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Monday, September 14, 2009

120% Heroes of Country CD3

Disc three. In my opinion, this isn't as strong as the previous two. But still some good tracks on it. Songs of note: Razzy Bailey's "9.999.999 Tears", Frankie Laine's "Blazing Saddles" (this was the theme for the Mel Brooks movie, the track was copied out of the original film!), Gene Autry's "Take Me Back Into Your Arms" (wonderful!), Roy Roger's "Saddle Serenade" and Don Gibson's "Blue Blue Day". The latter song introduced me first to Don Gibson, a wonderful tune, although it is the re-recording here. I love nearly all of Don's titles. Anyway, enjoy the music.

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track list:
1. Ferlin Husky - Giddyup Go
2. Charlie Rich - Lonely Weekends
3. Razzy Bailey - 9.999.999 Tears
4. Johnny Cash - Hey Porter
5. Kenny Rogers - For the Good Times
6. Frankie Laine - Blazing Saddles
7. Freddie Fender - There Is Something On Your Mind
8. Gene Autry - Take Me Back Into Your Arms Dear
9. Hank Locklin - We're Gonna Go Fishing
10. Jim Reeves - Just Call Me Lonesome (live - maybe radio transcription?)
11. Barbara Fairchild - You Can't Put the City In a Country Girl
12. Donna Fargo - Superman
13. Porter Wagoner - Green Green Grass of Home
14. Don Gibson - Lonesome Number One
15. Roy Rogers - Saddle Serenade
16. Willie Nelson - Pride Wins Again
17. Patsy Cline - Lovesick Blues
18. Conway Twitty - You've Never Been This Far Before
19. Roger Miller - Husbands and Wifes
20. Don Gibson - Blue Blue Day

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