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Red Foley – Birmingham Bounce

Red Foley - Birmingham Bounce, is a 1950s song written by Hardrock Gunter. Hardrock Gunter's original version recorded in 1950 was nominated in Jim Dawson and Steve Probe's book, What Was The First Rock and Roll Record?, as potentially...

Red Foley – Tennessee Saturday Night

Red Foley - Tennessee Saturday Night, is a Western swing ballad written by Billy Hughes. The song tells of Tennesseans having a good time on a Saturday night. Each verse ends with the refrain: They all go native on a...

Carl Smith – Loose Talk

Carl Smith - Loose Talk, is a 1954 song written by Hardy Turner, who wrote it using his wife`s name, Annie Lucas. Hardy Turner and Freddie Hart, both under aged, served in WWII together. Freddie Hart (who also recorded...

Eddy Arnold – I’ve Been Thinking

Eddy Arnold - I've Been Thinking, is a song written by Boudleaux Bryant, performed by Eddy Arnold, and released on the RCA Victor label (catalog no. 20-6000). In January 1955, it peaked at No. 2 on Billboard's country and...

Hank Locklin – Let Me Be The One

Hank Locklin - Let Me Be The One, is a 1953 song written by Paul Blevins, Joe Hobson and W.S. Stevenson, and made famous by up-and-coming country singer Hank Locklin. Locklin, a fledgling country star who had formed a backing...

Eddy Arnold – You Don’t Know Me

Eddy Arnold - You Don't Know Me, is a song written by Cindy Walker based on a title and storyline given to her by Eddy Arnold in 1955. "You Don't Know Me" was first recorded by Arnold that year...

Carl Perkins – Honey Don’t

"Honey Don't" is a song written by Carl Perkins, originally released on January 1, 1956 as the B-side of the "Blue Suede Shoes" single, Sun 234. Both songs became rockabilly classics. Bill Dahl of Allmusic praised the song saying,...

Jimmie Davis – You Are My Sunshine

"You Are My Sunshine" is a song published by Jimmie Davis and Charles Mitchell in 1940. According to BMI, it has been recorded by more than 350 artists, and translated into 30 languages. In 1977, the Louisiana State Legislature...

Eddy Arnold – Cattle Call

Eddy Arnold - Cattle Call, a song written and recorded for the first time by Tex Owens for the Decca label, was recorded on August 28, 1934, in Chicago, IL. Eddy Arnold & His Tennessee Plowboys, recorded it for the...

Red Foley – Chattanoogie Shoe Shine Boy

Popular song written by Harry Stone & Jack Stapp, the first recordings of the song, date from 1949, Phil Harris And His Orchestra (RCA), Tommy Duncan And His Western All-Stars (capitol), but most recordings were made in 1950, the...
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Collin Raye – Love, Me

Collin Raye - Love, Me is a song written by Skip Ewing and Max T. Barnes, and recorded by...
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