“Something Called Happiness,” is a long awaited traditional country collection produced in Nashville, Tennessee, by Eddie Stubbs—WSM Grand Ole Opry Announcer. Along with Bob on lead and harmony vocals, producer Eddie Stubbs handpicked many of Nashville’s legendary recording legends to be part of this recording, including: Pete Wade on lead guitar, bass guitar and fretted dobro guitar, Hargus “Pig” Robbins on piano, Johnny Cox on pedal-steel guitar, Hank Singer on fiddle, Bryan Sutton on acoustic guitar, Dennis Crouch on acoustic bass and Gene Chrisman on the snare drum. Engineering credits go to Steve Chandler.

Album cuts include:
• Lookin’ For Tomorrow (And Findin’ Yesterday)
• So Far Not So Good
• Feel Again
• Count Me Out
• Two Hearts Are Broken
• Something Called Happiness
• Leavin’ And Sayin’ Goodbye
• Think I’ll Go Somewhere And Cry Myself To Sleep
• The Second Time Around
• I Love You Because
• Farther Along
• Dust On The Bible
“There’s something about hearing a young singer interpreting an old song that tends to make the song sound new again. Bob Plunkert takes several old favorites here, including two that I wrote, and dresses them up with a sparkling coat of new paint. Thanks, Bob. You’ve really made them shine.”
—Bill Anderson, Member of the Country Music Hall Of Fame, WSM Grand Ole Opry Star

“…The vibe in the studio that day was absolutely infectious. Virtually all of the music was cut live just as you hear it. When recording in this fashion (the way that the majority of all recording was done up into the 1970’s), the musicians and the artist work off of each other in subtle ways they don’t even realize. Recording live also allows the music to have a special life and breathability to it that you aren’t able to achieve by just going in and recording one instrument, one track at a time…”

“…This is a hard-core traditional country album with the spirit and feel that country records had in the fifties, sixties, and early seventies. It’s a very special sound and a feel that is not heard often live…”

“…It was an honor to be involved in this project as producer and it’s something that I’ll always remember with great pride. Like the album title, it was and remains Something Called Happiness…”

Excerpts from liner notes by Eddie Stubbs, WSM Grand Ole Opry Announcer, Nashville, Tennessee.

Released in 2001, the self-produced, “Your Old Standby,” features traditional country, country gospel and bluegrass.  Song titles include:

• I Don’t Care
• Gotta Travel On
• God’s Coloring Book
• What Was I Supposed To Do
• The Old Spinning Wheel
• He Took Your Place
• Your Old Standby
• Ages and Ages Ago
• Julianne
• All I Have To Offer You Is Me
• I’m Gonna Settle Down
• You Don’t Have To Move That Mountain

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