Red Sovine - Woodrow Wilson Sovine album flac
|A2||Just Gettin' By||3:05|
|A4||It'll Come Back||3:20|
|A5||You Left Your Door Wide Open||2:32|
|A6||Love Is All (She Asked Of Me)||2:58|
|B2||Lonely Arms Of Mine||1:55|
|B3||It Happens Every Night (But Not At Our House)||2:52|
|B4||I Can't Believe I Lost My Everything||2:03|
|B5||Cold Love To Go||2:14|
|B6||These Two Empty Arms||2:20|
- Recorded At – Gusto Studio
- Manufactured By – RCA Limited Australia and New Zealand
- Manufactured For – RCA Limited Australia and New Zealand
- Distributed By – RCA Limited Australia and New Zealand
- Art Direction, Design – Brenda McClearen
- Engineer – George Marakas
- Engineer, Remix – Mike Stone*
- Executive-Producer – Moe Lytle
- Photography By – Dennis Carney
- Producer – Tommy Hill
|SD-970X||Red Sovine||Woodrow Wilson Sovine (LP, Album)||Starday Records||SD-970X||US||1977|
|SDT-1970X||Red Sovine||Woodrow Wilson Sovine (8-Trk)||Starday Records||SDT-1970X||US||1977|
Woodrow Wilson Sovine.
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Dedicated to Red Sovine. Born Woodrow Wilson Sovine ( July 17,1918 - April 4 1980).
Woodrow Wilson "Red" Sovine (July 7, 1917 – April 4, 1980) was an American country music singer and songwriter associated with truck driving songs, particularly those recited as narratives, but set to music. The most noted examples are his 1965 number one hit "Giddyup Go" and his 1976 number one hit "Teddy Bear". Sovine was born as Woodrow Wilson Sovine in 1917 in Charleston, West Virginia, earning the nickname "Red" because of his reddish-brown hair. He had two brothers and two sisters.
Woodrow Wilson "Red" Sovine (July 17, 1918 - April 4, 1980) was a country music singer. He was associated with truck driving songs, particularly those recited as narratives, but set to music. The most famous example of this is his 1976 number one hit "Teddy Bear". Born in 1918 in Charleston, West Virginia, he was taught how to play guitar by his mother.
Woodrow Wilson Sovine (July 17, 1918 – April 4, 1980), better known as Red Sovine, was an American country music singer associated with truck driving songs, particularly those recited as narratives but set to music. The most famous example was his 1976 number one hit "Teddy Bear". Phantom 309", a tale of a hitchhiker who hops a ride from a trucker who turns out to be the ghost of a man who died years ago giving his life to save a school bus full of children from a horrible collision with his rig. This story was later adapted by singer-songwriter Tom Waits, who performed "Big Joe And Phantom 309" during his Nighthawks At The Diner recordings. Waits' version of this song was covered by Archers of Loaf on the 1995 tribute album, Step Right Up: The Songs of Tom Waits. Musician Steve Flett named a recording project after the song. Style:MLA Chicago APA. "The One and Only Red Sovine Album.
Woodrow Wilson "Red" Sovine was an American country music singer and songwriter associated with truck driving songs, particularly. Sovine (whose last name was pronounced So VINE) was taught to play guitar by his mother. His first venture into music was with his childhood friend Johnnie Bailes, with whom he performed as "Smiley and Red, the Singing Sailors" in the country music revue Jim Pike's Carolina Tar Heels on