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Saturday, May 28, 2011

Paul David Wells

*09-02-1955 Fort Worth, TX, +27-10-22
By Praguefrank

ca July 1990 Nashville, TN – Paul David Wells (Paul David Wells [vcl/gt], Billy Joe Walker Jr [gt], Sonny Garrish [steel], Bob Wray/ David Hungate/ Michael Rhodes [bass], Steve Turner [drums],  Hank Singer [fiddle/ mandolin], Matt Rollings/ Randy McCormick [keyboards], Farrell Morris [saw]. Producer: Billy Joe Walker, Jr.)
001 DOWN AT THE COUNTY JAIL  Capitol 94898-2
002 84228 SOUNDS GOOD TO ME  Capitol 7PRO-79282 /94898-2
003 BLAME THE WHISKEY  Capitol 94898-2
004 HE CROSSED THE LINE  Capitol 94898-2
005 IT NEVER STOPS  Capitol 94898-2
007 THE AMERICAN DREAM  Capitol 94898-2
008 84234 DOWN TO MY LAST OREO  Capitol 7PRO-79528 DPRO 79548/94898-2
009 HALFWAY HOME  Capitol 94898-2
010 THIS OL' FARM  Capitol 94898-2  

Capitol Nashville CDP 7 94898 2 Sounds Good To Me
: Sounds Good To Me; Down At The County Jail; Blame The Whiskey; He Crossed The Line; It Never Stops; Painting California Blue; Down To My Last Oreo; The American Dream; Halfway Home; This Ol' Farm – 24-09-90


7PRO-79282 Sounds Good To Me / Sounds Good To Me – 09-90
7PRO-79528 Down To My Last Oreo / Down To My Last Oreo – 90 (Promo, CD version on DPRO 79548)  

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Thanks to Luiz Roberto Costa for helping me with the western genre.
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