Title: Folk Singers
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Wreck Of The Old 97. E. –Jimmie Rodgers. Blue Yodel (T For Texas). Away Out On The Mountain. Liner Notes – Leonard Feather. Includes booklet and series catalogue.
Jimmie Rodgers (country singer). Both Gene Autry and future Louisiana governor Jimmie Davis (said to have been author of "You Are My Sunshine") began their careers as Jimmie Rodgers copyists, and Merle Haggard, Hank Snow, and Lefty Frizzell later did tribute albums. Haggard's, titled Same Train, A Different Time: Merle Haggard Sings The Great Songs Of Jimmie Rodgers, was released in 1969. Fellow Meridian, MS native Steve Forbert's tribute album to Jimmie Rodgers, Any Old Time, was nominated for a 2004 Grammy in the best traditional folk category. Morrison does not name any other Country and Western singers, although Jimmie Rodgers' music was influenced very much by blues.
Significant artists whose works were included were Vernon Dalhart, Jimmie Rodgers, the Carter Family, Sons of the Pioneers, Bob Wills, Roy Acuff, Ernest Tubb, Eddy Arnold, Hank Williams, Johnny Cash, Kitty Wells, Loretta Lynn, Merle Haggard, Willie Nelson and George Jones. Everything was contained within a denim-covered box, with the name emblazoned on the front.
James Frederick Rodgers (born September 18, 1933 in Camas, Washington) is an American singer. Rodgers had a brief run of mainstream popularity in the 1950s and 1960s with a string of crossover singles that ranked highly on the Billboard Pop Singles, Hot Country and Western Sides and Hot Rhythm and Blues Sides charts; in the 1960s, Rodgers had more modest successes with adult contemporary music.
Carolina Moon Saxophone – Andy Sannella. B –Gene Austin Ramona. C –Vernon Dalhart The Prisoner's Song. D –Vernon Dalhart Wreck Of The Old 97. E –Jimmie Rodgers Blue Yodel (T For Texas). F –Jimmie Rodgers Away Out On The Mountain. Gene Austin, Vernon Dalhart, Jimmie Rodgers - "Folk Singers" - A RCA. Treasury Of Immortal.
Jimmie Rodgers Sings Folk Songs - his third LP in less than two years - is a foray into the whimsical world of English folk ballads, such as "Black Is the Color of My True Love's Hair" and "Lord Randal, My Son," as well as the traditional American folk standards, including the story song "Soldier, Won't You Marry Me" and the decidedly modern. reading of "Bo Diddley.
5 Major Influence Jimmie Rodgers Considered The Father of Country Music and was arguably Gene’s largest musical influence. Also known as The Blue Yodeler or sometimes America’s Blue Yodeler, a musical style that Autry imitated. Early in his career, Autry would practice Jimmie Rodgers’ songs, he would imitate Jimmie Rodgers to the point that sometimes, on the songs he recorded, it was hard to tell that it wasn’t Rodgers singing. Vernon Dalhart Dalhart had extreme success taking hillbilly music and adapted it to suite the taste of the non-hillbilly music listening population. Autry idolized the success and popular appeal Vernon Dalhart had. Cusic, Don. (2007). 15 Artists Influenced by Gene Autry Gene Autry’s success influenced many of the up and coming country singers. Eddy Arnold Eddy Arnold’s music and style was originally influenced by cowboy singers like Gene Autry.
A year later, on June 14, 1923, Fiddlin' John Carson recorded "Little Log Cabin in the Lane" for Okeh Records. Vernon Dalhart was the first country singer to have a nationwide hit in May 1924 with "Wreck of the Old 97". The flip side of the record was "Lonesome Road Blues", which also became very popular. Jimmie Rodgers and the Carter Family are widely considered to be important early country musicians. Some of the popular singing cowboys from the era were Gene Autry, the Sons of the Pioneers, and Roy Rogers. Country music and western music were frequently played together on the same radio stations, hence the term country and western music. Cowgirls contributed to the sound in various family groups.
Tracks count: 16. Views: 16. Crockett's Kentucky Mountaineers - Little Rabbit 03:01.
|–Gene Austin||Carolina Moon|
|–Vernon Dalhart||The Prisoner's Song|
|–Vernon Dalhart||Wreck Of The Old 97|
|–Jimmie Rodgers||Blue Yodel (T For Texas)|
|–Jimmie Rodgers||Away Out On The Mountain|
|WPT 6||Gene Austin / Vernon Dalhart / Jimmie Rodgers||Gene Austin / Vernon Dalhart / Jimmie Rodgers - Folk Singers (3x7", Album, Comp + Box)||RCA Victor||WPT 6||US||1950|
|LPT 6||Gene Austin, Vernon Dalhart, Jimmie Rodgers||Gene Austin, Vernon Dalhart, Jimmie Rodgers - "Folk Singers" - A Treasury Of Immortal Performances (10", Comp)||RCA Victor||LPT 6||US||1950|