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Jim Hinkle & The Blue Ridge Quartet - Nobody's Darling mp3 album

  • Performer: Jim Hinkle
  • Title: Nobody's Darling
  • Genre: World, Country
  • Country: US
  • Formats: AHX AC3 VOX DMF VQF MIDI MP3
  • Style: Country
  • MP3 album: 1213 mb
  • FLAC album: 1278 mb
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Jim Hinkle & The Blue Ridge Quartet - Nobody's Darling mp3 album

Jim Hinkle & The Blue Ridge Quartet - Nobody's Darling. Al "Porky" Witherow - Are You Satisfied? ‎ (LP, Album).

Deutsch English Español Français Italiano 日本語. More Images. The Blue Ridge Quartet ‎– The Blue Ridge Quartet. Label: Canaan Records ‎– CA-4606-LP. Format: Vinyl, LP, Album.

The Blue Ridge Rangers Rides Again is the eighth solo studio album by American roots rock singer-songwriter and guitarist John Fogerty, first released on September 1, 2009, on Fogerty's own label, Fortunate Son Records and distributed by Verve Forecast Records.

Bluegrass In The Smokies - 30 Traditional Classics. The group was founded in the late 1960's by Bob Jones, who named it after the Blue Ridge region of the states of Virginia (a childhood home) and the Carolinas. In 1972 Jones moved the group's base of operations to the West Coast.

The Blue Ridge Quartet was organized by Frank Stamps's Stamps Quartet Music Company of Texas. They started in Raleigh, North Carolina, but ultimately settled in Spartanburg, South Carolina. When they began in Raleigh at the beginning of 1946 they operated out of radio station WRAL. Around 1956, Strevel left to join the Sunshine Boys. After some turnover, the bass slot was filled by George Younce. Jim Hamill was hired for the baritone slot with Gates remaining at piano. After a year or so, Bill Crowe replaced Hamill and began a long tenure with the Blue Ridge Quartet. When George Younce left the group to join the Cathedral Quartet in 1964, Burl Strevel returned to sing bass. Shortly after, former Sunshine Boys member Fred Daniel replaced Ed Sprouse at the tenor position. When Elmo Fagg retired in 1968, he was replaced by Laverne Tripp.

Tracklist

Nobody's Darling 2:07
Release Me 2:47

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
1030 Jim Hinkle & The Blue Ridge Quartet Jim Hinkle & The Blue Ridge Quartet - Nobody's Darling ‎(7") Chery Laine Records 1030 US Unknown
MV-4370 Jim Hinkle & The Blue Ridge Quartet Jim Hinkle & The Blue Ridge Quartet - Nobody's Darling ‎(7") Mark V MV-4370 US Unknown


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