Curly Putman - Lonesome Country Of Curly Putman download album
By: Curly Putman (1967, Folk, World, & Country). 1. I’m Not The Boy I Used To Be. 2. Hummin’ A Heartache. 3. Green, Green Grass Of Home. 4. Hurtin’ Like A Heartache. 5. My Elusive Dreams.
Claude Putman Jr. (November 20, 1930 – October 30, 2016) professionally known as Curly Putman was an American songwriter
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Listen to music from Curly Putman like Talking To The Grass and D-I-V-O-R-C-e (Arr. for String Quartet). Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Curly Putman. Claude "Curly" Putman, Jr. (November 20, 1930 – October 30, 2016) was an American songwriter, based in Nashville. Born in Princeton, Jackson County, Alabama, his biggest success was "Green, Green Grass of Home" (1964, sung by Porter Wagoner), which was covered by Roger Miller, Elvis Presley, Kenny Rogers, Don Williams, Burl Ives, Johnny Darrell, Gram Parsons, Joan Baez, Jerry Lee Lewis, The Grateful Dead, Johnny Cash, Roberto Leal, Dean Martin, Merle Haggard, Bobby Bare, Joe Tex, Nana Mouskouri, and Tom Jones.
Claude 'Curly' Putman Jr. is truly one of the titans of Nashville songwriting. His hits are ubiquitous: Green, Green Grass Of Home, Elusive Dreams, D-I-V-O-R-C-E and countless others. What is far less known is that Curly was also a fine recording artist. Collected here for the very first time are his two late '60s LPs for the ABC label.
See a detailed Curly Putman timeline, with an inside look at his albums, awards & more through the years. World of Country Music/Lonesome Country. World of Country Music/Lonesome Country released. Write 'Em Sad-Sing 'Em Lonesome. Write 'Em Sad-Sing 'Em Lonesome released. Won award for "He Stopped Loving Her Today". Country Music Association Award. Nominated for "He Stopped Loving Her Today".