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David Allan Coe

David Allan Coe is one of the most celebrated and controversial artists to emerge from the outlaw country movement; a gifted songwriter and a charismatic performer, Coe is also a man who has followed his own path even when it meant traveling the hard way, and his life has been full of bad luck and misadventure. Few artists in any genre have as many tall tales and wild allegations attached to their name (some of which have been spread by Coe himself), and there are plenty of fans who love him or hate him for reasons that have nothing to do with his music. Despite it all, Coe's songwriting reveals a greater intelligence and emotional range than his reputation would suggest, and his best music is a bracing mixture of country, blues, and rock & roll.

Coe was born in Akron, Ohio on September 6, 1939. The product of a broken and unhappy home, he had a troubled childhood, and at the age of 9, he was sent to a reform school in Albion, Michigan. Through most of the next 20 years, Coe was in and out of various correctional institutions, having been convicted of crimes ranging from possession of burglary tools to auto theft. (Coe has also claimed that he killed a fellow prisoner in an Ohio penitentiary and at one point was facing execution, but no one has been able to substantiate this story.) While behind bars, Coe took up songwriting, claiming he was encouraged by Screamin' Jay Hawkins, supposedly a fellow inmate at the time. In 1967, Coe was out of prison and he was eager to break into music, so he headed to Nashville, living in his car and occasionally camping out in front of Ryman Auditorium (the home of the Grand Ol' Opry) in hopes of getting noticed. Coe's early music was strongly influenced by blues and R&B (he's often cited Hank Ballard as one of his favorite vocalists), and when he landed his first record deal, with Shelby Singleton's SSS Records, he cut a tough blues-based effort based on his experiences behind bars, 1969's Penitentiary Blues. The album earned enthusiastic reviews despite thin sales, and Coe hit the road in support, headlining clubs and opening dates for rock acts like Grand Funk Railroad. Coe's second album, 1970's Requiem for a Harlequin, was an introspective, poetic effort which attracted little notice. Coe's music began to evolve into a hard, honky tonk country sound, and his single "Keep Those Big Wheels Running" gained some C&W airplay, but he and Singleton soon parted ways.

While Coe's recording career wasn't making much impact, he landed a contract with a Nashville publishing house, and in 1973 Tanya Tucker scored a breakout hit with Coe's song "Would You Lay with Me (In a Field of Stone)." As Coe began making a name for himself as a songwriter, he revamped his on-stage persona, wearing rhinestone-studded suits (Coe said they were given to him by Mel Tillis) and a mask, calling himself "the Mysterious Rhinestone Cowboy" years before Glen Campbell scored a hit with a similar title. In 1974, Coe signed a deal with Columbia Records, calling his first album The Mysterious Rhinestone Cowboy. With his second LP for Columbia, 1974's Once Upon a Rhyme, Coe scored a hit single of his own with a cover of John Prine & Steve Goodman's "You Never Even Called Me by My Name." After losing the mask and the suits, Coe's career as a performer took off.

He was soon making regular appearances on the country charts with tunes like "Longhaired Redneck" and "Waylon, Willie, and Me," and in 1977, Johnny Paycheck scored a massive hit with his version of Coe's song "Take This Job and Shove It." Paycheck's recording crossed over to the pop charts and was even adapted into a feature film, featuring Coe in a supporting role. By this time, Coe's outlaw credentials had been solidified by his frequent statements to reporters about his years in the penal system, as well as bizarre rumors about Coe involving booze, drugs, and polygamy, not all of which he seemed in a hurry to deny. Coe relocated to Florida, and Caribbean influences began to seep into his music. He was also a devotee of biker culture, and in 1978, he released Nothing Sacred, a self-released album primarily sold through ads in Easyriders magazine. Nothing Sacred was devoted to wildly tasteless songs about sex, and Coe released a follow-up in 1982, Underground Album, which threw racial humor in with the blue material; Coe rarely performed material from his X-rated albums on-stage (and in time stopped performing the songs altogether), but they would create a lingering PR problem for him, leading to frequent charges that he was a racist and misogynist, both of which he's strongly denied.

