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|Document Type:||Sound Recording|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Loretta Lynn; Mel Tillis; Bobby Bare; Merle Haggard; Mel Street; Johnny Paycheck; Conway Twitty; Cal Smith; George Jones; Freddie Hart; Buck Owens; Dolly Parton; Charley Pride; Johnny Cash; Joe Stampley; Jerry Lee Lewis; Tanya Tucker; Johnny Rodriguez; Faron Young; Ray Price; Time-Life Music.
|Notes:||Country songs; various artists.
Program and biographical notes by John Morthland.
|Event notes:||Recorded ca. 1970-1973.|
|Description:||1 sound disc (61 min.) : digital, stereo. ; 4 3/4 in.|
|Contents:||You're lookin' at country (Loretta Lynn) --
I ain't never (Mel Tillis) --
How I got to Memphis (Bobby Bare) --
It's not love (but it's not bad) (Merle Haggard) --
How much more can she stand (Conway Twitty) --
Lovin' on back streets (Mel Street) --
She's all I got (Johnny Paycheck) --
After the fire is gone (Conway Twitty & Loretta Lynn) --
The Lord knows I'm drinking (Cal Smith) --
A good year for the roses (George Jones) --
My hang-up is you (Freddie Hart) --
Rollin' in my sweet baby's arms (Buck Owens) --
Coat of many colors (Dolly Parton) --
Is anybody Goin' to San Antone (Charley Pride) --
Soul song (Joe Stampley) --
Flesh and blood (Johnny Cash) --
Think about it darlin' (Jerry Lee Lewis) --
What's your mama's name (Tanya Tucker) --
Ridin' my thumb to Mexico (Johnny Rodriguez) --
'Til I get it right (Tammy Wynette) --
It's four in the morning (Faron Young) --
I won't mention it again (Ray Price).
|Series Title:||Contemporary country.|
|Other Titles:||Pure gold.
You're lookin' at country.
I ain't never.
How I got to Memphis.
It's love (but it's not bad)
How much more can she stand.
Lovin' on back streets.
She's all I got.
After the fire is gone.
Lord knows I'm drinking.
Good year for the roses.
My hang-up is you.
Rollin' in my sweet baby's arms.
Coat of many colors.
Is anybody goin' to San Antone.
Flesh and blood.
Think about it darlin'.
What's your mama's name.
Ridin' my thumb to Mexico.
'Til I get it right.
It's four in the morning.
I won't mention it again.