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Tompall & The Glaser Brothers

(Un des meilleurs Country Bands Américains)

Les chansons proposées sont toutes déposées à la SACEM - Utilisation privée uniquement sauf accord écrit des ayant-droits.

Groupe américain de musique country composé de trois frères : Chuck, Jim, et Tompall Glaser originaires de Spalding au Nebraska (USA).
Ils ont tous également connu le succès dans les années 1970 en tant qu'artiste solo.
Entre 1960 and 1975, le trio familial a enregistré 10 albums studio, et fait entrer 9 titres au « Billboard Hot Country Singles » (aujourdhui le « Hot Country Songs » charts).
Le groupe a été sélectionné Groupe Vocal de lannée en 1970 aux « Country Music Association Awards ».


Voici quelques photos des frères Glaser :

En 1966

En 1967

En 1971 à Wembley

A peu près à la même époque en studio.

Live en 1990. Plus de 20 ans ont passé, et ils sont toujours présents.

Tompall Glaser en solo.


Voici quelques vidéos des frères Glaser en concert ou en studio :

Vidéo 1 Glaser Brothers "Medley"

Vidéo 2 Glaser Brothers "Medley (Vintage)"

Vidéo 3 Glaser Brothers "Molly Darling"

Vidéo 4 Glaser Brothers "A girl like you"

Vidéo 5 Glaser Brothers "Tennessee Blues (1977)"

Vidéo 6 Tompall Glaser "T for Texas" au Country Festival 1978 Rotterdam"

Vidéo 7 Jim Glaser "Lights of Albuquerque"

Vidéo 8 Tompall Glaser "Put Another Log On the Fire"

Vidéo 9 Glaser Brothers "Maria Consuela"

Vidéo 10 Glaser Brother "Rings/California Girl"

Vidéo 11 Glaser Brothers "I want you"

Vidéo 12 Glaser Brothers "Molly Darling"

Vidéo 13 Glaser Brothers "Lovin Her Was Easier"

Vidéo 14 Jim Glaser "Who Were You Thinkin Off"

Vidéo 15 Glaser Brothers "Put Another Log On The Fire"

Vidéo 16 Glaser Brothers "South Of The Border"

Vidéo 17 Tompall Glaser "Medley" Buddy Emmons Steel 1978 Country

Vidéo 18 Glaser Brothers "Bob"

Vidéo 19 Jim Glaser "If I Could Only Dance With You"

Vidéo 20 Jim Glaser "When You're Not A Lady"

Vidéo 21 Jim Glaser "If I Could Only Dance With You"

Vidéo 22 Jim Glaser "In Another Minute"

Vidéo 23 Jim Glaser "You Got Me Running"


Dans plusieurs maisons de disques : Decca, Vocalion, MGM/ Curb, Elektra, RLG.



Nom de l'album

Classement dans la
« US Country Chart »


This Land - Folk Songs


Country Folks

Tompall & the Glaser Brothers



Through the Eyes of Love


The Wonderful World of the Glaser Brothers


Now Country


Soundtrack From ...tick...tick...tick...



The Award Winners


Rings and Things





Greatest Hits


Vocal Group of the Decade


Lovin' Her Was Easier



After All These Years



The Best of Tompall & the Glaser Brothers



Nom de la chanson

Chart Positions

Extrait de l'album

US Country

CAN Country


Gone, On the Other Hand


Tompall & the Glaser Brothers


Through the Eyes of Love


Through the Eyes of Love


The Moods of Mary


One of These Days


The Wonderful World of the Glaser Brothers


California Girl (And the Tennessee Square)


Now Country

Wicked California


« Walk Unashamed »



“All That Keeps Ya Goin”


Gone Girl


Sortie seule en single


Faded Love (with Leon Mc Auliffe and the Cimarron Boys)


The Award Winners




Rings and Things


Sweet, Love Me Good Woman



Ain't It All Worth Living For (with The Nashville Studio Band)


Sortie seule en single


A Girl Like You







Sweet City Woman



Sortie seule en single


Lovin' Her Was Easier (Than Anything I'll Ever Do Again)



Lovin' Her Was Easier

Just One Time



It'll Be Her It'll Be Her


I Still Love You (After All These Years)


After All These Years

Maria Consuela


Quelques pochettes


Voici quelques liens intéressants sur les frères Glaser :


Voici pour moi les 2 plus belles :

The Last Thing on my Mind
(Paroles et Musique : Tom Paxton)

It's a lesson too late for the learnin'
Made of sand, made of sand
In the wink of an eye my soul is turnin'
In your hand, in your hand.

