Released: Genre: Folk, World, & Country. A4. Old Man And The River. A5. Honky Tonk Love Affair. B2. I Don't Hurt Anymore. Made In Canada on rear right bottom cover. Produced In Canada By Arc Sound Limited on bottom of label. S-5126 on front and rear top right of cover, SF5126 on labels.
A1 Lovesick Blues A2 Cold Cold Heart A3 Jambalaya A4 Old Man And The River A5 Honky Tonk Love Affair B1 Golden Rocket B2 I Don't Hurt Anymore B3 I'm Moving On B4 Eastbound Train B5 Silver Haired Daddy Of Mine. Produced In Canada By Arc Sound Limited.
Million Seller Country Hits Made Famous By Two Of Country Music's Greatest from Rusty Adams, Buzz Wilson () (LP). The image is a scan of the item which is for sale. Million Seller Country Hits Made Famous By Two Of Country Music's Greatest.
Everybody loves a million seller. They’re the biggest songs in pop, the tunes that almost everyone knows and gets behind. CHART FACT: George Michael has another million-seller, the weepy ballad about kissing people you shouldn’t be, Careless Whisper, which was Number 1 exactly 30 years ago this week ! 2: Maroon 5 FT Christina Aguilera – Moves Like Jagger. Today was gonna be the day, but they’ll never throw it back to you is one of the most famous opening lines of any rock song and Wonderwall as a whole is probably one of the most well-known songs of the 1990s. And yet it didn’t make it to Number 1, as any self-respecting pub quiz compère will tell you.
The song listed by some sources as the first million-selling country disc was recorded on 7 November 1949, by a 39-year-old Kentuckian called Clyde Julian Foley. He was a household name among country and western fans by his stage first name, Red, with a catalogue of hits dating back to the last days of World War II and a career that had started some 20 years before this new landmark, ‘Chattanoogie Shoe Shine Bo. Red Foley had first come to prominence way back in 1930 on the show National Barn Dance, then on another leading into wartime called the Renfro Valley Show
Million Seller Songs is a compilation album by American pop singer Andy Williams that was released in the fall of 1962 by Cadence Records. This third album to compile the singer's material features some of the most successful songs Williams had recorded to date (albeit, in most cases, successful for another artist). The collection made its first appearance on the Billboard Top LP's chart in the issue dated January 12, 1963, and remained there for 43 weeks, peaking at #54.
In 1963, Somerset Records released Hits Made Famous by Country Queens, a compilation album featuring Dolly Parton and Faye Tucker. Dolly sang six songs including one of her own original tunes. The list included Kitty Wells’ breakthrough song, It Wasn’t God Who Made Honky Tonk Angels. Wells’ original 1952 release sold more than 800,000 copies and became the first single by a female artist to top the country music charts. Dolly also recorded Two Little Orphans and Little Blossom, both traditional ballads. The album also included one of Dolly’s own original songs, Letter to Heaven. Faye Tucker recorded several Patsy Cline hits, including Walkin’ After Midnight, Crazy and I Fall to Pieces. Songs Dolly recorded on Hits Made Famous By Country Queens. It Wasnt God Who Made Honky Tonk Angels By Jimmy D. Miller.