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Subject: Columbia Country Classics?
From: GUEST,JTT
Date: 07 Sep 00 - 07:39 PM

Anyone know where I can find and buy some of the CDs in the Columbia Country Classics series, which has CDs for the 1940s, 1950s etc? They don't seem to be on CD Now.


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Subject: RE: Columbia Country Classics?
From: Lox
Date: 07 Sep 00 - 07:59 PM

Sorry guv, but heres a refresher.


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Subject: RE: Columbia Country Classics?
From: GUEST,JTT
Date: 07 Sep 00 - 07:59 PM

Actually, I've found the Columbia ones, but they're not what I'm looking for. These were called something like "Country Hits of the 1940s" (and 1950s and so on) or maybe "Country Classics of the 1940s" (etc).

They had all kinds of great and long-forgotten songs on them, including things like Cigareets and Whiskey and Wild Wild Women, and a bouncy ditty that started:

"Early one morning I was doing my rounds; took a shot a' cocaine and I shot my woman down; I went home and I went to bed; stuck that lovin' 45 beneath my head" and went on to tell a sad story of legal retribution, interspersed with cheery accordian breaks.


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Subject: RE: Columbia Country Classics?
From: Lox
Date: 07 Sep 00 - 08:26 PM

That's what the court system lacks.

Imagine:

"Court is adjourned, the clerk will now ask the accordion players to perform during the intermission."


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Subject: RE: Columbia Country Classics?
From: GUEST,Paddy(1)
Date: 07 Sep 00 - 08:46 PM

Its called Cocaine Blue

Here is another snatch (one John Cash included it on the famous Folsom Prison gig)

The judge he said as he started to grin
99 years in that Folsom pen
99 years underneath that ground I can't forget the day I shot that bad bitch down

Come all ye folks and listen unto me
Lay off that whiskey and let that cocaine be.

Paddy(1)


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Subject: RE: Columbia Country Classics?
From: Joe Offer
Date: 07 Sep 00 - 09:36 PM

Well, if you go somewhere like CDNOW (click) and put "Columbia Country Classics" under "album title" in the search box, you'll come up with a lot of Country Classics, not all from Cloumbia.
I especially like the Columbia Country Classics series, which includes a lot of terrific stuff. There is a five volume set of collections, titled "The Golden Age," "Honky Tonk Heroes," "Americana," "The Nashville Sound," and "A New Tradition." These CD's have 23 to 27 cuts each, which is pretty darn generous for country recordings. It's all wonderful stuff, too. Also in the "Country Classics" series, Columbia has a number of generous "The Essential So-and-So" CD's and box sets, from people like Marty Robbins, Johnny Cash, Bill Monroe, Roy Acuff, Ray Price, Bob Wills, Carl Smith, the Hoosier Hot Shoots, a Hank Williams Songbook CD, and Gene Autry (gee, don't they have women?). The CD's are distinguished by the tan background on their covers - I guess it's supposed to look like vellum, or cowhide, or both.
Well, they do have women on some of the cuts on the collections, but apparently Columbia did not have one woman who warranted her own "Essential" CD. Despite the lack of women, these are darn good CD's. And I have Emmylou CD's, so what need have I of other women?
-Joe Offer-


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Subject: RE: Columbia Country Classics?
From: SINSULL
Date: 07 Sep 00 - 10:14 PM

Have you tried Ebay?


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Subject: RE: Columbia Country Classics?
From: Dale Rose
Date: 08 Sep 00 - 12:00 AM

I can't be certain from what I read here, but I think the series wanted by JTT were on CAPITOL, rather than Columbia. I don't have nearly enough time at the moment to look, but later I will see if I still have them around somewhere. I think they had a silvery looking border on them.


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Subject: RE: Columbia Country Classics?
From: GUEST,Gene
Date: 08 Sep 00 - 12:42 AM

I have this CAPITOL series of 40s/50s/60s HITS...

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COUNTRY HITS OF THE 40's, 50's & 60's
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COUNTRY HITS OF THE '40's - SM-884

TEX WILLIAMS: Smoke! Smoke! Smoke!
MARGARET WHITING & JIMMY WAKELY: Slipping Around
MERLE TRAVIS: Divorce Me COD
TEX RITTER: There's A New Moon Over My Shoulder
AL DEXTER: Pistol Packin' Mama
TENN. ERNIE FORD: Mule Train
JIMMIE DAVIS: You Are My Sunshine
JIMMY WAKELY: One Has My Name, The Other Has My Heart
LEON PAYNE: I Love You Because
JACK GUTHRIE: Oklahoma Hills

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COUNTRY HITS OF THE '50's - SM-885

TENNESSEE ERNIE FORD: Sixteen Tons
FERLIN HUSKY: Gone
JEAN SHEPARD: A Satisfied Mind
HANK THOMPSON: The Wild Side Of Life
FREDDIE HART: Loose Talk
SONNY JAMES: Young Love
FARON YOUNG: If You Ain't Lovin'
JEAN SHEPARD & FERLIN HUSKY: A Dear John Letter
TOMMY COLLINS: You Better Not Do That
SKEETS MCDONALD: Don't Let The Stars Get In Your Eyes

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COUNTRY HITS OF THE '60's - SM-886

GLEN CAMPBELL: Gentle On MY Mind
WYNN STEWART: It's Such A Pretty World Today
WANDA JACKSON: Right Or Wrong
FARON YOUNG: Hello Walls
BUCK OWENS: I've Got A Tiger By The Tail
TEX RITTER: I Dreamed Of A Hill-Billy Heaven
MERLE HAGGARD: Today I Started Loving You Again
ROY CLARK: The Tip Of My Fingers
SONNY JAMES: The Minute You're Gone
FERLIN HUSKY: Wings Of A Dove

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Subject: RE: Columbia Country Classics?
From: Dale Rose
Date: 08 Sep 00 - 12:53 AM

There ya go ~~ just the ones I was thinking of ~~ thanks, Gene. If those are not the ones wanted, we'll just have to keep looking.


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Subject: RE: Columbia Country Classics?
From: GUEST,Gene
Date: 08 Sep 00 - 01:30 AM

TIME LIFE offers the following:

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TIME-LIFE CLASSIC COUNTRY-1950-1959

All I Have To Do Is Dream-The Everly Brothers [50-59]
Alone With You-Faron Young [50-59]
Am I Losing You-Jim Reeves [50-59]
Blue Suede Shoes-Carl Perkins [50-59]
City Lights-Ray Price [50-59]
Dark Moon-Bonnie Guitar [50-59]
Don't-Elvis Presley [50-59]
Fraulein-Bobby Helms [50-59]
Gonna Find Me A Bluebird-Marvin Rainwater [50-59]
Gotta Travel On-Billy Grammer [50-59]
Guess Things Happen That Way-Johnny Cash [50-59]
Honky-Tonk Man-Johnny Horton [50-59]
I Ain't Never-Webb Pierce [50-59]
I Can't Help It-Hank Williams [50-59]
I Can't Stop Loving You-Don Gibson [50-59]
I Don't Hurt Anymore-Hank Snow [50-59]
I Forgot More Than You'll Ever Know-The Davis Sisters [50-59]
I Want You, I Need You, I Love You-Elvis Presley [50-59]
Jambalaya-On The Bayou-Hank Williams [50-59]
Kisses Sweeter Than Wine-Jimmie Rodgers [50-59]
Pick Me Up On Your Way Down-Charlie Walker [50-59]
Poor Little Fool-Ricky Nelson [50-59]
Slow Poke-Pee Wee King [50-59]
The Story Of My Life-Marty Robbins [50-59]
The Wild Side Of Life-Hank Thompson [50-59]
This Ole Hou se-Stuart Hamblen [50-59]
Wake Up Little Susie-The Everly Brothers [50-59]
Why, Baby, Why-George Jones [50-59]
You Don't Know Me-Eddy Arnold [50-59]
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TIME-LIFE CLASSIC COUNTRY-1952-1957

