Underground Album is Coe's follow-up to his 1978 album Nothing Sacred. The album was generally criticized as being profane, racist, and crude.
This is a detailed discography for American country music artist David Allan Coe. Coe started his career in 1970 on SSS International Records before signing with Columbia Records and staying with the label for 15 years. In the 1990s, he released albums through several independent labels such as his own DAC Records. Most of these releases have been reissued under different names and/or cannibalized for various compilations
Tracks A1 to B2, B4, B5: BMI Tracks A1, B3: ASCAP. Matrix, Runout (Label Side A): AL 38926. Matrix, Runout (Label Side B): BL 38926. Matrix, Runout (Etched Side A, except "I" stamped): P AL-38926-1G I. Matrix, Runout (Etched Side B, except "I" stamped): P BL-38926-1F I.
Coe wrote only four tunes on the album, but his interpretive singing is so idiosyncratic and authoritative he makes the covers his own. The set opens with Paul Kennerly's honky tonk reverie "Crazy Old Soldier," which juxtaposes regret, defiance, acceptance, and resignation. Out of Your Mind" is one Coe's better broken love songs and "Drinkin' to Forget" is the other side of the equation.
David Allan Coe (born September 6, 1939) is an American singer. His biggest hits were "Mona Lisa Lost Her Smile", "The Ride", "You Never Even Called Me by My Name", "She Used to Love Me a Lot", and "Longhaired Redneck". His most popular songs are the number-one hits "Would You Lay With Me (In a Field of Stone)" and "Take This Job and Shove It". The latter inspired the movie of the same name.
Artist: David Allan Coe. Album: Hello in There. Hello in There: Best 2 songs. David Allan Coe - Someone Special 03:36. David Allan Coe - Gotta Travel On 03:37. David Allan Coe: best 2 tracks. David Allan Coe, Tom Astor - Then I Found You (Dann Fand Ich Sie) Together - 24 Country-Duette 03:26. David Allan Coe - Jack Daniel's, If You Please David Allan Coe 17 Greatest Hits, 1985 03:15.
Bear Family continues its David Allan Coe reissue program with 1983's Castles in the Sand and Hello in There; both albums were produced by Billy Sherrill. Castles in the Sand is one of Coe's most underrated and consistent. Coming well after his glory - and scandal - years in the 1970s, Coe and producer Billy Sherrill integrated their partnership into a seamless whole