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Hank Williams Jr - Where Do I Go From Here

Add to EJ Playlist  Hank Williams Jr - Where Do I Go From Here -------I do not own the copyright to this music "Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for "fair use" for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. Non-profit, educational or personal use tips the balance in favor of fair use."

Ken Scott - George Jones Is Still The Best

Add to EJ Playlist  Ken Scott - George Jones Is Still The Best -Release in the 1970's - ---I do not own the copyright to this music "Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for "fair use" for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. Non-profit, educational or personal use tips the balance in favor of fair use."

Bozo Darnell - What Kind Of Pill Is This

Add to EJ Playlist  Bozo could sing a serious honky tonk song, or a down right funny one like this, a rewrite of Bill Bill Carlisle's "What Kind Of Deal Is This"

Ferlin Husky - That's Why I Love You So Much

Add to EJ Playlist  Ferlin Husky - That's Why I Love You So Much --- sound recording administered by EMI ---I do not own the copyright to this music "Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for "fair use" for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. Non-profit, educational or personal use tips the balance in favor of fair use."

Statler Brothers- Do You Remeber These

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Jack Greene - There Goes My Everything

Add to EJ Playlist  When I learned of his passing I didn't see a good version of the original, so here it is. From the 1966 album "There Goes My Everything"

Jack Greene "Statue of a Fool"

Add to EJ Playlist  Jack Greene's 5th #1 Hit, Topped the Country Billboard Charts in July 1969.

Johnny Horton - North to alaska (unreleased version)

Add to EJ Playlist  "North to Alaska" is a 1960 hit song by Johnny Horton which featured in the movie of the same name. Though Horton had sung several popular movie tie-in songs, this was the first one that was sung over the opening titles. Co-written with Tillman Franks, "North to Alaska" topped Billboard magazine's Country Singles chart, reached number four on the Billboard Hot 100 chart and eight on Norway Singles Chart

Hank Williams Junior "You Win Again" 1970

Add to EJ Playlist  Somewhere around 1970 from the Johnny Cash Show, here is Hank Williams Junior singing "You Win Again" Check out corporalhenshaw for more country music, including "The Hank Williams Story" which is in the playlist section. Also jazz, blues, gospel and soul.

Jan Howard - Count your blessings woman

Add to EJ Playlist  From Jan's "Count your blessings woman" album, 1968. This was a 16# hit in the US and a 6# hit in Canada. It's her highest charting single in Canada. This song was written by the great Bill Anderson.

I get the fever.

Add to EJ Playlist  Bill Anderson (1966).

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You're Looking At Country - Loretta Lynn - Lyrics

Add to EJ Playlist  Lyrics to "You're Looking At Country" by Loretta Lynn, requested. Sorry for any spelling or grammatic mistakes in this one, most of the lyrics were copied and pasted. Message me if you have a request.

Jean Shepard and Ferlin Husky - A Dear John Letter

Add to EJ Playlist  Charts: #1 Us C/W #4 Hot 100 Us: Gold (Million Seller)

Margaret Lewis "Mrs. Cooper's Tea Party"

Add to EJ Playlist  While this tune was written by Tom T. Hall, it just sounds like he took the melody to "Harper Valley PTA" and wrote a new song with that. Granted, it's not bad, it just has that too-familiar feeling to it. If you haven't heard of Margaret before, she had her hand in writing some big hits for other artists such as "Mountain Of Love" for David Houston and "Reconsider Me" by Narvel Felts (which was also recorded by a handful of others). She was a fine singer in both rockabilly and country, as evidenced by this 1968 single which didn't chart. Last I heard, she was still pretty active in recent years! Enjoy!

Charlie Pride - All I Have To Offer You Is Me

Add to EJ Playlist  this song is in no way mine i just love old music and think everyone should get to hear it

