Nashville Sound Of Success: Country 1's 1958-1962 : Nashville Sound Of Success: Country 1's 1958-1962

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Sell date: 11/2016
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EU two CD collection. The five years from the beginning of 1958 to the end of 1962 were crucial to the genesis of country music as it moved away from a traditional hillbilly and western sound to something altogether more cosmopolitan in construction. The arrival of The Nashville Sound - with vocal groups and strings replacing steel guitars and fiddles - brought country music into the mainstream and resulted in an enormous amount of crossover action between the country chart and the Hot 100. The Nashville Sound Of Success charts the progress, and the international acceptance of Country music between '58 and '62 by presenting - in chronological order - every record to make #1 on the Billboard Country chart during that period. Not all of the records were recorded in Nashville, but all of them play a vital part in telling the story of country music's first quantum leap towards becoming the commercial product it is considered to be in the 21st century. These discs are filled with some of the biggest names in country music - including Jim Reeves, Marty Robbins, Faron Young, Don Gibson and many more - singing some of their most beloved classic hits, and all resented in the best possible sound, from the best possible sources. As vintage country compilations go, this one takes a lot of beating. What's not to enjoy about The Nashville Sound Of Success?

 
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The Story of My Life - Marty Robbins
Great Balls of Fire - Jerry Lee Lewis
Ballad of a Teenage Queen - Johnny Cash
Oh Lonesome Me - Don Gibson
Just Married - Marty Robbins
All I Have to Do Is Dream - the Everly Brothers
Guess Things Happen That Way - Johnny Cash
Alone With You - Faron Young
Blue Blue Day - Don Gibson
Bird Dog - the Everly Brothers
City Lights - Ray Price
Billy Bayou - Jim Reeves
Don't Take Your Guns to Town - Johnny Cash
When It's Springtime in Alaska (It's Forty Below) - Johnny Horto
White Lightning - George Jones
The Battle of New Orleans - Johnny Horton
Waterloo - Stonewall Jackson
The Three Bells - the Browns
Country Girl - Faron Young
The Same Old Me - Ray Price
El Paso - Marty Robbins
He'll Have to Go - Jim Reeves
Please Help Me, I'm Falling - Hank Locklin
Alabam - Cowboy Copas
Wings of a Dove - Ferlin Husky
North to Alaska - Johnny Horton
Don't Worry - Marty Robbins
Hello Walls - Faron Young
Heartbreak U.S.A - Kitty Wells
I Fall to Pieces - Patsy Cline
Tender Years - George Jones
Walk on by - Leroy Van Dyke
Big Bad John - Jimmy Dean
Misery Loves Company - Porter Wagoner
That's My Pa - Sheb Wooley
She's Got You - Patsy Cline
Charlie's Shoes - Billy Walker
She Thinks I Still Care - George Jones
Wolverton Mountain - Claude King
Devil Woman - Marty Robbins
Mama Sang a Song - Bill Anderson
I've Been Everywhere - Hank Snow
Don't Let Me Cross Over - Carl Butler & Pearl
Ruby Ann - Marty Robbins
The Ballad of Jed Clampett - Lester Flatt, Earl Scruggs & The