Garage Songs VI: Love Songs - Rex Allen, Jr.

Garage Songs VI: Love Songs

Rex Allen, Jr.

  • Genre: Country
  • Release Date: 2015-02-14
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 12

  • ℗ 2015 Rex Allen Jr.


Title Artist Time
I Will Leave You Softly Rex Allen, Jr. 3:32 USD 0.99
Cry Me a River Rex Allen, Jr. 3:03 USD 0.99
Since I Fell for You Rex Allen, Jr. 2:37 USD 0.99
Fever Rex Allen, Jr. 3:24 USD 0.99
Are You Lonesome Tonight Rex Allen, Jr. 3:00 USD 0.99
Horses On the Highway Rex Allen, Jr. 5:08 USD 0.99
Only Love Rex Allen, Jr. 3:41 USD 0.99
I Want to Know What Love Is Rex Allen, Jr. 5:37 USD 0.99
I Won't Give Up Rex Allen, Jr. 5:00 USD 0.99
I Can't Help Falling in Love W Rex Allen, Jr. 3:19 USD 0.99
Sweet Dreams Rex Allen, Jr. 4:18 USD 0.99
12th. Of Never Rex Allen, Jr. 3:17 USD 0.99


  • Garage Songs VI: Love Songs

    By Filmredneck
    I absolutely cannot say enough about Rex Allen Jr., the man and his talent. I've met him a few times, talked with him on the phone a few times and he's as gentle a man as his songs reflect. I grew up listening to country radio, with songs like No, No, No I'd Rather Be Free, Broken Heart and Two Less Lonely People, all the other top 40 hits the man turned out in those days. Having deep roots in Arizona, his song of that name has special meaning for me and is to this day the Arizona State Song. He sounded similar to his father, who I knew from the Disney film narrations, but he had his own crisp style and he held my attention from the single digits on. Then he started doing real justice to the ballads and trail songs, and just when you think he's done and ready to retire, he comes along with this Garage Songs series that says "I'm still in the game, son, big time, and I'm not going anywhere." It starts off with "I Will Leave You Softly," a ballad made famous by We Five, Elvis, Ed Ames and others in the '60s. He's gone traditional with it while making it his own at the same time, a timeless classic just like the man singing it here. Then you look down the line and I'll be damned if there's not a FOREIGNER song on here. "I Want To Know What Love Is!" Wynonna has done it on the country side of things as well, but Rex has added some country twang to the song, has not over-produced it as has been prone to be done with this one and definitely made it a Rex Allen Jr. song. I highly recommend that one. Wow! This whole album is simply Rex at his finest, and he just keeps getting better. -Dan Williams