» » Jimmie Rodgers Snow - Country & Western Stars Of The 1940's And 1950's Vol. 3

Jimmie Rodgers Snow - Country & Western Stars Of The 1940's And 1950's Vol. 3 Album FLAC

Jimmie Rodgers Snow - Country & Western Stars Of The 1940's And 1950's Vol. 3 Album FLAC Performer: Jimmie Rodgers Snow
Album: Country & Western Stars Of The 1940's And 1950's Vol. 3
Country: Germany
Released: 1982
Style: Country
Label: Castle
Genre: Folk & World
Catalog #: LP 8203
Size FLAC: 2567 mb.
Size MP3: 2704 mb.
Rating: 4.7/5
Votes: 036
Record Source: Vinyl, LP, Compilation




Tracklist


1How Do You Think I Fell
2The Flame Of Love
3My Fallen Star
4(If You Don't Love Me) Why Don't You Let Me Go
5I Care No More
6Go Back You Fool
7Well Whadaya Know!!
8You Fool You
9Someone Else's Heartache
10The Meanest Thing In The World Is The Blues
11Rules Of Love
12Bee-Line


Notes


b1 spelled fell on back cover, feel on label


Album


The History Country & Western Music: 1940s. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей. James Charles Rodgers September 8, 1897 May 26, 1933 was an American singer-songwriter and musician who rose to popularity in the late 1920s. Widely regarded as the Father of Country Music, he is best known for his distinctive rhythmic yodeling. Unusual for a music star of his era, Rodgers rose to prominence based upon his recordings, among country music's earliest, rather than concert performances which followed to similar public acclaim. But soon Jimmie Rodgers Snow committed his life to Christ. For over 30 years Jimmie pastored Nashville's Evangel Temple. The Nashville church became a familiar place of worship for many country stars. In 2000 Jimmie finally returned to the recording studios to record a gospel album with a variety of styles. In August of 2006, Jimmie resigned his church to return to the road preaching and singing. Sítios: . Country & Western Stars Of The 1940's And 1950's Vol. 3 LP, Comp. Castle 3. LP 8203. Jimmie Rodgers and Country Stars: You and My Old Guitar. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. She died in a multiple fatality crash of her private plane at the age of 30. Patsy was one of the most influential, successful and acclaimed female vocalists of the 20th century. Many view her as an icon at the level of Johnny Cash and Elvis Presley. Best Country Music Country Music Artists Country Music Stars Outlaw Country Country Men Wanda Jackson Country Western Singers Waylon Jennings Loretta Lynn. A young Waylon Jennings. Jimmie Ch. Rodgers, Nelstone's Hawaiians. Country Western CD 2. Country Music. The Blues Collection : Hillbilly Blues. Blues Country Music Folk, World, & Country. All the Classic Material from one of America's Greats Disc E: Recordings 1932-1933. Hank Williams, Country Music Singer-Songwriter in the Big Business of Country and Western i. A Short Career That Cast a Long Shadow Williamss popularity as a country and western musician was virtually unrivaled in the late 1940s and early 1950s. Williams had an emotional singing style that projected sincerity. Bluegrass, the New, Old-Time Country Music i. Bill Monroe and His Blue Grass Boys a. Bluegrass developed during the postWorld War II era and can be traced to Bill Monroe and His Blue Grass Boys. Bluegrass music. 1 Jimmie Rodgers James Charles Rodgers, September 8, 1897 May 26, 1933 was an American country singer in the early 20th century, known most widely for his rhythmic yodeling. Among the first country music superstars and pioneers, Rodgers was also known as The Singing Brakeman, The Blue Yodeler, and The Father of Country Music. The Bristol sessions are considered the Big Bang of modern country music. There is more than one artist by the name 'Jimmie Rodgers'. 1 Jimmie Rodgers James Charles Rodgers, September 8, 1897 May 26, 1933 was an American country singer in the early read more. The country songs of the 1950s are steeped in Americana and tell the story of ordinary, hard working, hard drinking, and long suffering people just like many of us. The songs on this list from top classic country artists such as Don Gibson, Johnny Cash, Patsy Cline, and Hank Williams. Vote up the greatest 1950s country songs, or add a song that makes you love '50s country music it if it isn't already on the list. list ordered by. all voters. This 1950s hit from Patsy Cline peaked at 2 on the charts and essentially launched her storied country career. El Paso Marty Robbins. 1957 Jimmie Rodgers song written by The Weavers. Crazy Arms