Various ‎– Heroes Of Country Music Vol. Three (Legends Of Nashville)

Label:
Rhino Records (2) ‎– R2 72442
Series:
Format:
CD, Compilation
Country:
Released:
Genre:
Style:

Tracklist Hide Credits

1 "Little" Jimmy Dickens* Hillbilly Fever
Bass – Bob MooreFiddle – Unknown ArtistGuitar – Jack ShookLead Guitar – Grady Martin, Robert "Jabbo" Arrington*Producer – Art SatherleySteel Guitar – Bud IsaacsVocals, Guitar – Jimmy Dickens*Written-By – George Vaughn
2:56
2 Ernest Tubb It's Been So Long Darling
Bass – Jack DrakeFiddle – Johnny SappLead Guitar [Electric] – Jimmie ShortProducer – Paul Cohen (4)Rhythm Guitar – Leon ShortSteel Guitar – Ray "Kemo" Head*Vocals, Guitar – Ernest TubbWritten-By – Ernest Tubb
3:23
3 Eddy Arnold, The Tennessee Plowboy* Bouquet Of Roses
Bass – James SwinneyFiddle – Adrian McDowellGuitar – Jack ShookMandolin – Rollin SullivanPiano – Owen BradleyProducer – Steve SholesSteel Guitar – Little Roy WigginsVocals, Guitar – Eddy ArnoldWritten-By – Bob Hilliard, Steve Nelson (4)
2:35
4 Pee Wee King & His Golden West Cowboys Tennessee Waltz
Accordion – Pee Wee KingBanjo [Electric Tenor] – Eugene Schuler*Bass – Chuck Wiginton, Gene StewartDrums – Sticks McDonaldFiddle – Shorty BoydProducer – Charles Grean, Steve SholesSteel Guitar – Roy Ayres (2)Vocals – Redd StewartWritten-By – Pee Wee King, Redd Stewart
3:00
5 Hank Williams With His Drifting Cowboys Lovesick Blues
Bass – Willie ThallFiddle – Tommy Jackson (2)Guitar – Louis InnisLead Guitar – Zeke TurnerMandolin – Clyde BaumProducer – Fred RoseSteel Guitar – Jerry ByrdVocals, Guitar – Hank WilliamsWritten-By – Cliff Friend, Hank Williams, Irving Mills
2:45
6 George Morgan (2) Room Full Of Roses
Performer [Other Personnel] – Unknown ArtistProducer – Art SatherleyVocals – George Morgan (2)Written-By – Tim Spencer
2:48
7 Red Foley Chattanoogie Shoe Shine Boy
Bass – Ernie NewtonDrums, Body Percussion [Thigh Slapping] – Farris CourseyGuitar – Harold BradleyLead Guitar – Grady MartinProducer – Paul Cohen (4)Steel Guitar – Jerry ByrdVocals – Red FoleyWritten-By – Harry Stone, Jack Stapp
2:48
8 Webb Pierce Wondering
Bass – Ernie NewtonFiddle – Tommy Jackson (2)Guitar – Grady Martin, Hank "Sugarfoot" Garland*Piano – Owen BradleyProducer – Owen Bradley, Paul Cohen (4)Steel Guitar – Billy Robinson (6)Vocals – Webb PierceWritten-By – Joe Werner
3:01
9 The Carlisles No Help Wanted
Bass – Unknown ArtistBass Vocals – Roy SneedLead Guitar – Chet AtkinsProducer – Murray NashVocals – Martha CarsonVocals, Guitar – Bill CarlisleWritten-By – Bill Carlisle
2:27
10 Slim Whitman Indian Love Call
Bass – Curly HarrisFiddle – Curly HerndonGuitar – Sugarfoot CollinsPiano – Sonny HarvilleProducer – Lew ChuddSteel Guitar – Hoot RainsVocals, Guitar – Slim WhitmanWritten-By – Oscar Hammerstein, II*, Otto Harbach, Rudolf Friml
3:10
11 Red Foley & Ernest Tubb With The Sunshine Trio Goodnight Irene
