This is a detailed discography for American country music artist David Allan Coe. Coe started his career in 1970 on SSS International Records before signing with Columbia Records and staying with the label for 15 years. In the 1990s, he released albums through several independent labels such as his own DAC Records. Most of these releases have been reissued under different names and/or cannibalized for various compilations
Underground Album is Coe's follow-up to his 1978 album Nothing Sacred. The album was generally criticized as being profane, racist, and crude.
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David Allan Coe - "A Country Boy (Who Rolled The Rock Away)". One of the last chart hits for Coe, this 1986 single paid tribute to the artists who charted their own path - regardless of what conventional wisdom might have said. The single was from his Son of the South album, one of the finer albums from his later years. 6. David Allan Coe - "Tennessee Whiskey".
Songs start at USD . 9. 2003 Gusto Records, In. Nashville, Tennessee. More By David Allan Coe. See All. Live at Billy Bob's Texas: David Allan Coe. 2003. Recommended for Airplay. David Allan Coe's Satisfied Mind - EP. 2006. David Allan Coe: Super Hits.
17 Greatest Hits is the most thorough retrospective assembled of David Allan Coe's outlaw heyday, containing every one of his biggest hits - including "You Never Even Called Me by My Name," "The Ride," "Mona Lisa Lost Her Smile," "Willie, Waylon and Me," "Longhaired Redneck," and "She Used to Love Me a Lot" - plus a wealth of minor hits. and lesser-known album tracks.
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