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Album · 1968 · 11 Songs. Penitentiary Blues David Allan Coe. Country. Listen on Apple Music.

Album Penitentiary Blues. Penitentiary Blues Lyrics. And I never worked before 'Bout to blow my fuse Penitentiary blues. They gave me clothes on Tuesday Like I ain't ever seen before The kind of rags my momma used To scrub our kitchen floor And funny square-toed shoes Penitentiary blues. All that marijuana Selling cocaine Now they're taking blood tests From my heroin vein Oh baby Things I used to do now I was born to lose Penitentiary blues.

BPM Profile Penitentiary Blues. Album starts at 84BPM, ends at 165BPM (+81), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by David Allan Coe. Rough Rider.

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David Allan Coe is one of the most popular and controversial figures in modern country music. It’s ironic then that his debut album, Penitentiary Blues, wasn’t a country album at all, but a blues album through and through. Though it received only limited distribution upon its 1968 release, it has achieved cult-classic status. Shout! Factory, in association with HackTone Records, is proud to release Penitentiary Blues on CD for the first time.

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Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 Penitentiary Blues
Written-By – David Allan Coe
3:13
A2 Cell #33
Written-By – Dave Coe*, Teddy Paige
2:15
A3 Monkey David Wine
Written-By – Dave Coe*
3:02
A4 Walkin' Bum
Written-By – Hank Mills
3:38
A5 One Way Ticket To Nowhere
Written-By – Betty Coe, Cliff Parker, Dave Coe*, Teddy Paige
2:48
B1 Funeral Parlor Blues
Written-By – Betty Coe, Dave Coe*, Teddy Paige
3:14
B2 Death Row
Written-By – Dave Coe*
2:46
B3 Oh Warden
Written-By – Dave Coe*, Teddy Paige
2:47
B4 Age 21
Written-By – Dave Coe*
2:08
B5 Little David
Written-By – Dave Coe*
2:14
B6 Conjer Man
Written-By – Dave Coe*
2:11

Companies, etc.

  • Recorded At – Singleton Sound Studios
  • Produced For – Shelby Singleton International Productions, Inc.

Credits

  • Bass Guitar – Billy Linneman
  • Cover [Packaging] – AGI
  • Drums – Karl Himmel, Kenny Buttrey
  • Engineer – Joe Venneri
  • Harmonica – Ed Kollis
  • Harmonica, Bass Guitar – Charlie McCoy
  • Lead Guitar – Jerry Kennedy
  • Lead Guitar, Bass Guitar – Mac Gayden
  • Lead Vocals – David Allan Coe
  • Photography By – Belmont Agency, Gayle Allen
  • Piano – David Briggs
  • Producer – Shelby S Singleton Jr. (tracks: B1, B2)
  • Producer, Guitar, Harmonica – Teddy Paige (tracks: A1 to A5, B3 to B6)

Notes

Die Cut Cover.

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
DK 36858 David Allan Coe Penitentiary Blues ‎(CD, Album, Promo) Hacktone Records DK 36858 US 2005
DK 36858 David Allan Coe Penitentiary Blues ‎(CD, Album) Hacktone Records DK 36858 US 2005
SST 9 David Allan Coe Penitentiary Blues ‎(8-Trk, Album) SSS International SST 9 US 1969
SSS-T-9 David Allan Coe Penitentiary Blues ‎(8-Trk, Album) SSS International SSS-T-9 US 1978
SSS-9 David Allan Coe Penitentiary Blues ‎(LP, Album, Promo) SSS International SSS-9 US 1969


David Allan Coe - Penitentiary Blues FLAC album

Performer: David Allan Coe

Title: Penitentiary Blues

Country: US

Date of release: 1969

Style: Country Blues, Electric Blues, Harmonica Blues

Genre: Blues / Folk, Country

Size MP3: 1620 mb

Size FLAC: 1450 mb

Rating: 4.3 / 5

Votes: 520

Other Formats: AU AA AUD DXD TTA APE MIDI

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...and so we came to Nashville, like so many before us; ...with notebooks full of songs, written in some secluded corner on a napkin or in an alley on a paper bag. but we were different! not only were our songs about drugs & prostitution, murder & rape, but our appearance was not up to Nashville standards; we had long hair & beards, some wore earrings and rode motorcycles. and of the 500 or more who came that year only a handful remained ...and of the handful who remain ...only one name has come out the alleys 'n honky tonks and found its way to Rolling Stone and other national papers. only one face has appeared on the cover of The New York Times, and other major magazines - mine." ...so far for David Allan Coe's ramblings on the liner notes to his "longhaired redneck" album from the mid-70's! ...he's the Hipster-Billy-Longhaired-Redneck, he's the Rhinestone covered John Prine, he's the mysterioso cowboy ...he spent years in jail ...but he never stopped to roam ...and he sings like he's been the conductor on the train that carried Jimmie Rodgers home! on this his late 60's effort the spirits are wildly unleashed w/poundin' Blues-Rockin howls, lunatic laughter-wails ("Monkey David Wine") swampy gator vibes 'n a salad of jungle roots, great slide 'n fuzz-axe cranks, harmonica blasts plus a truckload of messed-up outlaw/prowler grits that usually only get served in bits!! ...an indispensable example for 20th century americana music culture!! ...comes in great gimmix-FOC showin' the inhabitant of cell#33 locked 'hind bars w/hat 'n native indian amulet!
Vudozilkree
...and so we came to Nashville, like so many before us; ...with notebooks full of songs, written in some secluded corner on a napkin or in an alley on a paper bag. but we were different! not only were our songs about drugs & prostitution, murder & rape, but our appearance was not up to Nashville standards; we had long hair & beards, some wore earrings and rode motorcycles. and of the 500 or more who came that year only a handful remained ...and of the handful who remain ...only one name has come out the alleys 'n honky tonks and found its way to Rolling Stone and other national papers. only one face has appeared on the cover of The New York Times, and other major magazines - mine." ...so far for David Allan Coe's ramblings on the liner notes to his "longhaired redneck" album from the mid-70's! ...he's the Hipster-Billy-Longhaired-Redneck, he's the Rhinestone covered John Prine, he's the mysterioso cowboy ...he spent years in jail ...but he never stopped to roam ...and he sings like he's been the conductor on the train that carried Jimmie Rodgers home! on this his late 60's effort the spirits are wildly unleashed w/poundin' Blues-Rockin howls, lunatic laughter-wails ("Monkey David Wine") swampy gator vibes 'n a salad of jungle roots, great slide 'n fuzz-axe cranks, harmonica blasts plus a truckload of messed-up outlaw/prowler grits that usually only get served in bits!! ...an indispensable example for 20th century americana music culture!! ...comes in great gimmix-FOC showin' the inhabitant of cell#33 locked 'hind bars w/hat 'n native indian amulet!