The first major-label, digitally recorded album, Bop is a nice set of moderately known to obscure tunes from the '50s and '60s (along with a Cooder/Tim Drummond original) that doesn't always live up to its promise. Cooder and his excellent band, which includes the rhythm section of Tim Drummond and Jim Keltner along with guitarist David Lindley, understand the material and are more than capable of laying down a decent groove, but something must have gotten lost in translation from what was played to what came across on the recording
634-5789" (Steve Cropper, Eddie Floyd) – 2:56. Speedo" (Esther Navarro) – 3:20. Why Don't You Try Me" (Billy Young) – 4:54. Down in the Boondocks" (Joe South) – 3:21. Johnny Porter" (Bobby Ray Appleberry) – 5:21. The Way We Make a Broken Heart" (John Hiatt) – 4:28. Crazy 'Bout an Automobile" (Billy Emerson) – 5:03. The Girls from Texas" (Cliff Chambers, Jimmy Holiday, James Lewis) – 4:40.
By: Ry Cooder (1979, Rock). More albums from Ry Cooder: Chávez Ravine by Ry Cooder. Broadcast From The Plant. 1974, Record Plant, Sausalito, CA by Ry Cooder. I, Flathead (The Songs Of Kash Buk And The Klowns) by Ry Cooder. Last Man Standing – Original Motion Picture Soundtrack by Ry Cooder. Pull Up Some Dust And Sit Down by Ry Cooder. Talking Timbuktu by Ry Cooder. Election Special by Ry Cooder. View all albums . Bop Till You Drop. By: Ry Cooder (1979, Rock).
Bop Till You Drop Tracklist. 1. Little Sister Lyrics. Bop Till You Drop Q&A. More Ry Cooder albums. The Prodigal Son. I, Flathead. Show all albums by Ry Cooder.
Redirected from Bop Till You Drop). Bop Till You Drop is Ry Cooder's eighth album, released in 1979. The album was the first digitally recorded major-label album in popular music.