Various - Golden Age Of Country: Waltz Across Texas download album
- Album: Golden Age Of Country: Waltz Across Texas
- FLAC: 1164 mb | MP3: 1439 mb
- Released: 2009
- Style: Country
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20 Golden Country Waltzes. Ernest Tubb, Talmadge Tubb. 2. Life in the Finland Woods.
Golden Age of Country: Waltz Across Texas. In addition to such usual suspects as the "Blue Danube Waltz," "Tennessee Waltz," and "Kentucky Waltz," 20 Golden Country Waltzes also includes countrified renditions of other songs in 3/4 time, resulting in the inclusion of covers of "Greensleeves," the Cajun-based "Texas Jole Bion," Marty Robbins' "El Paso" and even the Beatles' "Norwegian Wood (This Bird Has Flown).
1. Lovesick Blues - Hank Williams, 2. Walkin' After Midnight - Patsy Cline, 3. There Stands the Glass - Webb Pierce, 4. Makin' Believe - Kitty Wells, 5. Ballad of a Teenage Queen - Johnny Cash, 6. The - Patti Page Tennessee Waltz, 7. My Special Angel - Bobby Helms, 8. Tender Years - George Jones, 9. Don't Come Home a-Drinkin' (With Lovin' on Your Mind) - Loretta Lynn, 10.
Various Artist Golden Age Of Country box set 10 CD NEW sealed. This collection brings together the most influential country & western artists of the decades that truly represented the "golden age" in country music history. You'll get 158 hits from country legends like Johnny Cash, Patsy Cline, George Jones, Kitty Wells and more. Title: GOLDEN AGE OF COUNTRY HONKY TONK MAN ZESTIFY 2XCD ALBUM Item Condition: used item in a good condition. Publisher: ZESTIFY Artist: VARIOUS. Various-Golden Age Of Country Music Volume 1: Waltz Across Te (US IMPORT) CD NEW. Artist: Various.
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Golden Age of Country. Waltz across Texas Ernest Tubb.
The old-time radio era, sometimes referred to as the Golden Age of Radio, was an era of radio programming in the United States during which radio was the dominant electronic home entertainment medium. It began with the birth of commercial radio broadcasting in the early 1920s and lasted through the 1940s, when television gradually superseded radio as the medium of choice for scripted programming, variety and dramatic shows.
|1||–Hank Williams||Hey, Good Lookin'|
|1-2||–George Jones||White Lightning|
|1-3||–Loretta Lynn||You Ain't Woman Enough|
|1-4||–Leroy Van Dyke||Walk On By|
|1-5||–Ernest Tubb||Waltz Across Texas|
|1-6||–Conway Twitty||Next In Line|
|1-7||–Roger Miller||King Of The Road|
|1-9||–Buck Owens||Love's Gonna Live Here|
|1-10||–The Everly Brothers*||Bye Bye Love|
|1-11||–Webb Pierce||In The Jailhouse Now|
|1-12||–Kitty Wells||It Wasn't God Who Made Honky Tonk Angels|
|1-13||–Bill Monroe||Blue Moon Of Kentucky|
|1-14||–Tom T. Hall||A Week In A Country Jail|
|1-15||–Bill Anderson||Mama Sang A Song|
|1-16||–Jack Greene||There Goes My Everything|
|2-1||–Hank Williams||Lovesick Blues|
|2-2||–Patsy Cline||Walkin' After Midnight|
|2-3||–Webb Pierce||There Stands The Glass|
|2-4||–Kitty Wells||Makin' Believe|
|2-5||–Johnny Cash||Ballad Of A Teenage Queen|
|2-6||–Patti Page||The Tennessee Waltz|
|2-7||–Bobby Helms||My Special Angel|
|2-8||–George Jones||Tender Years|
|2-9||–Loretta Lynn||Don't Come Home A Drinkin' (With Lovin' On Your Mind)|
|2-10||–Conway Twitty||It's Only Make Believe|
|2-11||–The Wilburn Brothers||Trouble's Back In Town|
|2-13||–Roy Drusky||Three Hearts In A Tangle|
|2-14||–Jerry Lee Lewis||What's Made Milwaukee Famous (Has Made A Loser Out Of Me)|
|2-15||–Roger Miller||Dang Me|
|2-16||–Osborne Brothers*||Rocky Top|
- Mastered By – Ron Rice
- Producer, Compiled By – Joe Sasfy
- Research – Olivia Kim