Bill Anderson - The Bill Anderson Story: His Greatest Hits flac album
Title: The Bill Anderson Story: His Greatest Hits
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Genre: Folk / World music
Bill Anderson (2) – The Bill Anderson Story: His Greatest Hits. Label: Decca – MCA2-4001.
The 24-track collection The Bill Anderson Story contains the bulk of Anderson's major hits, including the number one singles "Mama Sang A Song," "Still," and "I Get the Fever," as well as songs of his that were made famous by other performers. Several hits are missing, yet The Bill Anderson Story offers an effective introduction to the popular vocalist's easy-going, muted style.
Anderson's creative range makes his new album a must-hear collaboration with Jamey Johnson, Erin Enderlin and other current songwriting talents.
Uke tabs from Bill Anderson at His Best. chr? Corner Of My Life. More albums from Bill Anderson. I Get The Fever (2016). 1 tab. The Grand Ole Sound Of Bill Anderson, Vol. 2 (2015). 1 (2015). Since I Met You Baby (2013). I Walk The Line (2013). Beyond The Sunset (2013). Sometimes (2013).
Shipping to Russian Federation . The Bill Anderson Story His Greatest Hits LP Vinyl Album 1980 33RPM MCA2-4001.
Greatest Hits is a compilation album by American recording group Sly and the Family Stone. It was first released on November 21, 1970, by Epic Records. Comprising five singles and their b-sides along with one additional single and one album track, it includes all of the singles from the albums Dance to the Music (1968), Life (1968), and Stand! (1969), and all of their charting B-sides.
Bill Anderson: The Bill Anderson Story - His Greatest Hits. To be sure, his intimate early Decca love ballads never appealed to the predominantly male record-collecting fraternity – the crowd that idolizes the Owenses, Haggards, Lynns, Joneses and Cashes.
Check out my official site at ww. illanderson. Loved very much the song he wrote for his Vicky. No I’ve seen him several times at the grand ole opry 30 yrs ago !!! I known Marty Stuart for that long, but know his mom and sister Jen, even better !! When I had my medical co. I stopped in Nashville on weekends, to see Ms Hilda and went to the opry !! Since then I retired sold my home in GA ( oops sounds almost like a country song !!!
|A1||Bright Lights And Country Music|
|A2||No One's Gonna Hurt You Anymore|
|A3||I Get The Fever|
|A4||Mama Sang A Song|
|A5||I Love You Drops|
|A6||The Tip Of My Fingers|
|B2||Easy Come-Easy Go|
|B3||Once A Day|
|B4||I Can Do Nothing Alone|
|C2||Think I'll Go Somewhere And Cry Myself To Sleep|
|C6||Five Little Fingers|
|D3||Get While The Gettin's Good|
|D5||That's What It's Like To Be Lonesome|
|D6||For Loving You|
NotesRepress on tan MCA labels from 1979, with liner notes by Todd Everett and an interview with Bill Anderson from february, 1977 replacing the picture by Bill Gillohm and liner notes by Karen Shearer from the previous release.
|DXSB 7198||Bill Anderson||The Bill Anderson Story: His Greatest Hits (2xLP, Comp, Gat)||Decca||DXSB 7198||US||1969|
|MCA2-4001||Bill Anderson||The Bill Anderson Story: His Greatest Hits (2xLP, Comp, RE, Gat)||MCA Records (Canada)||MCA2-4001||Canada||1973|
|DXSB 7198||Bill Anderson||The Bill Anderson Story: His Greatest Hits (2xLP, Comp, Promo)||Decca||DXSB 7198||US||1969|
|MCA2-4001||Bill Anderson||The Bill Anderson Story: His Greatest Hits (2xLP, Comp, RP)||Decca||MCA2-4001||US||1980|
|MCDW 425||Bill Anderson||The Bill Anderson Story: His Greatest Hits (2xLP, Comp)||Decca||MCDW 425||UK||1973|