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Jean Shepard, Gordon Terry, Floyd Cramer / Hank Snow, Jean Shepard - Country Music Time: No. 55 Jean Shepard / No. 56 Hank Snow album mp3

Jean Shepard, Gordon Terry, Floyd Cramer / Hank Snow, Jean Shepard - Country Music Time: No. 55 Jean Shepard / No. 56 Hank Snow album mp3
Country Music Time: No. 55 Jean Shepard / No. 56 Hank Snow
Country, Honky Tonk, Hillbilly, Gospel
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1903 mb
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Clarence Eugene "Hank" Snow (May 9, 1914 – December 20, 1999) was a Canadian-American country music artist. In a career that spanned more than 50 years, he recorded 140 albums and charted more than 85 singles on the Billboard country charts from 1950 until 1980. His number-one hits include the self-penned songs "I'm Moving On", "The Golden Rocket" and The Rhumba Boogie and famous versions of "I Don't Hurt Anymore", "Let Me Go, Lover!", "I've Been Everywhere", "Hello Love", as well as other top 10 hits.

This section does not cite any sources. Please help improve this section by adding citations to reliable sources. This is an alphabetical list of country music performers. It includes artists who played country music at some point in their career, even if they were not exclusively country music performers. George Strait in 2008. Blake Shelton in April 2010.

Reminiscing is the title of the first collaborative long-play recording by American country music artists Chet Atkins and Hank Snow, released in 1964.

Hank Snow Canadian-born Grand Ole Opry star famous for his traveling songs. Hank Williams pioneer, singer, and songwriter, known for hits including "I'm So Lonesome I Could Cry", "Your Cheatin' Heart" and "Jambalaya (On the Bayou)". Bill Monroe, father of bluegrass music. Norma Jean, gifted "hard country" vocalist, known also as Pretty Miss Norma Jean. Buck Owens, Hottest artist of the '60s, pioneer innovator of the Bakersfield sound. Gram Parsons, Parsons joined in early 1968 after leaving his pioneering International Submarine Band, the Byrds recorded the seminal country rock album, Sweetheart of the Rodeo. Country and pop music star, actress (most notably "9 to 5" and "Steel Magnolias"), songwriter. Hank Williams, J. Leader in the Outlaw country movement. Multi-instrumental talent, and song writing star.

She then declared no more CGPs would be allowed by the Atkins estate. Atkins did not have a strong style of his own until 1939, when (while still living in Georgia) he heard Merle Travis picking over WLW radio. This early influence dramatically shaped his unique playing style. Whereas Travis's right hand used his index finger for the melody and thumb for bass notes, Atkins expanded his right-hand style. Atkins's first hit single was "Mr. Sandman", followed by "Silver Bell", which he recorded as a duet with Hank Snow. His albums also became more popular. He was featured on ABC-TV's The Eddy Arnold Show in the summer of 1956 and on Country Music Jubilee in 1957 and 1958 (by then renamed Jubilee USA). Atkins's Gretsch Country Gentleman, model G6122, 1962.

Album · 2011 · 100 Songs. 96. You Can't Put The City In A Country Girl.

Roy Linwood Clark (April 15, 1933 – November 15, 2018) was an American singer and musician. He is best known for having hosted Hee Haw, a nationally televised country variety show, from 1969 to 1997. Clark was an important and influential figure in country music, both as a performer and in helping to popularize the genre

Hank Snow had been a huge fan and friend to the brothers since their arrival in Nashville t of time hanging out with them at his house or backstage at the Opry. In 1990 Hank Snow asked the brothers to perform at his tribute show so they reunited for this one night youtube. Chuck felt the song was 'finished' in 1972 so he pitched it to Hank Snow, who was recording an album for RCA. Hank recorded the song on the 23rd of August 1972. The Glaser Brothers had recorded the song in May of 1972 but did not release it until their 'Rehearsal Sessions: May, 1972 (feat.

Jeannie Seely Jean Shepard Montana Slim Arthur Guitar Boogie Smith Cal Smith Carl Smith Connie Smith Warren Smith Hank Snow Sons of the Pioneers Red Sovine Billie Jo Spears Carl Sprague Statler Brothers Wynn Stewart. Tennessee Ramblers Hank Thompson Mel Tillis Floyd Tillman Merle Travis Ernest Tubb Justin Tubb Tanya Tucker Conway Twitty. Porter Wagoner Jimmy Wakely Billy Walker Charlie Walker Jerry Jeff Walker Kitty Wells Dottie West Slim Whitman Don Williams Hank Williams Jr. Hank Williams Sr. Leona Williams Tex Williams Bob Wills Del Wood Smokey Wood Tammy Wynette.


A1 Jean Shepard I Used To Love You
A2 Jean Shepard Just Give Me Love
A3 Gordon Terry Wild Honey
A4 Floyd Cramer Flip Flop And Bop
A5 Jean Shepard How Can You Refuse Him Now?
B1 Hank Snow One More Ride
B2 Hank Snow Let's Pretend
B3 Jean Shepard I Thought Of You
B4 Hank Snow These Hands

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  • Produced For – U.S. Air Force Recruiting Service


  • Hosted By – Bob Rickman


Songs performed live, in-studio

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A runout; etched): F-79999 OSS CMT 55
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B runout; etched): F-80000 OSS CMT 56