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Bill Clifton Accompanied By The Dixie Mountain Boys - Soldier, Sing Me A Song album

Bill Clifton Accompanied By The Dixie Mountain Boys - Soldier, Sing Me A Song album Performer: Bill Clifton
Title: Soldier, Sing Me A Song
Style: Country, Bluegrass, Folk
Date of release: 1963
Country: US
Size MP3: 1475 mb
Size FLAC: 1956 mb
Rating: 4.2
Format: MP4 MMF APE MP1 MP2 ADX MIDI

Bill Clifton & His Dixie Mountain Boys – Dream Of The Miner s Child. Bill Clifton 1 His Dixie Mountain Boys – Little Joe. 2:45. Bill Clifton 1 His Dixie Mountain Boys – Old Cottage Home. Bill Clifton 1 His Dixie Mountain Boys – Mother Still Prays For You. 3:07. Bill Clifton & His Dixie Mountain Boys – Engine 23 1963. Bill Clifton & His Dixie Mountain Boys – Dream Of The Miner s Child 1963. Bill Clifton & His Dixie Mountain Boys – Take Me Back 1963. Bill Clifton & His Dixie Mountain Boys – Lonesome Field 1963.

Bill Clifton 19xx - Saturday Night Favourites (With His Dixie Mountain Boys) (256 kbps) 12 - Mother Still Prays For Yo. p3 09 - Lonesome Field. 1977 - Clifton And Company (192 kbps). 12 - From Jerusalem To Jericho. 06 - Rainin' On The Mountain. 05 - I Need The Prayers. 02 - Will The Angels Have A Sweetheart. 09 - Country Is A Feeling In Your Soul. 08 - When Autumn Leaves Begin To Fall. 03 - Let Me Make You Smile Again. 07 - Maybe You Will Miss Me When I'm Gone. 1961 - Carter Family Memorial Album (With His Dixie Mountain Boys) (160 kbps). 02 - I'll Be All Smiles Tonight. 04 - Give Me Your Love.

Discography of Bill Clifton. Chronological Classics: Bill Clifton & The Dixie Mountain Boys 1962-1963. Chronological Classics: Bill Clifton & The Dixie Mountain Boys 1958-1961.

The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down" is a song written by Robbie Robertson and originally recorded by the Canadian roots rock group the Band in 1969 and released on their eponymous second album. Levon Helm provided the lead vocals. The song is a first-person narrative relating the economic and social distress experienced by the protagonist, a poor white Southerner, during the last year of the American Civil War, when George Stoneman was raiding southwest Virginia

Bill Clifton And His Dixie Mountain Boys Carter Family Memorial Album (1961), SLP146. With the never before seen popularity of The Beatles, came scores of detractors! Here we have a "song" by The Exterminators "Beetle Bomb", the idea much like a roach or flea bomb to rid us of those horrible Beatles! There was also: Bill Clifton's "Beatle Crazy" Allan Sherman "Pop Hates The Beatles" Pop Hates The Beatles. Sung to the tune of Pop Goes The Weasel, it condemns The Beatles in the most glib, dismissive way: Ringo is the one with the drums, The others all play with him, It shows you what a boy can become, without a sense of rhythm.

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Tracklist

There's A Star Spangled Banner Waving Somewhere
Tim
A White Cross Marks The Grave
Spanish Flandang
Jimmy Will Be Slain
Drink Your Glasses Dry
Battle Of Quebec
This Old Cold War
The Marine's Hymn
I Want To Go Home
The Sinking Of The "Miane"
The Sailor On The Deep Blue Sea
Faded Coast Of Blue
Uniforms Of Grey

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
SLP 213 Bill Clifton Accompanied By The Dixie Mountain Boys Bill Clifton Accompanied By The Dixie Mountain Boys - Soldier, Sing Me A Song ‎(LP, Album) Starday Records SLP 213 US 1963
GT-6004 (M), GT 6004 (M) Bill Clifton Accompanied By The Dexie Mountain Boys* Bill Clifton Accompanied By The Dexie Mountain Boys* - Soldier, Sing Me A Song ‎(LP, Album, RE) London Records, London American Recordings GT-6004 (M), GT 6004 (M) Japan 1974
HA-B 8070 Bill Clifton Soldier, Sing Me A Song ‎(LP) London Records HA-B 8070 UK Unknown