- "This is Pee Wee King..."
- I Love the Way You Roll Them Eyes at Me
- The Reason I'm in Love With You
- Ramblin' Blues
- I'm Goin' Back to the Middle of the Middle West
- One Way Street
- I'll Never Love No One But You
- You Tried to Ruin My Name
- Get Together Polka
- Rootin' Tootin' Santa Claus
- There's a Moon in the Sky
- Empty Vows
- Oh Monah
- Blow Out All the Candles
- Between You & the Birds & the Bees & Cupid
- Western Limited
- Brother Drop Dead Boogie
- Doghouse Blues
- Cowboy Special
- Steel Guitar Waltz
- 'Tain't What You Want
- Hog Wild Too
- I Don't Know Why I Should Love You
- Postage Due
- Subdued Mood
- If and When
- "We've just about reached the half-way point..."
- Fool's Gold
- Silver and Gold
- Sweetest Little Girl
- Darling Don't Cry
- Flower of Texas
- I Wanna Say Hello [MP3]
- Let Me Hold You When You're Blue
- Where Oh Where Has My Little Love Gone
- I Need a Lot of Lovin'
- Where Were You Last Night
- I'm Just a Gad-About
- Song of the Early Settlers
- Take These Shackles From My Heart
- The Calendar Song
- Don't Apologize to Me
- Charleston Alley
- Rich in Love
- I Can't Feel Those Kisses in Your Letters [MP3]
- Your Kisses Aren't Kisses Anymore
- Tennessee Tango
- Darling, Stop Playing With My Heart
- Tears, Tears, Tears
- "There's that man with the stopwatch..."
CD out of print.
Available digitally and on old school double cassette only!
Bloodshot Revival Pee Wee King: Country Hoedown
It's a barn burner, folks!! Pee Wee King's Country Hoedown includes ALL 51 of the tunes Pee Wee, Redd Stewart, and their gang cut for the Standard Transcription Service in 1952. Includes an un-issued version of the 1951 #1 country/pop crossover hit "Slowpoke," plus dozens of other country, western, and pop numbers that'll have you scratching your head wondering why this remarkable performer's work has been long out of print.
In addition to penning "Tennessee Waltz" and over 400 other tunes, King enjoyed a long and varied career as an instrumentalist, bandleader, actor, and businessman. Read all about it in the extensive liner notes by Bill Malone, author of Country Music U.S.A and dean of country historians. Along with exclusive camp-classic artwork from Pee Wee's self-produced film of the same name, Country Hoedown finally gives this unsung country legend his due.
"It's tough to resist music this smart and fast on its feet. [Country Hoedown] begs to be listened to on its own terms, as extremely agreeable dance music from an era when different types of pop and folk were bleeding into one another and dancing was a national pastime... This music is full of surprises." —New York Times