Artículos con la etiqueta "hee haw"



Music · 05/02/2020
"Yard Full Of Rusty Cars", song written by Shel Silverstein, was recorded by Bobby Bare for the Columbia label, in October 1977, at Columbia Recording Studio, 804 16th Ave. South, Nashville, TN. album, Bobby was accompanied by: Fred Carter Jr. (guitar), John Christopher (guitar), Ray Edenton (guitar), Chet Atkins (guitar), David Gillon (guitar), Jack Solomon (guitar), Michael Spriggs (guitar) , Charles Vaughn Jr. (guitar), Ben Keith (steel), Joe Osborn, Ted Reynolds and Kenneth Smith (bass guita
Music · 04/20/2020
“Slippin 'and Slidin' “, song written by Ray Penniman (Little Richards), was recorded by Billy Crash Cradock for the ABC Records label, in October 1972, at 1972 Woodland Sound Studio, 1011 Woodland St., Nashville, TN. Recording session for the album, Billy Crash, was accompanied by: Billy Sanford, James Colvard, Pete Wade, Jerry Shook, Bob Millsap, Chip Young, Lloyd Green, Kelso Herston, Tommy Allsup, Bob Moore, Donald Smith, Buddy Harman, William Ackerman, Hargus Pig Robbins, Larry Butler, Budd
Music · 04/16/2020
“What's Made Milwaukee Famous (Has Made a Loser Out of Me)”, song written by Glenn Sutton, was recorded by Jerry Lee Lewis for the Smash Records label on April 16, 1968, at Columbia Recording Studio B, 804 16th Ave South, Nashville 3, TN. Three other songs were recorded at the same session: “All night long”, “We live in two different worlds” and “On the back row”. At the recording session Jerry was accompanied by: Linda Gail Lewis, Jerry Kennedy, Chip Young, Pete Wade, Lloyd Green, Bob Moore, Jo
Music · 04/10/2020
“I'll See Him Through”, written by Bill Sherrill and Norro Wilson, was recorded by Tammy Wynette for the Epic label, in November 1969, at Columbia Recording Studio, 804 16th Ave. South, Nashville, TN. With the production of Billy Sherrill, the song was released on December 23, 1969. On March 14, 1970, it peaked at # 2 on the US Hot Country Songs charts, and stayed on the charts for a total of 14 weeks, on the Canadian RPM Country Singles charts, peaking at # 3. “I'll See Him Through “became Wyne
Music · 04/10/2020
“Daytime Friends,” a song written by Ben Peters, was recorded by Kenny Rogers for the United Artist Records label on March 29, 1977, at Jack Clement Recording Studio 3102 Belmont Blvd., Nashville, TN. In the recording session, 5 other songs were also recorded, in this session Kenny was accompanied by: Billy Sanford (guitar), Dave Kirby (guitar), Jerry Shook (guitar), Jimmy Capps (guitar), Jim Colvard (guitar), Johnny Christopher (guitar), Larry Keith (guitar), Reggie Young (guitar), TG Engel (gu
Music · 04/09/2020
"Say It's Not You", a song written by Dallas Frazier, was recorded by George Jones for the Musicor label, on June 13, 1967, at Columbia Recording Studio, 804 16th Ave. South, Nashville, TN. With the production of "Pappy" Daily, the song was released in January 1968, and on April 20 it reached # 8 on the US Hot Country Songs charts, remaining on the charts for a total of 14 weeks. With Musicor, Jones would record at breakneck pace, cutting over 280 singles, and maintained a consistent presence on
Music · 04/08/2020
"She Talked a Lot About Texas", a song written by Don Wayne, was recorded by Cal Smith for the MCA label on July 17, 1974, at Bradley's Barn, 722 Bender’s Ferry Road, Mount Juliet, TN. With the production by Walter Haynes, the song was released on April 19, 1975, and on June 21, 1975, peaked at # 13 on the US Hot Country Songs charts, remaining on the charts for a total of 13 weeks. On the Canadian RPM Countrt tracks charts, it peaked at # 5.
Music · 03/18/2020
“That Silver-Haired Daddy of Mine ”, a song written by Gene autry and Jimmy Long, was first recorded by Jimmy Long and Cliff Keiser for the Champion label, on December 2, 1930, and released in early 1931, to At the end of 1931 they recorded it Gene Autry & Jimmy Long, for the Perfect label and was released in January 1932. Was the first hit song of American cowboy entertainer Gene Autry, a duet with fellow railroad man, Jimmy Long, the single achieved the greatest popularity in 1935, selling 5 m
Music · 03/18/2020
“It Takes People Like You (To Make People Like Me)”, song written by Buck Owens, and recorded by Buck Owens and His Buckaroos for the Capitol label, was recorded on June 8, 1967, at Capitol Recording Studio, 1750 North Vine St., Hollywood, CA or Bakersfield, CA. In the same session, “Toys for tots” (unissued) was also recorded, in the recording session Buck was accompanied by: Jelly Sanders (guitar), Don Rich (lead guitar), Jacky Wayne Wilson (guitar), Tom Brumley (steel), Bert Dodson (bass) and
Music · 02/26/2020
“ (I'm So) Afraid Of Losing You Again " , a song written by Arthur Leo “Doodle” Owens and Dallas Frazier, was recorded by Charley Pride for the RCA label on August 5, 1969, at RCA Victor Studio, 800 17th Ave South, Nashville, TN, in the same recording session three more songs were recorded: “If you'd have only taken the time”, “Me and Bobby McGee” and “One time”. In the recording session Charley was accompanied by: Billy Grammer (guitar), Billy Sanford (guitar), Lloyd Green (steel), Junior Huske

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