Artículos con la etiqueta "hee haw"



Music · 02/18/2020
“Jealous Loving Heart”, a song written by Billy Talmadge Tubb and Ernest Tubb, was recorded by Ernest Tubb for the Decca label on January 11, 1954, at Castle Studio, The Tulane Hotel, 206 8th Ave. North, Nashville, TN In the same session, three other songs were also recorded: “Till we two are one”, “Your mother, your darling, your friend” and “Baby your mother”. In the recording session Ernest Tubb, it was accompanied by: Billy Byrd (guitar), Grady Martin (guitar), Dickie Harris (steel), Jack Dr
Music · 02/18/2020
“They Don't Make 'em Like My Daddy” , a song written by Jerry Chesnut, was recorded by Loretta Lynn for the MCA label on April 25, 1972, in Bradley's Barn, 722 Bender's Ferry Road, Mount Juliet, TN, In the same session two other songs were also recorded: “Be proud of your man” and “Legend in my mind”. In the recording session Loretta was accompanied by: Grady Martin (guitar), Ray Edenton (acoustic guitar), Hal Rugg (steel), Harold Bradley (bass guitar), Bob Moore (bass), Buddy Harman (drums), Ha
Music · 02/17/2020
Conway recorded it for the MCA label, in November 1980, at Woodland Sound Studio, 1011 Woodland St., Nashville, TN, four more songs were recorded at the same recording session, Conway was accompanied in session by: Johnny Christopher (acustic guitar), Jimmy Capps (acoustic guitar), Reggie Young (lead guitar), John Hughey (steel), Paul Uhrig (bass), Jerry Carrigan (drums and percussion), Buddy Spicher (fiddle), Shane Keister (keyboards) and The Sheldon Kurland Strings and Buzz Cason, Lea Jane Ber
Music · 02/16/2020
Johnny Rodriguez recorded it for the Epic label, in January 1981, at Columbia Recording Studio, 34 Music Sq. East, Nashville, TN. With the production of Billy Sherrill, the song was released in July 1981, entered charts on August 8, 1981, reaching number # 30, on September 19, 1981, remaining a total of 11 weeks on the charts. In the Canadian RPM country songs charts, It reached at number # 39.
Music · 02/16/2020
“Fire and Smoke”, song written and recorded by Earl Thomas Conley for the RCA label, in August 1980 in Nashville, TN. With the production of Nelson Larkin and Earl Thomas Conley, the song was released on April 20, 1981, on July 11, 1981, reached # 1 of the US Hot Country Songs charts, and remained a total of 14 weeks on the charts. It was the first number one in Earl's career. “Fire and Smoke” quickly became an anthem for fans, topping the success of anything Conley'd previously put out and mark
Music · 02/16/2020
Conway & Loretta, recorded it for the MCA label, between October and November 1980, at Woodland Sound Studio, 1011 Woodland St., Nashville, TN, at the recording session of the Conway & Loretta album, were accompanied by: Johnny Christopher (acustic guitar), Reggie Young (lead guitar), John Hughey (steel), Paul Uhrig (bass), Jerry Carrigan (drums and percussion), Shane Keister (keyboards), Samule Lewine (flute), Eberhard Ramm (french horn), The Sheldon Kurland Strings, Jackie Cusic, Lea Jane Beri
Music · 02/05/2020
“Country Girl”, a song written by Red Lane and Dottie West, was recorded by Dottie West for the RCA label on February 20, 1968, at RCA Victor Studio, 800 17th Ave. South, Nashville, TN, at the session of Recording Dottie was accompanied by: Grady Martin (guitar), Wayne Moss (guitar), Bob Moore (bass), Buddy Harman (drums), Floyd Cramer (piano), Charlie McCoy (harmonica and vibes) and vocal chorus. With the Chet Atkins Production, the song was released in March 1968. On June 1, 1968, he reached #
Music · 02/04/2020
“Is This the Best I'm Gonna Feel”, a song written and recorded by Don Gibson for the Hickory label, was recorded on July 7, 1972, in Acuff-Rose Sound Studio, Nashville, TN, in the same recording session, three other songs were recorded: “If you're goin 'girl”, “We live in two diferent world” and “The hurt goes on”. On the recording session Don was accompanied by: Grady Martin (guitar), Chip Young (guitar), Harold Bradley (guitar), Pete Drake and Weldon Myrick (steel), Bob Moore (bass), Buddy Har
Music · 01/29/2020
“Blanket on the Ground”, a song written by Roger Bowling, was recorded by Billie Jo Spears for the United Artists label, was recorded on November 4, 1974, at American Studios, 1111 17th Ave. South, Nashville, TN, Billie Jo She was accompanied in the recording session of the album by: Bill Sanford (guitar), Jim Colvard (guitar), Jimmy Caps (guitar), Ed Bruce (guitar), Pete Drake (steel), Tommy Allsup (bass guitar), Larry Butler, Bob Moore and Henry Strzelecki (bass), Buddy Harman and Kenny Malone
Music · 01/27/2020
“Until the Bitter End”, a song written by Tommy Rocco, Gene Dobbins and T. Daniels, was recorded by Faron Young for the MCA label, was recorded in December 1980 in Nashville, TN. With the production of Ron Chancey, the song It was released in April 1981. On May 2, 1981, it reached # 88 on the US Hot Country Songs charts, remaining on the charts for a total of 2 weeks. The song was only released on single, it was not included In any studio album.

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