Various Artists : Greatest Country Hits Of 1959

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Sell date: 3/2016
Label: Acrobat
Mfg's Catalog#: 7096
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 Notes & Reviews
This release continues the series which we re-established last year with a 4-CD set of 'The Greatest Country Hits of 1958' and which comprises selected annual collections of the biggest US country hits of each year. This great-value 116-track collection follows on from that 1958 anthology, and includes every record that appeared in the Top 20 of the Billboard country charts during 1959, excluding those records which had already made the Top 20 and which therefore appeared in the 1958 set (there was insufficient space to include them again in this collection). The country chart had been rationalised in October 1958 into a single 'Hot C&W Sides' Top 30 listing. With the new format and research basis, there are fewer pop and rock 'n' roll records featured in the country charts this year, and it provides a platform for the top country artists of the day, as well as a number of more obscure tracks which have not been widely available on CD. With an in-depth 10-000+ word booklet with background notes on every record, it gives a solid overview of the most popular country music of the year.

Country Music Is Here to Stay - Simon Crum
Billy Bayou - Jim Reeves
Life to Go - Stonewall Jackson
You're Making a Fool Out of Me - Jimmy Newman
Come Walk With Me - Stoney Cooper & Wilma Lee
I've Run Out of Tomorrows - Hank Thompson & the Brazos Valley
Dark Hollow - Luke Gordon
My Baby's Gone - Louvin Brothers
Problems - Everly Brothers
I'd Like to Be - Jim Reeves
Which One Is to Blame - Wilburn Brothers
Cigarettes & Coffee Blues - Lefty Frizzell
What Am I Living for - Ernest Tubb
When It's Springtime in Alaska - Johnny Horton
That's What It's Like to Be Lonesome - Ray Price
Gotta Travel on - Billy Grammer
Don't Take Your Guns to Town - Johnny Cash
Dark Hollow - Jimmy Skinner
So Many Times - Roy Acuff & His Smoky Mountain Boys
The Best Years of Your Life - Carl Smith
That's What It's Like to Be Lonesome - Bill Anderson
The Knoxville Girl - Wilburn Brothers
Long Time Ago - Faron Young
Who Cares? - Don Gibson
Last Night at a Party - Faron Young
My Reason for Living - Ferlin Husky
Beyond the Shadow - the Browns
Yankee Go Home - Goldie Hill
White Lightning - George Jones
Gotta Travel on - Bill Monroe & His Blue Grass Boys
I'm in Love Again - George Morgan
Mommy for a Day - Kitty Wells
All the Time - Kitty Wells
Chip Off the Old Block - Eddy Arnold
Knoxville Girl - Louvin Brothers
Set Him Free - Skeeter Davis
Luther Played the Boogie - Johnny Cash
Hanging Tree - Marty Robbins
Poor Old Heartsick Me - Margie Bowes
Home - Jim Reeves
Doggone That Train - Hank Snow
A Thousand Miles Ago - Webb Pierce
Thanks a Lot - Johnny Cash
How Can I Think of Tomorrow - James O'Gwynn
Am I That Easy to Forget - Carl Belew
So Soon - Jimmy Newman
Battle of New Orleans - Johnny Horton
That's the Way It's Gotta Be - Faron Young
Blackland Farmer - Frankie Miller
Frankie's Man Johnny - Johnny Cash
Heartaches by the Number - Ray Price
Frankie's Man Johnny - Johnny Sea
I Cried a Tear - Ernest Tubb
You Dreamer You - Johnny Cash
Lonesome Old House - Don Gibson
Big Midnight Special - Wilma Lee & Stoney Cooper
Anybody's Girl - Hank Thompson & the Brazos Valley Boys
Waterloo - Stonewall Jackson
It's All My Heartaches - Carl Smith
Long Black Veil - Lefty Frizzell
Somebody's Back in Town - Wilburn Brothers
I'll Catch You When You Fall - Charlie Walker
Chasin' a Rainbow - Hank Snow
Tennessee Stud - Eddy Arnold
Draggin' the River - Ferlin Husky
You Take the Table & I'll Take the Chairs - Bob Gallion
Ninety - Nine
Come & Knock (On the Door of My Heart) - Roy Acuff & His Smo
Cabin in the Hills - Lester Flatt & Earl Scruggs
Half Breed - Marvin Rainwater
Your Wild Life's Gonna Get You Down - Kitty Wells
Who Shot Sam - George Jones
Ten Thousand Drums - Carl Smith
I Ain't Never - Webb Pierce
Katy Too - Johnny Cash
Country Girl - Faron Young
Grin & Bear It - Jimmy Newman
Partners - Jim Reeves
Three Bells (Les Trois Cloches) - the Browns
John Wesley Hardin - Jimmie Skinner
I Got Stripes - Johnny Cash
Sailor Man - Johnny & Jack
Little Dutch Girl - George Morgan
Soldier's Joy - Hawkshaw Hawkins
Sal's Got a Sugar Lip - Johnny Horton
Five Feet High & Rising - Johnny Cash
Johnny Reb - Johnny Horton
Jimmy Brown the Newsboy - Mac Wiseman
Don't Tell Me Your Troubles - Don Gibson
Til I Kissed You - Everly Brothers
Old Moon - Betty Foley
My Love & Little Me - Margie Bowes
Under Your Spell Again - Buck Owens
Homebreaker - Skeeter Davis
Family Man - Frankie Miller
Same Old Me - Ray Price
The Last Ride - Hank Snow
I'm Beginning to Forget You - Jim Reeves
Deck of Cards - Wink Martindale
Are You Willing, Willie - Marion Worth
Next Time - Ernest Tubb
There's a Big Wheel - Wilma Lee & Stoney Cooper
A Woman's Intuition - Wilburn Brothers
Amigo's Guitar - Kitty Wells
Riverboat - Faron Young
El Paso - Marty Robbins
Under Your Spell Again - Ray Price
Chain Gang - Fred Hart
Face to the Wall - Faron Young
Scarlet Ribbons - the Browns
He'll Have to Go - Jim Reeves
Money to Burn - George Jones
I'm Movin' on - Don Gibson
No Love Have I - Webb Pierce
Timbrook - Lewis Pruitt
Big Harlan Taylor - George Jones