In the early '80s, Coe's recording career enjoyed a resurgence; in 1983, his song "The Ride" rose to number four on the C&W charts, followed by "Mona Lisa Lost Her Smile," "It's Great to Be Single Again," "She Used to Love Me a Lot," and "Don't Cry, Darlin'." Coe also did more acting, appearing in a pair of made-for-TV movies with Johnny Cash and Kris Kristofferson, The Last Days of Frank & Jesse James and Stagecoach (both aired in 1986). In addition, Coe had developed an interest in magic and began incorporating illusions into his stage shows. As the '80s wore on, Coe's outlaw image became more pronounced, as he sported larger and more elaborate tattoos, began braiding his beard, and eventually adopted a dreadlock hairstyle. By 1990, Coe's contract with Columbia came to an end, and an unpleasant divorce and troubles with the IRS made a mess of his finances and private life; one of the more colorful tales about Coe alleges that after the IRS repossessed his house, he took to living in a cave for several months, though the veracity of this story is widely questioned.

From the '90s onward, Coe survived as a road warrior; he released albums periodically through several small labels (including his own Coe-Pop), and even charted with his 1997 concert set Live: If That Ain't Country. But after losing his publishing rights in a legal battle with creditors, live work provided his primary source of income, and at various times his band included members of Confederate Railroad, future Allman Bros. and Gov't Mule guitar hero Warren Haynes, and Coe's son Tyler. In 1999, Coe met Dimebag Darrell, guitarist with heavy metal outlaws Pantera, and their fast friendship led to a collaboration. Dimebag, bassist Rex Brown, and drummer Vinnie Paul teamed up with Coe to cut an album, Rebel Meets Rebel; recorded over the space of three years, the record wasn't released until 2006, after Dimebag's death. Coe also won new fans thanks to the endorsement of another fan, Kid Rock, who namechecked him in the song "American Badass," and then invited Coe to open his 2000 concert tour. Coe and Rock began writing songs together, and one of them, "Single Father," appeared on Rock's self-titled 2003 album. In March 2013, Coe was involved in a serious auto accident when his SUV was struck by a tractor trailer truck; despite suffering broken ribs, head trauma, and bruised kidneys, Coe was back on the road in a matter of months, performing at Willie Nelson's annual Fourth of July picnic. ~ Mark Deming
full bio

Selected Discography

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Track List: D.A.C.

1. Looking In The Mirror

2. Lyin' Comes So Easy To Your Lips

3. The Last Time She'll Leave Me This Time

4. I Gave Up (On Trying To Get Over You)

5. Voices

6. She Loved The Leavin' Out Of Me

7. I'll Never Regret Loving You

8. It's A Sad Situation

9. Those Low Down Blues

10. Whiskey, Whiskey (Take My Mind)

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Track List: Rough Rider

1. Pouring Water On A Drowning Man

2. What Made You Change Your Mind

3. Ice Cold Love

4. Now I Lay Me Down To Cheat

5. Rough Rider

6. Take Time To Know Her

7. Time After Time

8. Forever And Never

9. Headed For The Country

10. Meanwhile Back In Memphis

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Track List: Crazy Daddy

1. Crazy Daddy

2. If Only Your Eyes Could Lie

3. Southern Star

4. She Ain't You

5. Too Close To Home

6. Jody Like A Melody

7. I've Enjoyed As Much Of This As I Can Stand

8. Actions Speak Louder Than Words

9. Love Is A Never Ending War

10. Wild Irish Rose

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Track List: A Matter of Life and Death

1. The Ten Commandments of Love

2. Jody Like a Melody

3. Tanya Montana

4. If Only Your Eyes Could Lie

5. Need a Little Time off for Bad Behavior

6. Southern Star

7. Actions Speak Louder Than Words

8. Child of God

9. Wild Irish Rose

10. A Matter of Life...And Death

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Track List: Son Of The South

