Various - Country & Western - Volume 1 album flac
|1||–Johnny Cash||Folsom Prison Blues||2:50|
|2||–Johnny Cash||Hey Porter||2:13|
|3||–Conway Twitty||Blue Is The Way I Feel||1:56|
|4||–Conway Twitty||You Made Me What I Am||2:40|
|5||–Willie Nelson||Home Is Where Your Happy||3:06|
|6||–Willie Nelson||I'm Building Heartaches||2:08|
|7||–Patsy Cline||I've Loved And Lost Again||2:35|
|8||–Patsy Cline||Just Out Of Reach||2:31|
|9||–Faron Young||Hello Walls||2:16|
|10||–Faron Young||I Can't Help It||2:05|
|11||–Don Williams||Where Do We Go From Here||2:54|
|12||–Don Williams||Take My Hand For A While||2:15|
|13||–George Jones||World's Worst Loser||2:06|
|14||–George Jones||I Can't Change Overnight||2:34|
|15||–Johnny Paycheck||I Don't Need To Know That Right Now||2:33|
|16||–Johnny Paycheck||Georgia In A Jug||2:49|
|17||–Dolly Parton||Release Me||2:12|
|18||–Dolly Parton||It Wasn't God Who Made Honky Tonk Angels||2:25|
|19||–Ray Pillow||How Do I Hide From A Memory||3:28|
|20||–Ray Pillow||We're Together Again||2:11|
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Object Enterprises Ltd.
- Copyright (c) – Object Enterprises Ltd.
- Compiled By – Object Enterprises Ltd.
NotesManufactured in Canada. (On Disc)
Manufactured in the UK. (On Booklet)
℗ + © 1987 Object Enterprises Inc. (On Disc)
℗ + © 1987 Object Enterprises Ltd. (On Booklet)
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode (Text): 5 014797 190269
- Barcode: 5014797190269
|OS0026||Various||Country & Western - Volume 1 (CD, Comp)||Object Enterprises||OS0026||UK||1987|
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Various – Country & Western - Volume 1. Label: Object Enterprises – OS0026. Country: UK. Released: 1987.
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More than a half-century later, the premise of Ray Charles’ two-volume Modern Sounds in Country and Western Music-that is, an established R&B star makes a record of country hits-might yet inspire a spit take from the uninitiated. Alas, the uninitiated have long remained uninitiated, since these groundbreaking albums have been reissued infrequently since their 1962 release. Charles approached the album with what would turn out to be necessary defiance, as he faced skepticism from his label and the industry at large. Even though the albums contain some of Charles’ most enduring singles, they are still more accepted as Ray Charles songs than disclaimer-free country.