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Roy Drusky - Songs Of The Cities mp3 download Performer: Roy Drusky
Album: Songs Of The Cities
Country: US
Style: Country, Easy Listening
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Columbus Stockade Blues. The Battle of New Orleans. I Left My Heart in San Francisco. Chattanooga Shoeshine Boy. Waterloo.

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Best songs and music of artist Roy Drusky. Download mp3, listen online for free, on your phone or computer. American country music singer, songwriter, producer, actor and disc jockey popular from the 1960s through the early 1970s. His highest-charting single was the No. 1 "Yes Mr. Peters", a duet with Priscilla Mitchell. Roy Drusky - I Can't Help It (If I'm Still in Love With You) (02:34, 320Kb/s). Roy Drusky - Three Hearts In A Tangle (02:35, 128Kb/s). Roy Drusky - Country Sunshine (01:51, 192Kb/s). Roy Drusky - (From Now On All My Friends Are Gonna Be) Strangers (02:28, 320Kb/s).

Biography by Jason Ankeny. Country singer and songwriter with a relaxed singing style, popular into his 50s. Read Full Biography. Country Music All Around the World.

A singer/songwriter often called "the Perry Como of country music," Roy Drusky enjoyed success throughout the 1960s as a performer in the Nashville sound vein. Born June 22, 1930, in Atlanta, GA, Drusky's mother, a church organist, tried for years to interest her son in music, but throughout his childhood he focused the majority of his energies on sports. The next year, he reached the Top Ten again with "Second Hand Rose," from the album It's My Way. Throughout the first half of the decade, he continued to release chart hits, peaking in 1965 with his lone number one, "Yes, Mr. Peters. He also issued two separate albums in 1964, Songs of the Cities and Yesterday's Gone. In 1965, Drusky appeared in his first film, White Lightnin' Express, and also sang the feature's title song; he later appeared in two other films, The Golden Guitar and Forty Acre Feud.


A1 Detroit City 2:39
A2 Columbus Stockade Blues 2:17
A3 Kansas City 2:44
A4 El Paso 3:03
A5 Abilene 1:56
A6 Battle Of New Orleans 2:04
B1 Texarkana Baby 2:57
B2 St. Louis Blues 2:27
B3 Birmingham Jail 2:34
B4 I Left My Heart In San Francisco 2:40
B5 Chattanooga Shoe Shine Boy 2:27
B6 Waterloo 2:04


Recorded at Columbia Recording Studios Nashville, October 9, 1963

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
MG 20883 Roy Drusky Songs Of The Cities ‎(LP, Album, Mono) Mercury MG 20883 US 1964
134 557 MFY Roy Drusky Songs Of The Cities ‎(LP, Album) Mercury International 134 557 MFY Netherlands Unknown
SR 60883 Roy Drusky Songs Of The Cities ‎(LP, Album) Mercury SR 60883 US 1964
MGW 12326, MGW-12326-W Roy Drusky Songs Of The Cities ‎(LP, Album, Mono, RE, Abr) Mercury Wing, Wing Records MGW 12326, MGW-12326-W US 1966
SRW 16326, SRW-16326-W Roy Drusky Songs Of The Cities ‎(LP, Album, RE, Abr) Mercury Wing, Mercury Wing SRW 16326, SRW-16326-W US 1966