Smokey Rogers - Western Swing & Country Things download album
1 Ball Of Fire 2 Hair Of Gold,Eyes Of Blue 3 A Kiss To Remember 4 The Spelling Song (I L-o-v-e U) 5 Are You Somebody's Darlin' 6 Double Trouble 7 Tulsa Trot 8 Irma Is The Name Of My Baby 9 Blue Bonnet Polka 10 Don't Come Cryin' To Me 11 How Lonely Can You Get.
Book to be titled 'Western Swing' Spade Cooley was one of the first song-writers signed by Jean and Julian Aberbach for their new music publishing house, Hill and Range Songs, In. the publishers of this folio. Lange, Jeffrey . mile When You Call Me a Hillbilly: Country Music's Struggle for Respectability, 1939-1954. Athens, GA: University of Georgia Press (2004). This article about a music publication is a stub.
Smokey Rogers - Drinkin' And A-Thinkin' 12. Bob Wills - Silver Dew On The Bluegrass 13. Jerry Irby & His Texas Rangers - Great Long Pistol 14. Tex Williams - Never Trust A Woman 15. Leon Rusk - Air Mail Special On The Fly 16. Tex Russell - What It Means To Be Blue 17. Jimmy Widener - I'm All Through Trusting You 1. Walt Mccoy & Western Wonders - I'm A Lover Not A Fighter 22. Leon Mcauliffe - This Side Of Town 23. Billy Jack Wills - Roped And Tied 24. Hank Penny - You Can't Pull The Wool Over My Eyes 25. Tommy Duncan - Nancy Jane. Скачать раздачу по magnet-ссылке · 946 MB.
return to top. S. Saddle Up & Boogie. Saddle Up & Boogie 6 02 9 Western Swing with a Zing! (01). British Archive of Country Music CD D 356 Western Swing Time (11) England Note: 28 tracks. Stone Horse and Friends. Amethyst Records AR-9228 Tribute to Tulsa Music (?) Note: With Moe Bandy, Becky Hobbs, Mel Tillis, Hank Thompson, Luke Wills, Wanda Jackson, Billy Parker, Leon Rausch, and Red Steagall. Dave Stuckey and the Rhythm Gang. HMG HMG3010 Get A Load Of This (00) Note: First solo release from former Dave & Deke Combo member. 14 hot tracks with all star line-up.
as 'Smokey Rogers with Tex Williams' Western Caravan'. Don't Come Cryin' To Me // Blue Bonnet Polka. as 'Smokey Rogers with Tex Williams' Western Caravan'. Champagne Ladies and Blue Ribbon Babies is an album by American country music singer Ferlin Husky (Ferlin Eugene Husky: December 3, 1925 – March 17, 2011) released in 1974 by ABC Records Inc. The Album reached in the US Country Charts. The title track single "Champagne Ladies and Blue Ribbon Babies" reached in the US Country Charts and the single of "Burning" reached These were his last chart-making singles. Wings of a Dove," a gospel song, was a No. 1 country hit in 1960 and was one of his signature songs. Country Boy (Bobby Vinton album)
|1||Ball Of Fire|
|2||Hair Of Gold,Eyes Of Blue|
|3||A Kiss To Remember|
|4||The Spelling Song (I L-o-v-e U)|
|5||Are You Somebody's Darlin'|
|8||Irma Is The Name Of My Baby|
|9||Blue Bonnet Polka|
|10||Don't Come Cryin' To Me|
|11||How Lonely Can You Get|
|12||Goin' Down The Road|
|14||A Little Bird Told Me|
|15||Seven Come Eleven|
|16||(Without Your) Wedding Ring|
|17||Dimples Or Dumplin's|
|18||New Panhandle Rag|
|19||Nine-Tenths Of The Tennessee River(Are The Tears I Shed Over You)|
|20||Shame On you|
|21||Please Give Me One More Chance|
|22||No She Don't-Yes She Does|
|23||Carry Me Back To Tucumcari|
|24||Steel Guitar Jubilee (Inst.)|
|25||Wear My Ribbon|