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Porter Wagoner - Rubber Room: The Haunting Poetic Songs of Porter Wagoner 1966-1977 flac album

Performer: Porter Wagoner
Title: Rubber Room: The Haunting Poetic Songs of Porter Wagoner 1966-1977
Style: Country Gospel,Country-Pop,Gospel,Nashville Sound/Countrypolitan,Traditional Country
Duration: 01:17:34
Relesed: August 28, 2006
Recording date: 1966 - 1977
Rating: 4.2
Votes: 846
Other formats: WMA MP2 DMF MP4 MP1 AU

Porter Wayne Wagoner (August 12, 1927 – October 28, 2007) was a popular American country music singer known for his flashy Nudie and Manuel suits and blond pompadour. In 1967, he introduced a then little known Dolly Parton on his long-running television show, and they were a well-known duet throug. ore . Year: 2006. The Web's Largest Resource for. Music, Songs & Lyrics. A Member Of The STANDS4 Network. Our awesome collection of.

Porter Wayne Wagoner (August 12, 1927 – October 28, 2007) was a popular American country music singer known for his flashy Nudie and Manuel suits and blond pompadour. In 1967, he introduced a then little known Dolly Parton on his long-running television show, and they were a well-known duet throughout the late 1960s and early 1970s. Known as Mr. Grand Ole Opry, Wagoner charted 81 singles from 1954–1983. He was elected to the Country Music Hall of Fame. 1:The Bottom of the Bottle-1.

Posted on February 18, 2007February 18, 2007Uncategorized. 6 thoughts on The Haunting Poetic Songs of Porter Wagoner. Kyle says: February 18, 2007 at 4:57 pm. The song Julie is eerie and haunting to me. I’ve just finished a diviorce with my Julie. Met her @age 17, and it was 29years of huge ups and downs

Porter Wagoner, a country singer who mixed rhinestone suits, a towering cotton-candy pompadour and cornball jokes with direct, simple songs over a career best known for his partnership with Dolly Parton, died Sunday in Nashville. He was 80 and lived in Nashville. He had been hospitalized with lung cancer, the Grand Ole Opry said in announcing his death. Mr. Wagoner had 81 singles on the country charts, including 29 Top 10 records. His hits included Green, Green Grass of Home, Skid Row Joe and The Cold Hard Facts of Life. The song is part of an album Mr. Wagoner released last year, The Rubber Room: The Haunting Poetic Songs of Porter Wagoner, 1966-1977. At 16, Mr. Wagoner married Velma Johnson, and they divorced before his next birthday. In 1946, he married Ruth Olive Williams; they separated in 1966 and divorced in 1986. He is survived by his children Richard, Denise and Debra.

Rubber Room: The Haunting Poetic Songs of Porter Wagoner 1966-1977. In the Shade of the Family Tree. Gary S. Paxton & Friends, Vol. 2 - (The Power Of) "Repentance". When The One You Love. The Porter Wagoner Show featuring Norma Jean, Curly Harris and The Wagonmasters.

Porter Wayne Wagoner (August 12, 1927 – October 28, 2007) was an American country music singer known for his flashy Nudie and Manuel suits and blond pompadour. In 1967, he introduced singer Dolly Parton on his television show, and they were a well-known vocal duo throughout the late 1960s and early 1970s. He was elected to the Country Music Hall of Fame in 2002.

The fact that Porter Wagoner brought non-other than James Brown in to perform at The Grand Ol' Opry should give you some indication that he is much more than a pompador & purple Nudie suit. Murder, lust, madness,& sheer unmitigated heartbreak abound here. In short, this as macabre as Country Music gets. With perhaps, just the right amount of unintentional kitch thrown in to sweeten the deal

Rubber Room: The Haunting Poetic Songs of Porter Wagoner, 1966-1977, Omni, 2006. Wagonmaster, Anti, 2007. With Pam Gadd) 22 Country & Gospel Duets, 2008. Eng, Steve, A Satisfied Mind: The Country Music Life of Porter Wagoner, Rutledge Hill Press, 1994. Stambler, Irwin, and Grelun Landon, Encyclopedia of Folk, Country & Western Music, St. Martin's, 1983. Country-music legend Porter Wagoner recorded dozens of songs over a 50year career and hosted one of the longest-running country-music series in the history of television. He was also known for his duets with Dolly Parton, who was an unknown Tennessee singer when she began appearing regularly on The Porter Wagoner Show in 1967.

