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Red Sovine - You Used To Be My Baby mp3 download
Performer: Red Sovine
Title: You Used To Be My Baby
Country: US
Released: 1958
Style: Country
Rating: 4.7/5
FLAC size: 1894 mb | MP3 size: 1838 mb | WMA size: 1829 mb

Teddy Bear" is a song made famous by country music singer Red Sovine. Released in 1976, the song was the title track to Sovine's album released that same year. The song - actually, a recitation with an instrumental backing - was one of Sovine's many recordings that saluted the American truck driver

1955: Red Sovine recorded the song, released on the Brunswick label. King & His Orchestra recorded on RPM Records. 1955: Larry Cross recorded on the Embassy label. 1990: A rendition of the song by Eric Burdon was used for the opening to the comedy film Joe Versus the Volcano. Recorded in the early 1980s, it was not released until 1998 on the album Nightwinds Dying.

Phantom 309. Red Sovine.

My Father was a country music fan and he bought Red Sovine's LP album titled "Daddy's Girl" when I was very young. Great cd country is not like it used to be I like old country best. New country is to much like rock with a twang.

Who was/is Red Sovine ? - CDs, Vinyl LPs, DVD and more. Woodrow Wilson Sovine was born in Charleston, West Virginia on July 17, 1918. With his head full of red hair, he was destined to receive the most common nickname assigned to carrot tops. His father, Alonzo Sovine, was a steam engineer, specifically on large construction machinery. Cox became very successful in the early thirties, recording for . and Columbia records with his most notable compositions, Sparkling Brown Eyes and Filipino Baby. Cox often took his young cousin Red to the radio station or to live appearances in the nearby area. With such frequent exposure to music and the behind-the-scenes workings, there was little surprise that Red soon wanted his own guitar.

Tracklist Hide Credits

A You Used To Be My Baby
Written-By – Roger Miller
B Leave Me Alone
Written-By – Lester Vanadore, Roy Drusky

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
31903 Red Sovine You Used To Be My Baby ‎(7") Decca 31903 US 1966
9-30814 Red Sovine You Used To Be My Baby ‎(7", Single) Decca 9-30814 US 1958
31903 Red Sovine You Used To Be My Baby ‎(7") Decca 31903 US 1966