|A1||Trail Of Tears||3:23|
|A3||She Looks Alot Like You||3:41|
|A4||Your Turn To Fall||2:42|
|A5||It's A Big World||3:03|
|B1||Don't She Get Lonely||2:59|
|B5||The Lonesome Kind||4:51|
|JED 11, JED-11||Mark Koenig||The Lonesome Kind (CD, Album)||Justin Entertainment Inc., Justin Entertainment Inc.||JED 11, JED-11||Canada||1991|
I'm So Lonesome I Could Cry" is a song recorded by American country music singer-songwriter Hank Williams in 1949. The song has been covered by a wide range of musicians. probably the saddest song I've ever heard. Johnny Cash covered the song on multiple occasions, including on the album American IV: The Man Comes Around in a duet with Nick Cave, a lifelong fan of Cash who picked the song after Rick Rubin asked him what song he would most like to sing if the two were to collaborate. Cowboy Junkies covered the song on their 1988 album The Trinity Session. Everlast has covered the song in concerts, and sampled the original for the song "This Kind Of Lonely" on the 2004 album White Trash Beautiful.
Album: The Lonesome Kind. Mark Koenig - The Lonesome Kind MP3 version. 1469 downloads at 32 mb/s. Mark Koenig - The Lonesome Kind FLAC version.
The album was co-produced with Jack Clement and recorded at Glaser Sound Studio in Nashville, Tennessee, between February and July 1974. Following the 1972 renewal of his contract with RCA Records, Jennings gained artistic freedom, started to produce his own records, and changed his image to one inspired by the ongoing outlaw movement. He grew his beard and started to wear jeans, a hat, and leather vests during live performances. Jennings produced his next album, 1973's Lonesome, On'ry and Mean, himself Recording at RCA's Nashville studios with the label's personnel did not please Jennings. Never Could Toe the Mark".
Koenig Specials GmbH (known widely as Koenig) is a German tuning house based in Munich that specialised in modifications to European luxury cars but gained notability in the 1980s and 1990s for their performance modifications to Ferraris.
The album came out of sessions that were supposed to be for an LP of Stones originals, still in its early stages. Jagger wondered whether they should wait to get that one finished, maybe release them together. But then again, the last time the Stones managed to finish a studio album was back in 2005, with A Bigger Bang. You were kind of forced into a purist style because you wouldn’t get booked if you were a rock band, Jagger recalls. So we made out we were blues purists to get booked. The reality is, in rehearsal we would play anything – Ritchie Valens and Buddy Holly.