Trivia / Marty Robbins

  • Author Existence Failure: Died a few months after scoring a comeback hit with "Some Memories Just Won't Die".
  • Throw It In: The distinctive fuzzy guitar work on "Don't Worry" was the result of a faulty pre-amp, and was left in because the producer liked it (although the guitarist didn't). Interestingly, they had difficulty re-creating the sound live, so the part was usually played on a distorted pedal steel guitar live, as seen here.
  • Tuckerization: Feleena from the songs "El Paso" and "Feleena (From El Paso)" was named after one of Robbins' classmates growing up.