Vocals – Cal SmithWritten-By – Jack Guthrie, Woody Guthrie
Instrumentation By – Buddy Charleton, Leon RhodesWritten-By – Ben Kynard, Lionel Hampton
|A3||Just A Stone's Throw Away
Vocals – Cal Smith, Jack Greene, Leon RhodesWritten-By – Clay Allen, George McCoy
|A4||Almost To Tulsa
Steel Guitar – Buddy CharletonWritten-By – Buddy Charleton
|A5||Another Bridge To Burn
Vocals – Jack GreeneWritten-By – Harlan Howard
Guitar – Buddy Charleton, Leon RhodesWritten-By – Duke Ellington
Vocals – Johnny WigginsWritten-By – Curtis Leach
|B2||Twilight Over Texas
Guitar – Leon RhodesWritten-By – Clay Allen, Leon Rhodes
|B3||What About Me
Vocals – Jack GreeneWritten-By – Don Gibson
Vocals – Jack DrakeWritten-By – Paul Westmoreland
|B5||Honky Tonks And You
Vocals – Cal SmithWritten-By – Billy Hughes
|B6||Leon's Guitar Boogie
Guitar – Leon RhodesWritten-By – Bill Dycus, Leon Rhodes
Ernest Dale Tubb (February 9, 1914 – September 6, 1984), nicknamed the Texas Troubadour, was an American singer and songwriter and one of the pioneers of country music. His biggest career hit song, "Walking the Floor Over You" (1941), marked the rise of the honky tonk style of music. In 1948, he was the first singer to record a hit version of Billy Hayes and Jay W. Johnson's "Blue Christmas", a song more commonly associated with Elvis Presley and his late-1950s version
Turnpike Troubadours is an American country music group from Oklahoma founded in 2005. They started their own imprint, Bossier City Records, in 2007 and have released five studio albums. Their self-titled 2015 album peaked at number 17 on the Billboard 200. The band was formed in 2007, with original members including Evan Felker and .
Ernest Tubb's Texas Troubadours – Country Dance Time. Pink Floyd - Animals 1977 Full Album HQ. 41:34. George Jones, Melba Montgomery And Judy Lynn - A King And Two Kings (Mono). Recorded live at the Cains Ballroom Tulsa OklahomaDecca Records 196201 Introduction: Johnny Johnson, Ernest TubbWomen Make A Fool Out Of Me02 Go On Home03 Steel Guitar Rag04 Old Love, New Tears05 Try Me One more Time06 Lover's Waltz07 Drivin' Nails In My Coffin08 Out Of My Mind09 Redskin Rag10 Watching my past.
Ernest Tubb and His Texas Troubadours - I Want You to Know I Love You 03:04. Ernest Tubb and his Texas Troubadours - We Need God For Christmas 02:51. Ernest Tubb and His Texas Troubadours - Walking the Floors over You 01:15. Ernest Tubb and his Texas Troubadours - Blue Christmas 02:51. Ernest Tubb and his Texas Troubadours - White Christmas 02:47. Ernest Tubb and his Texas Troubadours - Lonely Christmas Eve 02:38. Ernest Tubb and his Texas Troubadours - Blue Snowflakes 02:51. Ernest Tubb and his Texas Troubadours - Christmas Island 02:29
Ladies & gentlemen, introducing The Troubadours. It’s not everyday you come across a band that can burst into any room, in any country, full of unsuspecting diners and cause an immediate flurry of excitemen. ut somehow these guys do it, every time, and in style. . Another well-known Tubb hit was "Waltz Across Texas" (1965) (written by his nephew Quanah Talmadge Tubb (Billy Talmadge)), which became one of his most requested songs and is often used in dance halls throughout Texas during waltz lessons. Tubb recorded duets with the then up-and-coming Loretta Lynn in the early 1960s, including their hit "Sweet Thang". Tubb is a member of the Country Music Hall of Fame
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Tubb's vocal range had narrowed considerably in the ten years or so leading up to the 1960s, but he and producer Owen Bradley had worked out recordings that made his range sound greater than it was. For a lot of real fans, the highlights on Disc One will be the raw studio performances of cuts that were later mixed with applause for release as the fake "live" On Tour album, which might have been a cheat but did present Tubb and the band playing loose and freewheeling. Disc Five presents the balance of the early Lynn duets, as well as the title track, Tubb's last major hit. The sound throughout is state-of-the-art, and the annotated booklet is worth owning by itself, for what it tells us about the man and the band.