|2||Everybody's Had The Blues||2:52|
|3||Green, Green Grass Of Home||3:13|
|4||You Still Have A Place In My Heart||2:29|
|5||The Sidewalks Of Chicargo||2:28|
|6||The Son Of Hickory Holler's Tramp||2:56|
|7||Goodbye Comes Hard For Me||2:41|
|8||Mom And Dad's Waltz||2:54|
|9||Life's Like Poetry||2:31|
|10||Things Aren't Funny Anymore||2:42|
|11||It's Not Love (But It's Not Bad)||3:19|
|12||I'd Trade All Of My Tomorrows||2:30|
|13||She Thinks I Still Care||2:35|
|14||Don't Give Up On Me'||2:20|
|15||The Man Who Picked The Wildwood Flower||2:10|
|16||Folsom Prison Blues||2:45|
|PDL-2-1193||Merle Haggard||Country Boy (2xLP, Comp)||Capitol Records||PDL-2-1193||US||Unknown|
16 Biggest Hits is a 1998 Merle Haggard compilation album. It is part of a series of similar 16 Biggest Hits albums released by Legacy Recordings. All songs except "Big City", "Are the Good Times Really Over (I Wish a Buck Was Still Silver)" and "Going Where the Lonely Go" are re-recordings from October 1994. The album was certified Gold in 2002 by the RIAA. It has sold 955,000 copies in the US as of May 2013. Swinging Doors" (Merle Haggard) – 2:50. The Bottle Let Me Down" (Haggard) – 2:42.
Strangers (Merle Haggard album). Strangers is the debut studio album by Merle Haggard.
Merle Haggard, who over six decades composed and performed one of the greatest repertoires in country music, capturing the American condition with his stories of the poor, the lost, the working class, heartbroken and hard-living, died at his home in the San Joaquin Valley, California, after a battle with pneumonia, his spokeswoman Tresa Redburn confirmed. He was 79. In American and country music, few artists loomed larger
Listen to Merle Haggard lyrics sorted by album. New music videos and mp3 for artist Merle Haggard. Merle Haggard lyrics. Browse by album: ▼ New Songs. I Am What I Am (2010). A Taste Of Yesterday's Wine (2008). Going Where The Lonely Go (2008). It's All In The Game (2008). 16 Biggest Hits: Merle Haggard (2006). Hag: The Best Of Merle Haggard (2006). Live From Austin, Texas (2006).
Studio album by Merle Haggard. Merle Haggard chronology. Pancho & Lefty (1983)Pancho & Lefty1983. That's the Way Love Goes (1983). Heart to Heart (1983)Heart to Heart1983. That's the Way Love Goes is the 38th studio album by American country singer Merle Haggard, released in 1983. While discussing his own song "Bad Boy" in the liner notes to Great Days: The John Prine Anthology, John Prine admitted, "Around that time, I fell under the spell of Merle Haggard's songwriting. There was a period there when he just seemed to be churning out some really great stuff. He was bringing out great albums every six or eight months, and I considered 'Bad Boy' sort of in the vein of what he was doing.
Four of Merle Haggard's children inherited the same singing talents and showmanship of their father, following in his country music footsteps. The country star's children have developed their own following over the years and are entertaining just like their father was. (Does anyone remember Haggard's spot-on impressions of Johnny Cash and Buck Owens? Entertaining. An American treasure, the singer has strong country music genes, which has to be why so many of his children ended up pursuing music. Longtime fans already know about Marty and Noel, two sons from the Hag's marriage to first wife Leona Hobbs (1956-1964). Ben Haggard (Born December 14, 1992). The youngest Haggard boy took Merle's songs, bus and band on the road following his legendary dad's 2016 passing. That backstory alone makes Ben the most visible Haggard heir. Plus, he's the best singer of the bunch.
The Bakersfield singer-songwriter, who thrived after an early life of crime and a prison term in San Quentin, died on his birthday. Merle Haggard, who overcame a youth of deprivation and imprisonment to become one of the enduring figures in hardcore country music, died Wednesday on his 79th birthday. The singer underwent surgery for lung cancer in 2008 and had been hospitalized for various ailments over the past few years - most notably for pneumonia, which forced several concert postponements and cancellations in 2015 and this year.
Merle Haggard emerged from the Bakersfield music scene in the mid-sixties, and over the course of time, became the greatest man in the history of country music. Haggard entered a tortured period, where he was quickly developing into a musical talent but also becoming quite the petty criminal. Haggard spent most of his teens and early twenties in and out of detention centers and prisons. During one time on the outside, he attended a Lefty Frizzell concert and found his way backstage. After singing for Frizzell, Haggard’s hero refused to go onstage until Haggard got to sing for the audience first, and Haggard received a thunderous ovation.