Product Description & Reviews
16 of the Singing Ranger's biggest hits and oft-covered classics! Includes the smash later borrowed by Ray Charles, I'm Moving On ; his hit made into an even bigger hit by Elvis Presley, (Now and Then, There's) A Fool Such As I; The Golden Rocket; Let Me Go, Lover; I Don't Hurt Anymore; I've Been Everywhere; Hello Love; Miller's Cave , and more! Canadian-born Clarence "Hank" Snow was already a star in his homeland when his "I'm Movin' On" became one of 1950's biggest country hits. This 16-track compilation samples nearly a half-century of his recordings for the Nashville division of RCA, including both smashes and entertaining tracks that didn't chart. With a voice that must have been a major influence on the likes of Willie Nelson (who cut a duet album with Snow in 1985) and Jimmie Dale Gilmore, Snow excelled at hard country that often carried more than a suggestion of swing. In addition to the likes of "The Golden Rocket," "I've Been Everywhere," and "(Now and Then, There's) A Fool Such As I," the disc offers fine versions of two Jimmie Rodgers tunes ("Mississippi River Blues," "Southern Cannonball"), a Snow-composed Rodgers tribute ("Confused with the Blues"), and a left-field pop-Dixieland track from the late '70s ("A Good Gal Is Hard to Find"). Both an introduction to Snow and a celebration of his versatility, this disc is an excellent bargain for seekers of true country greatness. --Rickey Wright
Features & Highlights
|Item Weight:||0.24 pounds|
|Item Size:||4.92 x 0.33 x 0.33 inches|
|Package Weight:||0.18 pounds|
|Package Size:||4.97 x 0.54 x 0.54 inches|
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