A Dear John Letter-Jean Shepard And Ferlin Husky [52-57]
A Fallen Star-Jimmy C. Newman [52-57]
A Satisfied Mind-Porter Wagoner [52-57]
Crying In The Chapel-Rex Allen [52-57]
Don't Let The Stars Get In Your Eyes-Skeets McDonald [52-57]
Give Me More More More-Of Your Kisses-Lefty Frizzell [52-57]
Hey Joe!-Carl Smith [52-57]
Home Of The Blues-Johnny Cash [52-57]
Hound Dog-Elvis Presley [52-57]
I Don't Believe You've Met My Baby-The Louvin Brothers [52-57]
I Forgot To Remember To Forget-Elvis Presley [52-57]
I Really Don't Want To Know-Eddie Arnold [52-57]
I Take The Chance-The Browns [52-57]
I'm A One Woman Man-Johnny Horton [52-57]
In The Jailhouse Now-Webb Pierce [52-57]
Indian Love Call-Slim Whitman [52-57]
Just Call Me Lonesome-Eddy Arnold [52-57]
Kaw-Liga-Hank Williams [52-57]
Live Fast, Love Hard, Die Young-Faron Young [52-57]
Makin' Believe-Kitty Wells [52-57]
Mexican Joe-Jim Reeves [52-57]
My Shoes Keep Walking Back To You-Ray Price [52-57]
No Help Wanted-The Carlisles [52-57]
Now And Then, There's A Fool Such As I-Hank Snow [52-57]
Slowly-Webb Pierce [52-57]
The Fool-Sanford Clark [52-57]
There You Go-Johnny Cash [52-57]
Whole Lot Of Shakin' Going On-Jerry Lee Lewis [52-57]
Why Baby Why-Red Sovine And Webb Pierce [52-57]
You Better Not Do That-Tommy Collins [52-57]

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TIME-LIFE CLASSIC COUNTRY-1958-1963

A Little Bitty Tear-Burl Ives [58-63]
Act Naturally-Buck Owens [58-63]
Adios Amigo-Jim Reeves [58-63]
All Alone Am I-Brenda Lee [58-63]
Another-Roy Drusky [58-63]
Are You Lonesome Tonight-Elvis Presley [58-63]
Bird Dog-The Everly Brothers [58-63]
Blue, Blue Day-Don Gibson [58-63]
Can't Help Falling In Love-Elvis Presley [58-63]
Charlie's Shoes-Billy Walker [58-63]
Country Girl-Faron Young [58-63]
Don't Take Your Guns To Town-Johnny Cash [58-63]
Hot Rod Lincoln-Charlie Ryan [58-63]
If A Woman Answers-Hang Up The Phone-Leroy Van Dyke [58-63]
I've Been Everywhere-Hank Snow [58-63]
Just Married-Marty Robbins [58-63]
Leavin' On Your Mind-Patsy Cline [58-63]
Love's Gonna Live Here-Buck Owens [58-63]
Misery_Loves_Company [58-63]
My Last Date-With You-Skeeter Davis [58-63]
Oh-Oh, I'm Falling In Love Again-Jimmy Rodgers [58-63]
Oklahoma Hills-Hank Thompson [58-63]
Old Rivers-Walter Brennan [58-63]
San Antonio Rose-Floyd Cramer [58-63]
Scarlet Ribbons For Her Hair-The Browns [58-63]
Tender Years-George Jones [58-63]
Tennessee Stud-Eddy Arnold [58-63]
Trouble's Back In Town-The Wilburn Brothers [58-63]
We Must Have Been Out Of Our Minds-G.Jones-M.Montgomery [58-63]
When It's Springtime In Alaska It's 40 Below -J.Horton [58-63]

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TIME-LIFE CLASSIC COUNTRY-1960-1964

Abilene-George Hamiltion IV [60-64]
Cathy's Clown-The Everly Brothers [60-64]
Crazy-Patsy Cline [60-64]
Dang Me-Roger Miller [60-64]
Detroit City-Bobby Bare [60-64]
Don't Let Me Cross Over-Carl and Pearl Butler [60-64]
El Paso-Marty Robbins [60-64]
From A Jack To A King-Ned Miller [60-64]
He'll Have To Go-Jim Reeves [60-64]
Hello Walls-Faron Young [60-64]
I Fall To Pieces-Patsy Cline [60-64]
I'm Sorry-Brenda Lee [60-64]
Last Date-Floyd Cramer [60-64]
My Heart Skips A Beat-Buck Owens [60-64]
North To Alaska-Johnny Horton [60-64]
On The Wings Of A Dove-Furlin Huskey [60-64]
Once A Day-Connie Smith [60-64]
Please Help Me, I'm Falling-Hank Locklin [60-64]
Ring Of Fire-Johnny Cash [60-64]
Saginaw, Michigan-Lefty Frizzell [60-64]
Sea Of Heartbreak-Don Gibson [60-64]
She Thinks I Still Care-George Jones [60-64]
Six Days On The Road-Dave Dudley [60-64]
Still-Bill Anderson [60-64]
The End Of The World-Skeeter Davis [60-64]
The Race Is On-George Jones [60-64]
Three Hearts In A Tangle-Roy Drusky [60-64]
Walk On By-Leroy Van Dyke [60-64]
Welcome To My World-Jim Reeves [60-64]
Wolverton Mountain-Claude King [60-64]

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TIME-LIFE CLASSIC COUNTRY-1964-1968

All The Time-Jack Greene [64-68]
Begging To You-Marty Robbins [64-68]
Distant Drums-Jim Reeves [64-68]
Dreams Of The Everyday Housewife-Glen Campbell [64-68]
England Swings-Roger Miller [64-68]
Fist City-Loretta Lynn [64-68]
For Loving You-Bill Anderson And Jan Howard [64-68]
Four Strong Winds-Bobby Bare [64-68]
Girl On The Billboard-Del Reeves [64-68]
I Don't Wanna Play House-Tammy Wynette [64-68]
I Get The Fever-Bill Anderson [64-68]
I Want To Go With You-Eddie Arnold [64-68]
It's Such A Pretty World Today-Wynn Stewart [64-68]
May The Bird Of Paradise Fly Up Your Nose-Jimmie Dickens [64-68]
Open Up Your Heart-Buck Owens [64-68]
Saginaw, Michigan-Lefty Frizzell [64-68]
Swinging Doors-Merle Haggard [64-68]
The Bottle Let Me Down-Merle Haggard [64-68]
The Bridge Washed Out-Warner Mack [64-68]
The Carroll County Accident-Porter Wagoner [64-68]
The Easy Part's Over-Charley Pride [64-68]
The Image Of Me-Conway Twitty [64-68]
The Other Woman-Ray Price [64-68]
Then And Only Then-Connie Smith [64-68]
Things Have Gone To Pieces-George Jones [64-68]
This Is It-Jim Reeves [64-68]
Understand Your Man-Johnny Cash [64-68]
Waitin' In Your Welfare Line-Buck Owens [64-68]
Yakety Axe-Chet Atkins [64-68]
You're The Only World I Know-Sonny James [64-68]

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TIME-LIFE CLASSIC COUNTRY-1965-1969

All I Have To Offer You-Is Me-Charley Pride [65-69]
Almost Persuaded-David Houston [65-69]
Blue Side Of Lonesome-Jim Reeves [65-69]
Cryin' Time-Buck Owens [65-69]
Crying In The Chapel-Elvis Presley W/The Jordanaires [65-69]
Daddy Sang Bass-Johnny Cash [65-69]
Don't Come Home A-Drinkin'-Loretta Lynn [65-69]
Flowers On The Wall-The Statler Brothers [65-69]
Galveston-Glen Campbell [65-69]
Green, Green Grass Of Home-Porter Wagoner [65-69]
Harper Valley P.T.A.-Jeannie C. Riley [65-69]
Honey-Bobby Goldsboro [65-69]
I Walk Alone-Mary Robbins [65-69]
Is It Really Over-Jim Reeves [65-69]
Jackson-Johnny Cash With June Carter [65-69]
Just Someone I Used To Know-Porter & Dolly [65-69]
King Of The Road-Roger Miller [65-69]
Make The World Go Away-Eddy Arnold [65-69]
Mama Tried-Merle Haggard [65-69]
Next In Line-Conway Twitty [65-69]
Okie From Muskogee-Merle Haggard [65-69]
Only Daddy That'll Walk The Line-Waylon Jennings [65-69]
Ruby Don't Take Your Love To Town-Kenny Rogers [65-69]
Skip A Rope-Henson Cargill [65-69]
Stand By Your Man-Tammy Wynette [65-69]
Suspicious Minds-Elvis Presley [65-69]
Talk Good Care Of Her-Sonny James [65-69]
There Goes My Everything-Jack Greene [65-69]
Walk Through This World With Me-George Jones [65-69]
Wichita Lineman-Glen Campbell [65-69]

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TIME-LIFE CLASSIC COUNTRY-1970-1974

