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Band of Blacky Ranchette


Blacky Ranchette may be the alter ego of Howe Gelb, leader from the post-punk country-rock music group Giant Fine sand. He produced the Music group of Blacky Ranchette within the mid-’80s in an effort to explore direct country music, however the group’s three albums even so resonated with Gelb’s Neil Teen and Gram Parsons obsessions. The Music group of Blacky Ranchette’s eponymous debut record premiered on New Rose Information in 1985. Its follow-up, Heartland, made an appearance on Zippo Information in 1986. Four years afterwards, the group released its third and last effort, Sage Assistance; this time around, their record label was Demon.

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Music Songs Indiosa, Mope-a-long Rides Again, The Train Singer's Song, Moon Over Memphis, Left Again, Sage Advice, Dreamlike, N.M., Working on the Railroad, Outside An Angel's Reach, The Moons of Impulse, Naturally lonesome, Code of the Road, Spinning room waltz, Revolution blues, Manon a string, Rusty Tracks, Blind justice, The Muss of Paradise, Loving Cup, Heartland, Searing Wine, All Done In, One more should do it, Getting It Made, Change Of Heart, Square, Burning Desire, The wrong man, Underground Train, Airstream, Bored Lil' Devil, Roof's On Fire
Albums Still Lookin' Good to Me, Sage Advice, The band of... blaky ranchette

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