Merle Travis Also Starring The Renfro Valley Pioneers - Merle Travis Also Starring The Renfro Valley Pioneers album download
|A1||–Merle Travis||Petticoat Fever|
|A1||–Merle Travis||Sweet Temptation|
|A1||–Merle Travis||I'm A Natural Born Gamblin' Man|
|A1||–Merle Travis||Spoonin' Moon|
|A1||–Merle Travis||Too Much Sugar For A Dime|
|B1||–The Renfro Valley Pioneers||Big Rock Candy Mountain|
|B2||–The Renfro Valley Pioneers||Blue Tail Fly|
|B3||–The Renfro Valley Pioneers||Bad Brahma Bull|
|B4||–The Renfro Valley Pioneers||Old Chisholm Trail|
|B5||–The Renfro Valley Pioneers||John Hardy|
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Merle Robert Travis (November 29, 1917 – October 20, 1983) was an American country and western singer, songwriter, and guitarist born in Rosewood, Kentucky. His songs' lyrics often discussed both the lives and the economic exploitation of American coal miners. Among his many well-known songs are "Sixteen Tons," "Re-Enlistment Blues," "I am a Pilgrim," and "Dark as a Dungeon.
Elton Britt Also Starring The Renfro Valley Pioneers - Sings (LP, Mono). Merle Travis Also Starring The Renfro Valley Pioneers. Merle Travis Also Starring The Renfro Valley Pioneers - Merle Travis Also Starring The Renfro Valley Pioneers (LP, Mono).
I'm A Natural Born Gamblin' Man. A1 –Merle Travis. Too Much Sugar For A Dime. B1 –The Renfro Valley Pioneers Big Rock Candy Mountain
Tex Williams A1 Life Gets Tee-Jus, Don"t It A2 Smoke,Smoke, Smoke A3 Talking Boogie A4 Goodnight Cincinnati A5 Tulsa Trot The Renfro Valley Pioneers B1 Careless Love B2 Letter Edged In Black B3 Carry Me Back To Old Virginia B4 Big Rock Candy Mountain B5 Goober Peas. Coronet Records – CX-278 (US). Thanks to snobb for the addition. No release results found : showing artist results instead.
Renfro Valley Gatherin' (also formerly known as Renfro Valley Sunday Morning Gathering ) is a United States radio program based in Renfro Valley, Kentucky. The Gatherin' is the third oldest continually broadcast radio program in America, and (since the 2007 cancellation of the WWVA Jamboree) the second-longest continually-running such program featuring country music; only the Grand Ole Opry (1925) and Music & the Spoken Word (1929) have been continually broadcast longer. The program begins with an opening hymn (sung by a choir, which includes audience members during live performances, accompanied by a reed organ), followed by an advertisement for upcoming events at the Renfro Valley Entertainment Center; this is followed by a listing of listeners' birthdays and anniversaries (limited to those 75 years or older or married 50 years or longer).