Behind Closed Doors-Charlie Rich [70-74]
Coal Miner's Daughter-Loretta Lynn [70-74]
Coat Of Many Colors-Dolly Parton [70-74]
Country Sunshine-Dottie West [70-74]
Delta Dawn-Tanya Tucker [70-74]
Do You Remember These-The Statler Brothers [70-74]
Empty Arms-Sonny James [70-74]
For The Good Times-Ray Price [70-74]
Funny Face-Donna Fargo [70-74]
He Loves Me All The Way-Tammy Wynette [70-74]
Hello Darlin'-Conway Twitty [70-74]
Help Me Make It Through The Night-Sammi Smith [70-74]
I Ain't Never-Mel Tillis [70-74]
I Can Help-Billy Swan [70-74]
I Love-Tom T. Hall [70-74]
If We Make It Through December-Merle Haggard [70-74]
If You Love Me-Let Me Know-Olivia Newton-John [70-74]
Kiss An Angel Good Mornin'-Charley Pride [70-74]
Lead Me On-Loretta Lynn And Conway Twitty [70-74]
My Woman, My Woman, My Wife [70-74]
Paper Roses-Marie Osmond [70-74]
Rose Garden-Lynn Anderson [70-74]
Satin Sheets-Jeanne Pruett [70-74]
Sunday Morning Coming Down-Johnny Cash [70-74]
The Grand Tour-George Jones [70-74]
The Happiest Girl In The Whole U.S.A.-Donna Fargo [70-74]
The Most Beautiful Girl-Charlie Rich [70-74]
We're Gonna Hold On-George Jones And Tammy Wynette [70-74]
When You're Hot, You're Hot-Jerry Reed [70-74]
You've Never Been This Far Before-Conway Twitty [70-74]

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TIME-LIFE CLASSIC COUNTRY-1975-1979

Always Wanting You-Merle Haggard [75-79]
Another Somebody Done Somebody Wrong Song-B.J. Thomas [75-79]
Before The Next Teardrop Falls-Freddy Fender [75-79]
Blue Eyes Crying In The Rain-Willie Nelson [75-79]
Burgers And Fries-Charley Pride [75-79]
Do You Know You Are My Sunshine-The Statler Brothers [75-79]
Don't It Make My Brown Eyes Blue-Crystal Gayle [75-79]
El Paso City-Marty Robbins [75-79]
Every Which Way But Loose-Eddie Rabbitt [75-79]
Golden Ring-George Jones [75-79]
Golden Tears-Dave And Sugar [75-79]
Good Hearted Woman-Waylon Jennings And Willie Nelson [75-79]
Happy Birthday Darlin'-Conway Twitty [75-79]
Heaven's Just A Sin Away-The Kendalls [75-79]
Here You Come Again-Dolly Parton [75-79]
If I Said You Had A Beautiful Body-Bellamy Bros [75-79]
It Was Almost Like A Song-Ronnie Milsap [75-79]
Luckenbach, Texas-Waylon Jennings [75-79]
Mama's Don't Let Your Babies Grow Up To Be Cowboys-WN & WJ [75-79]
Rhinestone Cowboy-Glen Campbell [75-79]
Rollin' With The Flow-Charlie Rich [75-79]
Sail Away-The Oak Ridge Boys [75-79]
She's Got You-Loretta Lynn [75-79]
Sleeping In A Double Bed-Barbara Mandrell [75-79]
Southern Nights-Glen Campbell [75-79]
Take This Job And Shove It-Johnny Paycheck [75-79]
Talking In Your Sleep-Crystal Gayle [75-79]
Together Again-Emmylou Harris [75-79]
Tulsa Time-Don Williams [75-79]
Wasted Days And Wasted Nights-Freddy Fender [75-79]

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TIME-LIFE CLASSIC COUNTRY-1980-1984

AllMyRowdyFriends-HaveSettledDown-Hank Williams, Jr [80-84]
Always On My Mind-Willie Nelson [80-84]
Common Man-John Conlee [80-84]
Crying My Heart Out Over You-Ricky Skaggs [80-84]
Drivin' My Life Away-Eddie Rabbitt [80-84]
Elizabeth-The Statler Brothers [80-84]
Elvira-The Oak Ridge Boys [80-84]
He Stopped Loving Her Today-George Jones [80-84]
Houston MeansI'mOneDayCloserToYou-Larry Gatlin [80-84]
I Believe In You-Don Williams [80-84]
I Love A Rainy Night-Eddie Rabbitt [80-84]
I Was Country When Country Wasn't Cool-B. Mandrell [80-84]
Islands In The Stream-Kenny Rogers And Dolly Parton [80-84]
Lookin' For Love-Johnny Lee [80-84]
Love In The First Degree-Alabama [80-84]
Never Been So Loved-Charlie Pride [80-84]
On The Road Again-Willie Nelson [80-84]
Party Time-T.G. Sheppard [80-84]
She Got The Goldmine-I Got The Shaft-Jerry Reed [80-84]
Slow Hand-Conway Twitty [80-84]
Somewhere Between Right And Wrong-Earl Thomas Conley [80-84]
Swingin'-John Anderson [80-84]
That's The Way Love Goes-Merle Haggard [80-84]
The Closer You Get-Alabama [80-84]
The Sweetest Thing-I've Ever Known-Juice Newton [80-84]
Theme From The Dukes Of Hazzard-Waylon Jennings [80-84]
There's No Getting' Over Me-Ronnie Milsap [80-84]
Til I Gain Control Again-Crystal Gayle [80-84]
Wild And Blue-John Anderson [80-84]
You're The Reason God Made Oklahoma-Frizzell & West [80-84]

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TIME-LIFE CLASSIC COUNTRY-40s-Gold

Blues Stay Away From Me-The Delmore Brothers [40s-GOLD]
Born to Lose-Ted Daffan [40s-GOLD]
Bouquet of Roses-Eddy Arnold [40s-GOLD]
Candy Kisses-George Morgan [40s-GOLD]
Have I Told You Lately That I Love You-Gene Autry [40s-GOLD]
Have You Ever Been Lonely-Ernest Tubb [40s-GOLD]
I Love You So Much, It Hurts-Floyd Tillman [40s-GOLD]
I'll Hold You In My Heart-Eddy Arnold [40s-GOLD]
I'm Wastin' My Tears On You-Tex Ritter [40s-GOLD]
ÿ Lovesick Blues-Hank Williams [40s-GOLD]
Mule Train-Tennessee Ernie Ford [40s-GOLD]
New San Antonio Rose-Bob Wills [40s-GOLD]
One Has My Name-The Other Has My Heart -Jimmy Wakely [40s-GOLD]
Pistol Packin' Mama-Al Dexter [40s-GOLD]
Shame on You-Spade Cooley [40s-GOLD]
Signed Sealed and Delivered-Cowboy Copas [40s-GOLD]
ÿÿ Slipping Around-Margaret Whiting and Jimmy Wakely [40s-GOLD]
Smoke on the Water-Red Foley [40s-GOLD]
Smoke! Smoke! Smoke!-That Cigarette-Tex Williams [40s-GOLD]
So Long, Pal-Al Dexter [40s-GOLD]
So Round, So Firm, So Fully Packed-Merle Travis [40s-GOLD]
Stay A Little Longer-Bob Wills [40s-GOLD]
Tennessee Waltz-Pee Wee King [40s-GOLD]
There's a Star-Spangled Banner Waving Somewhere-Elton Britt [40s-GOLD]
Tumbling Tumbleweeds-Sons of the Pioneers [40s-GOLD]
Wabash Cannon Ball-Roy Acuff [40s-GOLD]
Walking the Floor over You-Ernest Tubb [40s-GOLD]
When My Blue Moon Turns To Gold Again-Wiley And Gene [40s-GOLD]
Why Don't You Haul Off And Love Me-Wayne Raney [40s-GOLD]
You Are My Sunshine-Gene Autry [40s-GOLD]

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TIME-LIFE CLASSIC COUNTRY-1950s-Gold

