Download Birmingham Bounce - Various - The History Of Country Music - The Fifties - Volume 1 (CD)
1993
Label: Kenwest Music - KNEWCD717 • Format: 2x, CD Compilation • Country: UK • Genre: Folk, World, & Country •


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    The Lost Highway is a four-volume history of country music that utilizes rare film footage and interviews to trace the history and growth of country music, from its roots in mountain music, through bluegrass to the emergence of Hank Williams and honky-tonk, the rise of the pop-friendly Nashville Sound, the emergence of chart-topping female artists and the success of Alt. Country.
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    s. in country music, 21 weeks at No. 1 for Hank Snow's "I’m Moving On." in country music, The year of "Hank and Lefty" (as Merle Haggard would sing in song more than 25 years later); Hank Snow and Eddy Arnold were equally dominating; chart debut of Carl Smith.

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