Rattlesnake Annie is a self-titled studio album by American singer and songwriter Rattlesnake Annie (Rosan Gallimore, born 1941) released in 1987 on the CBS label. It reached in the US country charts. Two singles were released from the album, "Callin' Your Bluff" which reached in the US and in the Canadian country charts, and "Somewhere South of Macon" which also reached in the US country charts. The West German branch of Greenpeace adopted her song, "Goodbye to a River", as their anthem.
Rattlesnake Annie - Collection 1980 Rattlesnakes And Rusty Water 01 - Good Ole Country Music. mp3 02 - Carolina Blues. mp3 03 - Rattlesnake. 07 - Fonky Country Livin'. 08 - Tennessee Lullaby. 09 - Sister's Coming Home. 1987 Rattlesnake Annie [160. 01 - Funky Country Living. 03 - Country Music Hall Of Pain. 04 - Somewhere South Of Macon. 05 - Outskirts Of Town. 06 - Goodbye To A River. 07 - Calling Your Bluff.
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Rattlesnake Annie (born, December 26, 1941 in Puryear, Tennessee, . is a country singer and songwriter under the stage name Rattlesnake Annie. She earned her nickname as a child from her respect of snakes. Rattlesnake began recording music in 1959 and achieved success in Europe. She became the first female country blues musician to tour the Eastern Bloc countries in Europe and released an album with a country singer Michal Tučný from Czechoslovakia. Rattlesnake continued to pursue a music career, and in 1964 her first single, "Texas Lullabye", was released. She recorded her debut album, Rattlesnakes and Rusty Water, on her own label, Rattlesnake Records. At the time, it was also rare for a woman to produce her own songs. Rattlesnake reminisced of those early days: "I was breaking down barriers.
Rattlesnake's father had been a country and blues singer, and she was learned to play guitar at an early age. She earned her first paycheck from singing at age 8, and from then on her goal in life was to earn a living while making music. When she was 12, Rattlesnake and two of her cousins formed a band called In 1991, Rattlesnake became the first American country performer to sign a recording contract with Sony Music Japan. She expressed relief at the agreement, mentioning that "it's always been a hassle because they can never put me in a slot. What bin does the record store use for my records?.