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Various - Stars Of The Grand Ole Opry 1926-1974 mp3

Performer: Various
Title: Stars Of The Grand Ole Opry 1926-1974
Country: US
Catalog Number: CPK2-0466
Label: RCA
Released: 1974
Rating: 4.4
Votes: 448


1Early Morning Rain
Performer – George Hamilton
2Four Strong Winds
Performer – Bobby Bare
3I'm Thinking Tonight of My Blues Eyes
Performer – The Carter Family
4Jealous Hearted Me
Performer – Minnie Pearl
5Four Walls
Performer – Jim Reeves
6Ribbon Of Darkness
Arranged By, Conductor – Brenton BanksPerformer – Connie Smith
7Railroadin' and Gambiln'
Performer – Uncle Dave Macon
8Father's Table Grace
Performer – Lester Flatt
9Send Me the Pillow You Dream On
Performer – Hank Locklin
10The Carroll County Accident
Performer – Porter Wagoner
11Just a Little After Heartaches
Performer – Jeanne Pruett
12Mule Skinner Blues (Blue Yodel No. 8)
Performer – Dolly Parton
13Yakety Axe
Performer – Chet Atkins
Performer – Martha Carson
15Down Yonder
Performer – Del Wood
16Country Girl
Performer – Dottie West
17Young Love
Performer – Sonny James
18San Antonio Rose
Performer – Pee Wee King & His Band, Redd Stewart
19The Three Bells (Les Trois Cloches)
Performer – The Browns
20I Can't Stop Loving You
Performer – Don Gibson
21Ashes Of Love
Performer – Johnnie And Jack
22How Far Is Heaven
Performer – Kitty Wells
23Trouble in the Amen Corner
Performer – Archie Campbell
Performer – Jim Ed Brown
25Orange Blossom Special
Performer – Bill Monroe
26Don't Hurt Anymore
Performer – Hank Snow
27I'm My Own Grandpa
Performer – Lonzo & Oscar
Performer – Eddy Arnold
29The End of the World
Performer – Skeeter Davis
30Old Blue
Performer – Grandpa Jones


  • PerformerSonny James (tracks: B15)


Original Monophonic Recording
Tnk(s) - Marca(s) Registrada(s) RCA Corporation
1974, RCA/Ariola International, New York, N.Y.
Printed in U.S.A.
Program 1 (46:39)
Program 2 (47:39)


  • Barcode: 078635046649


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