Greatest Country Hits of 1950 / Various: The Greatest Country Hits Of 1950

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Various Artists: Greatest Country Hits Of 1950 / Various

Greatest Country Hits of 1950 / Various: The Greatest Country Hits Of 1950

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Title: The Greatest Country Hits Of 1950
Artist: Greatest Country Hits of 1950 / Various
Label: Acrobat
Product Type: COMPACT DISCS
UPC: 824046711726
Genre: Country

This release continues the series which we re-established a couple of years ago and which comprises selected annual collections of the biggest US country hits of each year. This great value100-track 4-CD collection goes back to the start of the 1950s, when the relevant Billboard chart was called the Best Selling Retail Folk (Country & Western) Records, and apart from a few weeks at the start of the year, when there was a Top 15, was restricted to a published Top 10. The collection comprises many of the records which appeared in the chart during the year. Although there were many records which harked back to the styles of traditional hillbilly and western swing music, many of the artists featured were those who had established themselves during the late 1940s and would enjoy prolific hit-making careers during the '50s until the business changed significantly in the wake of the rock 'n' roll explosion. Artists like Hank Williams, Eddy Arnold, Red Foley, Ernest Tubb and Tennessee Ernie Ford are therefore well represented along with many artists whose musical legacy is less well-known these days, as well as pop artists like Margaret Whiting and Kay Starr making forays into the genre through duets with country stars, which makes it a fascinating snapshot of the business as a new decade dawned. With an in-depth 10,000+ word booklet with background notes on every record, it gives a solid overview of the most popular country music of the year.

