Various - 40 All Time Country Hits album download
|A1||–Roy Orbison||Pretty Women|
|–Jerry Lee Lewis||Medley|
|A2a||–||Don't Be Cruel|
|A2b||–||Johnny B. Goode|
|A3||–B. J. Thomas*||Keep Falling On My Head|
|A4||–Patsy Cline||Just Out Of Reach|
|A6||–Freddy Fender||Since I Met Your Baby|
|A7||–Carl Perkins||Blue Suede Shoes|
|A8||–Jennie C. Riley*||The Girl Most Likely|
|A9||–Conway Twitty||Born To Sing The Blues|
|A10||–J. L. Lewis*||Movin' Down The Line|
|B1||–Hank Locklin||Please Help Me I'm Falling|
|B2||–Patti Page||Tennessee Waltz|
|B3||–Roger Miller||King Of The Road|
|B4||–Freddy Fender||Wasted Days And Wasted Nights - Crazy Baby What I Say|
|B5||–Johnny Cash||Folsom Prison Blues|
|B6||–Jimmy Dean||Release Me|
|B8||–Skeeter Davis||Am I That Easy To Forget|
|B9||–George Jones||Cold Cold Heart|
|B10||–Faron Young||I'm A Free Man|
|C1||–Lynn Anderson||Rose Garden|
|C2||–Jimmy Rogers*||Kisses Sweeter Than Wine|
|C3||–J. L. Lewis*||I Believe In You|
|C4||–Frankie Laine||High Noon|
|C5||–Roger Miller||Little Green Apples|
|C6||–Patti Page||Changing Partners|
|C7||–Johnny Cash||I Walk The Line|
|C8||–Buck Owens||Rhytm And Booze|
|C9||–Roger Miller||Dear Heart|
|C10||–Dave Dudley||Seven Lonely Days|
|D1||–Freddy Fender||Before The Next Teardrop Falls|
|D2||–Hank Locklin||Send Me The Pillow|
|D3||–Skeeter Davis||The End Of The World|
|D4||–Johnny Cash||Train Of Love|
|D5||–Charlie Rich||My Heart Cries For You|
|D6||–Patsy Cline||Walking After Midnight|
|D7||–Glen Campbell||Walk Right In|
|D8||–Freddy Fender||Get Out Of My Life Women|
On the sleeve:
On the labels:
Made in Holland
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Rights Society: STEMRA
- Other (On Label Side 1&2): 08-55235
- Other (Category, disc 2): 28019
- Matrix / Runout (Stamped Side 1&2): NL 08-55235
- Matrix / Runout (Hand etched runout, side B): ∙ 28018 B∙
- Matrix / Runout (Hand etched runout, side C): ∙28019 A ∙
- Matrix / Runout (Hand etched runout, side D): ∙28019 B∙
|80010||Various||40 All Time Country Hits (2xLP, Comp)||Black Tulip||80010||UK||Unknown|
The tracks included on 20 All Time Country Hits are OK, but not essential for anyone but the most ardent fan. Basically, this is second-tier Nashville pop crossover material and album tracks. When compared to the hits these artists are known for, they sound flat.
Electronically reprocessed for stereo. All titles BIEM/MCPS Reader's Digest. Rights Society: BIEM/MCPS.
All Time Greatest Hits Of Country. 05. The Race Is On. Sawyer Brown. All Time Greatest Hits Of Country. 06. Family Tradition. Hank Williams, Jr. 07. You're The Only World I Know. 08. Are You On The Road To Lovin' Me Again. 09. Lookin' For Love (Re-Recorded In Stereo). Johnny Lee. 10. Paper Roses (Re-Recorded In Stereo). All Time Greatest Hits.
Looking for the best country music? We've rounded up the top country songs from twangy classics to Taylor Swift. Here are the best country songs of all time, by artists from Willie Nelson to the Dixie Chicks to, yes, Taylor Swift. Photograph: David McClister Willie Nelson. Believe it or not, country music is about a whole lot more than just pickup trucks, cowboys and smashing shot-after-shot at whiskey bars.
Country Music Collective. Exclusive Prime pricing.
The Greatest of All-Time Top Country Artists, Songs and Albums rankings are based on weekly performance on Hot Country Songs (from its Oct. 20, 1958 inception through June 4, 2016) and Top Country Albums (from its Jan. 11, 1964 inception through June 4, 2016). Radio Airplay + Sales Data + Streaming Data GREATEST OF ALL TIME COUNTRY SONGS. Artists are ranked based on a formula blending performance, as outlined above, of all their Hot Country Songs and Top Country Albums chart entries.
Artificial Intelligence. After spending nearly a decade with Stax co-penning soul hits for Sam & Dave, Isaac Hayes released his own solo album in 1968, which bombed. It was a year of tumult for Stax: Otis Redding has just passed away, and their entire catalog was being absorbed by Atlantic Records. Loretta Lynn's seventh album was named for her first Number One country hit, a feminist volley that established her persona as a country gal earthy enough to acknowledge the indignities she and her down-home sisters faced and fearless enough to stand up for herself.