Al DEXTER - Honky Tonk Blues 1936-40
Privacy and Security Policy
Texan Clarence Albert Poindexter, or Al Dexter to use his stage name, with a combination of dogged determination, hard work, and skilful song writing, succeeded in taking the USA by storm in the early forties with his seminal honky tonk song "Pistol Packing Mama". This one song, leaving aside all the other first class ditties he penned and recorded, was to guarantee Al Dexter a place in the Country Music history books, however, his was not a story of overnight success.
Produced by Al Turner
1. HONKY TONK BLUES
2. IF WE CAN'T BE SWEETHEARTS WHY CAN'T WE BE FRIENDS
3. WHISPER AGAIN THAT YOU LOVE ME
4. CAR HOPPIN' MAMA
5. BROKEN HEARTED BLUES
6. YOU'VE GOT LOVE IN YOUR HEART
7. I'M LEAVING MY TROUBLES BEHIND
8. BRING IT ON HOME TO ME
9. I'M HAPPY WHEN YOU'RE HAPPY
10. IN DAYS OF YESTERDAY
11. ANSWER TO "HONKY TONK BLUES"
12. DIDDY, WAH, DIDDY WITH A BLAH! BLAH!
13. JELLY ROLL SPECIAL
14. MY TROUBLES DON'T TROUBLE ME ANYMORE
15. WHY DO I THINK OF SOMEONE
17. WHEN WE GO HONKY TONKIN'
18. WALKING IN MY SLEEP
19. YOU MAY BE SORRY
20. DOWN AT THE ROADSIDE INN
21. ALIMONY BLUES
22. THE MONEY YOU SPENT WAS MINE
23. ALL I WANT IS YOU
24. WHO'S BEEN HERE
- Price Code
- Release Date
- UPC Bar Code No