All the great songs and lyrics from the "The One and Only Webb Pierce" album ont he Web's largest and most authoritative lyrics resource. Webb Michael Pierce (August 8, 1921 – February 24, 1991) was one of the most popular American honky tonk vocalists of the 1950s, charting more number one hits than any other country artist during the decade. 1. New Panhandle Rag.
The One and Only Webb Pierce. In 1950, before signing with Decca and beginning his five-year stretch of chart domination, Webb Pierce recorded 13 sides for King. Most of these songs were never re-recorded by Pierce, so the appearance of 12 of them on CD would normally make for an interesting-if not essential- purchase. Unfortunately, the tracks are utterly ruined by the addition of incongruous acoustic guitar and vocal chorus overdubs that sound as though they were recorded in a different decade (as they probably were). Even die-hard fans will have difficulty enduring this one. The unadulterated King recordings were once.
Album by Webb Pierce. Jilted Love. I'm Really Glad You Hurt Me (I Found Someone That's True). Georgia Rag. It's All Between the Lines. Lucy Lee. Sweetheart You Know I Love You So. English Sweetheart.
A collection of sides recorded for the Hollywood-based 4 Star label in 1949 and 1950. Other Versions (5 of 5) View All. Cat.
I Don't Care" is a 1955 song written by Webb Pierce and Cindy Walker and originally performed by Webb Pierce. I Don't Care" spent twelve weeks at number one on the C&W Best Seller charts and spent a total of thirty-two weeks on the charts. The B-side of "I Don't Care" a song entitled, "Your Good for Nothing Heart" spent six weeks on the Juke Box and C&W Jockey charts.
Album · 2006 · 27 Songs. Intro, Beaumont Rag. Webb Pierce.