The Perfect Record Award

The AMHF Perfect Record Award

The Printing song titles, artist, and commentary..

The AMHF Perfect Record Award has nothing to do with chart positions, real or imagined sales figures, or any of that industry hoopla and hype. Read More..

  1. He Don’t Love You (and He’ll Break Your Heart) /
    Stones That I Throw
    | Levon and the Hawks (1965)
  2. Main Street Breakdown | Chet Atkins (1954)
  3. “Drunk” | Jimmy Liggins (1953)
  4. One Bad Stud | The Honey Bears (1954)
  5. Shades of Django | George Cordoba (1966)
  6. Hide and Go Seek | Bunker Hill
  7. Oh! My Soul | Little Richard
  8. Complete Works Vol. 1 (EMS 401) | Edgar Varese (1950)
  9. Nickel in the Jukebox | Luke Wills
  10. Y’all Come | Arlie Duff
  11. Hedy West | Little Sadie

The AMHF Perfect Record Award has nothing to do with chart positions, real or imagined sales figures, or any of that industry hoopla and hype.
Records of this quality have an
ABSOLUTE VALUE based solely
on the “real magic” of their
content and it doesn’t matter
that they never went platinumb,
gold or even got as high as the
very bottom of the top of the
pops. More often than not, the
heaviest musical treasures sank
to the very bottom of the musical
well where they remain way off the radar and absent from the awareness of
all but the most committed musical explorers, a crowd which fortunately, is getting more crowded all the time. Why isn’t the recorded history of our incredible musical heritage taught in schools? Maybe it’s because it is way too much fun.