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Petula Clark, Tennessee Ernie Ford, Carol Lawrence, Melba Moore, Wayne Newton - Timex Presents Opryland U.S.A. album mp3

Petula Clark, Tennessee Ernie Ford, Carol Lawrence, Melba Moore, Wayne Newton - Timex Presents Opryland U.S.A. album mp3
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Album:
Timex Presents Opryland U.S.A.
Style:
Vocal
Released:
1973
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1590 mb
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1271 mb
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1805 mb
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Rating:
4.8 ★
Votes:
464

Timex Presents Opryland . The American Music Scene Timex (US) Issued at the Opryland Park, Nashville, Tennessee /1973 Extremely rare "live" album recorded for an American TV special featuring Petula, Wayne Newton, Leslie Uggams, Carol Lawrence and Tennessee Ernie Ford. Petula is featured on seven tracks: (. I Don't Know How To Love Him, (. I Can See Clearly Now, (. Lazy Afternoon, (. Your Cheatin' Heart, (. Sing (with Tennessee Ernie Ford), (. Walking Happy (with entire cast), (. Battle Hymn Of The Republic (with entire cast).

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Tennessee Ernie Ford. Some people say a man is made out of mud A poor man's made out of muscle and blood Muscle and blood and skin and bones A mind that's weak and a back that's strong. You load sixteen tons, what do you get? Another day older and deeper in debt Saint Peter don't you call me, 'cause I can't go I owe my soul to the company store.

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Tracklist

A1 Petula Clark, Tennessee Ernie Ford, Carol Lawrence, Wayne Newton, Melba Moore Walkin' Happy
A2 Petula Clark, Tennessee Ernie Ford Sing
A3 Melba Moore Mr. Bojangles
A4 Wayne Newton Medley: Little Green Apples / Honey / Release Me
A5 Carol Lawrence Oh, Babe, What Would You Say
A6 Petula Clark I Can See Clearly Now
A7 Tennessee Ernie Ford, Wayne Newton Tie A Yellow Ribbon
A8 Tennessee Ernie Ford Kentucky Babe
B1 Petula Clark Lazy Afternoon
B2 Petula Clark, Tennessee Ernie Ford, Carol Lawrence, Wayne Newton, Melba Moore Down Yonder
B3 Petula Clark, Tennessee Ernie Ford, Wayne Newton, Carol Lawrence, The Opryland Kids, Melba Moore Traveling Medley
B4 Wayne Newton, The Opryland Kids Country Roads
B5 Petula Clark, Nashville Symphony Orchestra I Don't Know How To Love Him
B6 Carol Lawrence, Wayne Newton, Nashville Symphony Orchestra I'd Like To Teach The World To Sing / Everything Is Beautiful
B7 Petula Clark, Tennessee Ernie Ford, Carol Lawrence, Wayne Newton, Melba Moore, Nashville Symphony Orchestra Battle Hymn Of The Republic

Credits

  • Music Director – Bill Walker
  • Producer – Bob Wynn

Notes

Presented Monday, October 22, 1973 on NBC-TV