Out of the well over 3000 albums in my collection there's some that will always be super special.
Some take me way back to my childhood when i first began starting soaking up music.
My alltime favs at this point would be, i guess,
a 'what-few-would-i-take-to-a-deserted-island' - list so to speak:
by the way: music playing is a demo i once recorded late at night in Steakhouse House, Witte Paarden, when all the guests have gone home and i was alone on this little veranda pickin' n'thinkin' . It only later got the title 'Trailing the setting Sun' (Rob Dokter) (c). I once followed a 8-hours-long-sunset while flying to Detroit for my first stop to get to Tampa, FLA.
Johnny Cash - Riding the Rails (CBS 88153, 1976) - Double album, with album 2 being a reprint of the 1960 'Ride this Train'
Johnny Cash - Man in black (C-30550, Columbia 1971)
Johnny Cash - A Thing called Love (KC-31332, Columbia 1972)
Johnny Cash - I would like to see you again (KC-35313, Columbia 1978)
Willie Nelson - Stardust (JC-35305, CBS 1978)
Willie Nelson - The Troublemaker (CBS 81565 1976)
Waylon Jennings - Music Man (AHL1-3602, RCA 1980)
Waylon Jennings - I've always been crazy (AFL1-2979, RCA 1978)
Jerry Jeff Walker - Drifting way of Life (Vanguard, ... info to be added...1969)
Johnny Joyce - Joyce's Choice Mixture (Freedom Records FLP99003, 1976)
Connie Smith and Nat Stuckey - Young Love (RCA,,,,,info to be added)
Merle Haggard - Ramblin'Fever (MCA-2267, 1977)
Don WIlliams - Expressions (MCA .. info to be added)
Delbert & Glen - Subject to Change (Clean Records CN 602, 1973)
Jim Ringer - Good to get Home (Philo Records, stereo1012, 1972)