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Tammy Wynette - Singing My Song

Add to EJ Playlist  1969 #1 and one of my favorite Tammy songs.

I Don't Wanna Play House

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CAJUN BABY by Hank Williams Jr.

Add to EJ Playlist  CAJUN BABY by Hank Williams Jr. (1969)



Johnny Bush "Undo The Right"

Add to EJ Playlist  A great vocal performance from 1968, Johnny Bush singing "Undo The Right"


Add to EJ Playlist  JUST BETWEEN YOU AND ME by CHARLEY PRIDE Studio Version 1966 Charley Pride From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Charley Frank Pride (born March 18, 1938) is a country music artist. During his career, he has had thirty-six number-one hits on the Billboard Hot Country Songs charts. He was one of the few African-America n country musicians to have considerable success in the largely white country music industry. While he was still trying to make it in baseball, Pride had heard much encouragement to join the music business from country stars such as Red Sovine and Red Foley. Soon, he was working towards this career. In 1958, in Memphis, Tennessee, Pride visited Sun Studios and recorded some songs.[4] One song has survived on tape, and has been released in the United Kingdom as part of an LP-box. The song is a slow stroll in walking tempo called "Walkin' (the Stroll)." [5] After struggling to get a contract with a record company, he finally caught the ear of record producer Chet Atkins. Atkins was the longtime producer of RCA Records, and made stars out of country singers like Jim Reeves, Skeeter Davis and others. Pride was signed to RCA in 1966. In 1966, he released his first single with RCA, "Snakes Crawl at Night". When the song was promoted to radio stations, the label called Pride "Country Charley Pride". At this time, country music was a white medium. Soon after the release of "Snakes Crawl at Night", Pride released another single called "Before I Met You". Soon after, Pride's third single, "Just Between You and Me", was released. This song was what finally brought Pride success on the Country charts. The song reached #9.

Susan Raye - L.A. International Airport

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Wynn Stewart-Its Such a Pretty World Today

Add to EJ Playlist  1967 Wynn Stewart's number one hit single in 1967

Roy Clark "Thank God And Greyhound"

Add to EJ Playlist  Here's the ORIGINAL version of this #6 hit from 1970, a fun Roy Clark song. Forgive the pops and clicks from time to time, it's from vinyl!


Add to EJ Playlist  DROP KICK ME JESUS (Through the Goalposts of Life) by Bobby Bare 1976 (The world's only Christian football walz). Words and music by Paul Craft.

Hank Williams Sr. - The Deck of Cards (RARE)

Add to EJ Playlist  Hank Williams Sr. - The Deck of Cards (RARE) ---- More Hank here.... https://archive .org/details/Ha nkWilliamsSr.-S tarsInHerEyes

Jerry Lee Lewis - To Make Love Sweeter For You

Add to EJ Playlist  The Killer, Jerry Lee, performs "To Make Love Sweeter For You". This 1968 #1 country hit brought him renewed stardom. Lewis scored a series of Top Ten singles in that time frame, including "Another Place, Another Time" http://www.yout =nEXEhUO7npo His shift to country reflected the fact that he had grown up listening to the Grand Ole Opry. Another country hit of Lewis's during this period was "What's Made Milwaukee Famous (Has Made A Loser Out of Me)" http://www.yout =Berfch7no6s Lewis was born to the poor family of Elmo and Mamie Lewis in Ferriday in Concordia Parish in eastern Louisiana, and began playing piano in his youth with his two cousins, Mickey Gilley and Jimmy Swaggart. (Kenny Lovelace on fiddle) *Recommend "high quality" mode. The video is much clearer that way. Click option above view count to switch modes, or go here http://www.yout uality_settings to save your preference for all videos you watch on YouTube.

Jerry Lee Lewis - She Even Woke Me Up To Say Goodbye (1983)

Add to EJ Playlist  Live in Memphis, Tennessee the 29th of May of 1983 (Cotton Festival).

Jerry Lee Lewis - Sweet Dreams

Add to EJ Playlist  Uploaded at toadpapamc own request, with a picture compilation with some rare pics. Enjoy it! SWEET DREAMS: "Sweet Dreams" or "Sweet Dreams (Of You)" is a country ballad, which was written by Don Gibson. Gibson originally recorded the song in 1956; however, at that time, it failed to garner much notice. In 1960, after Gibson had established himself as a country music superstar, he released a new version as a single. This version charted in the top ten on Billboard's country songs chart and also crossed over to the Billboard Hot 100, where it peaked at number ninety-three. In the summer of 1956 Faron Young young recorded "Sweet Dreams" and took it all the way to #2 on the country charts. It was this version that garnered Gibson his first recognition as a talented songwriter. Between late 1962 and early 1963, Patsy Cline was recording songs for her next upcoming album, Faded Love, which was set for release in late March, 1963. However, on March 5, Cline died in a plane crash on the way home from a benefit in Kansas City, Missouri for the family of Cactus Jack Call, a disc jockey who was killed in an automobile accident so, therefore, the album was never released. Finally, in 1963, "Sweet Dreams" was released to the public and became a big Crossover hit, making it to #5 on the Country charts and to #44 on the pop music charts. Jerry Lee Lewis recorded his own version in 1969.

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Hank Williams Jr, - Luke The Drifter Jr. Vol 2 - Custody

Add to EJ Playlist  From The Album Luke The Drifter Jr. Vol 2 1960s

Luke The Drifter Jr, Vol 1. aka Hank Williams Jr, - On Trial

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Luke The Drifter Jr, Vol 3. aka Hank Williams Jr, - Little Boys Prayer

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Luke The Drifter Jr, Vol 3. aka Hank Williams Jr, - The Dream That Woke Me Up

Add to EJ Playlist  Luke The Drifter Jr, Vol 3. aka Hank Williams Jr, - The Dream That Woke Me Up From Vol 3

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