Backing Vocals – The Sunshine TrioGuitar – Jack ShookLead Guitar [Electric], Bass – Unknown ArtistOrgan – Owen BradleyProducer – Owen Bradley, Paul Cohen (4)Steel Guitar – Dickie Harris (2)Vocals [Duet] – Ernest Tubb, Red FoleyWritten-By – Alan Lomax, Huddie Ledbetter
3:04
12 Kitty Wells It Wasn't God Who Made Honky Tonk Angels
Bass – Johnnie Wright*Fiddle – Paul Warren (4)Guitar – Eddie HillProducer – Owen Bradley, Paul Cohen (4)Steel Guitar – Harold "Shot" Jackson*Vocals – Kitty WellsWritten-By – J.D. Miller
2:33
13 Faron Young If You Ain't Lovin' (You Ain't Livin')
Bass – Floyd "Lightnin'" Chance*Electric Guitar, Guitar, Steel Guitar, Piano – Unknown ArtistFiddle – Tommy VadenProducer – Ken Nelson (2)Vocals – Faron YoungWritten-By – Tommy Collins
2:24
14 The Louvin Brothers I Don't Believe You've Met My Baby
Bass – Floyd "Lightnin'" Chance*Guitar – Eddie HillLead Guitar – Paul YandellMandolin, Harmony Vocals – Ira LouvinPerformer [Other Personnel] – Unknown ArtistPiano – Marvin HughesProducer – Ken Nelson (2)Vocals, Guitar – Charlie LouvinWritten-By – Autry Inman
2:09
15 Ray Price Crazy Arms
Bass – Buddy KillenFiddle – Tommy Jackson (2)Guitar – Jack Pruett, Pete WadeGuitar, Harmony Vocals – Van HowardPiano – Floyd CramerProducer – Don LawSteel Guitar – Jimmy DayVocals, Guitar – Ray PriceWritten-By – Chuck Seals, Ralph Mooney
2:33
16 Sonny James, The Southern Gentleman* Young Love
Performer [Other Personnel] – Unknown ArtistProducer – Ken Nelson (2)Vocals, Guitar – Sonny JamesWritten-By – Carole Joyner, Ric Cartey
2:32
17 Marty Robbins Singing The Blues
Bass – Floyd "Lightnin'" Chance*Drums – Farris CourseyGuitar – Hillous Butrum, Ray EdentonPiano – Owen BradleyProducer – Don LawSteel Guitar – James Farmer (2)Vocals, Guitar – Marty RobbinsWritten-By – Melvin Endsley
2:28
18 Patsy Cline Walkin' After Midnight
Fiddle, Electric Guitar, Guitar, Steel Guitar, Piano, Bass, Drums – Unknown ArtistProducer – Owen BradleyVocals – Patsy ClineWritten-By – Alan Block, Don Hecht
2:34

Companies, etc.

Credits

Notes

Recorded September 1945 to November 1956.

3 recorded at RCA Studios, Chicago.
5 recorded at Herzog Studio, Cincinnati.
7, 8, 11 to 14 recorded at Castle Studio, Nashville.
10 recorded at radio station KWKH, Shreveport, LA.
15, 18 recorded at Bradley Film & Recording Studios, Nashville.

Remastering at Digital Domain.

1, 6, 15, 17 under license from Sony Music Special Products.
2, 7, 8, 11, 12, 18 courtesy of MCA Records, Inc.
3, 4 courtesy of The RCA Records Label, under license from BMG Direct Marketing, Inc.
5, 9 under license from PolyGram Special Markets.
10, 13, 14, 16 courtesy Liberty Records, Inc., under license from CEMA Special Markets.

Cover photo (Grand Ole Opry, Nashville, Tennesee) courtesy of Country Music Foundation.
All other photos courtesy of Michael Ochs Archives.

℗ & © 1996 Rhino Records Inc.

Made in U.S.A.

"This collection was previously released as Hillbilly Fever! Vol. 3: Legends Of Nashville (R2 71902)"

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout: 3 R2 71902-2 SRC**01 M1S2
  • Barcode: 0 8122-72442-2 4

Reviews