All I Have To Do Is Dream-The Everly Brothers [50s-GOLD]
Alone With You-Faron Young [50s-GOLD]
Am I Losing You-Jim Reeves [50s-GOLD]
Blue Suede Shoes-Carl Perkins [50s-GOLD]
Chattanoogie Shoe Shine Boy-Red Foley [50s-GOLD]
City Lights-Ray Price [50s-GOLD]
Dark Moon-Bonnie Guitar [50s-GOLD]
Don't-Elvis Presley [50s-GOLD]
Fraulein-Bobby Helms [50s-GOLD]
Gonna Find Me A Bluebird-Marvin Rainwater [50s-GOLD]
Gotta Travel On-Billy Grammer [50s-GOLD]
Guess Things Happen That Way-Johnny Cash [50s-GOLD]
Honky-Tonk Man-Johnny Horton [50s-GOLD]
I Ain't Never-Webb Pierce [50s-GOLD]
I Can't Help It-Hank Williams [50s-GOLD]
I Can't Stop Loving You-Don Gibson [50s-GOLD]
I Don't Hurt Anymore-Hank Snow [50s-GOLD]
I Forgot More Than You'll Ever Know-The Davis Sisters [50s-GOLD]
I Want You, I Need You, I Love You-Elvis Presley [50s-GOLD]
Jambalaya-On The Bayou-Hank Williams [50s-GOLD]
Kisses Sweeter Than Wine-Jimmie Rodgers [50s-GOLD]
Pick Me Up On Your Way Down-Charlie Walker [50s-GOLD]
Poor Little Fool-Ricky Nelson [50s-GOLD]
Slow Poke-Pee Wee King [50s-GOLD]
The Story Of My Life-Marty Robbins [50s-GOLD]
The Wild Side Of Life-Hank Thompson [50s-GOLD]
This Ole House-Stuart Hamblen [50s-GOLD]
Wake Up Little Susie-The Everly Brothers [50s-GOLD]
Why, Baby, Why-George Jones [50s-GOLD]
You Don't Know Me-Eddy Arnold [50s-GOLD]

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TIME-LIFE CLASSIC COUNTRY-60s Gold
500 Miles Away From Home-Bobby Bare [60s-GOLD]
Alabam'-Cowboy Copas [60s-GOLD]
Big Bad John-Jimmy Dean [60s-GOLD]
By The Time I Get To Phoenix-Glen Campbell [60s-GOLD]
Chug-A-Lug-Roger Miller [60s-GOLD]
Devil Woman-Marty Robbins [60s-GOLD]
D-I-V-O-R-C-E-Tammy Wynette [60s-GOLD]
Don't Worry 'Bout Me-Marty Robbins [60s-GOLD]
Folsom Prison Blues-Johnny Cash [60s-GOLD]
Funny How Time Slips Away-Willie Nelson [60s-GOLD]
I Guess I'm Crazy-Jim Reeves [60s-GOLD]
I've Got A Tiger By The Tail-Buck Owens [60s-GOLD]
It Keeps Right On A-Hurtin'-Johnny Tillotson [60s-GOLD]
Let's Think About Living-Bob Luman [60s-GOLD]
Lonesome 7-7203-Hankshaw Hawkins [60s-GOLD]
Mama Sang A Song-Bill Anderson [60s-GOLD]
My Elusive Dreams-David Houston & Tammy Wynette [60s-GOLD]
Ode To Billy Joe-Bobbie Gentry [60s-GOLD]
She's Got You-Patsy Cline [60s-GOLD]
Sink The Bismarck-Johnny Horton [60s-GOLD]
Statue Of A Fool-Jack Greene [60s-GOLD]
Sweet Dreams-Of You-Patsy Cline [60s-GOLD]
Talk Back Trembling Lips-Ernest Ashworth [60s-GOLD]
The Ballad Of Jed Clampett-Lester Flatt And Earl Scruggs [60s-GOLD]
The Window Up Above-George Jones [60s-GOLD]
Together Again-Buck Owens [60s-GOLD]
What's He Doing In My World-Eddy Arnold [60s-GOLD]
What's Made Milwaukee Famous-Jerry Lee Lewis [60s-GOLD]
You Ain't Woman Enough-Loretta Lynn [60s-GOLD]

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TIME-LIFE CLASSIC COUNTRY-1970s-Gold

After The Fire Is Gone-Conway And Loretta [70s-GOLD]
Amanda-Waylon Jennings [70s-GOLD]
Blue Skies-Willie Nelson [70s-GOLD]
Convoy-C.W. Mccall [70s-GOLD]
Country Bumpkin-Cal Smith [70s-GOLD]
Family Tradition-Hank Williams Jr [70s-GOLD]
I Won't Mention It Again-Ray Price [70s-GOLD]
If Loving You Is Wrong, I Don't Want To Be Right-B. Mandrell [70s-GOLD]
I'll Go To My Grave Loving You-The Statler Brothers [70s-GOLD]
I'm Not Lisa-Jessi Colter [70s-GOLD]
Is Anybody Goin' To San Antone-Charlie Pride [70s-GOLD]
It Must Be Love-Don Williams [70s-GOLD]
Jolene-Dolly Parton [70s-GOLD]
Linda On My Mind-Conway Twitty [70s-GOLD]
Love Is The Foundation-Loretta Lynn [70s-GOLD]
Near You-George Jones And Tammy Wynette [70s-GOLD]
Please Don't Tell Me How The Story Ends-Ronny Milsap [70s-GOLD]
Rose Colored Glasses-John Conlee [70s-GOLD]
Rub It In-Billy 'Crash' Craddock [70s-GOLD]
She's Too Good To Be True-Charley Pride [70s-GOLD]
Teddy Bear Song-Barbara Fairchild [70s-GOLD]
The Devil Went Down To Georgia-Charlie Daniels Band [70s-GOLD]
The Door-George Jones [70s-GOLD]
The Girls All Get Prettier At Closing Time-Mickey Gilley [70s-GOLD]
Til I Can Make It On My Own-Tammy Wynette [70s-GOLD]
Til The Rivers All Run Dry-Don Williams [70s-GOLD]
Why Have You Left The One You Left Me For-Crystal Gayle [70s-GOLD]
Y'all Come Back Saloon-The Oak Bridge Boys [70s-GOLD]
You'll Lose A Good Thing-Freddy Fender [70s-GOLD]

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Subject: RE: Columbia Country Classics?
From: GUEST,JTT
Date: 08 Sep 00 - 03:36 AM

Yes! Yes! Yes! Thanks, Gene! That's the ones!

And thanks for Time-Life too - they sound fantastic.


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Subject: RE: Columbia Country Classics?
From: GUEST,Gene
Date: 08 Sep 00 - 12:18 PM

Tracks on the COLUMBIA COUNTRY CLASSICS JOE MENTIONED above

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Columbia Country Classics
(The Golden Age) Volume 1

The Carter Family-Can The Circle Be Unbroken
Roy Acuff & His Crazy Tennesseans-Great Speckled Bird
The Chuck Wagon Gang-After The Sunrise
Autry, Gene: Gene Autry-You Are My Sunshine
Patsy Montana And The Prairie Ramblers-I Want To Be A Cowboy's Sweetheart
Al Dexter & His Troopers-Pistol Packin' Mama
Autry, Gene: Gent Autry-Back In The Saddle Again
Bob Wills And His Texas Playboys-New San Antonio Rose
Bob Wills And His Texas Playboys-Time Changes Everything
Gene Autry-It Makes No Difference Now
Bob Wills And His Texas Playboys-Take Me Back To Tulsa
Ruby, Texas: Texas Ruby-Don't Let That Man Get You Down
Spade Cooley-Shame On You
Ted Daffan's & His Texan's-Born To Lose
Wiley Walker And Gene Sullivan-When My Blue Moon Turns To Gold Again
Roy Acuff And His Smokey Mountain Boys-Wreck On The Highway
The Cumberland Mountian Folks-When God Comes And Gathers His Jewels
Molly O'day And The Cumberland Mountain Folks-The Tramp On The Street
Roy Acuff And His Smokey Mountain Boys-I Saw The Light
Wilma Lee And Stoney Cooper W/Clinch Mountain Clan-Are You Walking And A-Talking For The Lord
Bill Monroe And His Bluegrass Boys-Molly And Tenbrooks
Molly O'day And The Cumberland Mountain Folks-Poor Ellen Smith
Roy Acuff And His Smokey Mountain Boys-Wabash Cannonball
Roy Acuff And His Smokey Mountain Boys-Blue Eyes Crying In The Rain
Bill Monroe And His Bluegrass Boys-Blue Moon Of Kentucky
The Stanley Brothersw/Clinch Mountain Boys-The Fields Have Turned Brown
Flatt & Scruggs-Don't Get Above Your Raisin'

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Columbia Country Classics
Vol. 2 (Honky Tonk Heroes)