1. Love Is A Never Ending War

2. Storms Never Last

3. Gemini Girl

4. To Help You Love Again

5. Cold Turkey

6. A Country Boy (Who Rolled The Rock Away)

7. Couldn't Do Nothin Right

8. I've Already Cheated On You

9. I Hate Love

10. Son Of The South

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Track List: Darlin', Darlin'

1. She Used To Love Me A Lot

2. You're The Only Song I Sing Today

3. Too Close To Home

4. My Elusive Dreams

5. Mary Go Round (About The Birth Of Jesus)

7. She Ain't You

8. My Girl

9. Call Me The Breeze

10. For Lovers Only, Pt. 4

11. Why You Been Gone So Long?

12. Drinkin' To Forget

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Track List: Invictus (Means) Unconquered

1. Rose Knows

2. Ain't It Funny The Way Love Can Do Ya

3. If You Ever Think Of Me At All

4. The Purple Heart

5. London Homesick Blues

6. Stand By Your Man

7. As Far As This Feeling Will Take Us

8. Someplace To Come When It Rains

9. The Best Game In Town

10. I Love Robbing Banks

11. The Bright Morning Light

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Track List: Hello In There

1. Crazy Old Soldier

2. Out Of Your Mind

3. Mister, Don't Talk Bad About My Music

4. Drinkin' To Forget

5. Gotta Travel On

6. He Will Break Your Heart

7. For Lovers Only, Pt. 2

8. Hello In There

9. Someone Special

10. I Ain't Gonna Let You Go Again

11. My Father Smoked His Pipe

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Track List: Tennessee Whiskey

1. Tennessee Whiskey

2. If I Knew

3. I've Given 'Bout All I Can Take

4. Pledging My Love

5. I'll Always Be A Fool For You

6. (Sittin' On) The Dock Of The Bay

7. Juanita

8. We Got A Bad Thing Goin'

9. D-R-U-N-K

10. Little Orphan Annie

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Track List: Spectrum VII

1. Rollin' With The Punches

2. On My Feet Again

3. Fall In Love With You

4. What Can I Do

5. Sudden Death

6. Fairytale Morning

7. Seven Mile Bridge

8. Now's The Time (To Fall In Love)

9. Love Is Just A Porpoise (Playing In The Tropical Sun)

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Track List: Compass Point

1. Heads Or Tails

2. 3 Time Loser

3. Gone (Like)

4. Honey Don't

5. Lost

6. Merle And Me

7. Loving Her (Will Make You Lose Your Mind)

8. The Fish Aren't Bitin' Today

9. X's And O's (Kisses And Hugs)

10. Loving You Comes So Natural

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Track List: Family Album

1. Family Album

2. Million Dollar Memories

3. Divers Do It Deeper

4. Guilty Footsteps

5. Take This Job And Shove It Too (1977 Version)

6. Houston, Dallas, San Antone

7. I've Got To Have You

8. Whole Lot Of Lonesome

9. Bad Impressions

10. Heavenly Father, Holy Mother

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Track List: Human Emotions

1. Would You Lay With Me (In A Field Of Stone)

2. If This Is Just A Game

3. You Can Count On Me

4. Mississippi River Queen

5. Tomorrow Is Another Day

6. Human Emotions

7. (She Finally Crossed Over) Love's Cheatin' Line

8. Whiskey & Women

9. Jack Daniel's, If You Please

10. Suicide

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Track List: I've Got Something To Say

1. I've Got Something To Say

2. Back To Atlanta

3. I Could Never Give You Up (For Someone Else)

4. Take It Easy Rider

5. The Great Nashville Railroad Disaster (A True Story)

6. Hank Williams Junior-Junior

7. Get A Little Dirt On Your Hands

8. If You'll Hold The Ladder (I'll Climb To The Top)

9. This Bottle (In My Hand)

10. Take This Job And Shove It Too (1980 Version)

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Track List: Once Upon A Rhyme

