Volume 15 in the acclaimed "How The West Was Swung" series, "Relaxin'" features 12 songs and, according to Tom Morell, has been made like "Stylin'" (Volume 12). Includes Duke Ellington's "Don't Get Around Much Anymore," "Maybe You'll Be There" (previouslTom Morrell: Leon 'Wylie Coyote' Chambers, Fred 'The Mad Hare' Hamilton (guitar); Rich 'Badger' O'Brien (guitars); Tom 'Wolf' Morrell (dobro); Glen 'The Great Cleburn Barn Owl' Elmore (mandolin);
Released 22 May 2007
This is a western swing album of jazz and pop standards done jam session style with a string combo. There are several great solos by guitarist Clint Strong. It is also Tom Morrell's first album on which he plays non-pedal steel guitar. & The Time Warp Tophands.Contains 12 tracks.Personnel includes: Tom Morrell, Clint Strong, Bob Boatright, Johnny Case.
Released 15 Aug 2006
Here's the Time Warp Tophands first live album recorded in St. Louis at The International Steel Guitar Show. The recording started at the incredible hour of 1 a.m. in front of a standing room only crowd. There are no overdubs. It was also broadcast liveRecording information: Scotty's International Steel Guitar Convention, St. Lou (08/30/2003); The International Steel Guitar Convention, St. Louis, M (08/30/2003).Arrangers: Tom Wolf; Tom Morrell.P
Released 15 Aug 2006
This is a collection of obscure music just waiting to be appreciated. It's western swing with a couple of pop standards thrown in for good measure. This is an all vocal album featuring today's best known western swing singers. The band is composed of the
Released 15 Aug 2006
Whoever said western swing is dead was wrong. Tom "Wolf" Morrell and his band have taken it upon themselves not only to keep it alive, but to bring it up to date and chronicle its ongoing vibrancy, just as they did on the ten-volume series How the West Was Swung, from which the 12 tracks on this compilation were selected. For all but the most die-hard fans of the genre, this album will probably do just fine; there aren't any vocal tunes, unfortun
Released 8 Feb 2005
More instrumental madness from the master of the (non-pedal) steel guitar and member of the International Steel Guitar Hall of Fame! This is volume 12 in the acclaimed series "How The West Was Swung!" and it features a tasty collection of pop standards w& The Time Warps Tophands.Recorded at Main Street Studio, Garland, Texas between 2000 & 2001.Personnel includes: Tom Morrell (guitar, pedal steel guitar, dobro); Mac MacRae (guitar, fiddle, bass);
Released 21 Jan 2003
more western swing from country band out of Texas, feat. Leon Rausch, Chris O'Connell, Don Edwards, Greg Hardy, Buck Reams, Craig Chambers + Contains 16 tracks.Full performer name: Tom Morrell & The Time Warp Tophands.Personnel includes: Tom Morrell, Leon Rausch, Craig Chambers, Don Edwards, Buck Reams, Greg Hardy, Chris O'Connell.
Released 1 Jan 2002
19 tracks of winning western swing from a cast of warblers, garglers, yodelers & sword swallowers, inc. Howard MacRae, Mark Abbott, Johnny Case, Tim Alexander, Leon Rausch, Don Edwards, Robert Reams + many others & The Time Warp Tophands.Contains 19 tracks.Personnel includes: Tom Morrell, Chris O'Connell, Don Edwards, Craig Chambers, Leon Rausch, Buck Reams.
Released 25 Dec 1999
previously available only on cassette, this was the first of a series of updated western swing begun by Tom Morrell & his band begun in 1991; he was still playing pedal steel in those days, w. vocals by Leon Rausch, Don Edwards & Lanny Long & The Time Warp Tophands.Contains 12 songs.Personnel includes: Leon Rausch, Don Edwards, Lanny Long (vocals); Tom Morrell (steel guitar).Personnel: Tom Morrell (guitar, acoustic guitar, electric g
Released 11 May 1999
previously available only on cassette, this was the first of a series of updated western swing begun by Tom Morrell & his band begun in 1991; he was still playing pedal steel in those days, w. vocals by Leon Rausch, Don Edwards & Lanny Long & The Time Warp Tophands.Contains 13 tracks.Personnel includes: Tom Morrell, Jerry Byrd, Bob White, Pee Wee Whitewing, Bill Braddy.
Released 1 Nov 1996