Bob Wills & His Texas Playboys-Brain Cloudy Blues
Floyd Tillman-Slipping Around
Floyd Tilman-This Cold War With You
Stuart Hamblen-(Remember Me) I'm The One Who Loves You
Floyd Tilman-I Love You So Much It Hurts
George Morgan-Room Full Of Roses
Carl Smith-I Overlooked An Orchid
Little Jimmy Dickens-Country Boy
Little Jimmy Dickens-Take An Old Cold 'Tater (and Wait)
Carl Smith-Let Old Mother Nature Have Her Way
Little Jimmy Dickens-A Sleepin' At The Foot Of The Bed
Lefty Frizzell-If You've Got The Money, I've Got The Time
Lefty Frizzell-I Love You A Thousand Ways
Marty Robbins-I Couldn't Keep From Crying
Lefty Frizzell-Always Late (With Your Kisses)
Carl Smith-Hey Joe!
Jonny Horton-Honky Tonk Man
Ray Price-Crazy Arms
Marty Robbins-Knee Deep In The Blues
Ray Price-Invitation To The Blues
Charlie Walker-Pick Me Up On Your Way Down
Ray Price-Heartaches By The Number
Stonewall Jackson-Why I'm Walkin'
Charlie Walker-Who Will Buy The Wine
Carl Butler-Honky Tonkitis
Ray Price-Heart Over Mind
Carl Butler-Don't Let Me Cross Over
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Columbia Country Classics
Vol. 3 (Americana)

Fess Parker-Ballad of Davy Crockett
Johnny Cash-Don't Take Your Guns to Town
Marty Robbins-Big Iron
Johnny Western-The Ballad of Paladin
Marty Robbins-El Paso
Billy Walker-Cross the Brazos at Waco
Lefty Frizzell-Long Black Veil
Stonewall Jackson-Life to Go
Jimmy Dean-Big Bad John
Johnny Cash-Tennessee Flat Top Box
Claude King-Wolverton Mountain
Lefty Frizzell-Saginaw Michigan
Johnny Horton-North to Alaska
Hawkshaw Hawkins-Twenty Miles from Shore
Johnny Horton-The Battle of New Orleans
Hawkshaw Hawkins-Soldier's Joy
Stonewall Jackson-Waterloo
Flatt & Scruggs & Foggy Mountain Boys-The Ballad of Jed Clampett
Little Jimmy Dickens-May the Bird of Paradise Fly Up Your Nose
The Statler Brothers-Flowers on the Wall
Tommy Collins-If You Can't Bite, Don't Growl
Johnny Cash-A Boy Named Sue
The Charlie Daniels Band-The Devil Went Down to Georgia
Merle Haggard & Willie Nelson-Pancho and Lefty
Waylon, Willie, Johnny & Kris-Highwayman

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Columbia Country Classics
Vol. 4: The Nashville Sound

I Still Miss Someone (Johnny Cash)
Singing The Blues (Marty Robbins)
Charlie's Shoes (Billy Walker)
Devil Woman (Marty Robbins)
Ring Of Fire (Johnny Cash)
Jackson (Johnny Cash & June Carter)
A Wound Time Can't Erase (Stonewall Jackson)
I Can't Seem To Say Goodbye (Hawkshaw Hawkins)
I Think I know (Marion Worth)
Funny How Time Slips Away (Billy Walker)
Night Live (Ray Price)
Almost Persuaded (David Houston)
My Elusive Dreams (David Houston & Tammy Wynette)
Stand By Your Man (Tammy Wynette)
Bring Him Home Safely To Me (Sandy Posey)
I Take It On Home (Charlie Rich)
Take Me (George Jones & Tammy Wynette)
Behind Closed Doors (Charlie Rich)
The Most Beautiful Girl (Charlie Rich)
She's All I Got (Johnny Paycheck)
A Picture Of Me Without You (George Jones)
The Midnight Oil (Barbara Mandrell)
The Grand Tour (George Jones)
I Never Promised You A Rose Garden (Lynn Anderson)
For The Good Times (Ray Price)
Would You Lay With Me In A Field Of Stone (Tanya Tucker)

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Columbia Country Classics
Vol. 5 (A New Tradition)

Johnny Cash-Daddy Sang Bass
Bob Dylan-I'll Be Your Baby Tonight
The Byrds-Hickory Wind
Jim & Jesse-When I Stop Dreaming
Poco-Pickin' Up The Pieces
Herb Pedersen-Can't You Hear Me Calling
Ricky Skaggs-Uncle Pen
Willie Nelson-Blue Eyes Crying In The Rain
Crystal Gayle-Miss The Mississippi And You
Willie Nelson & Ray Price-Faded Love
Merle Haggard-Big City
Asleep at the Wheel-Ch'oo Choo Ch' Boogie
Larry Gatlin & The Gatlin Bros-Houston (Means I'm One Day Closer To You)
Marty Robbins-El Paso City
David Allan Coe-The Ride
Moe Brandy-Hank Williams, You Wrote My Life
David Wills-There's A Song On The Jukebox
George Jones-He Stopped Loving Her Today
Ricky Van Shelton-Life Turned Her That Way
The O'Kanes-Oh Darlin'
Rodney Crowell-I Couldn't Leave You If I Tried
Sweethearts Of The Rodeo-So Sad (To Watch Good Love Go Bad)
Rosanne Cash-Seven Year Ache

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Subject: RE: Columbia Country Classics?
From: GUEST,JTT
Date: 08 Sep 00 - 01:02 PM

Political correctness must have struck. I see Cocaine Blues is no longer one of the tracks on the Capitol collection. Alas!


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Subject: RE: Columbia Country Classics?
From: GUEST,Gene
Date: 08 Sep 00 - 08:40 PM

Another 2-CD set of the TIME LIFE series above

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Classic Country: 1941 - 1951 (Disc One)

Bob Wills: Take Me Back To Tulsa
Jack Guthrie: Oklahoma Hills
Hank Thompson: Humpty Dumpty Heart
Jimmy Wakely: I Love You So Much It Hurts
Sons Of The Pioneers: Cool Clear Water
Gene Autry: Buttons And Bows
Jimmie Davis: There's A New Moon Over My Shoulder
Eddy Arnold: It's A Sin
Hank Williams: Mind Your Own Business
Lefty Frizzell: I Love You A Thousand Ways
Carl Smith: Let Old Mother Nature Have Her Way
Al Dexter: I'm Losing My Mind Over You
Moon Mulligan: I'll Sale My Ship Alone
Wesley Tuttle: Detour
T. Texas Tyler: Deck Of Cards

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Classic Country: 1941 - 1951 (Disk Two)

Red Foley: Tennessee Saturday Night
Hank Snow: Rhumba Boogie
Johnnie & Jack: Poison Love
Floyd Tillman: Drivin' Nails In My Coffin
Ernest Tubb: It's Been So Long
Ted Daffan: No Letter Today
Eddy Arnold: Anytime
George Morgan: Room Full Of Roses
Al Dexter: Guitar Polka
Merle Travis: Divorce Me C.O.D.
Hoosier Hot Shots: Sioux City Sue
Stuart Hamblen: (Remember Me) I'm The One Who Loves You
Lefty Frizzell: I Want To Be With You Always
Leon Payne: I Love You Because
Hank Williams: I'm So Lonesome I Could Cry

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Subject: RE: Columbia Country Classics?
From: GUEST,Gene
Date: 08 Sep 00 - 09:00 PM

Another 4-CD 100 CLASSIC COUNTRY SONG BOXSET
1990 MCA RECORDS R/M #7114401/2/3/4
May be out of print by now
Seems no matter what company puts the out
There are always MANY REPEATS

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COUNTRY SUPERSTARS-100 GREATEST HITS/CD-1

