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Ernest Tubb - The Complete US Hits 1941-62 album

Ernest Tubb - The Complete US Hits 1941-62 album
  • Performer Ernest Tubb
  • Title The Complete US Hits 1941-62
  • Date of release 2016
  • Style Country
  • Other formats AA VQF ASF MP2 AC3 FLAC MIDI
  • Genre Folk music
  • Size MP3 1320 mb
  • Size FLAC 1874 mb
  • Rating: 4.1
  • Votes: 585

Ernest Dale Tubb (February 9, 1914 – September 6, 1984), nicknamed the Texas Troubadour, was an American singer and songwriter and one of the pioneers of country music. His biggest career hit song, "Walking the Floor Over You" (1941), marked the rise of the honky tonk style of music. Style:MLA Chicago APA. "The Complete Hits, 1941-1962 Album.

From the Album The Complete Hits 1941-62, Vol. 1. February 5, 2016. Exclusive Prime pricing. Fix in Music Library.

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1-1 Ernest Tubb Walking The Floor Over You
Songwriter – Ernest Tubb
1-2 Ernest Tubb Try Me One More Time
Songwriter – Ernest Tubb
1-3 Ernest Tubb Soldier's Last Letter
Songwriter – Ernest Tubb, Sgt. Henry Stewart*
1-4 Ernest Tubb Yesterday's Tears
Songwriter – Ernest Tubb
1-5 Ernest Tubb Keep My Mem'ry In Your Heart
Songwriter – Ernest Tubb
1-6 Ernest Tubb Tomorrow Never Comes
Songwriter – Ernest Tubb
1-7 Ernest Tubb Careless Darlin'
Songwriter – Bob Shelton, Ernest Tubb, Lou Wayne
1-8 Ernest Tubb It's Been So Long Darling
Songwriter – Ernest Tubb
1-9 Ernest Tubb Rainbow At Midnight
Songwriter – Lost John Miller
1-10 Ernest Tubb Filipino Baby
Songwriter – Billy Cox , Clark Van Ness*
1-11 Ernest Tubb Drivin' Nails In My Coffin
Songwriter – Jerry Irby
1-12 Ernest Tubb Don't Look Now (But Your Broken Heart Is Showing)
Songwriter – Ernest Tubb
1-13 Ernest Tubb So Round, So Firm, So Fully Packed
Songwriter – Cliffie Stone, Eddie Kirk, Merle Travis
1-14 Ernest Tubb I'll Step Aside
Songwriter – Johnny Bond
1-15 Ernest Tubb Seaman's Blues
Songwriter – Ernest Tubb
1-16 Ernest Tubb You Nearly Lose Your Mind
Songwriter – Ernest Tubb
1-17 Ernest Tubb Forever Is Ending Today
Songwriter – Ernest Tubb, Ike Cargill, Johnny Bond
1-18 Ernest Tubb That Wild And Wicked Look In Your Eye
Songwriter – Sam Nichols
1-19 Ernest Tubb Have You Ever Been Lonely? (Have You Ever Been Blue)
Songwriter – Billy Hill, Peter de Rose
1-20 Ernest Tubb Let's Say Goodbye Like We Said Hello
Songwriter – Ernest Tubb, Jimmie Skinner
1-21 Ernest Tubb Till The End Of The World
Songwriter – Vaughn Horton
1-22 Ernest Tubb Daddy, When Is Mommy Coming Home
Songwriter – Ernest Martin, Troy L. Martin*
1-23 Ernest Tubb Mean Mama Blues
Songwriter – Ernest Tubb
1-24 Ernest Tubb Slippin' Around
Songwriter – Floyd Tilman*
2-1 Ernest Tubb with The Andrews Sisters & The Texas Troubadours I'm Biting My Finger Nails
2-2 Ernest Tubb with The Andrews Sisters & The Texas Troubadours Don't Rob Another Man's castle
Songwriter – Jenny Lou Carson
2-3 Ernest Tubb My Tennessee Baby
Songwriter – Ernest Tubb
2-4 Ernest Tubb My Filipino Rose
Songwriter – Hank Snow
2-5 Ernest Tubb Warm Red Wine
Songwriter – Cindy Walker
2-6 Ernest Tubb Blue Christmas
Songwriter – Billy Hayes, Jay Johnson
2-7 Ernest Tubb White Christmas
Songwriter – Irving Berlin
2-8 Ernest Tubb With Red Foley Tennesse Border No. 2
Songwriter – Homer Haynes, Jimmy Work, Ken Burns
2-9 Ernest Tubb With Red Foley Don't Be Ashamed Of Your Age
Songwriter – Bob Wills, Cindy Walker
2-10 Ernest Tubb Letetrs Have No Arms