1. Would You Lay With Me (In A Field Of Stone)

2. Jody Like A Melody

3. Loneliness In Ruby's Eyes

4. Would You Be My Lady

5. Sweet Vibrations (Some Folks Call It Love)

6. Another Pretty Country Song

7. Piece Of Wood And Steel

8. Fraulein

9. Shine It On

10. You Never Even Called Me By My Name

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Track List: Tattoo

1. Just To Prove My Love For You

2. Face To Face

3. You'll Always Live Inside Of Me

4. Play Me A Sad Song

5. Daddy Was A God Fearin' Man

6. Canteen Of Water

7. Maria Is A Mystery

8. Just In Time (To Watch Love Die)

9. San Francisco Mable Joy

10. Hey Gypsy

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Track List: Super Hits Volume 2

1. If That Ain't Country

2. Long Black Veil

3. Willie, Waylon And Me

4. The Fugitive

5. White Line Fever

6. Mama Tried

7. Roll On Eighteen Wheeler

8. Ride 'Em Cowboy

9. Truck Drivin' Man

10. House Of The Rising Sun

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Track List: 20 All Time Greatest Hits

1. You Never Even Called Me By My Name

2. Mona Lisa Lost Her Smile

3. Tennessee Whiskey

4. Branded Man

5. Truck Driving Man

6. Long Black Veil

7. White Line Fever

8. Roll On 18 Wheeler

9. Six Days On The Road

10. Mama Tried

11. The Ride

12. Willie, Waylon And Me

13. Ride 'Em Cowboy

14. House Of The Rising Sun

15. Would You Lay With Me (In A Field Of Stone)

16. Take This Job And Shove It

17. Lonesome Fugitive

18. Frankie And Johnnie

19. If That Ain't Country (I'll Kiss Your Sss)

20. Papa Loved Mama

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Track List: The Ride

1. The Ride

2. If That Ain't Country (I'll Kiss Your Sss)

3. In The Heart Of Dixie

4. I Haven't Seen Mama In Years

5. California Turnarounds

6. My Kind Of Music

7. Yellow Rose Of Texas

8. I Can't Stop Now

9. Just Because

10. Strawberry Roan

11. Skip To My Lou

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Track List: Country & Western

1. Home On The Range

2. Skip To My Lou

3. Shenandoah

4. Strawberry Roan

5. Pretty Red Wing

6. Sweet Betsy From Pike

7. Yellow Rose Of Texas

8. Oh, My Darlin' Clementine

9. Cowboy'S Prayer

10. O Bury Me Not On The Lone Prairie

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Track List: The Ghost Of Hank Williams

1. Introduction Plus Lost Highway

2. Cold Cold Heart

3. Mansion On The Hill

4. My Son Calls Another Man Daddy

5. Help Me Understand

6. The Ghost Of Hank Williams

7. Take These Chains From My Heart

8. I Dreamed About Mama Last Night

9. Be Careful Of Stones That You Throw

10. No One Will Ever Know

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Track List: Branded Man

1. Branded Man

2. Mama Tried

3. Waiting For A Train

4. Fightin’ Side Of Me

5. I'm A Lonesome Fugitive

6. Sing Me Back Home

7. White Line Fever

8. Ramblin' Fever

9. Legend Of Bonnie And Clyde

10. Movin' On

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Track List: At His Best

1. You Never Even Called Me By My Name (The Perfect Country & Western Song)

2. Tennessee Whiskey

3. How Fast Them Trucks Can Go

4. Frankie And Johnny

5. 18 Wheels Hummin’ Home Sweet Home

6. From Heaven’s Door

7. Rollin’ In My Sweet Baby’s Arms

8. Powder Brown

9. House Of The Rising Sun

10. Rings On The Bar

11. Prisoner’s Song

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Track List: Sings Johnny Cash's Biggest Hits