01. CRAZY: Patsy Cline/[CS-CD1]
02. YOUR CHEATIN' HEART: Hank Williams/[CS-CD1]
03. RHINESTONE COWBOY: Glen Campbell/[CS-CD1]
04. ONE DAY AT A TIME: Cristy Lane/[CS-CD1]
05. WASTED DAYS & WASTED NIGHTS: Freddy Fender/[CS-CD1]
06. I FALL TO PIECES: Patsy Cline/[CS-CD1]
07. HAPPIEST GIRL IN THE WHOLE USA: Donna Fargo/[CS-CD1]
08. THERE GOES MY EVERYTHlNG: Jack Greene/[CS-CD1]
09. SINCE I MET YOU, BABY: Sonny James/[CS-CD1]
10. ROSE IN PARADISE: Waylon Jennings/[CS-CD1]
11. TALKING IN YOUR SLEEP: Crystal Gayle/[CS-CD1]
12. l LOVE YOU DROPS: Bill Anderson/[CS-CD1]
13. SAW MILL: Mel Tillis/[CS-CD1]
12. I LOVE YOU DROPS: Bill Anderson/[CS-CD1]
13. SAW MILL: Mel Tillis/[CS-CD1]
14. WINGS OF A DOVE: Ferlin Husky/[CS-CD1]
15. CLASS OF '5: Statler Brothers/[CS-CD1]
16. WALK ON BY: Leroy Van Dyka/[CS-CD1]
17. WILD SIDE OF LIFE: Hank Thompson/[CS-CD1]
18. I LOVE: Tom T. Hall/[CS-CD1]
19. BACK SIDE OF THIRTY: John Conlee/[CS-CD1]
20. YOU'RE THE FIRST TIME I'VE THO'T ABOUT LEAVING: Reba McEntire/[CS-CD1]
21. (REMEMBER ME) I'M THE ONE WHO LOVES YOU: Ernest Tubb/[CS-CD1]
22. I THINK I'LL JUST STAY HERE AND DRINK: Merle Haggard/[CS-CD1]
23. SHE THINKS I STILL CARE: George Jones/[CS-CD1]
24. SlXTEEN TONS: Tennessee Ernie Ford/[CS-CD1]
25. HELLO WALLS: Faron Young/[CS-CD1]

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COUNTRY SUPERSTARS-100 GREATEST HITS/CD-2

01. MISTY: Ray Stevens/[CS-CD2]
02. WHAT ARE WE DOIN' IN LOVE: Kenny Rogers & Dottie West/[CS-CD2]
03. I BELIEVE IN YOU: Don Williams/[CS-CD2]
04. GOD BLESS THE USA: Lee Greenwood/[CS-CD2]
05. I CAN'T HELP IT: Hank Williams/[CS-CD2]
06. HELLO DARLlN': Conway Twitty/[CS-CD2]
07. SIX DAYS ON THE ROAD:/[CS-CD2]Dave Dudley/[CS-CD2]
08. WHAT'S FOREVER FOR: Michael Martin Murphey/[CS-CD2]
09. JUST GET UP AND CLOSE THE DOOR: Johnny Rodriguez/[CS-CD2]
10. I'VE GOT A WINNER IN YOU'Don Williams/[CS-CD2]
11. BREAK IT TO ME GENTLY: Juice Newton/[CS-CD2]
12. HELP ME MAKE IT THROUGH THE NIGHT: Sammi Smith/[CS-CD2]
13. DANG ME Roger: Miller/[CS-CD2]
14. COAL MINER'S DAUGHTER: Loretta Lynn/[CS-CD2]
15. HONEY: Bobby Goldsboro/[CS-CD2]
16. YOU'RE MY BESTEST FRIEND: Mac Davis/[CS-CD2]
17. SOUTHERN NIGHTS: Glen Campbell/[CS-CD2]
18. THE TIP OF MY FINGERS: Roy Clark/[CS-CD2]
19. BIG OLE BREW: Mel McDaniel/[CS-CD2]
20. BLANKET ON THE GROUND: Billie Jo Spears/[CS-CD2]
21. FOLSOM PRISON BLUES: Johnny Cash/[CS-CD2]
22. SWEET THANG: Nat Stuckey/[CS-CD2]
23. HARPER VALLEY PTA: Jeannie Riley/[CS-CD2]
24. I WALK THE LINE: Johnny Cash/[CS-CD2]
25. TEXAS: WHEN I DIE): Tanya Tucker/[CS-CD2]

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COUNTRY SUPERSTARS-100 GREATEST HITS/CD-3

01. WOMAN: Don Gibson/[CS-CD3]
02. I AIN'T NEVER: Mel Tillis/[CS-CD3]
03. TALK BACK TREMBLING LIPS: Ernie Ashworth/[CS-CD3]
04. COUNTRY BOY: Glen Campbell/[CS-CD3]
05. BYE BYE LOVE: Everly Brothers/[CS-CD3]
08. CAN'T EVEN GET THE BLUES: Reba McEntire/[CS-CD3]
07. GONNA FIND ME A BLUEBIRD: Marvin Rainwater/[CS-CD3]
08. HEY GOOD LOOKlN': Hank Williams/[CS-CD3]
09. PLEASE HELP ME I'M FALLIN': Hank Locklin/[CS-CD3]
10. FASTER HORSES: Tom T. Hall/[CS-CD3]
11. IF I COULD WRITE A SONG AS BEAUTIFUL AS YOU: Billy Crash Craddock/[CS-CD3]
12. TEXAS IN MY REARVIEW MIRROR: Mac Davis/[CS-CD3]
13. NIGHT LIFE: Willie Nelson/[CS-CD3]
14. WHITE LIGHTNlNG: George Jones/[CS-CD3]
15. OH LONESOME ME: Johnny Cash/[CS-CD3]
16. MIDNIGHT, ME, AND THE BLUES: Mel Tillis/[CS-CD3]
17. BIG MIDNIGHT SPECIAL: Wilma Lee & Stony Cooper/[CS-CD3]
18. I'M NOT LISA: Jessie Colter/[CS-CD3]
19. KING OF THE ROAD: Roger Miller/[CS-CD3]
20. I'M SO LONESOME I COULD CRY: Hank Williams/[CS-CD3]
21. THE STREAK: Ray Stevens/[CS-CD3]
22. GUESS THINGS HAPPEN THAT WAY: Johnny Cash/[CS-CD3]
23. WAKE UP LITTLE SUSIE: Everly Brothers/[CS-CD3]
24. DO YOU REMEMBER THESE: Statler Brothers/[CS-CD3]
25. DO YOU KNOW YOU ARE MY SUNSHINE: Statler Brothers/[CS-CD3]

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COUNTRY SUPERSTARS-100 GREATEST HITS/CD-4

01. JAMBALAYA: Hank Williams/[CS-CD4]
02. CHUG-A-LUG: Roger Miller/[CS-CD4]
03. FROM A JACK TO A KING: Ned Miller/[CS-CD4]
04. I'VE ALREADY LOVED YOU IN MY MIND: Conway Twitty/[CS-CD4]
05. HALF AS MUCH: Hank Williams/[CS-CD4]
06. MAKING BELIEVE: Kitty Wells/[CS-CD4]
07. THREE HEARTS IN A TANGLE: Roy Drusky/[CS-CD4]
08. FOURTEEN CARAT MIND: Gene Watson/[CS-CD4]
09. COLD, COLD HEART: Hank Williams/[CS-CD4]
18. INDIAN LOVE CALL: Slim Whitman/[CS-CD4]
11. SWEET DREAMS: OF YOU): Patsy Cline/[CS-CD4]
12. GALVESTON: Glen Campbell/[CS-CD4]
13. WOMAN IN THE BACK OF MY MIND: Mel Tillis/[CS-CD4]
14. IN THE JAILHOUSE NOW: Webb Pierce/[CS-CD4]
15. DON'T IT MAKE MY BROWN EYES BLUE: Crystal Gayle/[CS-CD4]
16. YOUNG LOVE: Sonny James/[CS-CD4]
17. YOU'VE NEVER BEEN THIS FAR BEFORE: Conway Twitty/[CS-CD4]
18. GIRL ON A BILLBOARD: Del Reeves/[CS-CD4]
19. SECRET LOVE: Freddy Fender/[CS-CD4]
20. THE PILL: Loretta Lynn/[CS-CD4]
21. MY SPECIAL ANGEL: Bobby Helms/[CS-CD4]
22. LYNDA: Steve Wariner/[CS-CD4]
23. IT'S SUCH A PRETTY WORLD TODAY: Wynn Stewart/[CS-CD4]
24. THE SWEETEST THING: Juice Newton/[CS-CD4]
25. BEFORE THE NEXT TEARDROP FALLS: Freddy Fender/[CS-CD4]

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Subject: RE: Columbia Country Classics?
From: GUEST,Gene
Date: 08 Sep 00 - 09:32 PM

Yet another 3-CD BOXSET OF OLDIES FROM DECCA

It may be out of print now, also

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COUNTRY CLASSICS-THE VAULTS OF DECCA/1934-1973/CD-1