Are you going away with no word of farewell ?
Will there be not a trace left behind ?
Well, I could have loved you better,
Didn't mean to be unkind.

You know that was the last thing on my mind.
You've got reasons a-plenty for goin'.
This I know, this I know.
For the weeds have been steadily growin'.
Please don't go, please don't go.


As we walk on, my thoughts are a-tumblin',
Round and round, round and round.
Underneath our feet the subways rumblin',
Underground, underground.


As I lie in my bed in the mornin',
Without you, without you.
Every song in my breast dies a bornin',
Without you, without you.


Impossible de trouver une vidéo de l'interprétation des frères Glaser,
qui est de loin la meilleure !
En attendant voici celle de son créateur Tom Paxton,
pour ceux qui ne connaissent pas du tout la chanson.

Lovin' her was easier
That Anything I'll Ever Do Again
(Paroles et Musique : Kris Kristofferson)

I have seen the morning burning golden on the mountains in the skies.
Achin' with the feelin' of the freedom of an eagle when she flies.
Turnin' on the world the way she smiled upon my soul as I lay dying.
Healin' as the colours in the sunshine and the shadows of her eyes.

Wakin' in the mornin' to the feelin' of her fingers on my skin.
Wipin' out the traces of the people and the places that I've been.
Teachin' me that yesterday was something that I never thought of trying.
Talkin' of tomorrow and the money, love and time we had to spend.

Lovin' her was easier than anything I'll ever do again.

Comin' close together with a feelin' that I've never known before, in my time.
She ain't ashamed to be a woman, or afraid to be a friend.
I don't know the answer to the easy way she opened every door in my mind.
But dreamin' was as easy as believin' it was never gonna end.

And lovin' her was easier than anything I'll ever do again.

Quelques autres :

Glaser Tompall
Put Another Log on the Fire.

Cook me up some bacon and some beans.
And go out to the car and change the tyre.
Wash my socks and sew my old blue jeans.
Come on, baby, you can fill my pipe,
And then go fetch my slippers.
And boil me up another pot of tea.
Then put another log on the fire, babe,
And come and tell me why you're leaving me.

Now don't I let you wash the car on Sunday?
Don't I warn you when you're gettin fat?
Ain't I a-gonna take you fishin' with me someday?
Well, a man can't love a woman more than that.
Ain't I always nice to your kid sister?
Don't I take her driving every night?
So, sit here at my feet 'cos I like you when you're sweet,
And you know it ain't feminine to fight.

So, put another log on the fire.
Cook me up some bacon and some beans.
Go out to the car and lift it up and change the tyre.
Wash my socks and sew my old blue jeans.
Come on, baby, you can fill my pipe,
And then go fetch my slippers.
And boil me up another pot of tea.
Then put another log on the fire, babe,
And come and tell me why you're leaving me.

T for Texas
Well, T for Texas, T for Tennessee
T for Texas, T for Tennessee
T for Thelma, the gal that made a wreck out of me.

If you dont want me mama, you sure dont have to stall, oh no
If you dont want me mama, you sure dont have to stall
‘Cause I can get more women than a passenger train can haul.

But Im going with a woman drinks like cherry wine
Im going with water drinks like cherry wine
‘Cause its Georgia woman tastes like turpentine.

If you dont want me woman sure dont have to stall
If you dont want me woman you sure dont have to stall
For I can get more women than a passenger train can haul.

Id rather drink muddy water and sleep in a hollow log
Id rather drink muddy water and sleep in a hollow log
Than to be here in Atlanta, get treated like a dirty dog
Women make a fool out of me.

If youre ever down in Mobile you can look me up
If youre ever down in Mobile be sure to look me up
And if youre ever in Atlanta tell Lucille to go to hell
Women make a fool out of me.

T for Texas, T for Tennessee, Lord, Lord
T for Texas, T for Tennessee
T for Thelma, the gal that made a wreck out of me.

(There is some different versions !)