Songwriter – Arbie Gibson, Ernest Tubb
2-11 Ernest Tubb I'll Take A Back Seat For You
Songwriter – Ernest Tubb
2-12 Ernest Tubb I Love You Because
Songwriter – Leon Payne
2-13 Ernest Tubb Unfaithful One
Songwriter – J.M. Lyne
2-14 Ernest Tubb Throw Your Love My Way
Songwriter – Ernest Tubb
2-15 Ernest Tubb Give Me A Little Old Fashioned Love
Songwriter – Ernest Tubb
2-16 Ernest Tubb With Red Foley & The Sunshine Trio Goodnight Irene
Songwriter – Huddie Ledbetter, John Lomax*
2-17 Ernest Tubb With Red Foley Hillbilly Fever No. 2
Songwriter – George Vaughn
2-18 Ernest Tubb You Don't Have To Be A Baby To Cry
2-19 Ernest Tubb (Remember Me) I'm The One Who Loves You
Songwriter – Stuart Hamblen
2-20 Ernest Tubb Don't Stay Too Long
Songwriter – Ernest Tubb, John Whitney
2-21 Ernest Tubb With The Anita Kerr Singers The Strange Little Girl
Songwriter – Jerry Ross , Richard Adler
2-22 Ernest Tubb With The Anita Kerr Singers Hey La La
Songwriter – Leonard McRight, Ray Price
2-23 Ernest Tubb Driftwood On The River
Songwriter – Bob Miller , John Klenner
3-1 Ernest Tubb Too Old To Cut The Mustard
Songwriter – Bill Carlisle
3-2 Ernest Tubb With Red Foley Missing In Action
3-3 Ernest Tubb Somebody's Stole My Honey
3-4 Ernest Tubb Fortunes In Memories
Songwriter – Lou Wayne
3-5 Ernest Tubb I'll Miss You When You Go
Songwriter – Baby Stewart, Ernest Tubb
3-6 Ernest Tubb With Red Foley No Help Wanted #2
Songwriter – Bill Carlisle
3-7 Ernest Tubb Divorce Granted
Songwriter – C. Tebbetts*
3-8 Ernest Tubb Counterdeit Kisses
Songwriter – Carrie Fraley, Evelyn Fielding, Gene MacGregor
3-9 Ernest Tubb Two Glasses, Joe
Songwriter – Cindy Walker
3-10 Ernest Tubb The Yellow Rose Of Texas
Songwriter – Don George
3-11 Ernest Tubb Thirty Days (To Come Back)
Songwriter – Chuck Berry
3-12 Ernest Tubb With The Wilburn Brothers Mister Love
Songwriter – Doug Kershaw, Rusty Kershaw
3-13 Ernest Tubb House Of Glass
Songwriter – Jimmy Duncan
3-14 Ernest Tubb With The Wilburn Brothers Hey, Mr. Bluebird
Songwriter – Cindy Walker
3-15 Ernest Tubb Half A Mind
Songwriter – Roger Miller
3-16 Ernest Tubb Deep Purple Blues
Songwriter – Cindy Walker
3-17 Ernest Tubb What Am I Living For
Songwriter – Art Harris, Fred Jay
3-18 Ernest Tubb I Cried A Tear
Songwriter – Al Julia, Fred Jay
3-19 Ernest Tubb Next Time
Songwriter – Glenn Douglas
3-20 Ernest Tubb Thoughts Of A Fool
Songwriter – Wayne P. Walker*
3-21 Ernest Tubb & His Texas Troubadours* Ev'rybody's Somebody's Fool
Songwriter – Howard Greenfield, Jack Keller
3-22 Ernest Tubb Through That Door
Songwriter – Hank Cochran
3-23 Ernest Tubb I'm Looking High And Loe For My Baby
Songwriter – Art Gibson
3-24 Ernest Tubb Show Her Lots Of Gold
Songwriter – Ray King, Tommy Hill

Credits

  • Bass – Billy Robinson , Butterball Paige, Jack Drake, Wesley Tuttle
  • Drums – Farris Coursey
  • Fiddle – Johnny Sapp, Red Heron, Tommy Jackson
  • Guitar – Billy Byrd, Charles Quirk, Eddie Tudor, Grady Martin, Hank Garland, Howard Johnson , Jimmie Short
  • Guitar, Steel Guitar – Jack Shook
  • Liner Notes – Paul Watts
  • Piano – Floyd Cramer, Hargus Robbins, Owen Bradley
  • Rhythm Guitar, Guitar – Leon Short
  • Steel Guitar – Bobby Garrett , Dickie Harris, Don Helms, Jerry Byrd
  • Steel Guitar, Guitar – Smitty Smith
  • Steel Guitar, Lead Guitar – Buddy Emmons
  • Vocals, Guitar – Ernest Tubb

Notes

NB Part credits.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 8 24046 90562 0