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Am I That Easy Easy to Forget


Download links and information about Am I That Easy Easy to Forget by Gene Vincent. This album was released in 1992 and it belongs to Rock, Folk Rock, Rock & Roll, Songwriter/Lyricist, Psychedelic genres. It contains 12 tracks with total duration of 29:45 minutes.

Artist: Gene Vincent
Release date: 1992
Genre: Rock, Folk Rock, Rock & Roll, Songwriter/Lyricist, Psychedelic
Tracks: 12
Duration: 29:45
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No. Title Length
1. Hurtin' for You Baby 2:28
2. I'm a Lonesome Fugitive 2:58
3. Born to Be a Rolling Stone 2:11
4. Hi Lilli Hi Lo 2:10
5. Poor Mans Prison 2:31
6. Words and Music 2:41
7. Bird Doggin' 2:47
8. I've Got My Eyes On You 1:58
9. Love Is a Bird 2:26
10. Ain't That Too Much 2:56
11. Lonely Street 2:13
12. Am I That Easy to Forget 2:26



Faced with a career that was going nowhere fast on a treadmill of gigs, booze and oldies, Gene Vincent re-grouped in 1966 and with the help of an all-star team of Southern California studio whizzes, recorded a batch of songs that stand out as some of his best work. Challenge Records assembled some top-notch session cats like Glen Campbell, Al Casey, Jim Seals, Dash Crofts and David Gates, rounded up some good songs, and let Gene loose. The songs aren't rockabilly, though, not even a little. Instead they are solid mid-'60s fare with a folk-rock-meets-garage sound. He is in fine voice throughout, sounding tough and ready on hard rockers like "Bird Doggin'," "Ain't That Too Much" and "Words and Music," sensitive on sweet ballads like "Hi-Lili, Hi-Lo," and heartbroken and blue on desperate songs like "Hurtin' for You Baby" and "Am I That Easy to Forget." He shows off his country side on a rock-solid cover of Merle Haggard's "I'm a Lonesome Fugitive," gets loose and swinging on a boppy "Poor Man's Prison," and on what may be the album's best song, the chiming folk-rocker "Love Is a Bird," which sounds very much like Gene Clark. In fact at times the record sounds like (with some 12-string guitar added) the Byrds, but mostly the results are not too far from what the Everly Brothers were doing around the same time. Sadly, Vincent had even less commercial success than the Brothers as his Challenge singles sank without a trace and were never collected as an album in the States. In 1992 Charly rounded up the 12 songs Vincent recorded for Challenge on Am I That Easy to Forget?. While it is a good collection, Sundazed's Ain't That Too Much!: The Complete Challenge Sessions trumps it by having superior liner notes and a bunch of outtakes.