1. One Piece At A Time

2. Folsom Prison Blues

3. Sunday Morning Coming Down

4. Ballad Of A Teenage Queen

5. Hey Porter

6. Get Rhythm

7. I Walk The Line

8. Ring Of Fire

9. Cry! Cry! Cry!

10. Doin' My Time

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Track List: These Days

1. Fuzzy Was An Outlaw

2. Got You On My Mind

3. Mary Magdeline

4. These Days

5. West Virginia Man

6. Why Me

7. Why You Been Gone So Long

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Track List: The Essential David Allan Coe

Disc 1

1. (If I Could Climb) The Walls Of The Bottle

2. A Sad Country Song

3. You Never Even Called Me By My Name

4. Would You Lay With Me (In A Field Of Stone)

5. When She's Got Me (Where She Wants Me)

6. Family Reunion

7. Longhaired Redneck

8. Willie, Waylon And Me

9. Greener Than The Grass We Laid On

10. If That Ain't Country

11. Just To Prove My Love For You

12. Face To Face

13. Take This Job And Shove It Too (1977 Version)

14. Jack Daniel's, If You Please

15. If This Is Just A Game

16. Hank Williams Junior-Junior

17. Fairytale Morning

18. Get A Little Dirt On My Hands

19. This Bottle (In My Hand)

20. Take This Job And Shove It Too (1980 Version)

Disc 2

1. Tennessee Whiskey

2. Stand By Your Man

3. Now I Lay Me Down To Cheat

4. What Made You Change Your Mind

5. Pouring Water On A Drowning Man

6. The Ride

7. Cheap Thrills

8. Whiskey, Whiskey (Take My Mind)

9. Crazy Old Soldier

10. Ride 'Em Cowboy

11. Mona Lisa Lost Her Smile

12. Don't Cry Darlin' (Recitation By George Jones)

13. She Used To Love Me A Lot

14. I'm Gonna Hurt Her On The Radio

15. I've Already Cheated On You

16. A Country Boy (Who Rolled The Rock Away)

17. Son Of The South

18. Tanya Montana

19. Need A Little Time Off For Bad Behavior

20. Take My Advice

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Track List: David Allan Coe - 16 Biggest Hits

1. You Never Even Called Me By My Name

2. Would You Lay With Me (In A Field Of Stone)

3. Longhaired Redneck

4. Willie, Waylon And Me

5. Lately I've Been Thinking Too Much Lately

6. If This Is Just A Game

7. Now I Lay Me Down To Cheat

8. Cheap Thrills

9. Mona Lisa Lost Her Smile

10. She Used To Love Me A Lot

11. I'm Gonna Hurt Her On The Radio

12. Need A Little Time Off For Bad Behavior

13. Tanya Montana

14. Son Of The South

15. Tennessee Whiskey

16. The Ride

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Track List: Recommended For Airplay

1. Song For The Year 2000

2. The Price We'll Have To Pay

3. A Harley Someday

4. Drink My Wife Away

5. She's Already Gone

6. Mississippi

7. Drink Canada Dry

8. Let Me Be The One You Turn To

9. In My Life

10. We Can Talk

11. Sweet Rebecca

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Track List: David Allan Coe Live: If That Ain't Country...

1. Talkin' To The Blues

2. Soul Shine

3. Willie, Waylon And Me

4. The Ghost Of Hank Williams

5. There's No Holes In These Hands

6. Desperate Man

7. Long Haired Redneck

8. Jack Daniels, Jack Daniels, Jack Daniels Please

9. Take This Job And Shove It

10. The Ride

11. You Never Even Called Me By My Name

12. Would You Lay With Me (In A Field Of Stone)

13. When I Was A Young Man

14. If That Ain't Country (Part 2)

15. Son Of The South

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Track List: Tattoo / Family Album