Version 1

Jim Glaser first gained national attention at age nineteen when he sang the high part on the Marty Robbins classic “El Paso.” As members of the Grand Ole Opry for fifteen years, Jim Glaser and his brothers (Tompall and Chuck) not only paved the way for modern Country Music groups but also won virtually every group award Country Music had to offer. Billboard Magazine named them the most awarded Country group of the time.
Glaser was much in demand as a background singer and did countless sessions with the Jordanaires, the Anita Kerr Singers, The Nashville Edition, etc. He sang tenor with many artists including such varied artists as Wayne Newton, Jon Schneider, Bobby Lord, Charley Pride, and many others.
Jim set out on a solo career in 1980 and his first release, “When Youre Not A Lady,” still holds the record for being the most successful first release of a new label, staying on the national charts an incredible 34 weeks. In 1984, his “Youre Getting To Me Again” hit number one on Billboards charts and he was voted Top New Male Vocalist by the Academy of Country Music. Jims first solo album, the critically-acclaimed “Man In The Mirror,” stayed on Billboards Magazine's Album charts for over a year and a half. The album contained six singles, four of which were Top Ten records on Billboard's charts.
As a song writer, Glaser has had songs recorded by Marty Robbins, Johnny Cash, Hank Snow, Warner Mack, Liz Anderson, Skeeter Davis, Bill Anderson, to name just a few. He is co-writer of the Rock and Roll classic by Gary Puckett and the Union Gap, "Woman, Woman."
Jim Glaser's latest CD, "Me and My Dream," contains 11 songs written or co-written my Jim. He did all of the background vocals on the CD with the exception of one song, on which he was joined by his daughter, Lynn.

Version 2

From the time Jim Glaser left his family's 1200-acre farm in the heart of Nebraska, at nineteen, to travel the world with famed singer Marty Robbins, he has been at the vanguard of country music's developments and trends. Well-known as a singer and songwriter by country music fans the world over, and well-respected by the most prominent players in the music business today, Jim Glaser is the perfect performer to fill your entertainment needs.
As members of the Grand Ole Opry for fifteen years, Jim Glaser and his two brothers (Tompall and the Glaser Brothers) won nearly every group award country music had to offer. As a matter of fact, Billboard Magazine presented them with an award for being the most awarded group in country music at that time.
In the early 1980s, Jim began recording as a solo artist for the newly-formed independent label, Noble Vision Records. Their first release, "When You're Not A Lady," still holds the record for being the most successful first release of a new label, staying on the national charts an incredible 34 weeks !
Jim Glaser and Noble Vision Records continued having hits and, in 1984, the year that saw, "You're Gettin' To Me Again" reach the number one position on Billboard's charts, Jim Glaser was voted "Top New Male Vocalist of the Year" by the Academy of Country Music.
Jim's first solo album, "The Man In The Mirror," was then released. It quickly entered Billboard's album chart, where it remained for more than a year and a half ! In all, six top-twenty singles were pulled from that landmark LP.
Jim Glaser's long musical heritage - over 40 years as a professional - gives him a rich and varied background from which to draw material for his show. As well as flawless renditions of his own hits, The Jim Glaser Show includes musical tributes to other great artists he's worked with over the years, including Tompall and the Glaser Brothers, Marty Robbins, Johnny Cash, and Patsy Cline.
The Glaser Brothers travelled with the Marty Robbins show for three years, and it's Jim's tenor voice you hear on Marty's classic, "El Paso". Some of the first country performers to appear in Las Vegas, Marty Robbins and Tompall and the Glaser Brothers had a six-week run at the Showboat Casino in 1960 !
The Brothers' stint on the road with Johnny Cash included performances at SteelPier in Atlantic City and New York City's prestigious Carnegie Hall. And Jim and his brothers were with Patsy Cline for her debut in Las Vegas's Mint Casino just weeks before her tragic death.
The Jim Glaser Show is ideally suited to audiences of all ages. Ralph Emery, host of Nashville Network's long-running Nashville Now says that, "Jim Glaser has one of the best voices in Nashville !" Glaser's smooth delivery and easy manner instantly puts crowds at ease. Glaser also performs songs he's written for other artists, such as Gary Puckett and the Union Gap's giant hit, "Woman, Woman".
And woven among these familiar songs are colorful stories and insights that give Jim Glaser's audiences a fascinating glimpse behind the scenes of country music as seen through the eyes of one of its top performers.

Jim and Jane have four children. They are :
Lynn Glaser Harr, who now lives in middle Tennessee with her husband Jeff and their two children, Keri and Stephen. She recently moved there from London, England, where she spent 11 years.
Jeff, who lives in Gatlinburg, Tennessee, and owns a retail outlet there known as The Hemp Store.
Connie, who lives in middle Tennessee. She has 2 children, Jessica, who is in Los Angeles, and Cameron, who is in elementary school. She is a Radiological technologist and an Ultrasound technologist. She owns her own Ultrasound company, "Premier Mobile Health".
Jim (James II) and Patty, who live near Seattle, Washington, with his 3 children : Kayla, Alex and Dylan.

Dossier constitué par Paul de Haut.

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Guitare Gibson L6S
La saga des Fender
Le Magazik
Julian Lennon
Elvis Presley
Glaser Brothers
Festival Valotte
Chansons 1939-1945

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Ma sécurité
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