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CD D 121

FERLIN HUSKY Early Capitol Recordings 1953-1955. B.A.C.M. 121


23 early recordings from this big country star's Capitol days; great voice, great songs ("Hank's Song" begins: "I just don't like this kind of livin' when nobody's lonesome for me; I'm headin' down the long lost highway, may you never be alone like me").

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Track listing:

- Hank's Song
- Get Me Off The Fence
- I'll Never Have You
- I'll Always Speak Well Of You
- Minnie Ha Cha
- I Lost My Heart Today
- You'll Die A Thousand Deaths
- How Much Are You Mine
- Let's Kiss And Try Again
- Walkin' And Hummin'
- Somebody Lied
- Eli The Camel
- Peter Weather Bird
- My Gallina
- A Hillbilly's Deck Of Cards
- King Of A Lonely Castle
- Very Seldom Frequently Ever
- I Saw Her Today
- Little Tom
- Slow Down Brother
- I'll Baby Sit With You
- Dear Mr. Brown
- She's Always There When I Come Home

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Get-Me-Off-The-Fence

Shes-Always-There-When-I-Come-Home


CDs by Ferlin Husky


CD D 121

FERLIN HUSKY Early Capitol Recordings 1953-1955. B.A.C.M. 121

23 early recordings from this big country star's Capitol days; great voice, great songs ("Hank's Song" begins: "I just don't like this kind of livin' when nobody's lonesome for me; I'm headin' down the long lost highway, may you never be alone like me").


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CD D 45

FERLIN HUSKY as Terry Preston Tennessee Hillbilly Ghost. B.A.C.M. 45

Versatile country music singer who was equally adept at the genres of traditional country,comedy songs, spoken recitations, and rockabilly. Early in his career, producer Smiley Burnette advised re-branding himself as "Terry Preston" as real name "Ferlin Husky" was too 'rural''. He reverted to the real name for later recordings and also used "Simon Crum" for later comedy recordings.


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