8 thoughts on “ Sioux City Sue - Various - The Golden Swing Years (Vinyl, LP)

  1. Sioux City Sue: E2 – The Sons Of The Pioneers (Ghost) Riders In The Sky: E3 – Al Dexter: Pistol Packin' Mama: E4 – The Sons Of The Pioneers: Don't Fence Me In: E5 – Jimmy Wakely: Take Me Back To My Boots And Saddle: E6 – The Sons Of The Pioneers: Ragtime Cowboy Joe: F1 – Tennessee Ernie Ford: Mule Train: F2 – The Sons Of The /5(11).
  2. 38 Special - Strength In Numbers: Somebody Like You, Like No Other Night, Last Time, Once iN A Lifetime, Just A Little Love, Has There Ever Been A Go>.
  3. Classic Country Golden '40s Various. 0. Wagon Wheels: Legendary Songs Of The Old West Various. 0. Stompin' Western Swing Various. 0. Stompin' At The Honky Tonk Various. 0. Yesterday & Today Sioux City Sue, Disc 1 Various. 0. Sioux City Sue, Disc 2 Various. 0. 1 – 50 of Prev; Next;.
  4. Discover releases, reviews, songs, credits, and more about The Golden Age Of Country Music at Discogs. Shop Vinyl and CDs and complete your collection. Country: US • Genre: Folk, World, & Country • Sioux City Sue/5(3).
  5. Sioux City Sue: 2 A3 – Judy Garland: Over The Rainbow (From 'The Wizard Of Oz') 2 A4 – Evelyn Knight: A Little Bird Told Me: 2 A5 – The Charioteers: Open The Door Richard! 2 A6 – Russ Morgan And His Orchestra: Johnson Rag: 2 A7 – Mel Tormé, Frank De Vol And His Orchestra: The Four Winds And The Seven.
  6. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of The Golden Age Of Country Music on Discogs. Label: Reader's Digest - RBA/A • Format: 7x, Vinyl LP, Compilation Box Set • Country: US • Genre: Folk, World, & Country •.
  7. But Dave Miller refused to cut it because of an ongoing dispute with the music publisher and co-writer, James Myers. The song had been written in by Max C. Freedman, a Philadelphia songwriter, already 60 years old. He'd written Sioux City Sue in , and had worked stints as an announcer and radio personality.
  8. Kajim 9 Comments on Eddie Hooper & Storm* - Pass It On (Vinyl) Dec 05, · Eddie Hooper Pass It On (Part 1) This release comes from the Guyanese singer Eddie Hooper, famous in the large part for his soca recordings.

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