01. Texas Plains: Stuart Hamblen and his Covered ...
02. Cattle Call: Tex Owens
03. Just Because: Shelton Brothers
04. Listen To The Mockingbird: Curley Fox
05. The Eyes Of Texas: Milton Brown & His Brownies
06. My Dixie Darling: The Carter Family
07. La Bonne Valse: Leo Soileau's Rhythm Boys
08. The Last Letter: Rex Griffin
09. Bile Dem Cabbage Down: Clayton McMichen
10. Short Life Of Trouble: Riley Puckett
11. Singing In The Saddle: Tex Ritter & His Texans
12. I'll Get Mine Bye And Bye No. 2: Buddy Jones
13. Sparkling Blue Eyes: Bill Carlisle's Kentucky ...
14. Truck Drivers Blues: Cliff Bruner & His Boys
15. You Are My Sunshine: Jimmie Davis w-Charles
16. Cool Water: Sons Of The Pioneers
17. Walking The Floor Over You: Ernest Tubb
18. Milk Cow Blues: Johnny Lee Wills & His Boys
19. They Took The Stars Out Of Heaven: Floyd ...
20. Gospel Cannonball: Delmore Brothers

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COUNTRY CLASSICS-THE VAULTS OF DECCA/1934-1973/Disc 2

01. Ruby: Cousin Emmy & Her Kinfolk
02.Sugarfoot Rag: Hank [Sugarfoot] Garland
03. Chattanoogie Shoe Shine Boy: Red Foley
04. Uncle Pen: Bill Monroe & His Bluegrass Boys
05. It Wasn't God Who Made Honky Tonk Angels: Kitty Wells
06. I Let The Stars Get In My Eyes: Goldie Hill
07. Crying In The Chapel: Rex Allen
08. Pork Chop Stomp: Grandy Martin & His Winging Strings
09. I Gotta Go Get My Baby: Justin Tubb
10. Why Baby Why: Red Sovine & Webb Pierce
11. If Jesus Came To Your House: Red Sovine
12. Blue Days, Black Nights: Buddy Holly
13. Fraulein: Bobby Helms
14. When: Kalin Twins
15. On This Mountain Top: Donny Young & Roger Miller
16. I Ain't Never: Webb Pierce
17. Another: Roy Drusky
18. I'm Sorry: Brenda Lee
19. Crazy Bullfrog: Lewis Pruitt
20. Little Bitty Tear: Burl Ives

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COUNTRY CLASSICS-THE VAULTS OF DECCA/1934-1973/Disc 3

01. Wilburn Brothers: Trouble's Back In Town
02. Jimmy Martin: Tennessee
03. Bill Anderson: Still
04. Patsy Cline: Sweet Dreams
05. Warner Mack: The Bridge Washed Out
06. Johnny Wright: Hello Vietnam
07. Bill Phillips: Put It Off Until Tomorrow
08. Jan Howard: Evil On Your Mind
09. Wilma Burgess: Misty Blue
10. Jack Greene: There Goes My Everything
11. Claude Gray: I Never Had The One I Wanted
12. Jimmy Newman: Louisiana Saturday Night
13. Osborne Brothers: Rocky Top
14. Loretta Lynn: Coal Miner's Daughter
15. Conway Twitty: Hello Darlin'
16. Jimmy Dickens: Raggedy Ann
17. Various Artists: After The Fire Is Gone [Loretta & Conway]
18. Jerry Wallace: If You Leave Me Tonight I'll Cry
19. Cal Smith: The Lord Knows I'm Drinking
20. Marty Robbins: This Much A Man

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Subject: RE: Columbia Country Classics?
From: GUEST
Date: 09 Sep 00 - 12:14 AM

I found this 8-lp CLASSIC COUNTRY COLLECTION
at an estate sale 2 or 3 years ago for $12
in MINT condition-don't recall ever seeing it
in CD format but I am slowly MP3'ing the
first 6 sides....most of sides 7 thru 16
are contained in the above CDs...

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THE SMITHSONIAN COLLECTION
OF CLASSIC COUNTRY MUSIC-8 Record Boxset

SIDE 1

1. Sallie Gooden: Eck Robertson
2. The Little Old Log Cabin in the Lane: Fiddlin' John Carson
3. Going Down the Lee Highway: Grayson & Whitter
4. Jordan Is a Hard Road to Travel: Uncle Dave Macon
5. The Prisoner's Song: Vernon Dalhart
6. Goodbye Sweet Liza Jane: Charlie Poole
7. Wreck of the Old 97: Vernon Dalhart
8. Soldier's Joy: Gid Tanner & His Skillet Lickers
9. Where We'll Never Grow Old: Smith's Sacred Singers

SIDE 2

1. Shannon Waltz: East Texas Serenaders
2. Birmingham Jail: Darby & Tarlton
3. Lady Gay: Buell Kazee
4. The Fatal Wedding: Bradley Kincaid
5. When the Work's All Done This Fall: Carl Sprague
6. The Titanic: Ernest V. (Pop) Stoneman
7. Wildwood Flower: Carter Family
8. Daddy & Home: Jimmie Rodgers
9. Waiting for a Train: Jimmie Rodgers

SIDE 3

1. Mocking Bird: Arthur Smith
2. Ragged but Right: Riley Puckett
3. Black Jack David: Cliff Carlisle
4. Pretty Polly: Coon Creek Girls
5. Twenty One Years: Mac & Bob
6. She's My Curley Headed Baby: Callahan Brothers
7. The East Bound Train: Blue Sky Boys
8. Brown's Ferry Blues: Delmore Brothers
9. What Would You Give in Exchange (For Your Soul): Monroe Brothers

SIDE 4

1. Orange Blossom Special: Rouse Brothers
2. Old Shep: Red Foley
3. I'm Here to Get My Baby Out of Jail: Karl & Harty
4. Remember Me: Lulu Belle & Scotty
5. Maple on the Hill: J. E. Mainer's Mountaineers
6. The Last Letter: Rex Griffin
7. Great Speckled Bird: Roy Acuff
8. The Precious Jewel: Roy Acuff
9. Can the Circle Be Unbroken: Carter Family

SIDE 5

1. Silver Haired Daddy of Mine: Gene Autry & Jimmy Long
2. Tumbling Tumbleweeds: Sons of the Pioneers
3. Cool Water: Sons of the Pioneers
4. I Want to Be a Cowboy's Sweetheart: Patsy Montana
5. My Swiss Moonlight Lullaby: Montana Slim (Wilf Carter)
6. Texas Plains: Stuart Hamblen
7. My Mary: W. Lee O'Daniel & his Light Crust Doughboys w-Leon Huff
8. Deep Elem Blues: Shelton Brothers
9. Nobody's Darlin' but Mine: Jimmie Davis

SIDE 6

1. Under the Double Eagle: Bill Boyd
2. St. Louis Blues: Milton Brown & his Brownies
3. Steel Guitar Rag: Bob Wills & his Texas Playboys
4. Le Valse de Geydan: Leo Soileau
5. Do Re Mi: Woody Guthrie
6. Jesus Hold My Hand: The Chuck Wagon Gang
7. It Makes No Difference Now: Cliff Bruner's Texas Wanderers
8. New San Antonio Rose: Bob Wills & his Texas Playboys
9. You Are My Sunshine: Gene Autry

SIDE 7

1. Walking the Floor over You: Ernest Tubb
2. When My Blue Moon Turns to Gold Again: Wiley Walker & Gene Sullivan
3. Born to Lose: Ted Daffan's Texans
4. There's a Star Spangled Banner Waving Somewhere: Elton Britt
5. Pistol Packin' Mama: Al Dexter
8. Have I Stayed Away Too Long: Tex Ritter
7. Teardrops Falling in the Snow: Molly O'Day
8. Oklahoma Hills: Jack Guthrie
9. Dust On the Bible: Bailes Brothers

SIDE 8

1. Wabash Cannon Ball: Roy Acuff
2. I Am a Pilgrim: Merle Travis
3. Rye Whiskey: Tex Ritter
4. The Cattle Call: Eddy Arnold
5. Smoke, Smoke, Smoke: Tex Williams
6. What About You: Johnny & Jack
7. Take an Old Cold 'Tater: Jimmy Dickens
8. Philadelphia Lawyer: Maddox Brothers & Rose
9. Peace in the Valley: Red Foley

SIDE 9

1. Eight More Miles to Louisville: Grandpa Jones
2. Filipino Baby: Cowboy Copas
3. Kentucky: Blue Sky Boys
4. New Jole Blon: Moon Mullican
5. Bandera Waltz: Slim Whitman
6. I'm Moving On: Hank Snow
7. I Love You Because: Leon Payne
8. Tennessee Waltz: Pee Wee King
9. The Tramp on the Street: Molly O'Day

