Re: [Coulda-Been-Country] New file uploaded to Coulda-Been-Country
- A bunch of new adds in Coulda Been Country files on this 12/12/12 date.
Bet it's been a while since you heard any version of "You Are My Sunshine"?
The handful of Steve Lawrence's Coral, United Artists and ABC Paramount
hits of the '50s in files is a reminder of how much closer many of the
pop hits of the '50s are to country music than what's being passed
It's probably been even longer since you're heard "Bye Bye Blackbird" by
anyone. This 1926 version by George Olsen was one of the first waxed of
Ray Henderson and Mort Dixon's classic song. In 1933, Gene Autry
recorded it under the title "Bye Bye Boyfriend". Over the years it's
been cut by a diverse group of musicians including Joe Cocker, the
Everly Brothers, Johnny & The Hurricanes, Johnny Mathis, the McGuire
Sisters, Rosemary Clooney, and Russ Morgan, who had the last hit record
on it in 1948.
Jerry Vale's "You Don't Know Me" was the first pop hit on Cindy Walker's
song, now so classic that it's in everybody's songbook.
On 12/12/2012 6:43 PM, Coulda-Been-Country@yahoogroups.com wrote:
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> File : /James Joni - You Are My Sunshine.mp3
> Uploaded by : larrynorthwest <<mailto:larryonline1950%40comcast.net>
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