Fred Kirby / Ray Whitley & His 6 Bar Cowboys - You're The Only Star In My Blue Heaven / Back In The Saddle Again mp3 album
You're the Only Star in My Blue Heaven is a song written by Gene Autry and recorded in 1936 by The Delmore Brothers and by Roy Acuff and his Crazy Tennesseans. It was also recorded by Elvis Presley and Jerry Lee Lewis during the Million Dollar Quartet sessions at Sun Recording Studios. Amongst other recordings are those by Connee Boswell (1939), Dick Todd (1938) and by Gene Autry himself.
Beecher Ray Kirby (December 26, 1911–October 17, 2002), better known as Bashful Brother Oswald, was an American country musician who popularized the use of the resonator guitar and Dobro. He played with Roy Acuff and was a member of the Grand Ole Opry. Though he released only a few recordings as a solo artist, he played as a session musician on numerous records, including the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band's 1972 triple album, Will the Circle Be Unbroken. Beecher Ray Kirby was born in rural Sevier County, Tennessee in the Great Smoky Mountains.
Will lead you to my blue heaven. Приведет тебя в мой голубой рай. You'll see a smiling face. We're happy in my blue heaven. Мы счастливы в моем голубом раю. кавер на композицию My Blue Heaven в исполнении George Whiting – Walter Donaldson.
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The only really bad thing about 'Back in the Saddle' is that it's been four long years since it's ground breaking older brother, 'Sucking the 70s' came out. Hell, I could easily see one of these volumes coming out every year, never mind the work involved. Granted, this is not the ground breaker that the first one was, back in '02. How could it be? But as a document in a continuing series showcasing superior musician's re-working and re-interpretation of classic heavy 70s grooves, it makes perfect sense.
You're the guiding light that brightens up the night. Till you haven't sight my heart is lonely. You're the only star in my blue heaven. And you're shining just for me. (You're the only star in my blue heaven. And you're shining just for me). You're the guiding light that brightens up the night.
Become A Better Singer In Only 30 Days, With Easy Video Lessons! You're the only star in my blue heaven And you're shining just for me You're the only star in my blue heaven And in dreams your face I see. You're the guiding light that brightens up the night When you came in sight my heart was lonely You're the only star in my blue heaven And you're shining just for me. You're the guiding light.
Tracklist Hide Credits
|A||–Fred Kirby||You're The Only Star In My Blue Heaven
Written-By – Autry*
|B||–Ray Whitley & His 6 Bar Cowboys*||Back In The Saddle Again
Written-By – Whitley*
- Banjo [Tenor Banjo] – Ken Card (tracks: B)
- Double Bass [Uncredited] – Norman Phelps (tracks: B)
- Fiddle [Uncredited] – Earl Phelps (tracks: B)
- Guitar [Uncredited] – Willie Phelps (tracks: B)
- Guitar [Uncredited], Vocals – Fred Kirby (tracks: A)
- Steel Guitar [Electric Steel Guitar] – Don White (tracks: A)
- Vocals – Ray Whitley (tracks: B)
NotesSide B credits include an unidentified vocal duet.
Side A recorded 7 June 1938 in Charlotte, NC.
Side B recorded 26 October 1938 in New York, NY.
Side A matrix no. 64079-A.
Side B matrix no. 64701-A.
Credits, matrices and recording dates reported in Tony Russell "Country Music Records: A Discography, 1921-1942."
Credit role of electric steel guitar for Don White on side A is termed "probable."
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Side A runout): 45284A 64079A
- Matrix / Runout (Side B runout): 45290B 64701A