SIDE 10

1. Satisfied: Martha Carson
2. Slipping Around: Floyd Tillman
3. I Love You a Thousand Ways: Lefty Frizzell
4. Darlin' Am I the One: Carl Smith
5. The Wild Side of Life: Hank Thompson
6. It Wasn'God Who Made Honky Tonk Angels-Kitty Wells
7. Thirty Pieces of Silver: Wilma Lee & Stoney Cooper
8. I'm So Lonesome I Could Cry: Hank Williams
9. Lovesick Blues: Hank Williams

SIDE 11

1. There Stands the Glass: Webb Pierce
2. I Walk the Line: Johnny Cash
3. Sixteen Tons: Tennessee Ernie Ford
4. Down in the Willow Garden: Everly Brothers
5. Country Gentleman: Chet Atkins
6. He'll Have to Go-Jim Reeves
7. Crazy Arms: Ray Price
8. Fraulein: Bobby Helms
9. City Lights: Ray Price

SIDE 12

1. When I Stop Dreaming: Louvin Brothers
2. The Battle of New Orleans: Johnny Horton
3. Long Black Veil: Lefty Frizzell
4. El Paso: Marty Robbins
5. Knoxville Girl: Louvin Brothers
8. Louisiana Man: Rusty & Doug Kershaw
7. Faded Love: Patsy Cline
8. Excuse Me: Buck Owens
9. We Must Have Been Out of Our Minds: George Jones & Melba Montgomery

SIDE 13

1. Muleskinner Blues: Bill Monroe & his Blue Grass Boys
2. It's Mighty Dark to Travel: Bill Monroe & his Blue Grass Boys
3. Earl's Breakdown: Flatt & Scruggs
4. The Lonesome River: Stanley Brothers
5. Dreaming of a Little Cabin: Mac Wiseman
6. Are You Missing Me: Jim & Jesse & the Virginia Boys
7. Rocky Top: Osborne Brothers
8. Mary Dear: Bill Cliffon
9. I'm Using My Bible for a Roadmap: Reno & Smiley

SIDE 14

1. John Henry: Lilly Brothers
2. I'll Be All Smiles Tonigh: Hylo Brown
3. Sunny Side of the Mountain: Jimmy Martin
4. Jerusalem Ridge: Kenny Baker
5. Black Mountain Rag: Doc Watson
6. The Legend of the Rebel Soldier: Charlie Moore
7. Four Strong Winds : Cliff Waldron & The New Shades of Grass
8. Two Little Boys: Country Gentlemen
9. Bottom of the Glass: Seldom Scene

SIDE 15

1. Six Days on the Road: Dave Dudley
2. Detroit City: Bobby Bare
3. Green, Green Grass of Home: Porter Wagoner
4. King of the Road: Roger Miller
5. Is Anybody Going to San Antone: Charley Pride
6. Homecoming: Tom T. Hall
7. Coat of Many Colors: Dolly Parton
8. Hungry Eyes: Merle Haggard
9. Mama Tried: Merle Haggard

SIDE 16

1. Waltz Across Texas: Ernest Tubb
2. Coal Miner's Daughter: Loretta Lynn
3. D-I-V-O-R-C-E: Tammyy Wynette
4. The Grand Tour: George Jones
5. It Was Always So Easy: Moe Bandy
8. Sin City: Flying Burrito Brothers
7. Funny How Time Slips Away: Willie Nelson
8. Blue Eyes Crying in the Rain: Willie Nelson


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Subject: RE: Columbia Country Classics?
From: GUEST,Gene
Date: 09 Sep 00 - 12:47 PM

another 3CD box from MERCURY/POLYGRAM [1995]

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Fifty Years Of Country Music From Mercury-CD 1

Sherriff Tom Owen & His Cowboys: A New Ten Gallon Hat
Homer Briarhopper: Let's Ride That Plane
Art Gibson: I'm A Truck Drivin' Man
Robert Lunn: Yodelin' Blues
Lonnie Glosson: Lost John
Sons Of The Soil: Automatic Mama
Flatt & Scruggs: Foggy Mountain Breakdown
Mac O'Dell & His Alabama Jubileers: Red Ball Rocket Train
Claude Boone: Burglar Man
Bill Nettles: Hadacol Boogie
Jerry Byrd: Steelin' The Blues
Tiny Hill & His Orchestra: Hot Rod Race
Bill Carlisle & The Carlisles: Too Old To Cut The Mustard
Eddie Hill: The Hot Guitar
Roscoe Hankins: I'm Praying For The Day (That Peace Will Come)
Patti Page: Tennessee Waltz
Lulu Belle & Scotty: Ay-Round The Corner
Rusty Draper: Gambler's Guitar
Jimmy Dean & His Texas Wildcats: Big Blue Diamonds
Roy Moss: You Don't Know My Mind
Stanley Brothers: Angel Band
Big Bopper: White Lightnin'
Eddie Bond & The Stompers: Rockin' Daddy
Billy Wallace: That's My Reward
Carl Story: Family Reunion

==============================================
Fifty Years Of Country Music From Mercury-CD 2

Jimmie Skinner: I Found My Girl In The U. S. A.
Connie Hall: I'm The Girl From The U. S. A.
Johnny Preston: Running Bear
George Jones: Out Of Control
Claude Gray: My Ears Should Burn (When Fools Are Talked About)
Leroy Van Dyke: Walk On By
Benny Barnes: Go On, Go On
Bruce Channel: Hey! Baby
Anita Carter: Love's Ring Of Fire
Rex Allen: Don't Go Near The Indians
Dickey Lee: Patches
James O'Gwynn: My Name Is Mud
Faron Young: The Yellow Bandana
Dolly Parton: The Love You Gave
Pete Drake: For Pete's Sake
Dallas Frazier: Shooby Dooby Sue
Roy Drusky & Priscilla Mitchell: Yes Mr. Peters
Roger Miller: King Of The Road
Dave Dudley: Truck Drivin' Son-Of-A-Gun
Ron-Dels: If You Really Want Me To I'll Go
Thumbs Carllile: Downtown
Mother Maybelle Carter: Wildwood Flower
Charlie Rich: Mohair Sam
Tom T. Hall: Homecoming
Sir Douglas Quintet: Dynamite Woman

===================================
Fifty Years Of Country Music From Mercury-CD 3

Billy Joe Shaver: Chicken On The Ground
Jerry Lee Lewis: Would You Take Another Chance On Me
Johnny Rodriguez: Ridin' My Thumb To Mexico
Jerry Kennedy & Friends: She Even Woke Me Up To Say Goodbye
Jo-El Sonnier: Come On Joe
Sonny Throckmorton: Last Cheater's Waltz
Kendalls: Teach Me To Cheat
Merle Haggard & Leona Williams: Sally Let Your Bangs Hang Down
Statler Brothers: Oh Baby Mine (I Get So Lonely)
Johnny Paycheck: Old Violin
Kathy Mattea: Eighteen Wheels And A Dozen Roses
Larry Boone: Don't Give Candy To A Stranger
Donna Fargo: Our Last Night
Wayne Toups: Johnnie Can't Dance
Kentucky Headhunters: Dumas Walker
Johnny Cash: Goin' By The Book
Normaltown Flyers: Rockin' The Love Boat
Sammy Kershaw: Cadillac Style
Billy Ray Cyrus: Achy Breaky Heart
Toby Keith: Should've Been A Cowboy
John & Audrey Wiggins: Falling Out Of Love
Wesley Dennis: (That's Why They Call It Cheatin') It Ain't Fair
Shania Twain: Any Man Of Mine
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Subject: RE: Columbia Country Classics?
From: Sorcha
Date: 09 Sep 00 - 12:58 PM

No, but I have the Smithsonian Country Collection on LP.


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Subject: RE: Columbia Country Classics?
From: GUEST,bluerabbit10
Date: 21 Mar 07 - 12:57 PM

Marion Worth sings "I Think I know," on Columbia Classics Vol 4. I have tried to find other performances by her. Does anyone have information on her bio or where I could find more about her and her music?
Thanks, Verne


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Subject: RE: Columbia Country Classics?
From: Joe Offer
Date: 22 Mar 07 - 02:48 AM

Hi, Verne - I sure didn't find much.
allmusic.com shows she had two albums in the 1960s. She was born July 4, 1930, in Birmingham, Alabama. She died in Nashville December 19, 1999. Shake Me, I Rattle, one of her hits, has been posted at Mudcat.
-Joe-


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