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Out of the Silence (Came a Song) Dolly Parton Porter Wagoner 2:52
2 The Rubber Room Porter Wagoner Porter Wagoner 2:41
3 George Leroy Chickashea Porter Wagoner Porter Wagoner 2:55
4 Cassie Dolly Parton Porter Wagoner 3:15
5 Fairchild Dolly Parton Porter Wagoner 2:30
6 Indian Creek Porter Wagoner Porter Wagoner 2:28
7 Lonely Comin' Down Porter Wagoner Porter Wagoner 2:48
8 Bones Porter Wagoner Porter Wagoner 2:02
9 Jim Johnson Porter Wagoner 2:33
10 Lonelyville Porter Wagoner Porter Wagoner 2:08
11 My Many Hurried Southern Trips Dolly Parton / Porter Wagoner Porter Wagoner 3:08
12 As Simple as I Am Dolly Parton Porter Wagoner 2:34
13 Woman Hungry Porter Wagoner 2:27
14 First Mrs Jones Porter Wagoner 2:45
15 The Cold Hard Facts of Life Porter Wagoner 3:13
16 Shopworn Ted Harris Porter Wagoner 2:16
17 Julie Waylon Jennings Porter Wagoner 2:35
18 The Carroll County Accident Bob Ferguson Porter Wagoner 2:48
19 Let Me In Porter Wagoner 2:44
20 Wino Dolly Parton / Porter Wagoner Porter Wagoner 2:25
21 The Bottom of the Bottle Anne Young Porter Wagoner 2:22
22 Nothing Between Porter Wagoner Porter Wagoner 2:36
23 Crumbs from Another Man's Table Porter Wagoner 2:36
24 He's Alone Again Tonight Porter Wagoner Porter Wagoner 2:27
25 Life Rides the Train Porter Wagoner Porter Wagoner 2:19
26 Little Boy's Prayer Porter Wagoner 3:27
27 My Last Two Tens Vic McAlpin Porter Wagoner 2:50
28 The Party Dolly Parton Porter Wagoner feat: Dolly Parton 2:54
29 Moments of Meditation Porter Wagoner Porter Wagoner 2:56

Credits

Jimmy Capps - Guitar (Electric)
Jerry Carrigan - Drums
Anita Carter - Accompaniment, Vocals
Pete Drake - Guitar (Steel)
Bobby Dyson - Bass
Dolores Edgin - Accompaniment, Vocals
Bob Ferguson - Composer, Original Recording Producer
Richard Grant - Design, Layout Design
Mary Greene - Accompaniment, Vocals
Ted Harris - Composer
Jan Howard - Accompaniment, Vocals
Waylon Jennings - Composer
Dave Kirby - Guitar (Electric)
Mack Magaha - Fiddle
Grady Martin - Guitar (Electric)
Vic McAlpin - Composer
George W. McCormick - Guitar (Rhythm)
Wayne Moss - Guitar (Electric)
June Page - Accompaniment, Vocals
Dolly Parton - Composer, Primary Artist
Simon Polinski - Remastering
Sandy Posey - Accompaniment, Vocals
Jerry Reed - Guitar (Electric)
Hargus "Pig" Robbins - Piano
Buddy Spicher - Fiddle
Jerry Stembridge - Guitar
David Thrussell - Liner Notes
Buck Trent - Electric Banjo
Pete Wade - Guitar (Rhythm)
Porter Wagoner - Composer, Original Recording Producer, Primary Artist
Don Warden - Guitar (Rhythm)
Jerry Whitehurst - Piano
Anne Young - Composer
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