2. Face To Face

3. You'll Always Live Inside Of Me

4. Play Me A Sad Song

5. Daddy Was A God Fearin' Man

6. Canteen Of Water

7. Maria Is A Mystery

8. Just In Time (To Watch Love Die)

10. Hey Gypsy

11. Family Album

12. Million Dollar Memories

13. Divers Do It Deeper

14. Guilty Footsteps

15. Take This Job And Shove It

16. Houston, Dallas, San Antone

17. I've Got To Have You

18. Whole Lot Of Lonesome

19. Bad Impressions

20. Heavenly Father, Holy Mother

21. (If I Could) Climb The Walls Of The Bottle

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Track List: Original Outlaw

1. Why You Been Gone So Long

2. Got You On My Mind

3. That Old Time Feeling

4. Ride Me Down Easy

5. Fuzzy Was An Outlaw

6. Mary Magdeline

7. A Satisfied Mind

8. Why Me

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Track List: Invictus (Means) Unconquered / Tennessee Whiskey

1. Rose Knows

2. Ain't It Funny The Way Love Can Do Ya

3. If You Ever Think Of Me At All

4. The Purple Heart

5. London Homesick Blues

6. Stand By Your Man

7. As Far As This Feeling Will Take Us

8. Someplace To Come When It Rains

9. The Best Game In Town

10. I Love Robbing Banks

11. Tennessee Whiskey

12. If I Knew

13. I've Given 'Bout All I Can Take

14. Pledging My Love

15. I'll Always Be A Fool For You

17. Juanita

18. We Got A Bad Thing Goin'

19. D-R-U-N-K

20. Little Orphan Annie

21. Bright Morning Light

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Track List: Longhaired Redneck / Rides Again

1. Long Haired Redneck

2. When She's Got Me (Where She Wants Me)

3. Revenge

4. Texas Lullaby

5. Living On The Run

6. Family Reunion

7. Rock & Roll Holiday

8. Free Born Rambling Man

9. Spotlight

10. Dakota The Dancing Bear, Pt. 2

11. Willie, Waylon And Me

12. The House We've Been Calling Home

13. Young Dallas Cowboy

14. A Sense Of Humor

15. The Punkin Center Barn Dance

16. Willie, Waylon And Me (Reprise)

17. Lately I've Been Thinking Too Much Lately

18. Laid Back And Wasted

19. Under Rachel's Wings

20. Greener Than The Grass (We Laid On)

21. If That Ain't Country

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Track List: Super Hits

1. Cheap Thrills

2. You Never Even Called Me By My Name

3. Would You Lay With Me (In A Field Of Stone)

4. Mona Lisa Lost Her Smile

5. If This Is Just A Game

6. The Ride

7. Willie, Waylon And Me

8. Jack Daniel's, If You Please

9. Family Reunion

10. If That Ain't Country

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Track List: Biggest Hits

1. Now I Lay Me Down To Cheat

2. (Sittin' On) The Dock Of The Bay

3. Take Time To Know Her

4. Hank Williams Junior-Junior

5. London Homesick Blues

6. Stand By Your Man

7. Tennessee Whiskey

8. Juanita

9. Pledging My Love

10. Would You Lay With Me (In A Field Of Stone)

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Track List: Greatest Hits

1. Divers Do It Deeper

2. Longhaired Redneck

3. You Never Even Called Me By My Name

4. Willie, Waylon And Me

5. A Sad Country Song

6. Would You Be My Lady

7. Just To Prove My Love For You

8. Lately I've Been Thinking Too Much Lately

9. Would You Lay With Me (In A Field Of Stone)

10. Face To Face

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Track List: David Allan Coe 17 Greatest Hits

1. She Used To Love Me A Lot

2. Mona Lisa Lost Her Smile

3. The Ride

4. Now I Lay Me Down To Cheat

5. Tennessee Whiskey

6. If That Ain't Country

7. Longhaired Redneck

8. Jody Like A Melody

9. Please Come To Boston

10. You Never Even Called Me By My Name

11. This Bottle (In My Hand)

12. Would You Lay With Me In

13. Jack Daniel's, If You Please

14. Take This Job And Shove It Too

15. Willie, Waylon And Me

16. Pledging My Love

17. Hank Williams Junior-Junior

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Track List: For The Record - The First 10 Years

