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Disc 1

1. Whiskey, Women And Loaded Dice - Sticks McGhee
2. Moonlight Gambler - Frankie Laine
3. The Darktown Poker Club - Jimmy Dean
4. Good Luck Charm - Elvis Presley
5. House Of The Risin’ Sun - Bob Dylan
6. Gambling Polka Dot Blues - Hank Snow
7. Lucky, Lucky - Annette
8. Gamblin’ Gal - Rusty Draper
9. Get Rich Quick - Little Richard
10. The Gambler’s Song - Ed McCurdy
11. Broke - Wilbert Harrison
12. Jack O’ Diamonds - Tex Johnson
13. Card Playing Blues - Jimmy Witherspoon
14. In The Jailhouse Now - Johnny Cash
15. Blackjack - Ray Charles
16. Bad Luck - B.B. King
17. Drunkards’ Blues - Hank Thompson
18. The Man Who Broke The Bank At Monte Carlo - Frankie Laine
19. Bad Bad Whiskey - Amos Milburn
20. The One-Armed Bandit (Nevada) - George Melachrino & His Orchestra

 

Disc 2

1. Easy Money - Charlie Rich
2. Gamblin’ Man (Roving Gambler) - Marvin Rainwater
3. Deuces Wild - Frankie Laine
4. One Scotch, One Bourbon, One Beer - Amos Milburn
5. Ace Of Spades - Link Wray & His Ray Men
6. Born To Ramble - Hank Locklin
7. Stagger Lee - Lloyd Price
8. Gambling Man - The Staple Singers
9. Left My Gal In The Mountains - Hank Thompson
10. From A Jack To A King - Ned Miller
11. Drink To Me - Johnny Cash
12. Whiskey And Wimmen - John Lee Hooker
13. Ace In The Hole - Frankie Laine
14. Gambler’s Blues - Dave Van Ronk
15. I’m Mr. Luck - Jimmy Reed
16. Lost Highway - Hank Williams
17. Losing Hand - Ray Charles
18. Broke And Lonely - Johnny ‘Guitar’ Watson
19. Deck Of Cards - Wink Martindale
20. A Game Of Poker - Nelson Riddle & His Orchestra

Whiskey, Women & Loaded Dice

Artist VARIOUS ARTISTS

Format 2CD

Cat No NOT2CD669

Bar-Code 5060143496691

Availability: In stock

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Aces backed with eights. In poker it’s called ‘the dead man’s hand’ because those were the cards Wild Bill Hickok was holding when he was killed in a Deadwood Saloon. But then gambling has always been a dangerous game, whether in a casino, bar or saloon. The link between gambling and drinking is just one of the themes explored here. Blues and Country legends were no strangers to Whiskey, Women or Loaded Dice, as we demonstrate in this collection featuring B.B. King, John Lee Hooker, Hank Thompson and many more.

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