Jimmie Rodgers - The Best Of The Legendary Jimmie Rodgers mp3 album
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3. T for Texas (Blue Yodel No. 1). Jimmie Rodgers. 4. Roll Along, Kentucky Moon. 5. The Mystery of Number Five. 6. Why Should I Be Lonely? Estelle Lovell, Jimmie Rodgers. 7. Moonlight and Skies. Raymond Hall, Jimmie Rodgers. 9. Waiting for a Train.
James Charles Rodgers (September 8, 1897 – May 26, 1933) was an American singer-songwriter and musician in the early 20th century, known most widely for his rhythmic yodeling. Rodgers was also known as "The Singing Brakeman", "The Blue Yodeler", and "The Father of Country Music".
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Get the Tempo of the tracks from The Best Of Jimmie Rodgers (K) (1987) by Jimmie Rodgers. Album starts at 198BPM, ends at 162BPM (-36), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by Jimmie Rodgers. Windmills of Your Mind.
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The disc includes five lesser known cuts that would make the album worth having even if none of the previously mentioned tracks were there. Rodgers' beautiful second tenor soars with the ballads "Wonderful You" and "Child of Clay". As a bonus, there are excellent versions of "Waltzing Matilda" and "It's Over". Jimmie Rodgers always thought of himself primarily as a folk singer, yet most of the songs he sang were country flavored pop tunes because that was where the market was. His lilting, mellow voice was able to cross over easily to another genre of music, making him one of the most popular entertainers of the time. Unfortunately, in late 1967, his career was derailed by an off-duty policeman in California who stopped him, ostensibly for driving erratically.
|A1||Mule Skinner Blues (Blue Yodel No. 8)||2:55|
|A2||Away Out On The Mountain||3:07|
|A3||Blue Yodel No. 1 (T For Texas)||3:20|
|A4||Roll Along Kentucky Moon||2:56|
|A5||The Mystery Of Number Five||3:00|
|A6||Why Should I Be Lonely?||3:08|
|B1||Moonlight And Skies||2:57|
|B2||Any Old Time||2:47|
|B3||Waiting For A Train||2:45|
|B4||Mother, Queen Of My Heart||3:21|
|B5||Why Did You Give Me Your Love?||2:38|
|B6||Daddy And Home||2:53|
NotesThis version does not have the large "Stereo" in the top right.
|LSP-3315(e)||Jimmie Rodgers||The Best Of The Legendary Jimmie Rodgers (LP, Comp)||RCA Victor||LSP-3315(e)||US||1965|
|LPM-3315||Jimmie Rodgers||The Best Of The Legendary Jimmie Rodgers (LP, Comp, Mono)||RCA Victor||LPM-3315||US||1965|
|LPM-3315||Jimmie Rodgers||The Best Of The Legendary Jimmie Rodgers (LP, Comp, Mono)||RCA Victor||LPM-3315||Canada||1965|
|LSP-3315(e)||Jimmie Rodgers||The Best Of The Legendary Jimmie Rodgers (LP, Comp, RE)||RCA Victor||LSP-3315(e)||US||1974|
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