1. You Never Even Called Me By My Name

2. Please Come To Boston

3. Jody Like A Melody

4. Longhaired Redneck

5. If That Ain't Country

6. Willie, Waylon & Me

7. Take This Job And Shove It Too (1977 Version)

8. Just To Prove My Love For You

9. Jack Daniel's, If You Please

10. Would You Lay With Me (In A Field Of Stone)

11. Divers Do It Deeper

12. X's And O's (Kisses And Hugs)

13. This Bottle (In My Hand)

14. Get A Little Dirt On My Hands

15. Stand By Your Man

16. Tennessee Whiskey

17. Now I Lay Me Down To Cheat

18. What Made You Change Your Mind

19. The Ride

20. Mona Lisa Lost Her Smile

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Track List: Unchained

1. I'm Gonna Hurt Her On The Radio

2. Angels In Red

3. He Has To Pay (For What I Get For Free)

4. Ain't Worth The Powder

5. Would They Love Me Down In Shreveport

6. Unchained Melody

7. Snowblind Friend

8. Southern Man

9. Even After Forever

10. The Fiery Death Of Willie Bodine

11. Ride 'Em Cowboy

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Track List: Just Divorced

1. Mona Lisa Lost Her Smile

2. Sweet Angeline

3. He's Taking It Hard

4. For Lovers Only, Pt. III

5. Thief In My Bedroom

6. Just Divorced

7. It's Great To Be Single Again

8. Blue Grass Morning

9. I Wanta Know I'm Goin' Home

10. For Your Precious Love

11. Cocaine Carolina

12. Again, Again & Again

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Track List: Castles In The Sand

1. Cheap Thrills

2. Son Of A Rebel Son

3. Fool Inside Of Me

4. Castles In The Sand

5. Gotta Serve Somebody

6. The Ride

7. I Can't Let You Be A Memory

8. Missin' The Kid

9. Don't Be A Stranger

10. For Lovers Only, Pt. 1

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Track List: Texas Moon

1. Got You On My Mind

2. These Days

3. A Satisfied Mind

4. Why You Been Gone So Long

5. Why Me

6. Mary Magdeline

7. Fuzzy Was An Outlaw

8. That Old Time Feeling

9. Ride Me Down Easy

10. Give My Love To Rose

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Track List: Rides Again

1. Willie, Waylon And Me

2. The House We've Been Calling A Home

3. Young Dallas Cowboy

4. A Sense Of Humor

5. The Punkin Center Barn Dance

6. Willie, Waylon And Me (Reprise)

7. Lately I've Been Thinking Too Much Lately

8. Laid Back And Wasted

9. Under Rachel's Wings

10. Greener Than The Grass (We Laid On)

11. If That Ain't Country

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Track List: Longhaired Redneck

1. Longhaired Redneck

2. When She's Got Me (Where She Wants Me)

3. Revenge

4. Texas Lullaby

5. Living On The Run

6. Family Reunion

7. Rock & Roll Holiday

8. Free Born Rambling Man

9. Spotlight

10. Dakota The Dancing Bear, Pt. 2

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Track List: Penitentiary Blues

1. Penitentiary Blues

2. Cell #33

3. Monkey David Wine

4. Walkin' Bum

5. One Way Ticket To Nowhere

6. Funeral Parlor Blues

7. Death Row

8. Oh Warden

9. Age 21

10. Little David

11. Conjer Man

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Track List: The Mysterious Rhinestone Cowboy

