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20 Greatest Hits


Download links and information about 20 Greatest Hits by Asleep At The Wheel. This album was released in 2003 and it belongs to Country genres. It contains 20 tracks with total duration of 01:05:53 minutes.

Artist: Asleep At The Wheel
Release date: 2003
Genre: Country
Tracks: 20
Duration: 01:05:53
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No. Title Length
1. Take Me Back To Tulsa (Digitally Remastered 03) 3:38
2. Fat Boy Rag (Digitally Remastered 03) 3:17
3. The Letter That Johnny Walker Read (Digitally Remastered 03) 3:16
4. Bump Bounce Boogie (Digitally Remastered 03) 3:15
5. Nothin' Takes the Place of You (Digitally Remastered 03) 3:03
6. (Get Your Kicks On) Route 66 (2003 Digital Remaster) 2:51
7. Miles and Miles of Texas (2003 Digital Remaster) 3:07
8. The Trouble With Loving Today (Digitally Remastered 03) 3:33
9. One O'Clock Jump (Digitally Remastered 03) 4:30
10. Texas, Me and You (Digitally Remastered 03) 3:28
11. Choo Choo Ch'Boogie (Live) (Digitally Remastered 03) 3:49
12. House of Blue Lights (Digitally Remastered 03) 3:09
13. Keepin' Me Up Nights (Digitally Remastered '03) 2:47
14. Corine, Corina (Digitally Remastered 03) 3:13
15. Red Wing (Digitally Remastered 03) 3:25
16. Blues For Dixie (2003 Digital Remaster) (featuring Lyle Lovett) 3:08
17. Smoke! Smoke! Smoke! (That Cigarette) (Digitally Remastered 03) 3:14
18. Hightower (Digitally Remastered 03) 4:10
19. You Ain't Woman Enough (Digitally Remastered 03) 2:24
20. If You See My Baby (Digitally Remastered 03) 2:36



While Ray Benson's indefatigable Western swing revival outfit Asleep at the Wheel has recorded for a handful of labels over the course of a career that's spanned four decades (so far), they've cut enough stuff for Capitol and other labels currently under their ownership (United Artists and Liberty) that this compilation, if not definitive, certainly provides a healthy and accurate overview of their career. (Capitol also licensed one track each from the band's Epic and Arista back catalogs for good measure.) Though Asleep at the Wheel has dipped its toes ever so slightly into the country mainstream over the years, Benson and his crew have always stayed true to their love for the vintage sounds of hillbilly boogie, Western swing, and twang-infused blues, and these 20 cuts prove that despite dozens of lineup changes, this group's musical vision has remained consistently strong through the decades, and that both then and now they knew how to keep the sainted spirit of Bob Wills alive and dancing. While the sheer bulk of Asleep at the Wheel's back catalog would suggest that a box set is in order for this band, 20 Greatest Hits shows they started out with the right idea and have yet to lose it, and if it isn't the ideal AATW collection, it's a better-than-average cross section of their music and a pretty good introduction for beginners.