"Big Bad John" is a country song originally performed by Jimmy Dean, who wrote and composed in collaboration with Roy Acuff. Released in September 1961, by the beginning of November it went to number one on the Billboard Hot 100 and won Dean the 1962 Grammy Award for Best Country & Western Recording, and was nominated for the Grammy Award for Song of the Year.
The song and its sequels tell a story typical of American folklore, reminiscent of Paul Bunyan or John Henry. Big Bad John was also the
"Oh Lonesome Me" is a popular song written and recorded in December 1957 by Don Gibson with Chet Atkins producing it for RCA Victor in Nashville. Released in 1958, the song topped the country chart for eight non-consecutive weeks. On what became the Billboard Hot 100, it peaked at No. 7. It was Gibson's only Top 10 hit on the pop chart. Its B-side was "I Can't Stop Loving You", which peaked at No. 7 on the C&W Jockey charts and became a standard song about unrequited love. The vocal backings on
Song of The Delmore Brothers.
Their best-known song, "Blues Stay Away From Me" (also on King, 1949), was covered by Johnny Burnette and The Rock and Roll Trio, Gene Vincent and the Blue Caps, The Louvin Brothers, The Browns, Les Paul and Mary Ford, Doc Watson, The Notting Hillbillies and The Everly Brothers.
Rex Allen ,Jimmy Dean And Jack Jones Plays Medley(Classic Songs from the West) on The Jimmy Dean Show
Ragtime Cowboy Joe (Jack Jones)
Cool Water (Jimmy Dean)
Take Me Back to My Boots and Saddle ( Jimmy Dean)
I’m an Old Cowhand from the Rio Grande (Jimmy Dean & Jack Jones)
Wagon Wheels (Rex Allen)
Don’t Fence Me In (Jack Jones & Jimmy Dean)
Jimmy Dean sin New San Antonio Rose in The Jimmy Dean Show
"San Antonio Rose""New San Antonio Rose" was the signature song of Bob Wills and His Texas Playboys. "San Antonio Rose" was an instrumental song written by Bob Wills, who first recorded it with the Playboys on November 28, 1938.Band members added lyrics and it was retitled "New San Antonio Rose".A fresh recording was made on April 16, 1940 (Okeh 05694) with a vocal by Tommy Duncan.
Hank Thompson with Molly Bee, Roy Clark and Jimmy Dean sing This Train Is Bound For Glory in The Jimmy Dean Show.
This song is by Hank Thompson and appears on the album North of the Rio Grande (1955)
"This Train Is Bound for Glory", is a traditional American gospel song first recorded in 1922. Although its origins are unknown, the song was relatively popular during the 1920s as a religious tune, and it became a gospel hit in the late 1930s.