Mojim Lyrics Americas singers Hank Snow The Jimmie Rodgers Story. The Jimmie Rodgers Story 】. Album songs： . B Blues. Album list Railroad Man. Just Keep a-Movin'. The Singing Ranger Vol. 4. Hank Snow Sings Sacred Songs. Hank Snow's Country Guitar. Country & Western Jamboree. Old Doc Brown and Other Narrations by Hank Snow. Hank Snow Salutes Jimmie Rodgers. Your Birthday Present - Hank Snow & Guests (Remastered)
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Although Hank Snow commenced his recording career in 1936 in Montreal, Canada (debuting on RCA Victor’s Bluebird Label), it was when he moved from RCA Canada to the label’s American parent company in 1949 that his career really took off, scoring 85 Billboard chart hits between 1950 and 1980. The four albums brought together for this double CD release present Hank Snow at his traditional best, covering titles from the Jimmie Rodgers songbook and tales of railroads and trains, both subjects dear to the singer’s heart. The second album added even greater authenticity as Albert Fullam, a one-time locomotive engineer who had met Rodgers, mixes biographical details with personal reminiscences in a narration that precedes most of the tracks. The jimmie rodgers story 12. My little OLE home down in new orleans 13. The one rose (that’s left in my heart) 14.
The Jimmie Rodgers Story Songs: Gambling Polka Dot Blues Lyrics In The Jailhouse Now Lyrics My Little Ole Home Down In New Orleans Lyrics Nobody Knows But Me Lyrics One Rose (that's Left In My Heart) Lyrics . Blues Lyrics Why Did You Give Me Your Love Lyrics. Artist Page: Hank Snow Lyrics. All lyrics are the property of their respective authors, artists and labels.
James Charles Rodgers (September 8, 1897 – May 26, 1933) was an American singer-songwriter and musician in the early 20th century, known most widely for his rhythmic yodeling. Rodgers was also known as "The Singing Brakeman", "The Blue Yodeler", and "The Father of Country Music".
Hank Snow Salutes Jimmie Rodgers. Release date: April 1953. Peak chart positions. Hank Snow Sings in Memory of Jimmie Rodgers. Release date: March 1970.
|A1||My Little Ole Home Down In New Orleans|
|A2||One Rose (That's Left In My Heart)|
|A3||Waiting For A Train|
|A4||Gambling Polka Dot Blues|
|A5||Why Did You Give Me Your Love|
|A6||Hobo Bill's Last Ride|
|B1||In The Jailhouse Now|
|B2||My Blue Eyed Jane|
|B3||Pistol Packin' Papa|
|B4||Nobody Knows But Me|
NotesAll Narration by Albert Fullam. Gatefold cover with notes by Ernest Tubb.
|LSA 3107||Hank Snow||The Jimmie Rodgers Story (LP)||RCA||LSA 3107||UK||1972|
|LSP-4708||Hank Snow||The Jimmie Rodgers Story (LP, Album)||RCA||LSP-4708||Canada||1972|
|ANL1-2194||Hank Snow||The Jimmie Rodgers Story (LP, RE)||RCA||ANL1-2194||Canada||Unknown|
|RCA-5027||Hank Snow||The Jimmie Rodgers Story (LP, Promo)||RCA||RCA-5027||Japan||1972|
|ANL1-2194||Hank Snow||The Jimmie Rodgers Story (LP)||RCA||ANL1-2194||US||1972|