“3 Country Gentlemen - Locklin, Snow And Wagoner” by Various Artists - album review

features in: (B-list) Album Chart of 1963(B-list) Album Chart of the 1960s

TJR says

The sleeve notes tell: “There is a bond between all country folks which has no parallel among city people. The common ties of people near the soil are no more closely seen and heard than in their music. Here we have 3 COUNTRY GENTLEMEN - one from northern Florida, one from Nova Scotia in Canada and one from southern Missouri. Each understands that common bond and each is a country music star because he has succesfully translated it into his songs and playing.

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A1 [02:14] 5.2.png Hank Locklin - Ivory Tower (Jack Fulton, Lois Steele) Country
A2 [02:13] 5.1.png Hank Locklin - Followed Closely By My Teardrops (Fred Tobias, Paul Evans) Country
A3 [02:38] 4.2.png Hank Snow - Laredo (Don McKinnon) Country
A4 [02:47] 4.0.png Hank Snow - Call Of The Wild (Billy Mize, Buddy Mize) Country
A5 [02:39] 3.8.png Porter Wagoner - False True Lover (Traditional) Country
A6 [02:44] 4.2.png Porter Wagoner - They Listened While You Said Goodbye (Harlan Howard) Country
B1 [02:14] 4.2.png Hank Locklin - Sweet Temptation (Merle Travis, Cliffie Stone) Country
B2 [02:26] 6.4.png Hank Locklin - It Keeps Right On A Hurtin’ (Johnny Tillotson) Country
B3 [03:40] 6.7.png Hank Snow - Black Diamond (Stuart Hamblen) Country
B4 [02:37] 4.2.png Hank Snow - I Went To Your Wedding (Jesse Mae Robinson) Country
B5 [02:48] 3.2.png Porter Wagoner - Keeper Of The Key (Harlan Howard, Ken Devine, Lance Guynes, Beverly Stewart) Country
B6 [02:25] 3.5.png Porter Wagoner - Eat, Drink And Be Merry (Tomorrow You’ll Cry) (Celia Ferguson, Sandra Ferguson) Country
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