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My Baby's Car Crazy
  • Artist: Rayburn Anthony
  • Label: CD Baby
  • UPC: 4260072720268
  • Item #: CDBY720268
  • Genre: Country
  • Release Date: 12/13/2005
  • This product is a special order
  • Rank: 1000000000
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My Baby's Car Crazy on CD

Rayburn Anthony Is there anything you need to know before you get blast away from this voice and sound ? We think so .. Born and raised in Humboldt,Tennessee. Discovered by WS Holland (drummer with Carl Perkins). Used to play with Kenny Parchman, Carl Mann, WS Holland and many more. Three singles on the legendary Sun label from Memphis. Worked for Scotty Moore at Music City Recorders.Worked the road with Carl Perkins, Billy Walker and Bobby Bare. Topclass songwriter who's songs have been done by Jerry Lee Lewis, Conway and Loretta, Charley Pride, Vern Gosdin, Billy Walker ( who had a number one with his "Sing Me A Love Song To Baby.") and more Hit the country charts while on Polydor and Mercury records. Rayburn Anthony has become the newest member of Johnny Cash's Legendary Tennessee Three . Rayburn is accompanying W.S. Holland and Bob Wootton on the road and plays bass. Now he is back with a new album in 50s style, recorded in Rhythm Bombs own recording studio - Lightning Recording Service (lrs-Berlin.com) on vintage equipment. Backed by europes finest roots musicians. That's all we have to say about this amazing artist - no it's not a lost Johnny Cash recording from the 1950s - it's a brandnew high quality release on Rhythm Bomb. The music speaks for itself.