Tracks:
1.1 Margaret Whiting ; Jimmy Wakely - Slipping Around
1.2 Mule Train (Tennessee Ernie Ford);
1.3 Anticipation Blues (Tennessee Ernie Ford);
1.4 C - H
1.5 I'll Never Slip Around Again (Margaret Whiting ; Jimmy Wakely);
1.6 Hank Williams - My Bucket's Got a Hole in It
1.7 Eddy Arnold - Will Santa Come to Shanty Town
1.8 Ernest Tubb - White Christmas
1.9 Gene Autry - Here Comes Santa Claus
1.10 Hank Williams - Lovesick Blues
1.11 Hank Thompson ; His Brazos Valley Boys - Whoa Sailor
1.12 Eddy Arnold - I'm Throwing Rice at the Girl I Love
1.13 Mervin Shiner - Why Don't You Haul Off and Love Me
1.14 Cry Baby Heart (George Morgan);
1.15 George Morgan - I Love Everything About You
1.16 I Won't Go Hunting, Jake, But I'll Go Chasin' Women (Stuart Hamblen);
1.17 Red Foley - Sunday Down in Tennessee
1.18 I Gotta Have My Baby Back (Red Foley);
1.19 Leon Payne - I Love You Because
1.20 I Love You Because (Leon Payne);
1.21 I Gotta Have My Baby Back (Floyd Tillman);
1.22 Careless Kisses (Red Foley);
1.23 Bob Wills - Ida Red Likes the Boogie
1.24 Bonaparte's Retreat (Pee Wee King);
2.2 Eddy Arnold - Take Me in Your Arms and Hold Me
2.3 Eddy Arnold - Mama and Daddy Broke My Heart
2.4 Little Jimmy Dickens - a
2.5 Eddy Arnold - There's No Wings on My Angel
2.4 A - Sleeping at the Foot of the Bed (Little Jimmy Dickens);
2.7 Ernest Tubb ; Red Foley - Don't Be Ashamed of Your Age
2.8 Owen Bradley (Jack Shook ; Dottie Dillard) - Blues Stay Away from Me
2.7 Don't Be Ashamed of Your Age (Ernest Tubb ; Red Foley);
2.8 Blues Stay Away from Me (Owen Bradley with Jack Shook ; Dottie Dillard);
2.9 Rag Mop (Johnnie Lee Wills);
2.12 Ernest Tubb - I'll Take a Back Seat for You
2.11 Beyond the Sunset (Three Suns with Elton Britt ; Rosalie Allen);
2.14 Hank Williams - I Just Don't Like This Kind of Livin'
2.15 Margaret Whiting ; Jimmy Wakely - Broken Down Merry Go Round
2.16 Ernest Tubb - Unfaithful One
2.15 Broken Down Merry Go Round (Margaret Whiting ; Jimmy Wakely);
2.18 Elton Britt ; Rosalie Allen - Quicksilver
2.19 Mervin Shiner - Peter Cottontail
2.20 Hank Williams - My Son Calls Another Man Daddy
2.21 Hank Williams - Long Gone Lonesome Blues
3.1 Eddy Arnold - Why Should I Cry
3.2 Eddy Arnold - Little Angel with the Dirty Face
2.22 Peter Cottontail (Johnnie Lee Wills);
3.4 Johnny Bond - Love Song in 32 Bars
2.24 Long Gone Lonesome Blues (Hank Williams);
2.25 Peter Cottontail (Jimmy Wakely);
3.7 Ernest Tubb - Give Me a Little Old Fashioned Love
3.2 Little Angel with the Dirty Face (Eddy Arnold);
3.9 Red Foley - Birmingham Bounce
3.10 Little Jimmy Dickens - Hillbilly Fever
3.11 Cactus Pryor - Cry of the Dying Duck in a Thunderstorm
3.6 Just a Closer Walk with Thee (Red Foley);
3.7 Give Me a Little Old Fashioned Love (Ernest Tubb);
3.14 Bud Messner - Slippin' Around with Jole Blon
3.9 Birmingham Bounce (Red Foley);
3.16 Ernest Tubb - Throw Your Love Away
3.11 Cry of the Dying Duck in a Thunderstorm (Cactus Pryor);
3.12 Choc'late Ice Cream Cone (Kenny Roberts);
3.19 Hank Snow - I'm Moving on
3.20 Red Foley ; Ernest Tubb - Goodnight Irene
3.21 Eddy Arnold - Enclosed, One Broken Heart
3.22 Ernest Tubb ; Red Foley - Hillbilly Fever No. 2
3.17 Choc'late Ice Cream Cone (Red Foley);
3.18 Cuddle Buggin' Baby (Eddy Arnold);
4.1 Jimmy Wakely - Mona Lisa
3.20 I'm Moving on (Hank Snow);
4.3 Eddy Arnold - the Lovebug Itch
3.22 Enclosed, One Broken Heart (Eddy Arnold);
3.23 Hillbilly Fever No. 2 (Ernest Tubb ; Red Foley);
4.6 Ernest Tubb - You Don't Have to Be a Baby to Cry
3.25 Ain't Nobody's Business But My Own (Kay Starr ; Tennessee Ernie Ford);
4.1 Mona Lisa (Jimmy Wakely);
4.2 Cincinnati Dancing Pig (Red Foley);
4.10 Margaret Whiting ; Jimmy Wakely - a Bushel and a Peck
4.11 Bob Wills - Faded Love
4.12 Eddy Arnold - a Prison Without Walls
4.13 Hank Williams - Nobody's Lonesome for Me
4.14 Lefty Frizzell - If You've Got the Money, I've Got the Time
4.15 Gene Autry - Rudolph the Red
4.9 Daddy's Last Letter (Tex Ritter);
4.10 A Bushel and a Peck (Margaret Whiting ; Jimmy Wakely);
4.18 Ernest Tubb - Blue Christmas
4.12 A Prison Without Walls (Eddy Arnold);
4.13 Nobody's Lonesome for Me (Hank Williams);
4.21 Hank Snow ; His Rainbow Ranch Boys - Golden Rocket
4.22 Lefty Frizzell - I Love You a Thousand Ways
4.23 Arkie Shibley ; His Mountain Dew Boys - Hot Rod Race
4.17 Moanin' the Blues (Hank Williams);
4.18 Frosty the Snowman (Gene Autry);
4.19 Blue Christmas (Ernest Tubb);
4.20 Shotgun Boogie (Tennessee Ernie Ford);
4.21 Mockingbird Hill (Pinetoppers);
4.22 Golden Rocket (Hank Snow ; His Rainbow Ranch Boys);
4.23 I Love You a Thousand Ways (Lefty Frizzell);
4.24 Hot Rod Race (Arkie Shibley ; His Mountain Dew Boys);
4.25 Tennessee Waltz (Patti Page)
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