Bill Carlisle - What Kinda Deal Is This

Add to EJ Playlist  Yodeling singer/songwrit er/guitarist Bill Carlisle was the younger brother of popular 1930s country singer Cliff Carlisle. During the '30s, Bill established himself as an expert purveyor of racy, blues-tinged country songs, but during the '50s and '60s, he was best-known for his novelty songs as he and his family band, the Carlisles, became regulars on the Grand Ole Opry. The brothers performed as part of a Carlisle family group on Louisville radio in the 1920s in an early manifestation of the barn-dance format. Brother Cliff gave Carlisle his start as a soloist in 1933 by letting him sit in on an audition at the ARC label. His first single, "Rattlesnake Daddy," became quite popular and later evolved into a bluegrass favorite. Dubbed "Smilin' Bill" by publicists, Carlisle was noted for his precise and extremely fast runs on the guitar. Eventually Bill became almost as popular as his older brother, with whom he shared a talent for yodeling and a tendency to sing songs filled with risqué double entendres, such as "Copper Head Mama" (1934) and "Jumpin' and Jerkin' Blues" (1935). The Carlisle brothers signed with Decca in 1938 and built outward from the blues/Hawaiian core they had established around Cliff Carlisle's pioneer dobro stylings. During a long stint on Knoxville radio station WNOX, they became stars of two barn-dance programs, and Bill continued to appear on other stations around the Southeast as a solo artist. After World War II, the Carlisle brothers signed with the upstart King label, based in Cincinnati, scoring a giant hit with a cover of Ernest Tubb's wartime classic "Rainbow at Midnight" in 1946. Two years later, Bill had his own Top 15 hit with "Tramp on the Street." Cliff eventually retired around 1950, and Bill then organized the Carlisles, a group that despite its family moniker actually included a succession of unrelated individuals, gospel singer Martha Carson and songwriter Betty Amos among them. Carlisle also performed with several 1950s stars in the early stages of their careers -- Don Gibson, Chet Atkins, and Homer & Jethro, among others. It was during these performances that he began to leap about on stage and develop his comical alter ego, Hotshot Elmer, a character he had created earlier in his career. As Elmer, Carlisle would interrupt performances by jumping over chairs, falling off the stairs, and creating general mayhem on stage. Carlisle's trademark athletic leaps earned him the nickname "Jumpin' Bill." The scene was set for the recordings that brought Carlisle his greatest renown in the 1950s: a series of novelty songs, delightfully off-center gospel pieces like "Rusty Old Halo," and straight-countr y harmony numbers recorded for the Mercury label. The first, "Too Old to Cut the Mustard," hit the Top Ten in 1952 and was covered by Rosemary Clooney and other pop artists. The 1950s were much less friendly to lyrics of sexual tension than were the decades in which Carlisle began his career, but "Too Old to Cut the Mustard" was one of several Carlisles numbers (another was the "The Old Knot Hole") that evoked the styles of a more tolerant era. "No Help Wanted" climbed to number one the following year and stayed there five weeks. That year he had three more hits, all of which made it to the Top Ten, including the Ira Louvin song "Taint Nice (To Talk Like That)." Though seemingly striking an old-fashioned pose in their cornball humor, these recordings crackled with an energy in tune with the stirrings of what became rock & roll; they featured sharp electric guitar solos and such instrumental novelties as a bass saxophone. This string of successes led the Opry to invite the Carlisles aboard in 1953. Carlisle's children joined his band in the 1960s, and he had another hit in 1965 with "What Kind of Deal Is This." Carlisle was a fixture of the Opry in later years, performing there up until ten days before his death on March 17, 2003.~ James Manheim, All Music Guide PLEASE NOTE: I divided my uploads among multiple channels, Bookmark this link in your browser for instant access to an index with links to all of John1948's oldies classics. LINK: http://john1948 .wikifoundry.co m/page/John1948 %27s+Youtube+In dex

Margie Bowes - You Ought To Hear Me Cry

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BURN LIKE A ROCKET

Add to EJ Playlist  Many people have said they cannot find Billy Joe Royals song "Burn Like A Rocket" on YouTube. well,after 3 days of seaching,here it is folks.hope you enjoy it.

Sonny Wright - I Love You Loretta Lynn

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Blue Skies [cover version] - Willie Nelson

Add to EJ Playlist  A Smile and some Good Cheer to share, for everyone, if in case you are unaware of this fact .... this is an old standard [by Irving Berlin] and this is a cover version .....

George Jones & Tammy Wynette - We're Gonna Hold On

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Marty Robbins - "El Paso" | Grand Ole Opry Classics | Opry

Add to EJ Playlist  Marty Robbins performs "El Paso" from 1960 at the Ryman Auditorium, featured on the Grand Ole Opry Vintage Classics DVD. Visit www.opry.com to find out more! Subscribe: http://bit.ly/S ubscribeOpry Get Tickets: http://bit.ly/O pryTickets Tour Backstage: http://bit.ly/B ackstageOpry Book a Package: http://bit.ly/G oOpry About the Grand Ole Opry: Welcome to the Grand Ole Opry YouTube Channel, the destination for top country music performances and exclusive videos live from the Opry stage. Known worldwide as the show that made country music famous, the Opry and its YouTube home feature the new stars, superstars, and legends of country music, including The Band Perry, Vince Gill, Darius Rucker, Blake Shelton, Carrie Underwood, and Keith Urban, to name just a few. Connect with The Grand Ole Opry Online: WEBSITE: http://bit.ly/G randOleOpry FACEBOOK: http://bit.ly/G randOpryFB INSTAGRAM: http://bit.ly/O pryInsta TWITTER: http://bit.ly/O pryTweets TUMBLR: http://bit.ly/O pryTumblr GOOGLE+: http://bit.ly/O pryGoogle PINTEREST: http://bit.ly/O pryPins Marty Robbins - "El Paso" | Grand Ole Opry Classics | Opry http://www.yout ube.com/user/Op ryLive

