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Gary Stewart

Gary Stewart

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Gary Stewart: You're Not the Woman You Used to Be

Review by John Morthland, Rolling Stone, 25 September 1975

THIS COLLECTION OF old singles was released to scoop up some of the financial overflow from country music's current hottest new item. ...

Gary Stewart: Honky-Tonk Puree

Profile by Nick Tosches, Penthouse, February 1976

HONKY-TONK, the most profane form of country music, came out of Texas in the mid-thirties. It spread from the beer and punch-out joints of east ...

Gary Stewart: Steppin 'Out

Review by John Morthland, Creem, May 1976

WHAT MOST attracted rock fans to Gary Stewart's first album was his raw, exuberant singing, and the subsequent suspicion that he was really a closet ...

Gary Stewart: Gary (RCA); The Best of Don Williams, Volume II (MCA); Waylon Jennings: Greatest Hits (RCA)

Review by Dave Marsh, Rolling Stone, 26 July 1979

Been down so long, it looks like down to me ...


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