The Blue Ridge Quartet - The Green, Green Grass Of Home album flac
- Album: The Green, Green Grass Of Home
- FLAC: 1398 mb | MP3: 1813 mb
- Released: 1969
- Rating: 4.2/5
- Votes: 621
- Format: DTS AAC MP2 MPC MOD VQF AC3
|A1||The Green, Green Grass Of Home||3:20|
|A2||When You See Our Blessed Savior||1:51|
|A3||Savior Gently Take Me Home||2:44|
|A4||It's Getting Late||2:08|
|A5||Where Will You Be||2:39|
|A6||Won't It Be Wonderful||1:37|
|B1||The Family Bible||2:42|
|B2||Near The Cross||2:21|
|B3||When The Saints Go Marching In||2:25|
|B4||When The Roll Is Called Up Yonder||2:30|
|B5||I'd Like To Hear My Name||2:15|
|B6||His Name Is Wonderful||3:23|
- Recorded At – RCA Nashville
- Arranged By [Orchestral Arrangments] – Bill McElhiney
- Art Direction – John Coffey
- Engineer – Bill Vandevort*
- Photography By – Henry Schofield
- Producer – Marvin Norcross
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (side A (etched)): 33-SXB-2542-H-1
- Matrix / Runout (side B (etched)): 33-SXB-2543-H-1
- Matrix / Runout (label side A): SXB-2542
- Matrix / Runout (label side B): SXB-2543
Blue Ridge Quartet performing title song "Green Green Grass of Home" from album GREEN GREEN GRASS OF HOME.
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Green, Green Grass of Home is an album released in 1967 by Tom Jones. It is his fourth studio album with Decca Records, produced by Peter Sullivan. London Records (Parrot label) (USA, Canada) released an abridged version of this album as Funny Familiar Forgotten Feelings (Parrot 71011), whilst that label's album titled Green, Green Grass of Home was largely made up of tracks from From the Heart.
Green, Green Grass of Home", written by Claude "Curly" Putman, Jr. and first recorded by singer Johnny Darrell, is a country song originally made popular by Porter Wagoner in 1965, when it reached No. 4 on the country chart. That same year, it was sung by Bobby Bare and by Jerry Lee Lewis, who included it his album Country Songs for City Folks (later re-issued as All Country). Tom Jones learned the song from Lewis' version, and in 1966, he had a worldwide No. 1 hit with it.
The Blue Ridge Quartet (1946 – 1985) 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. Among the original members of the group in 1946 were Leonard "Red" Mathis, tenor; James Smith, lead; Wayne Roseberry, baritone; Shaw Eiland, bass; and Mike Cunningham, pianist.
With Green, Green Grass of Home, Tom Jones began to abandon his teenage pop audience to concentrate on a more mature, middle of the road group of listeners
This country song about a condemned prisoner who longs to escape to the green, green grass of home was inspired by a crime scene in the film The Asphalt Jungle. Nashville songwriter Curly Putnam wrote it in 1964 and it was initially recorded by country singer Johnny Darrell. Tom Jones decided to record this after hearing a version by Jerry Lee Lewis, a legendary rocker who had started making country records. A year after Johnny Darrell's original version, Lewis recorded this on his album Country Songs For City Folks
It's good to touch the green, green grass of home. Then I awake and look around me At four grey walls that surround me, And I realize: yes, I was only dreaming. For there's a guard and there's a sad old padre. On in on we'll walk at daybreak. Then again I'll touch the green, green grass of home. Yes, they'll all come to see me In the shade of that old oak tree As they lay me neath the green, green grass of home. Thanks to Anne Beachey, Klaus Huelscher, Dale Blevins, Kevin, John Meek for correcting these lyrics.
It's good to touch the green, green, grass of home The old house is still standing Tho' the paint is cracked and dry And there's that old oak tree that I used to play on. Down the lane I walk with my sweet Mary Hair of gold and lips like cherries It's good to touch the green, green grass of home Yes, they'll all come to meet me Arms reaching, smiling sweetly It's good to touch the green, green grass of home.
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