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Mack Vickery - Live At The Alabama Women's Prison album flac
  • Performer: Mack Vickery
  • Title: Live At The Alabama Women's Prison
  • Genre: Folk and Country
  • Country: US
  • Date of release: 1970
  • Music style: Country
  • MP3 size: 1436 mb
  • FLAC size 1210 mb
  • Formats VOX AA FLAC RA DTS MP1 MP2

The cover of Mack Vickery's album Live at the Alabama's Women Prison, 1970. Background information. 1938-06-08)June 8, 1938 Town Creek, Alabama United States. Born in Town Creek, Alabama, Vickery moved to Memphis, Tennessee in 1957 and, considered leading man material, recorded for Sun Records, although nothing was initially released. Vickery continued to record for a number of minor labels and under various aliases, including "Vick Vickers" and "Atlanta James". Vickery first scored a songwriting hit when Faron Young recorded Vickery's song "She Went A Little Bit Further", which reached number 14 on the Country Music charts in 1968. Vickery followed this with songs for artists like Johnny Cash, George Jones,.

Complete your Mack Vickery collection. Alabama Women's Prison Blues.

Live at the Alabama Women's Prison. Like those B-movies, Live at the Alabama Women's Prison is a shameless knock-off of a hit, as Vickery decided to cut an album in a prison after Johnny Cash's At Folsom Prison turned into smash.

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Mack Vickery's recording history way predates 'Live At The Alabama Women's Prison. Born in Town Creek, Alabama, on June 8, 1938, he moved around the Ohio valley and Tennessee before eventually settling in the Detroit area. In 1957, he and some buddies auditioned at Sun, and Vickery says that Sam Phillips told him to stick around, but he returned home instead. Vickery might have performed in front of bigger audiences, but never one so passionate. The idea came after hearing Cash's 'Live At Folsom Prison' and it took some serious effort to get permission to bring musicians and recording equipment inside the building. According to Vickery's long-time associate, songwriter Merle Kilgore, Vickery went down to Alabama and got buddy-buddy with the female warden. After a few drinks she was talked into letting the singer come down to record.

This album was actually compiled from two live performances at different prisons, but we'll cut Thornton a break. She finally gets to perform her hit, "Ball 'n' Chain"-which was made famous by Janis Joplin and The Holding Company-where it was made to be played: Jail. 04) Live at Chelmsford Top Security Prison by The Sex Pistols (1990). This album was made during the Sex Pistols' peak of popularity, and one would think a prison mob would be the perfect audience for a band openly proclaiming a love for anarchy. Country performer Mack Vickery probably expected the lust of a prison full of females when he headed to the Alabama Women's Prison for his 1970 live album. Vickery sounds good airing out sexualized tunes such as "A Woman Who Walks on The Wild Side" and "Meat Man," a track he penned originally for Jerry Lee Lewis. His audience probably thought he did more than just sound good. The Very Best Of. Jimmy Bowen. Joe Tate with the Blue Monday Band and the Hippie Voices. Angel Love (Remastered) - Single.

Mack Vickery first came to Memphis to try his luck in the music business in late '57, cutting three songs for Sun Records, Fool Proof, Drive In and Have You Ever Been Lonely. No single was forthcoming though and they remained unissued for a couple of decades. The cover photo of his 70's album cut Live At The Alabama Women's Prison shows him one side of the prison bars with four lusty jailbirds the other side, and it's hard to tell whether they want to get out of their cell more than he wants to get in! In recent times he wrote a song with Chief Bearheart of the Perdido Bay Tribe of Lower Muscogee Creek Indians called I Knew We Could All Get Along When An Indian Sings a Cowboy Song so the humour still seems to be there.

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 Life Turned Her That Way
Written-By – Harlan Howard
2:48
A2 A Woman Who Walks On The Wild Side
Written-By – Mack Vickery
2:40
A3 Walk A Mile In My Shoes
Written-By – Joe South
2:28
Down At John Wayne's Ranch - Medley (8:10)
A4a Cryin' Time
Written-By – Buck Owens
A4b Still
Written-By – Bill Anderson
A4c Life Turned Her That Way
Written-By – Harlan Howard
A4d Love Me
Written-By – Leiber-Stoller*
A4e Hound Dog
Written-By – Leiber-Stoller*
B1 Alabama Women's Prison Blues
Written-By – Mack Vickery
2:40
B2 The Purse
Written-By – Mack Vickery
3:00
B3 Games People Play
Written-By – Joe South
2:30
B4 As Usual
Written-By – Alex Zanetis
3:06
B5 Jesus, Don't Give Up On Me
Written-By – Alex Zanetis, Jack Clement
1:35
B6 He's Got The Whole World
Written By – P. David
2:30
B7 Ole Time Religion 1:45

Companies, etc.

  • Recorded At – Julia Tutwiler Prison For Women
  • Record Company – RPM Inc

Credits

  • Arranged By – John Ragsdale
  • Liner Notes – Waylon Jennings
  • Mastered By – PR*
  • Photography [Cover] – Bill Forshee
  • Producer, Liner Notes – Alex Zanetis

Notes

Variant: label has small pressing ring. Black ink printed on white labels. Catalog number and "Stereo" designation at label's 9:00, "Promo Copy," side designation, and matrix at label's 3:00. Album title in all CAPS, split as "Live At The/Alabama Women's Prison."

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Label A): MOLS-1071
  • Matrix / Runout (Label B): MOLS-1072
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout A, etched): LP M311002 MOLS 1071 M PR
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout B, etched): LP M31-1002 MOLS 1072 M PR
  • Rights Society: BMI

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
M31-1002 Mack Vickery Live At The Alabama Women's Prison ‎(LP, Album) Mega Records M31-1002 US 1970
BCD 16994 AH Mack Vickery Live At The Alabama Women's Prison ‎(CD, Album, RE) Bear Family Records BCD 16994 AH Germany 2008
M31-1002 Mack Vickery Live At The Alabama Women's Prison ‎(LP, Album, Promo) Mega Records M31-1002 US 1970


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