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Various Artists - Rca Nashville Classics: The '50s flac album

Performer: Various Artists
Title: Rca Nashville Classics: The '50s
Style: Honky Tonk
Relesed: October, 1995
Rating: 4.9
Votes: 621
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RCA Nashville Classics: The '80's. RCA Nashville Classics: The '80's.

RCA Compilation Nashville Sound Music CDs. MCA Nashville Various Soundtracks & Musicals CDs. MCA Nashville Various Music CDs. Various RCA 2002 Music CDs. Various RCA Single Music CDs. Various RCA 1998 Music CDs.

Pat Boone became one of the most successful artists of the 50s with his heavily Pop-influenced "covers" of R&B hits like "Two Hearts, Two Kisses (Make One Love)", "Ain't That a Shame", and "At My Front Door (Crazy Little Mama)". Boone got his fame by covering black R&B hits, his cover versions of the original artists outsold the originals. By the late 1950s, the Nashville sound became country music's response to continued encroachment of genre by rock artists.

In the early recordings from 1917, you can sense the recording engineers trying to eke out the best from their equipment, up to the 50's, 60's, and onwards where they could record the instruments to sound as though they were in the same room as you. The album has some good jazz classics, and big historical names as far as jazz is concerned. listen and pick out your favourite musical instrument as it is being played, or your favourite artiste as he/she plays.

RCA Records Nashville. RCA Records Nashville.

The album was released by RCA Nashville. COLL Various Artists. Matters Of The Heart is the 1994 album by country trio Restless Heart. This features the hit song "Baby Needs New Shoes". The album was released by RCA Nashville. Restless Heart - Matters Of The Heart (1994) {RCA Nashville} . 1. In This Little Town (3:15) 2. Love Train (2:56) 3. Mind Over Matters Of The Heart (3:09) 4. Baby Needs New Shoes (3:10) 5. Hold You Now (3:25) 6. She's Still In Love (3:33) 7. You're A Stronger Man Than I Am (3:23) 8. Hometown Boy (3:32) 9. Sweet Whiskey Lies (3

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Take Me in Your Arms and Hold Me Cindy Walker Eddy Arnold
2 How Much Is That Hound Dog in the Window
3 I Forgot More Than You'll Ever Know Cecil A. Null The Davis Sisters
4 I Found Out More Than You'll Ever Know Betty Cody
5 Oh Baby Mine I Get So Lonely
6 I Don't Hurt Anymore
7 Satisfied Man
8 In the Jailhouse Now No 2
9 Cattle Call
10 Yonder Comes a Sucker
11 I Heard the Bluebirds Sing Hod Pharis
12 Stampede Darol Rice / Foy Willing Roy Rogers
13 Oh Lonesome Me
14 Send Me the Pillow That You Dream On
15 Blue Blue Day
16 He'll Have to Go
17 Three Bells
18 Tennessee Stud
19 Quicksilver Irv Taylor / George Wyle Rosalie Allen
20 I'm Movin' On Hank Snow Hank Snow
21 Poison Love Johnnie & Jack
22 Down on the Trail of Aching Hearts
23 Slow Poke
24 Stop That Ticklin' Me Grandpa Jones
25 Eddy's Song Cy Coben / Charles Randolph Grean Eddy Arnold

Credits

Rosalie Allen - Primary Artist
Eddy Arnold - Primary Artist
Cy Coben - Composer
Betty Cody - Primary Artist
The Davis Sisters - Primary Artist
Charles Randolph Grean - Composer
Johnnie & Jack - Primary Artist
Grandpa Jones - Primary Artist
Cecil A. Null - Composer
Hod Pharis - Composer
Darol Rice - Composer
Roy Rogers - Primary Artist
Hank Snow - Composer, Primary Artist
Irv Taylor - Composer
Cindy Walker - Composer
Foy Willing - Composer
George Wyle - Composer
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Excellent country & western music from the 1950s, when America was evidently nostalgic for bygone days yet willing to feel its way toward the future. Hear the space-age organ riff on Roy Rogers & The Sons Of The Pioneers' "Stampede," the romantic crooning in Eddy Arnold's "Take Me In Your Arms" or in Jim Reeves' "He'll Have To Go," the echoes of mid-western polka on Pee Wee King & Golden West Cowboys' "Slow Poke," and the shuffling snare beats and solid electric guitar breaks of Hank Locklin's "Send Me The Pillow That You Dream On" or Don Gibson's "Blue, Blue Day". Western serials and television shows were all the rage in 1950s America, and that cowboy flavor is well-represented here in songs by Roy Rogers, Elton Britt, and Hank Snow & Anita Carter. Homer & Jethro's "(How Much Is) That Hound Dog In The Window" is captured live from 1953 and the audience laughing along to the timeless comedy seems to be straight from "I Love Lucy." There is a bit of time travel in the update of instrumentation and backing vocals around Jimmie Rodgers' "In The Jailhouse Now" (sung twenty-some years earlier), and hints of times to come in Don Gibson's "Oh, Lonesome Me," and Hank Snow's "I'm Movin' On." Some music, such as Grandpa Jones' "Stop That Ticklin' Me," Porter Wagoner's "A Satisfied Mind," or Johnny & Jack's "Poison Love," seems to come from deep in the Smokey Mountains, the High Plains, or the Appalachians. Yet some, including The Browns' "I Heard The Bluebirds Sing" and Jim Reeves' "Yonder Comes A Sucker," brings the same music forward with insistent rhythms and modern strings and harmonic figures. Most (not all) of these songs are easily available in other collections, but as a statement of what one major record company was doing within one genre during this seminal decade, this one-CD anthology is truly inspired. The entire RCA Nashville Classics series spans the 1940s through the 1980s and is a worthy set of 6 CDs for your music collection.

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