Release Date: 10 March 2014
Format: LP Double Vinyl
|Various Artists You Don't Know Me: Rediscovering Eddy Arnold Limited Vinyl 2LP Set
Known the world over as the Tennessee Plowboy, Eddy Arnold sold over 85 million records - Released over 100 albums - 145 weeks of #1 songs on the charts - 147 songs on the Billboard country music charts.
Punk legend, Cheetah Chrome, and author/music historian/professor, Don Cusic, have produced an album of rock, indie, roots, country, and pop musicians interpreting the timeless songs of Eddy Arnold, one of the most influential country musicians of all time.
Released on Plowboy Records, the label co- founded by Arnold's grandson, 'You Don't Know Me: Rediscovering Eddy Arnold' puts the focus on Arnold's 70-year career as a songwriter and hit-maker. Several songs were recorded at famed RCA Studio B in Nashville where Arnold recorded many of his signature songs. Eddy Arnold did more than perhaps any other musician to expand the boundaries of country music in the 20th century, a fact reflected in the range of artists on 'You Don't Know Me', Alejandro Escovedo, Lambchop, Frank Black, Melinda Doolittle, Chuck Mead, Bobby Bare Jr, Jason Isbell, Mary Gauthier, Drivin' n' Cryin', Bebe Buell, Pokey LaFarge, Peter Noone, and more. Advertised in Maverick.
“You don't have to be just a country music fan to enjoy this music, and with this record we have proven that." - Plowboy's Shannon Pollard.
It's A Sin- Alejandro Escovedo
Make The World Go Away-Bobby Bare, Jr.
You Don't Know Me-Mary Gauthier
Something Old, Something New (Something Borrowed & Blue)-Peter Noone
Texarkana Baby-Jason Ringenberg
How's The World Treating You-Mandy Barnett
Lovebug Itch-Pokey LaFarge
What Is Life Without Love-Cheetah Chrome
Johnny Reb, That's Me-Jason Isbell
Just A Little Lovin' (Will Go A Long Way)-Chris Scruggs Bouquet Of Roses-Melinda Doolittle
That's How Much I Love You-The Bluefields
Cattle Call-Pete Mroz
I'll Hold You In My Heart-Bebe Buell
Jim, I Wore A Tie Today-Lambchop
That Do Make It Nice-Sylvain Sylvain
Wreck Of The Old 97-Drivin' N' Cryin
Don't Rob Another Man's Castle-Frank Black