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Vinyl LP pressing. Singer/songwriter/instrumentalist Steve Young (1942-2016) was a pioneer of "country rock" and of "outlaw country," two movements that transformed mainstream country music and impacted other genres of American popular music. Young, a Southerner, recorded more than a dozen distinctive albums, but none was more fully realized than his 1975 album Honky-Tonk Man. Recorded at the acclaimed Minneapolis studio Sound 80 and released by Mountain Railroad Records, a small independent label based in the Upper Midwest, Honky-Tonk Man documented the musical world of a complex if largely misunderstood artist during the peak of his powers. Now, Honky-Tonk Man returns on vinyl for the first time in three decades.
Vinyl LP pressing. Singer/songwriter/instrumentalist Steve Young (1942-2016) was a pioneer of "country rock" and of "outlaw country," two movements that transformed mainstream country music and impacted other genres of American popular music. Young, a Southerner, recorded more than a dozen distinctive albums, but none was more fully realized than his 1975 album Honky-Tonk Man. Recorded at the acclaimed Minneapolis studio Sound 80 and released by Mountain Railroad Records, a small independent label based in the Upper Midwest, Honky-Tonk Man documented the musical world of a complex if largely misunderstood artist during the peak of his powers. Now, Honky-Tonk Man returns on vinyl for the first time in three decades.
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Honky-Tonk Man
Artist: Steve Young
Format: Vinyl
New: Available $23.98
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Vinyl LP pressing. Singer/songwriter/instrumentalist Steve Young (1942-2016) was a pioneer of "country rock" and of "outlaw country," two movements that transformed mainstream country music and impacted other genres of American popular music. Young, a Southerner, recorded more than a dozen distinctive albums, but none was more fully realized than his 1975 album Honky-Tonk Man. Recorded at the acclaimed Minneapolis studio Sound 80 and released by Mountain Railroad Records, a small independent label based in the Upper Midwest, Honky-Tonk Man documented the musical world of a complex if largely misunderstood artist during the peak of his powers. Now, Honky-Tonk Man returns on vinyl for the first time in three decades.
        
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