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Buenas Noches From a Lonely Room

Artist: Dwight Yoakam

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Label: Reprise
Album: Buenas Noches From a Lonely Room
# Song Title   Time
1)    I Got You
2)    One More Name
3)    What I Don't Know
4)    Home of the Blues
5)    Buenas Noches
6)    From a Lonely Room (She Wore Red Dresses)
7)    I Hear You Knockin
8)    I Sang Dixie
9)    Floyd County
10)    Send Me the Pillow
11)    Hold On To God

Performer Notes
  • Personnel includes: Dwight Yoakam (vocals, acoustic guitar, percussion); Buck Owens, Maria McKee (vocals); Pete Anderson (acoustic & electric guitars, mandolin, bass, percussion); Al Perkins (dobro); Scott Joss (mandolin); Don Reed (fiddle); Flaco Jiminez (accordion); Taras Prodaniuk, Dusty Wakeman (bass); Jeff Donovan (drums); Jim Lauderdale, Brantley Kearns (background vocals).
  • The Lonesome Strangers: Jeff Rymes, Randy Weeks (vocals).
  • Dwight Yoakam's third album, 1988's BUENAS NOCHES FROM A LONELY ROOM, finds the Kentucky-born country singer turning in his most adventurous and eclectic record up to that point. Here Yoakam wanders beyond the boundaries of HILLBILLY DELUXE's straight-up honky-tonk territory, even incorporating a Tex-Mex aesthetic with the presence of accordion master Flaco Jimenez. While the opener, "I Got You," sticks closely to Yoakam's twangy signature sound, "Buenas Noches from a Lonely Room (She Wore Red Dresses)" presents a cinematic narrative that reveals a more ambitious musical vision and showcases Jimenez's deft playing.
  • Among the cover tunes on BUENAS NOCHES are a rocked-out reading of Johnny Cash's "Home of the Blues" and a stellar take on the Bucks Owens hit "Streets of Bakersfield," which features a rare appearance by Owens himself. Tied together by Yoakam's effortless charm and unmistakable vocals, the record is an assured outing by an artist fully committed to working outside of his comfort zone, and the results make for a thoroughly rewarding album.

Professional Reviews
Rolling Stone - 3.5 Stars - Very Good

Format:CD (0 Disc); Stereo
Studio/Live: Studio
Release Date:29 April, 2008
Guest Artist: Buck Owens; Flaco Jimenez; Jim Lauderdale; Maria McKee; Pete Anderson; The Lonesome Strangers
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Country at its best, I love every song on this album which was originally released in 1988, this was the first album I brought of dwight yoakam and I'm glad i did, If you like country then you shound love this album, Dwight is a one of a kind contry singer , nobody eles sounds like him, all in all this is a great album My fave songs (although I like them all) are One More Name, Buenas Noches Form a Lonely Room, Send Me The Pillow,I Got You...

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