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The Singing Ranger Vol. 3
mpn: BCD15502, ean: 4000127155023,
4.6 out of 5 stars with 78 reviews
(12-CD LP-sized box set with 44-page book) Start saving! This giant set (327 recordings!) takes the Hank Snow story into the '60s. The times they might have been changing, but Hank was still keeping it country. All his classic '60s hits like I've Been Everywhere, Miller's Cave, and Ninety Miles An Hour Down A Dead-End Street are here, but the story really resides in his albums. During these years, Hank was recording LPs that have come to be regarded as classics. He took time and care in
All Dressed Up & No Place to Go
4.7 out of 5 stars with 192 reviews
Nicolette Larson was a pop/country vocalist who gathered a loyal group of fans over her short life. Ssadly she passed away in 1997 at the age of 45 after putting out a handful of albums. Wounded Bird proudly presents her 5th album originally released in 1982. 2005..
Kenny Rogers: The Greatest Duets
mpn: 610583324723, ean: 0610583324723,
4.9 out of 5 stars with 109 reviews
Kenny Rogers faithfully blends all American music...pop, country, soul and gospel... to the delight of millions of fans. This is his fiftieth year in the music business, and in conjunction with Kenny himself, Time Life has complied his all-time greatest duets into one collection to celebrate his career milestone. In 1983, Kenny Rogers' duet with Dolly Parton on Islands in the Stream became one of the biggest-selling records of all time, and was later voted the 'greatest country duet of all
4.6 out of 5 stars with 44 reviews
One of Country Music's Best Loved Entertainers and Extraordinary Performers, Marty Robbins, Began his Career in 1947 Where He was Hired to Play and Sing at a Radio Station. A Long Musical Career was to Follow, Earning Marty Many Honors and Awards, and Eventually, in 1982, He was Inducted Into the Country Music Hall of Fame. This Collection Includes Marty's First Huge Success ''i'll Go Alone'' which Made it to the Top Ten in 195, as Well as his Second Hit ''i Couldn't Keep from Crying''..
RCA Country Legends: Hank Snow
4.4 out of 5 stars with 17 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
Through the Years
4.8 out of 5 stars with 196 reviews
Eyes That See in the Dark
mpn: MFR078635469721#VG, ean: 0078635469721,
4.3 out of 5 stars with 136 reviews
Kenny Rogers ~ Eyes That See In The Dark.
4.7 out of 5 stars with 25 reviews
From Where I Stand: The Black Experience In Country Music
By Warner/Reprise Cntry Adv
4.9 out of 5 stars with 255 reviews
From Where I Stand traces the history of a specific influence--the country tradition--on a particular group: black American musicians. In both conception and execution it's nearly perfect. Through three discs, this 60-song box shows how country music began in the string-band era as something shared, more than less, by both black and white musicians; how country songs have been a consistent source of inspiration to R&B and soul performers from Etta James to Al Green; and how singers such as
mpn: 5567, ean: 0076732556719,
4.6 out of 5 stars with 266 reviews
MCA Hits MCA-5567.
Ronnie Milsap: 40 #1 Hits
4.7 out of 5 stars with 223 reviews
Ronnie Milsap: 40 #1 Hits Long before Lee Roy Parnell copped Delbert McClinton for mainstream country, and Ronnie Dunn challenged Vince Gill for soulful-country-ballad supremacy, Ronnie Milsap brought sanitized R&B to Nashville. But as a full-rounded performer, Milsap also knew his way around deep-dish country, rock & roll, and middle-of-the-road smoothies, all of which he integrated into an enormously popular, piano-based country-pop style that earned him 40 chart-topping singles, six Grammys,
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