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Amazon Global Store. Used New Collectible. In the mid-to-late s, Rhino released a series of fifteen albums that bore the Nuggets name. The first twelve of these albums each focused on either a specific garage-rock subgenre or location, while the last three took a more global approach. This series provided much of the source material for the box set.
Both discs were released through Rhino's internet-only label Rhino Handmade in limited pressings of each. Lenny Kaye, who compiled the original Nuggets double LP set, also compiled a second volume that was never released.
Many of the cuts appeared on the later Nuggets releases, but some did not. Below is the tentative track listing for Lenny Kaye's unreleased second Nuggets volume. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. See also: Nuggets series. Main article: Nuggets series. Retrieved MSN Music.
Retrieved February 28, Encyclopedia of Popular Music 5th ed. Hank Williams. Kitty Wells. Sixteen Tons. Merle Travis. Tennessee Ernie Ford. Why Baby Why. I Walk the Line. Johnny Cash. Boudleaux Bryant. The Everly Brothers. Hello Walls. Willie Nelson. Faron Young. Walk on By. Kendall Hayes. Leroy Van Dyke. I Fall to Pieces. Patsy Cline. Tender Years. George Jones. King of the Road.
Roger Miller. Make the World Go Away. Hank Cochran. Eddy Arnold. Mama Tried. Merle Haggard. Hello Darlin'. Conway Twitty. Coal Miner's Daughter. Loretta Lynn. Kris Kristofferson. Sammi Smith. Kiss an Angel Good Mornin'. Ben Peters. Charley Pride. Chantilly Lace.Hip-O's double-disc set Classic Country Gold casts a wide net. It begins with Hank Williams' hit "Hey, Good Lookin'" and ends with Patty Loveless' hit "Timber, I'm Falling in Love." In between those two tracks are 34 songs, most of them indeed living up to "classic" status. While this doesn't necessarily make for the most consistent listening -- it jumps through too many eras.