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Bob Gallion never really made much of an impression on the country charts or on country history, but as Bear Family's 2000 compilation Out of a Honky Tonk proves, he didn't deserve to be ignored. He didn't really have any song that stood out from the pack — perhaps that's the reason why he couldn't score a real hit while he was recording for MGM in the late '60s — but he was a solid performer with a strong voice in the best honky tonk tradition. His 1956 single "Hey, Mr. Bartender" is an overlooked barroom gem that's ripe for revival, and there are several other songs — "Out of a Honky Tonk," "Your Wild Life's Gonna Get You Down," "You Gotta Have a Heartbreak (To Know How to Love)" — that are excellent, straight-ahead country in the vein of Hank Williams. Out of a Honky Tonk is augmented by a number of previously unreleased songs — a total of five — making this a complete overview of his waxings for MGM. This isn't necessarily revelatory material — Gallion wasn't a lost major talent, just a singer who was, at his best, nearly excellent and at his worst, quite enjoyable — but for anyone enamored of hardcore late-'50s country, this is a terrific listen.

Out of a Honky Tonk, Bob Gallion
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