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Disc 1

1. One Scotch, One Bourbon, One Beer - Amos Milburn
2. Drink To Me - Johnny Cash
3. Whiskey And Wimmen - John Lee Hooker
4. Wine From My Table - Bonnie Guitar
5. Tears Will Be The Chaser For Your Wine - Wanda Jackson
6. She’s Drunk Again - Lonnie Johnson
7. The Wine Flowed Freely - Marty Robbins
8. Drinkin’ Wine - Gene Simmons
9. No More Whiskey - Big Joe Williams
10. The Lady Drinks Champagne - Johnnie Ray
11. Drinkin’ Wine Spo-Dee-O-Dee - Lightnin' Hopkins
12. I Know Who Threw The Whiskey (In The Well) - Bullmoose Jackson
13. Somebody Buy Me A Drink - Oscar Brown Jr.
14. Head Happy With Wine - Sticks McGhee
15. Rye Whiskey - Tex Ritter
16. Rum And Coca-Cola - The Andrews Sisters
17. Lone Star Beer And Bob Wills Music - Red Steagall
18. Drunk With Love - Frances Faye
19. Kisses Sweeter Than Wine - Jimmie Rodgers
20. Half Pint-A-Whiskey Young - John Watson

Disc 2

1. Have A Drink On Me - Lonnie Donegan
2. Whiskey, Women And Loaded Dice - Sticks McGhee
3. Wine Me Up - Faron Young
4. Bad Bad Whiskey - Amos Milburn
5. Snaps Drinking Woman Champion - Jack Dupree
6. Whiskey River - Johnny Bush
7. Gimme A Pigfoot And A Bottle Of Beer - Billie Holiday
8. Two Red Lips And Warm Red Wine - Johnny Horton
9. Drinkin’ My Blues Away - Tampa Red
10. Bubbles In My Beer - Bob Wills & Tommy Duncan
11. Why Does A Drink Make You Think - Deke Watson & The Brown Dots
12. Drinking Again - Gloria Lynne
13. Drunkard’s Blues - Hank Thompson
14. Stream Of Whiskey - Doc Watson
15. The Drunkard’s Doom - The Louvin Brothers
16. The Drunken Driver - Ferlin Husky
17. Bottle Of Wine - Jimmy Gilmer
18. Rednecks, White Socks And Blue Ribbon Beer - Johnny Russell
19. Eat, Drink And Be Merry (Tomorrow You’ll Cry) - Porter Wagoner
20. Last Call (For Alcohol) - Julia Lee & Her Boy Friends

One Scotch, One Bourbon, One Beer

Artist VARIOUS ARTISTS

Format 2CD

Cat No NOT2CD734

Bar-Code 5060143497346

Availability: In stock

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It’s fun to sit with your mates in a pub and group songs together, that is, to find a common theme and think what would fit. You can do it with trains, cars, sunshine, winter, money, animals – anything really, and you will come across songs that sound great together and others that make very strange bedfellows. One of the most colourful subjects is alcohol, with songs of celebration, songs to drown your sorrows and others about drinking with your mates. Here, R&B stands for rhythm and booze and covers country and western, rockabilly, rock’n’roll, pop and blues. These are the best bar songs – bar none! So let’s raise a glass to some fine boozy tunes...

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