1. A Sad Country Song

2. Crazy Mary

3. River

4. The 33rd Of August

5. Bossier City

6. Atlanta Song

7. Old Man Tell Me

8. Desperados Waiting For The Train

9. I Still Sing The Old Songs

10. The Old Grey Goose Is Dead

11. (If I Could Climb) The Walls Of The Bottle

12. Please Come To Boston

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Oknot
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Ilovesings
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Seen him in 79 at Lawrence Ks.put on a good show .
Interduced his crew an then shook his d..k at us and interduced it. Few years later met a woman who went and became one of his wives. I guess it was a little bit more than she wanted never a dull moment.
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BRIAN YOU PLAY IT BECAUSE WHAT HE DID TO ME AND I PLAY BECAUSE WHAT HE DID TO YOU !!! "" SPEECHLESS !!
"" CHARLIE DANIELS ""THE DEVIL WENT DOWN TO GEORGIA "" !!
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Gave one hell of a concert 30 Yrs ago in a Podunk town in nc
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utstarman3
Runf for president D A C !!!
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True That...D.A.C . is an old fukker now...but I will bet he can still kik yer fukkin a** !
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The only real country outlaw!
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Ever hear of JOHNNY REBEL?
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True American BADASS
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If that ain't country I'll kiss your a_ _
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Bring back the album version of this song for the love of f**k
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DONT READ THIS. YOU WILL BE KISSED ON THE NEAREST POSSIBLE FRIDAY BY THE LOVE OF YOUR LIFE. TOMMARROW WILL BE THE BEST DAY OF YOUR LIFE. NOW YOUVE STARTED READING THIS DONT STOP THIS IS SO FREAKY. But if you read this and ignore it then you will have very bad luck. PUT THIS ON 15 SONGS IN 143 MINS. WHEN YOU ARE DONE PRESS THE SPACEBAR AND YOUR CRUSHES NAME WILL APPER IN BIG LETTERS ON THE SCREEN THIS IS SO FREAKY IT ACTUALLY WORKS
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RIP WAYLON! Thank you for all the wonderful music
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: - )
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Love me some waylon,Willi e and the boys
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Or
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colliegal105 8
A great oldie xo
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I love listen to good old country music
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Great real country music...just not the same now and days ....merica
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True country music. Good Ole boy tunes. Nothing will ever compare to this real music.
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Hi I am 10 I am a big fan so is my family
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God dam right
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Hell Yes!
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Love cow n word and all
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yr the best!!!!!!!! ! ! ! !
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colliegal105 8
I call this "the DARLIN SONG"!
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ktk6054
Black guy here. I certainly do enjoy some Coe. I wonder if he ever regrets using the 'N' word in this song. In either case, none of us is perfect. I just forgive him and keep listening... . lolol.
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Great music we love hours of coe
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So glad to of grown up in this era
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Why is it that the people who leave comments celebrating racism in DAC songs also either can't spell and or don't know how to use correct English in a sentence. Thank you DAC for some great music.
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colliegal105 8
U don't :-/ 2call me Darlin-darli n
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Now that waylon, cash, and all the others are gone, DAC is the only true outlaw still left
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One of the last living outlaws. A must see while you can. Fabulous writer. Tells like it is
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IT'S ALL ABOUT THE ""MUSIC"" !!!! --- & BOY'S ! THIS MAN CAN THROW DOWN SOME MUSIC !!!!!!!! �� ☝ �� ✌.



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DAC is the man!
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U know I love this guy but he has had a messed up life
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Coe rules
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Zack and are you doing buddy
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Charles REESE my dad
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ronaldblinge r
One of the best from Ohio if he ain't country I shook his hand at a show in Cleveland he's been to prison more than once in hard prisons in Ohio he ain't kissing no ones a**
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Wish you well, you gave me alot, thanks
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If that ain't country I'll kiss your a**
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Thank you always, good sir!!!!!!
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He may be a bad a** but a great man
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hntmup
Boy Howdy, gets no better than that
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scotts19655
An American Badass!
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Yep Yep that's right JACK
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One of best county singers around.
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I've been listening to his music for over 35 years ( I'm only 41 now ) I grew up in a small Missouri town called Mayview (which by the way my great grandpa named ) my mother tended bar there and occasionally had live bands and I'll never forget the time I shook hands with David Allen Coe when I was 5 years old in 1980 he stopped in there coming from Kansas city
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