Various - The Golden Country & Western Hits FLAC album
Genre: Folk and World music
Title: The Golden Country & Western Hits
FLAC version ZIP size: 1164 mb
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Country & Western – Golden Hits is a studio album recorded and released in 1959 by U. S. entertainer Connie Francis. The album was re-packaged with a new cover design and re-released in March 1962.
Golden Hits, Patti Page, Tennessee Waltz, Old Rock, Cd Cover Art, Teddy Boys, Beautiful Songs, Soul Music, Music Hits. In Memoriam Day. Famosos † enero de 2013. The album peaked at on Billboard's Top 200 Albums. Vinyl LP). Record Vision. Pictured here are two of Country Western music's most influential and groundbreaking female artists, Patsy Cline and Dottie West. These two women, (along with fellow artist and friend Loretta Lynn) pioneered the genre. In the summer of 1962 it's reported Cline started to feel a sense of 'impending doom.
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Patti Page Sings Country and Western. I bought this album and it made me so happy!!! It came easly to my country. One person found this helpful.
VARIOUS golden country & western hits LP VG+ CPM 0500 Vinyl 1965 Record. Country & Western Hits Made Famous - Jerry Shook + Red Sovine. Patti Page Sings Country & Western Golden Hits Record Album. Country & Western Hits.
|A1||–Hank Snow||I'm Movin' On|
|A2||–Jim Reeves||He'll Have To Go|
|A3||–Don Gibson||Oh Lonesome Me|
|A4||–Floyd Cramer||Last Date|
|A5||–Porter Wagoner||Y'All Come|
|A6||–Eddy Arnold||Cattle Call|
|B1||–Gene Autry||You Are My Sunshine|
|B2||–Skeeter Davis||The End Of The World|
|B3||–Hank Locklin||I Can't Stop Loving You|
|B4||–Chet Atkins||Steel Guitar Rag|
|B5||–George Hamilton IV||Abilene|
|B6||–Bobby Bare||500 Miles From Home|