EAC extraction logfile from 4. November 2014, 19:10. Various, Dim Lights, Thick Smoke And Hillbilly Music 1956.
Various Artists - Dim Lights, Thick Smoke And Hillbilly Music-1945. Various Artists - Dim Lights, Thick Smoke And Hillbilly Music-1945. VA - Dim Lights, Thick Smoke And Hillbilly Music-1946. Various - Country & Western Hit Parade 1948.
Only 6 left in stock (more on the way). Only 4 left in stock (more on the way). Shortly, after the single was issued Starday decided to put it on a low budget Dixie 45 RPM Extended Play (EP) album. They put 3 cuts on each side including "Why Baby Why". However since a 45 could only hold about 11 minutes of music "Why Baby Why" was abbreviated.
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Various - Country & Western Hit Parade. 1955 - Dim Lights, Thick Smoke And Hillbilly Music. Dim Lights, Thick Smoke And Hillbilly Music 1955'. It was the year everything began to change. Dim Lights, Thick Smoke And Hillbilly Music 1958'. A couple of country industry giants made their first appearance in 1958.
Given the track list of Country & Western Hit Parade 1952, an entry in Bear Family’s stellar series of releases on the theme, one can see that for country music fans, this was an amazing year all around. For fans of traditional country & western music, this set is essential listening.
Tracks count: 10. Views: 4. Lucky Starr - I've Been Everywhere 02:23. Country Raceway - The Hit Crew, Willie Nelson. Sweet Dreams: Her Complete Decca Masters (1960-1963) - Patsy Cline, The Jordanaires. Memorable 100 - Jim Reeves, Jim Reeves". Moment Of Forever - Willie Nelson. Willie Nelson The Collection - Willie Nelson.
|1||–Marty Robbins||Singing The Blues||2:30|
|2||–Eddy Arnold||You Don't Know Me||2:39|
|3||–Ray Price||Crazy Arms||2:35|
|4||–Carl Belew||Lonely Street||3:07|
|5||–Johnny Cash & The Tennessee Two||Folsom Prison Blues||2:53|
|6||–Faron Young||Sweet Dreams||2:46|
|7||–Johnny Horton||Honky Tonk Man||2:16|
|8||–Hank Snow||Conscience I'm Guilty||2:31|
|9||–George Jones||What Am I Worth||2:51|
|10||–Benny Barnes||A Poor Man's Riches||2:08|
|11||–Jim Edward, Maxine And Bonnie Brown*||I Take The Chance||2:46|
|12||–The Louvin Brothers||I Don't Believe You've Met My Baby||2:10|
|13||–The Osborne Brothers & Red Allen||Ruby, Are You Mad?||3:02|
|14||–Reno And Smiley||I Know You're Married||2:40|
|15||–Porter Wagoner||Eat, Drink And Be Merry (Tomorrow You'll Cry)||2:27|
|16||–Webb Pierce||Yes I Know Why||2:31|
|17||–Johnny Cash & The Tennessee Two||I Walk The Line||2:48|
|18||–Johnny Horton||I'm A One Woman Man||2:02|
|19||–Wanda Jackson||Silver Threads And Golden Needles||2:40|
|20||–Hank Thompson||The Blackboard Of My Heart||2:19|
|21||–Ray Price||I've Got A Heartache||2:45|
|22||–George Jones||Just One More||2:45|
|23||–The Louvin Brothers||Cash On The Barrelhead||2:44|
|24||–Wynn Stewart||Waltz Of The Angels||3:10|
|25||–Jim Reeves||According To My Heart||2:31|
|26||–Kitty Wells||Searching (For Someone Else)||2:27|
|27||–Marty Robbins||I Can't Quit (I've Gone Too Far)||2:30|
|28||–Hank Snow||These Hands||2:53|
|29||–Billy Mize||Who Will Buy The Wine||2:36|
|30||–Carl Perkins||Dixie Fried||2:26|