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Tommy Tosabee -small CD615-150
CD D 615

TOMMY SOSEBEE At The Ozark Jubilee & On Record. BACM CD 615


Tommy Sosabee was a popular country singer from the mid 40s through to the late ‘50s, achieving regular slots on the Grand Ole Opry and, following his relocation to Missouri in 1954, on the Ozark Jubilee. With a warm country-crooner voice somewhat similar to Eddie Arnold be began his recording career as (uncredited) lead vocalist on a few Pee Wee King’s band recordings in the late 1940s before making his own-name recording debut on the Apollo label in 1947 (see BACM’s Apollo Label collection CD352). We have now compiled this 23 track selection, a mix of studio recordings (Coral label, early 1950s) and Ozark Jubilee radio recordings.

Price: USD $16.00           


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Track listing:

- Angry
- Eat A Little More & Old Joe Clark
- My Confession
- Alimony & Wrangler Boogie
- Appalachian Blues
- Don't Waste Your Tears
- Love Is Deeper Than Pride
- New Year Bells
- The Singing Hills
- How Can You Smile
- No Good Without You
- Honky Tonk Waltz
- Don't Trade Your Love For Gold
- Year After Year
- All Night Boogie
- You're Fixing To Break My Heart
- Winter Wonderland
- Mail Order Kisses
- You're Always Brand New
- Nervous Feeling
- If You Don't Believe I'm Leavin'
- Fast Talkin' Agent
- Till I Waltz Again With You

Price: USD $16.00           

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Listen to sample tracks:

06-Dont-Waste-Your-Tears (1952)

20-Nervous-Feeling (1953)