Jimmie Rodgers Sings Folk Songs - his third LP in less than two years - is a foray into the whimsical world of English folk ballads, such as "Black Is the Color of My True Love's Hair" and "Lord Randal, My Son," as well as the traditional American folk standards, including the story song "Soldier, Won't You Marry Me" and the decidedly modern. Both titles have been remastered from the original quarter-inch production tapes and as a result have never sounded as pure and full as they do on this -the-money two-fer. Interested parties should note that Westside plans to restore all eight of Jimmie Rodgers' non-seasonal Roulette Records titles as two-fers as well as his 1959 Christmas classic It's Christmas Once Again.
Jimmie Rodgers: все альбомы, включая The Complete RCA Victor Recordings, Lullaby Yodel, The Mystery of Number Five и другие. Hedy West, Judy Collins, Jimmie Rodgers. 2014 6 Original Albums. 2013 Original Album Plus Bonus Tracks 1960. Yodeling Over the Years.
Songs of Jimmie Rodgers is a 1951 country music tribute album, released by Lefty Frizzell, the album is also his debut. During his childhood, Jimmie Rodgers was a huge inspiration to Frizzell, who recorded many of Rodgers songs of during his career. Frizzell recorded his first album during his first sessions with Columbia Records. The track listing includes many of Rodgers' saddest songs, including some of his blue yodels ( and however he did not yodel.
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Jimmie Rodgers, Marty Murray. Jimmie Rodgers Rarity Collection - Jimmie Rodgers. Songs of the Wild West - Jimmie Rodgers.
Jimmie Rodgers always thought of himself primarily as a folk singer, yet most of the songs he sang were country flavored pop tunes because that was where the market was. His lilting, mellow voice was able to cross over easily to another genre of music, making him one of the most popular entertainers of the time. Unfortunately, in late 1967, his career was derailed by an off-duty policeman in California who stopped him, ostensibly for driving erratically. What happened next was never made clear
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