Margie Rayburn rose to the top of the charts twice, first as lead singer of the Sunnysiders with "Hey! Mr. Banjo" and then again as a solo artist with "I'm Available". She had a charming pop-country style that was well-suited to all of the material she recorded and this new 2CD set contains nearly her entire body of work, including a nifty stereo jazz album with Russ Garcia. The single sides include guitar backing by the great Eddie Cochran, as well as orchestras conducted by Ray Anthony, Jack Marshall, and Dennis Farnon. All of them show her range with country, rockabilly and pop/rock, and her album with Russ Garcia shows still another dimension that she could have easily pursued. All are a treat and show the versatility of this fine artist. Heard in retrospect, Margie's body of work stands the test of time and can be appreciated more today. Removed from the pressure of commercial success, they can be listened to for their musical value, and most of them will be heard for the first time. Thanks to Jasmine, she will not be forgotten and her music will be available for generations to come.
Margie Rayburn rose to the top of the charts twice, first as lead singer of the Sunnysiders with "Hey! Mr. Banjo" and then again as a solo artist with "I'm Available". She had a charming pop-country style that was well-suited to all of the material she recorded and this new 2CD set contains nearly her entire body of work, including a nifty stereo jazz album with Russ Garcia. The single sides include guitar backing by the great Eddie Cochran, as well as orchestras conducted by Ray Anthony, Jack Marshall, and Dennis Farnon. All of them show her range with country, rockabilly and pop/rock, and her album with Russ Garcia shows still another dimension that she could have easily pursued. All are a treat and show the versatility of this fine artist. Heard in retrospect, Margie's body of work stands the test of time and can be appreciated more today. Removed from the pressure of commercial success, they can be listened to for their musical value, and most of them will be heard for the first time. Thanks to Jasmine, she will not be forgotten and her music will be available for generations to come.
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I'm Available: The Rare Recordings (Uk)
Artist: Margie Rayburn
Format: CD
New: Available 17.99
Wish

Available Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. Hey Mr. Banjo
2. Zoom, Zoom, Zoom
3. Enclosed Are My Tears
4. The Boy from the Hills
5. They All Say I'm Lucky
6. I'm the One for You
7. Alley Oop
8. I Laughed and Laughed
9. That's the Chance I've Got to Take 1
10. The Wedding Song (Until Death Do Us Part) 1
11. Basin Street Blues 1
12. Can I Tell Them That You're Mine? 1
13. The Longest Walk 1
14. Take a Gamble on Me 1
15. Every Minute of the Day 1
16. Walkin' Around in a Dream 1
17. Teenage Heart Throb 1
18. Dreamy Eyes 1
19. Freight Train 2
20. The Get Acquainted Waltz 2
21. Mississippi Moon 2
22. I'm Available 2
23. If You Were 2
24. Oooh What a Doll! 2
25. Smoochin 2
26. Alright, But It Won't Be Easy 2
27. I Would 2
28. And He Told Me a Lie 2
29. To Each His Own 3
30. Make Me a Queen Again 3
31. Wait 3
32. Unexpectedly 3
33. Laddie-O 3
34. Magic Words 3
35. Sentimental Journey 3
36. I Miss You Already 3
37. Maid of Honor 3
38. Try Me 3
39. I've Tried So Hard Not to Love You 4
40. Cast a Little Spell on Me 4
41. Here I Am 4
42. Hello Mr. Heartbreak 4
43. Mud Pies 4
44. Bobby Is My Hobby 4
45. Somebody Else Is Taking My Place 4
46. This Could Be the Start of Something Big 4
47. Body and Soul 4
48. Wonderful One 4
49. Day in, Day Out 5
50. Blues in the Night 5
51. Almost Like Being in Love 5
52. Should I? 5
53. Come Rain or Come Shine 5
54. Hurry My Love 5
55. It's a Lonesome Old Town 5
56. Ill Wind 5
57. The Man I Love

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Margie Rayburn rose to the top of the charts twice, first as lead singer of the Sunnysiders with "Hey! Mr. Banjo" and then again as a solo artist with "I'm Available". She had a charming pop-country style that was well-suited to all of the material she recorded and this new 2CD set contains nearly her entire body of work, including a nifty stereo jazz album with Russ Garcia. The single sides include guitar backing by the great Eddie Cochran, as well as orchestras conducted by Ray Anthony, Jack Marshall, and Dennis Farnon. All of them show her range with country, rockabilly and pop/rock, and her album with Russ Garcia shows still another dimension that she could have easily pursued. All are a treat and show the versatility of this fine artist. Heard in retrospect, Margie's body of work stands the test of time and can be appreciated more today. Removed from the pressure of commercial success, they can be listened to for their musical value, and most of them will be heard for the first time. Thanks to Jasmine, she will not be forgotten and her music will be available for generations to come.


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