Tennessee Ernie Ford - Country Hits...Feelin' Blue album download
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|A1||Try Me One More Time
Written-By – Ernest Tubb
|A2||No Letter Today
Written-By – Frankie Brown
|A3||Born To Lose
Written-By – Ted Daffan
|A4||Don't Rob Another Man's Castle
Written-By – Jenny Lou Carson
|A5||There'll Be No Teardrops Tonight
Written-By – Hank Williams
|A6||I Don't Hurt Anymore
Written-By – D. Robertson*, J. Rollins*
Written-By – J. Davis*, T. Daffan*
|B2||No One Will Ever Know
Written-By – F. Rose*, M. Foree*
|B3||Funny How Time Slips Away
Written-By – Willie Nelson
Written-By – Don Gibson
|B5||Tears On My Pillow
Written-By – F. Rose*, G. Autry*
|B6||May You Never Walk Alone
Written-By – Hank Williams
- Bass – John Mosher
- Guitar – Billy Strange
- Producer – Lee Gillette
Notesthe SM number connotes reissue. This was indeed originally issued in 1964, but the reissue is from an unknown (for now) date in the 1970's
|ST 2097||Tennessee Ernie Ford||Country Hits...Feelin' Blue (LP)||Capitol Records||ST 2097||US||1964|
|STK83747, 83 747||Tennessee Ernie Ford||Country Hits...Feelin' Blue (LP)||Capitol Records, Capitol Records||STK83747, 83 747||Germany||1964|
|T 2097||Tennessee Ernie Ford||Country Hits...Feelin' Blue (LP, Mono)||Capitol Records||T 2097||US||1964|
|ST 2097||Tennessee Ernie Ford||Country Hits...Feelin' Blue (LP)||Capitol Records||ST 2097||UK||1964|
Tennessee Ernie Ford. Tennessee Ernie Ford. Background information. In 1968, Ford narrated the Rankin/Bass Thanksgiving TV special The Mouse on the Mayflower. The mouse narrator seen at the beginning of the special, William the Churchmouse, was a caricature of Ford. Country Hits Feelin' Blue. World's Best Loved Hymns.
Hymns is an album recorded by Tennessee Ernie Ford that was released in 1956. It was the second best selling record in the United States in 1957. The album is one of the best selling of all time and spent 277 weeks on the Billboard 200. The album appeared the same year that Ford launched his 5-year NBC television series, The Ford Show, Starring Tennessee Ernie Ford. He closed each episode with a hymn. Who At My Door Is Standing".
Ernest Jennings Ford (February 13, 1919 – October 17, 1991), known professionally as Tennessee Ernie Ford, was an American singer and television host who enjoyed success in the country and Western, pop, and gospel musical genres. Noted for his rich bass-baritone voice and down-home humor, he is remembered for his hit recordings of "The Shotgun Boogie" and "Sixteen Tons".
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Tennessee Ernie Ford recorded "Sixteen Tons" in 1955 as the B-side of his cover of the Moon Mullican standard "You Don't Have to Be a Baby to Cry". With Ford's snapping fingers and a unique clarinet-driven pop arrangement, it quickly became a million seller. It hit Billboard's country music chart in November and held the No. 1 position for ten weeks, then crossed over and held the number 1 position on the pop music chart for eight weeks, besting the competing version by Johnny Desmond. The song has been recorded or performed in concert by a wide variety of musicians: 1955: Sung live by Elvis Presley in his early 1950s concerts, but never recorded
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