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Skeeter Davis - Blueberry Hill And Other Favorites mp3 album

  • Performer: Skeeter Davis
  • Title: Blueberry Hill And Other Favorites
  • Genre: Pop / World, Country
  • Country: Germany
  • Formats: RA MP1 AA XM VOX AAC DXD
  • Released: 1965
  • Style: Vocal
  • MP3 album: 1702 mb
  • FLAC album: 1386 mb
  • Rating: 4.4/5
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Skeeter Davis - Blueberry Hill And Other Favorites mp3 album

Altri album di Skeeter Davis. Highlights of Skeeter Davis. My Heart's in the Country. Rock 'n' Roll Country Gal.

Appearances are often deceiving. Take Skeeter Davis, for instance. Although she would be perfect casting for the girl next door, few would pick her for the part of dedicated performer and singing star. Yet the pretty, appealingly vivacious Skeeter Davis encompasses both these roles-and to perfection. Sincerity is her keynote underlined by a particularly winsome charm. All Skeeter's individual qualities are part of her singing-and part of her success story. The answer song included in this album is Lost to a Geisha Girl, Skeeter's answer to Hank Locklin's Geisha Girl, one of his "foreign love" hits. Here's Skeeter-singin' her heart out! IMPORTANT!

Cover Art. Tracklist. 12" Vinyl 1. 1 Blueberry Hill. 2 Where I Ought to Be.

Unusual Barbados pressing of this vinyl record album. All records are carefully graded. With the exception of sealed LP's, all LP's are removed from their outer sleeves to prevent seam splitting. Ex on vinyl and cover. The record looks and sounds good. The cover has tight seams and looks good(see photos).

Watch the video for Blueberry Hill from Skeeter Davis's Ultimate Country Hits for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. I found my thrill on Blueberry Hill On Blueberry Hill when I found you The moon stood still on Blueberry Hill And linger until my dreams cam. ead the full lyrics for Blueberry Hill. Discuss these lyrics on MetroLyrics. fm's Latest: Girlpool, Wild Nothing, HÆLOS and more. fm Live Snail Mail delivers 'Lush' sounds in San Francisco.

Skeeter Davis (born Mary Frances Penick; December 30, 1931 – September 19, 2004) was an American country music singer who sang crossover pop music songs including 1962's "The End of the World". She started out as part of the Davis Sisters as a teenager in the late 1940s, eventually landing on RCA Victor. In the late 1950s, she became a solo star.

Продавец: Интернет-магазин Ozon. Адрес: Россия, Москва, Пресненская набережная, 10. ОГРН: 1027739244741

Tracklist

A1 Blueberry Hill
A2 Where I Ought To Be
A3 The Little Music Box
A4 Lost To A Geisha Girl
A5 Walk Softly Darling
B1 The Face Of A Clown
B2 Somebody Else On Your Mind
B3 Homebreaker
B4 Optimistic
B5 Give Me Death

Credits

  • Bass – Bob Moore, Jerry Byrd
  • Coordinator [A & R] – Ethel Gabriel
  • Drums – Buddy Harman
  • Guitar – Hank Garland, James Wilson
  • Guitar [Rh.] – Velma Smith
  • Guitar [Steel] – Buddy Emmons, Pete Drake
  • Guitar, Producer – Chet Atkins
  • Piano – Floyd Cramer, Hargus Pig Robbins*
  • Producer – Anita Kerr
  • Violin – Hal Smith
  • Vocals – Skeeter Davis

Notes

Appearances are often deceiving. Take Skeeter Davis , for instance. Although she would be perfect casting for the girl next door, few would pick her for the part of dedicated performer and singing star. Yet the pretty, appealingly vivacious Skeeter Davis encompasses both these roles-and to perfection. Sincerity is her keynote underlined by a particularly winsome charm. All Skeeter's individual qualities are part of her singing-and part of her success story.
"The Skeeter Davis Story" would sound not quite "true to life" if made into a movie; yet how many of her fans don't know that Skeeter first made an impact in country music circles as half of the Davis Sister, and that it was just after Skeeter and Betty
Jack Davis had made their first hit recording (I Forgot More Than You'll Ever Know) that Betty Jack was killed in an automobile accident. The road back was not an easy one for Skeeter, but it is a trip she has made successfully and with dignity.
Her early months as one-half of a duo undoubtedly left their influence on Skeeter's way with a song, a style which has had a large impact of its own on pop music. The trend to overdubbing ("singing with yourself") owes much of its life force to Skeeter's two- and three-track hits. And the "answer song" fad of a few years back got a big boost with Skeeter's (I Can't Help I'm Falling Too -the answer song to Hank Locklin's Please Help Me, I'm Falling.
The answer song included in this album is Lost to a Geisha Girl, Skeeter's answer to Hank Locklin's Geisha Girl, one of his "foreign love" hits. Of course the favorite Blueberry Hlill is a statement all by itself-as styled by Skeeter Davis, and some of her famous tear-drenched performances are also here: Somebody Else on Your Mind, Homebreaker, Give me Death. Here's Skeeter-singin' her heart out!
IMPORTANT! RCA IMPORTANT! RCA Camden' monophonic records can be played on stereophonic phonographs. RCA Camden's stereophonic records must be played on phonographs equipped for stereophonic reproduction.

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
CAS-899 Skeeter Davis Blueberry Hill And Other Favorites ‎(LP) RCA Camden CAS-899 Germany 1965
CAL-899 Skeeter Davis Blueberry Hill And Other Favorites ‎(LP, Album, Mono) RCA Camden CAL-899 US 1965
INTS 1234 Skeeter Davis Blueberry Hill And Other Favorites ‎(LP) RCA International (Camden) INTS 1234 Germany 1965
CAS-899 Skeeter Davis Blueberry Hill And Other Favorites ‎(LP, Album) RCA Camden CAS-899 US 1965
CAS-899 Skeeter Davis Blueberry Hill And Other Favorites ‎(LP, Album, RE) RCA Camden CAS-899 US Unknown


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