Red Sovine And Webb Pierce - Why Baby Why / Sixteen Tons album
Title: Why Baby Why / Sixteen Tons
Date of release: 1955
Size MP3: 1450 mb
Size FLAC: 1538 mb
Format: MP2 MP4 MMF DXD MIDI MPC RA
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Matrix, Runout (Side A label): (45-88816). Matrix, Runout (Side B label): (45-88817)◈.
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Why Baby Why. Artist: Webb Pierce. Red Sovine and Webb Pierce, in 1956. Tell me why baby, why baby, why baby, why You make me cry baby, cry baby, cry baby, cry I can't help but love you 'til the day that I die But tell me, why baby, why baby, why baby, why. Well I got a crow I wanna pick with you Just like last time when the feathers flew You're runnin' wild a-kickin' up your heels A-leavin' me home with a hand full of bills
Why Baby Why" is the title of a country music song co-written and originally recorded by George Jones. Released in late 1955 on Starday Records and produced by Starday co-founder and Jones' manager Pappy Daily, it peaked at 4 on the Billboard country charts that year .
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|A||Why Baby Why
Written-By – George Jones
Written-By – Merle Travis
- Manufactured By – Decca Records, Inc.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Side A label): (45-88816)
- Matrix / Runout (Side B label): (45-88817)◈
|9-29739||Red Sovine & Webb Pierce||Red Sovine & Webb Pierce - Why Baby Why / Sixteen Tons (7", Single)||Decca||9-29739||US||Unknown|
|45-05513||Red Sovine And Webb Pierce||Red Sovine And Webb Pierce - Why Baby Why / Sixteen Tons (7", Single, Tri)||Brunswick||45-05513||UK||Unknown|
|9-29739||Red Sovine And Webb Pierce||Red Sovine And Webb Pierce - Why Baby Why / Sixteen Tons (7", Single, Promo)||Decca||9-29739||US||1955|