My father Don West is a musician and a song writer. He is almost 70 now but can still pick and sing like he was 20. One album my father recorded back in the early 70's was called "14 Carat Gold" or "Nashville Today" as he likes to call it. He recorded it at the legendary Hilltop studios in Nashville. The legendary Jack "Hoss" Linneman (George Jones, Cowboy Copas, Red Sovine and many others of that era.) produced and played on the album. A really great bunch of studio musicians and it is evident on this album. As a kid growing up we listened to this album constantly and it has a good amount of scratches and crackle pop on the vinyl. I did a mild removal but you will hear a few still. I asked him if he would like me to post a song for you all to listen to and he said absolutely so here is my dad doing a Charlie Walker classic. "Don't Put Down The Honky Tonks" "The Ballad of Moosehead Lake" Here is an original of my Dad's pretty funny little song about making home brew (which my grandmother and grandfather Mavis and Eddie used to do) and what happens when the batch was a little to strong. The song does have some truth to it according to Dad. I guess they made a batch that was way to strong once and it blew up and left a little crater in the ground out back where they buried it to age. it was the inspiration to write this song!!