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Defective Masters?

Many (most?) of the tracks on this album are full of static and unpleasant to listen to. I've redownloaded several of them and nothing helps. I think there needs to be a remaster and reissue of the entire album.

It's a 5 star album that is being ruined by poor recording equipment or technique.

Garage Songs VIII: The Folk Years

This man is one of the finest crooners of my lifetime. I came up in the mid to late '70s while he was charting a lot and was all over the 5-kilowatt AM country stations of the day, and I was a fan when I was barely in my double digits. Now, I hear him covering Foreigner and Peter, Paul and Mary with that same unmistakable and distinct voice, with just as much fervor as if the songs were his own. He never ceases to disappoint or lose that energy. I highly recommend every album on iTunes along with the many that aren't.

Biography

Born: August 23, 1947 in Chicago, IL

Genre: Country

Years Active: '70s, '80s, '90s

Rex Allen, Jr. is the son of Rex Allen, the country music singer who scored seven country hits between 1949 and 1968, the biggest of which was 1953's "Crying in the Chapel," which crossed over to number eight in the pop chart. Allen Jr. was born in Chicago and traveled with his father from the age of six. He took up the guitar and later worked as a rodeo clown. Moving to Nashville in the late '60s, he broke into the country charts...
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