Wilf. Carter - I'm Hittin' The Trail / My Brown-Eyed Prairie Rose album
Title: I'm Hittin' The Trail / My Brown-Eyed Prairie Rose
Date of release: 1940
Size MP3: 1915 mb
Size FLAC: 1533 mb
Format: AUD MP3 VQF TTA MMF FLAC AA
Kate Smith, Lenny Dee, Jackie Gleason, Rosemary Clooney, Carroll Baker, June Christy, Bobby Darin, Jackie DeShannon, Gale Garnett, Joni James, Nancy Sinatra, Harry Belafonte, Judy Garland, Judy Collins, Keely Smith, Henry Mancini, Perry Como, Percy Faith, Wilf Carter, Rex Allen, Mary Wells, Barbra Streisand, Tom Jones, Esther Phillips, Rita Remington, Shirley Bassey, Buffy Sainte-Marie, Frankie Laine. My Mountain High Yodel SongI'm Ragged But I'm RightKissin' On The SlyMy Little Two Acre FarmBlind Boy's PrayerThere's A Bluebird On Your WindowsillSick Sober And SorryMy French Canadian GirlSinner's PrayersMy Prairie RoseYodelin' My Babies To SleepBorn To Lose(27:41). The Dynamite Trail 1 0. Decca DL-4092.
The Very Best Of. Montana Slim. Wilf Carter, also known as Montana Slim, was a Canadian country music singer, songwriter, guitarist, and yodeller. Widely acknowledged as the father of Canadian country music, Carter was Canada's first country music star, inspiring a generation of young Canadian performers. Wilfred Arthur Charles Carter was born December 18, 1904, in Port Hilford, Nova Scotia, Canada. One of nine children, Carter began working odd jobs by the age of eight in Canning, Nova Scotia. He began singing after seeing a travelling Swiss performer named "The Yodelling Fool" in Canning.
Disc four closes out the RCA years with numbers like the shockingly upbeat "Goodbye Maria (I'm Off to Korea)," probably the most cheerful song ever done about that war, and "Mockingbird Love," the song Carter believes helped cost him his RCA contract. The real highlight of this disc, however, is the stuff that Carter cut himself at the end of the 1950s, which mostly consists of really good cowboy material, all originals and all played in a spare, eloquent style with Carter's voice showing tremendous vigor.
Hittin' the Note is the twelfth and final studio album by the American Southern rock group the Allman Brothers Band. Released through Sanctuary Records, it was their first studio album to include lead slide guitar player Derek Trucks and bass player Oteil Burbridge and marked the full-time return of guitar player Warren Haynes to the band. It was also their only studio album not to include original guitarist Dickey Betts.
My brown-eyed girl, you’re my brown-eyed girl. D7. G. Do you remember when we used to sing. C. D. I saw you just the other day, my, you have grown. Cast my memory back there, Lord, sometimes I'm overcome thinkin’ about. Makin’ love in the green grass, behind the stadium with you.
My Brown-Eyed Earl book. This was such a sweet story, probably a lot flufflier than I'm used to but I had a stupid smile on my face the entire time I was reading it! The relationship Meg had with the twins was so endearing and although I ground my teeth a few times because of Valerie and Diana, havin. I lack wealth, status, and beauty," she said matter-of-factly.
|I'm Hittin' The Trail|
|My Brown-Eyed Prairie Rose|
|B-4654||Wilf. Carter*||I'm Hittin' The Trail / My Brown-Eyed Prairie Rose (Shellac, 10")||Bluebird||B-4654||Canada||Unknown|
|G24011||Wilf Carter||I'm Hittin' The Trail / My Brown-Eyed Prairie Rose (Shellac, 10")||Regal Zonophone||G24011||Australia||1940|