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Monday, January 19, 2015

Country Western Folk Songs - George & Anton Husak

I'm Surfing
Full Album
George's Album
Country Western Folk Songs
George & Anton Husak
Arrangements & Engineering by George W. Husak
Windjammer Record Co. ST-465
San Francisco, Ca.

Image and audio files from a sealed copy I found recently.

From the back cover: George was born in a small town in Southern Texas, near the Gulf Coast. He was 1 of 9 children. He started playing the guitar at the age of 8 and singing Country and Western Songs. All of his brothers were musical also and played various musical instruments.

George played the guitar at house parties and dahces (dances), entertained military troops, sometimes as many as 10,000 in one group. He also did some radio work at different stations with different groups in various states.

He lived on the Gulf Coast until he was 20 years of age. He then answered the call of his country and served in the Armed Forces.

George also writes the lyrics and music for songs under the name of Dwight Music Company. He has written such songs as "My Golden Gate Love", I'm Surfing", "And Then I'll Know", "Sailing Windjammer" and "Call Me On The Telephone".

Anton was born on the Gulf Coast in Southern Texas. He stared playing the guitar at a very young age. He also played the mandolin and violin. He did various radio work, singing and playing the guitar. He also entertained at house parties and did other entertaining.

Anton answered the call for his Country and served in the U.S. Air Force and had a military career, retiring as a Major.

Some of the songs he has written are: "Heartbreak and Teardrops", "Indianola", "Let's Have at the Bottle", "I'm Walking the Floor Each Night", and other songs

Anton is a very good writer. His songs are as good as you can find anywhere in the Country.

Golden Gate Love
Heartbreak And Teardrops
Call Me On The Telephone
The Last Letter
San Antonio Rose
Mother The Queen Of My Heart
I Walk The Floor Each Night
Let's Have A Look At The Bottle
I'm Surfing
Cold, Cold Heart
I'm Sorry If That's The Way You Feel

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