Thursday, November 13, 2008
'Tennessee' Ernie Ford's 16 Tons of Boogie
In his later years, 'Tennessee' Ernie Ford's little pea-pickin' heart was closely associated with gospel and patriotic music, but in earlier years he knew how to boogie. This 'starters' compilation includes all the essential material from that period : Sixteen Tons, The Shot Gun Boogie, Mule Train and Blackberry Boogie.
03-Mister and Mississippi
06-Tailor Made Woman (& Joe 'Fingers' Carr)
07-Smokey Mountain Boogie
09-Kissin' Bug Boogie
10-Stack_O_Lee (& Joe 'Fingers' Carr)
12-I'm Hog Tied over You (& Ella Mae Morse)
13-Ocean of Tears (& Kay Starr)
15-I Don't Know
16-Hey, Mr Cotton Picker
17-I'll Never Be Free (& Kay Starr)
18-Rock City Boogie (& Dinning Sisters)
The comment is the place to boogie tonight.
Labels: 'Tennessee' Ernie Ford
'Clickable' links are for you downloaders soooo convienent but the disadvantage is they don't seem to 'last' long.
The Blogger gets a lot of comments 'please re-up'...... Other, more appropriate/interesting comments, they sadly don't get... :(
So you will have to do a little work to get the link.
This seems, in my opinion, the best deal between 'protecting' my links and the least effort for you.
Of course you understand to replace in r#pidsh#re twice the # in an a otherwise you don't have a 'valid' link !!
Paste this valid link in your browser-url and hit RETURN. You can also copy/paste the link into your 'downloadmanager'.
Pass to extract the file : 081112
The file is a small 40MB, 'cause the songs are only in very low bitrate.
Please donnut give a nasty comment about that : check 'My opinion about bitrates' on 2008_jan_25.
The next depends, amongst other things, on your security options in your browser and by so the ability to copy/paste the link.
When you see this in Google or Yahoo cache or by my Blog's search function read first the RED instructions at the top left of my Blog !
Direct link (after that go to the plain comment of this 2008_november article !) : JeansMusicBlog
Also possible : just click the 'post a comment' section here and you are able to copy/paste !
....And while you are there you might as well give a comment yourself....
" You load sixteen tons
What do you get?
He recorded an album in the 60's & 70's. He did a version of ELENOR RIGBY that is available out and about on the Internet...the 16 Tons line is from that.
He also appeared frequently on the 60's version of DRAGNET.
i just looking onto a "Top 10 Country Songs of All Time" and saw......
The Greatest Country Music Hits in the History of the Genre
no.3 is Tennessee Ernie Ford - Sixteen Tons !
Its so surprise I could find the song here.
P.S. Happy New Year!
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