Claude King - Wolverton Mountain, is a country music song and 1962 crossover hit that established Claude King's career as an American country singer-songwriter. The song was a rewrite of the original version by Merle Kilgore, which was based on a real person named Clifton Clowers (Kilgore's own uncle). Clowers lived on Woolverton Mountain (the spelling was changed for the song) located 4 miles north of Center Ridge, Arkansas, some 50 miles (80 km) north of Little Rock. The song spent nine weeks at the top of the Billboard...
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