Patsy Cline - Sweet Dreams

Add to EJ Playlist  One of the greatest singers in the history of country music, Patsy Cline also helped blaze a trail for female singers to assert themselves as an integral part of the Nashville-domin ated country music industry. She was not alone in this regard; Kitty Wells had become a star several years before Cline's big hits in the early '60s. Brenda Lee, who shared Cline's producer, did just as much to create a country-pop crossover during the same era; Skeeter Davis briefly enjoyed similar success. Cline has the most legendary aura of any female country singer, however, perhaps due to an early death that cut her off just after she had entered her prime. Cline began recording in the mid-'50s, and although she recorded quite a bit of material between 1955 and 1960 (17 singles in all), only one of them was a hit. That song, "Walkin' After Midnight," was both a classic and a Top 20 pop smash. Those who are accustomed to Cline's famous early-'60s hits are in for a bit of a shock when surveying her '50s sessions (which have been reissued on several Rhino compilations). At times she sang flat-out rockabilly; she also tried some churchy tear-weepers. She couldn't follow up "Walkin' After Midnight," however, in part because of an exploitative deal that limited her to songs from one publishing company. Circumstances were not wholly to blame for Cline's commercial failures. She would have never made it as a rockabilly singer, lacking the conviction of Wanda Jackson or the spunk of Brenda Lee. In fact, in comparison with her best work, she sounds rather stiff and ill-at-ease on most of her early singles. Things took a radical turn for the better on all fronts in 1960, when her initial contract expired. With the help of producer Owen Bradley (who had worked on her sessions all along), Cline began selecting material that was both more suitable and of a higher quality than her previous outings. "I Fall to Pieces," cut at the very first session where Cline was at liberty to record what she wanted, was the turning point in her career. Reaching number one in the country charts and number 12 pop, it was the first of several country-pop crossovers she was to enjoy over the next couple of years. More important, it set a prototype for commercial Nashville country at its best. Owen Bradley crafted lush orchestral arrangements, with weeping strings and backup vocals by the Jordanaires, that owed more to pop (in the best sense) than country. The country elements were provided by the cream of Nashville's session musicians, including guitarist Hank Garland, pianist Floyd Cramer, and drummer Buddy Harmon. Cline's voice sounded richer, more confident, and more mature, with ageless wise and vulnerable qualities that have enabled her records to maintain their appeal with subsequent generations. When k.d. lang recorded her 1988 album Shadowland with Owen Bradley, it was this phase of Cline's career that she was specifically attempting to emulate. It's arguable that too much has been made of Cline's crossover appeal to the pop market. Brenda Lee, whose records were graced with similar Bradley productions, was actually more successful in this area (although her records were likely targeted toward a younger audience). Cline's appeal was undeniably more adult, but she was always more successful with country listeners. Her final four Top Ten country singles, in fact, didn't make the pop Top 40. Despite a severe auto accident in 1961, Cline remained hot through 1961 and 1962, with "Crazy" and "She's Got You" both becoming big country and pop hits. Much of her achingly romantic material was supplied by fresh talent like Hank Cochran, Harlan Howard, and Willie Nelson (who penned "Crazy"). Although her commercial momentum had faded slightly, she was still at the top of her game when she died in a plane crash in March of 1963, at the age of 30. She was only a big star for a couple of years, but her influence was and remains huge. While the standards of professionalism on her recordings have been emulated ever since, they've rarely been complemented by as much palpable, at times heartbreaking emotion in the performances. For those who could do without some of more elaborate arrangements of her later years, many of her relatively unadorned appearances on radio broadcasts have been thankfully preserved and issued. ~ Richie Unterberger, All Music Guide PLEASE NOTE: I divided my uploads among multiple channels, Bookmark this link in your browser for instant access to an index with links to all of John1948's oldies classics. LINK: http://john1948 .wikifoundry.co m/page/John1948 %27s+Youtube+In dex

Old Rivers~Walter Brennan.wmv

Add to EJ Playlist  Title cut from the 1962 album "Old Rivers"... By Walter Brennan 7/25/1894~9/21/ 1974

John Wesley Ryles - "Kay" ( HQ Stereo )

Add to EJ Playlist  John Wesley Ryles (born December 2, 1950 in Bastrop, Louisiana) is an American country music artist. He made his debut in 1968 with the single "Kay", a Top Ten hit on the Billboard Hot Country Singles chart and the title track to his debut album for Columbia Records.



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