Webb Pierce with Owen Bradley - Webb! mp3 album
Album by Webb Pierce. After the Boy Gets the Girl. I Owe It to My Heart. My Shoes Keep Walking Back to You. Life to Go. Sittin' Alone. You Make Me Live Again. Pick Me Up on Your Way Down. The Violet and the Rose. Falling Back to You. I Won't Be Crying Anymore.
Owen Bradley's "Quonset Hut", Nashville, Tennessee. Brenda Lee, Owen Bradley and Dub Albritten spend the afternoon at Nashville's Centennial Park, 1960. Owen Bradley's "Quonset Hut". Loretta Lynn - Wouldn't It Be Great? (Audio).
In 1974, Owen Bradley was inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame. He also achieved the distinction of having produced records for more fellow Hall of Fame members (six) than anyone else except Paul Cohen who produced nine - Red Foley, Ernest Tubb, Webb Pierce, Kitty Wells, Maybelle Carter, Mel Tillis, Brenda Lee, Patsy Cline and Bob Wills. He retired from production in the early 1980s, but continued to work on selected projects. lang chose Bradley to produce her acclaimed 1988 album, Shadowland.
She also partnered with Webb Pierce the same year for two duet singles, including the Top 10 hit, "Oh So Many Years". The duo didn't record together again until 1964 with the Top 10 hit, "Finally". In 1959, Wells had two Top 5 hits with "Amigo's Guitar" and "Mommy For A Day". Owen Bradley continues as Wells' producer in the 1960s. Bradley produced some of the biggest-selling country crossover singers of the time period. The well-known Nashville Sound vocal group, The Jordanaires, can be heard backing Wells on her big country hit from 1961, "Heartbreak USA"
Collins was a troubled guy who never seemed able to make the one thousand percent commitment that success seemed to require. Webb Pierce with the famous Owen Bradley Orchestra. MM/Bear Family Records. Webb Pierce: High Geared Daddy - Gonna Shake This Shack Tonight Art-Nr. Ready to ship today, Delivery time appr. 1-CD-Album with 36-page booklet, 32 tracks, playing time 76:28 minutes. Godfather of rockabilly and king of the honky tonks, Webb Pierce was the biggest country star of the 1950s!
The One and Only Webb Pierce. Webb! Webb Pierce with Owen Bradley & His Orchestra.
|A1||After The Boy Gets The Girl|
|A2||I Owe It To My Heart|
|A3||My Shoes Keep Walking Back To You|
|A4||Life To Go|
|A6||You Make Me Live Again|
|B1||Pick Me Up On Your Way Down|
|B2||The Violet And The Rose|
|B3||Tupelo County Jail|
|B5||Falling Back To You|
|B6||I Won't Be Cryin' Anymore|
NotesBlack Decca label with the color band through the center.
1960-67 repressing as indicated by: "m'f'r'd by Decca Records, Inc.,New York, U.S.A." on labels.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Label, Side A): 7-7044
- Matrix / Runout (Label, Side B): 7-7045⦿
- Matrix / Runout (Runout, Side A (Stamped)): 7 7044 1 1 V
- Matrix / Runout (Runout, Side B (Stamped)): 7 7045 2 1 V
|DL 8899||Webb Pierce With Owen Bradley And His Orchestra||Webb Pierce With Owen Bradley And His Orchestra - Webb! (LP, Album, Mono, Pin)||Decca||DL 8899||US||1959|
|HAT 3019||Webb Pierce With Owen Bradley*||Webb Pierce With Owen Bradley* - Webb! (LP, Album, Mono, RE)||Stetson||HAT 3019||UK||Unknown|
|DL 8899||Webb Pierce With Owen Bradley*||Webb Pierce With Owen Bradley* - Webb! (LP, Album, Mono)||Decca||DL 8899||US||1959|
|DL 78899||Webb Pierce With Owen Bradley*||Webb Pierce With Owen Bradley* - Webb! (LP, Album)||Decca||DL 78899||US||1959|