - V. Gosdin, Composer - V. Gosdin, Lyricist - Vern Gosdin, Performer

1989 Sony Music Entertainment Inc.

10
You're Not By Yourself
00:03:25

B. Cannon, Composer - B. Cannon, Lyricist - Bob Montgomery, Producer - H. Cochran, Composer - H. Cochran, Lyricist - V. Gosdin, Composer - V. Gosdin, Lyricist - Vern Gosdin, Performer

1989 Sony Music Entertainment Inc.

Album Description

Written and released directly after a painful divorce, Alone is a moving set of honky tonk that works better in theory than it does in practise. Though Gosdin's performance is frequently sublime, his songs aren't always strong. However, when he has a good song at his disposal -- such as "Right in the Wrong Direction," "I'm Only Going Crazy," "That Just About Does It" and "I'm Still Crazy" -- his heart-felt delivery and tortured lyrics makes for some truly memorable music.
© Thom Owens /TiVo

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