Sonny James placed 72 singles on the Country charts between 1953 and 1983, 23 of which made it all the way to the top and 13 of which into the Hot 100. He spent more time in the chart position than any other Country music artist. In 2006, he was inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame and has a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. In 2002, Collectors Choice released a Sonny James CD called "the Complete Columbia and Monument Hits". This 2011 Imported collection has an identical song listing and plays exactly the same, and the Collectors Choice version is better value than this real expensive import. I don't even remember who or what the other 3 albums were.
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All the great songs and lyrics from the "The Complete Columbia & Monument Hits" album ont he Web's largest and most authoritative lyrics resource. Dubbed the Southern Gentleman, James had 72 country and pop chart hits from 1953 to 1983, including a five-year streak of 16 strai. ore . Year: 2002. 1. When the Snow Is on the Roses. 15. You're Free to Go. 2:43. 16. In the Jailhouse Now.
Country-Pop Nashville. Earnest Gentle Refined Reserved Sentimental Sweet. The Complete Columbia & Monument Hits.
Watch the music video and discover trivia about this classic Country song no. Jambalaya (On the Bayou) - John Fogerty. That's Why I Love You Like I Do - Sonny James. Now Playing: Oldies Hits from 20s-80s .
James Loden, 1 May 1929, Hackleburg, Alabama, USA. The Country Music Hall Of Fame includes a guitar that Sonny James’ father made for him when he was three years old. James has been performing since that time and has played fiddle and guitar with the Lodens’ family revue. Sonny won several junior fiddle championships, although he was to play guitar on his records. Country & Bluegrass Holiday & Seasonal Pop, Rock. Essential Collection: 75 No. 1 Country Hits (3-CD). Come On In: Columbia & Monument Country 1972 - 1979 (CD).
Sonny James - The Southern Gentleman - Sings the Greatest Country Hits of 1972 by Sonny James. Originally by Charley Pride. The Happiest Man in the Whole . Originally by Donna Fargo. The Year That Clayton Delaney Died.
Sonny James enjoyed one of country music’s most successful careers. Between 1953 and 1983 he scored an impressive seventy-two chart records, forty-three of which reached the Top Ten and twenty-three of which went to Birth: May 1, 1928 - Death: February 22, 2016 Birthplace: Hackleburg, Alabama. In the 1970s, James switched to Columbia Records and continued his chart success with eleven Top Ten hits. In 1973 his production skills yielded Marie Osmond’s Paper Roses, a million-selling hit. He left Columbia in 1979 for Monument Records and in 1981 moved on to Dimension Records, for which he scored his last chart hit in 1983 with A Free Roamin’ Mind.
Template:Refimprove Template:Infobox musical artist. James Hugh Loden (May 1, 1928Template:Spaced ndashFebruary 22, 2016), known professionally as Sonny James, was an American country music singer and songwriter best known for his 1957 hit, "Young Love".
|1||When The Snow Is On The Roses||2:42|
|2||White Silver Sands||2:33|
|3||I Love You More And More Everyday||2:40|
|4||If She Just Helps Me Get Over You||2:50|
|5||Is It Wrong (For Loving You)||3:00|
|6||A Mi Esposa Con Amor (To My Wife With Love)||3:11|
|7||A Little Bit South Of Saskatoon||2:39|
|8||Little Band Of Gold||2:30|
|9||What In The World's Come Over You||2:30|
|10||Eres Tu (Touch The Wind)||2:40|
|11||The Prisoner's Song||2:52|
|12||Back In The Saddle Again||2:58|
|13||When Something Is Wrong With My Baby||2:59|
|14||Come On In||2:40|
|15||You're Free To Go||2:40|
|16||In The Jailhouse Now (Live Version)||2:50|
|18||This Is The Love||2:43|
|21||Hold What You've Got||2:45|