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Music · 11/09/2020
Ragtime Cowboy Joe - Foy Willing & the Riders of the Purple Sage Wanted Man - Frankie Laine Rollin' Dust - Ken Curtis Blue Bonnets for her Golden Hair - Texas Jim Lewis Columbus Stockade - Vaughn Monroe & the Sons of the Pioneers Don't Come Cryin' to Me - Les Gilliam Love Song of the Waterfall - Sons of the Pioneers What's the Matter with You - Carolina Cotton & Deuce Spriggins Remembering The Little Fellers Daddy's Little Cowboy - Roy Rogers Cowboy - Eddy Arnold My Little Buckaroo - Ruth Reinha
Music · 05/15/2020
Ray Charles recorded it on February 15, 1962, for the ABC-Paramount label, at United Recording, Hollywood, California. In the same session, “Born To Lose” was also recorded. With the production of Sid Feller, the song was released in April 1962, it was a total success, reaching # 1 on the charts of: U.S. Billboard R&B Singles, US Adult Contemporary, US Billboard Hot 100, UK Singles Chart and Australian Singles Chart.
Music · 05/13/2020
“Come Live with Me “, a song written by Felice and Boudleaux Bryant, was recorded by Roy Clark for the Dot Records label, in November 1972, at Bradley's Barn, 722 Bender's Ferry Road, Mount Juliet, TN. In the same session also The song, “Somewhere Between Love and Tomorrow”, was recorded. With Jim Foglesong's production, the song was released in January 1973. On May 12, 1973, it peaked at # 1 on the US Hot Country Songs charts, remaining a total of 16 weeks on the charts. A week later, on May 19
Music · 05/13/2020
June Carter recorded it between October 2002 and March 2003, the song would be included in her post-album album, Wildwood Flower, (Dualtone 2003), it was June Carter Cash's last solo album. It was released in 2003 on the Dualtone record label, four months after his death and just a few days before the death of Johnny Cash, who provides backing vocals, making this the final release of his life. The album was produced by her son, John Carter Cash. The album's opening track, “Keep on the Sunny Side
Music · 05/12/2020
June Carter recorded it between October 2002 and March 2003, the song would be included in her post-album album, Wildwood Flower, (Dualtone 2003), it was June Carter Cash's last solo album. It was released in 2003 on the Dualtone record label, four months after his death and just a few days before the death of Johnny Cash, who provides backing vocals, making this the final release of his life. The album was produced by her son, John Carter Cash. The album's opening track, “Keep on the Sunny Side
Music · 05/07/2020
"That Summer", a song written by Pat Alger, Sandy Mahl, Garth Brooks, was recorded by Garth Brooks for the Liberty label, in June 1992, at Jack's Tracks, 1308 16th Ave. South, Nashville, TN. In the recording session Garth, he was accompanied by: Ty England (acoustic guitar, and backing vocals), Dave Gant (keyboards, fiddle and backing vocals), James Garver (electric guitar, percussion and backing vocals), Steve McClure (pedal steel and electric guitars) , Betsy Smittle (bass guitar and backing v
Music · 05/06/2020
“Me and Paul”, a song written and recorded by Willie Nelson for the label, was first recorded for the RCA label on May 4, 1971, at RCA Victor Studio, 800 17th Ave. South, Nashville, TN. Seven other songs were recorded on the same session, Willie was accompanied at the recording session by: David Kirby (guitar), Pete Wade (guitar), Chip Young (rythm guitar), David Zettner (guitar), Weldon Myrick (steel), Robert Thompson (banjo), Junior Huskey (bass), Jerry Carrigan (drums), Hargus Robbins and Jer
Music · 05/06/2020
“You're the Only One”, song written by Carole Bayer Sager and Bruce Roberts, was recorded by Dolly Parton for the RCA label, it was recorded in December 1978, at Sound Labs, Hollywood, CA, A and M Recording Studio, 1416 North La Brea Ave., Hollywood, CA and Salty Dog, Hollywood, CA. At the recording session for the album, Dolly was accompanied by: Dean Parks (guitar / and flute), Abraham Laboriel (bass), Jim Keltner (drums and percussion), Sid Sharp and Harry Bluestone (concert masters). With th
Music · 05/03/2020
“Out Behind the Barn”, song written by Boudleaux Bryant, was recorded by Little Jimmy Dickens for the Columbia label on January 22, 1954, at Castle Studio At The Tulane Hotel, 206 8th Ave. North, Nashville 3, TN. Three other songs were recorded at the same session: “Love song of the bayou”, “The better no do that” and “Closing time”. At the recording session Little Jimmy Dickens, he was accompanied by: Johnny Johnson (rythm guitar), Aubrey Richardson (electric guitar), Jody McCalley (steel), Joe
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

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