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9 thoughts on “ Bob King & The Country Kings - Crazy Me / I Dont Believe In Settlin Down (Vinyl)

  1. Continuing our Bob King retrospective, the 26 songs here comprise Bob's late Fifties and early Sixties singles for Banff Records. There are originals, like 'Ma Petite Marie', 'Let's Make A Fair Trade', 'That's What's On My Mind' and 'Laurel Lee', as well as established favorites like 'Give My Love To Rose', 'Pray For Me Mother Of Mine' and 'Rose Of Old Pawnee'.
  2. Written-By – Bob King (5) A2: Crazy Me Written-By – Bob King (5) A3: Hey Mam Written-By – Bob King (5) A4: I Don't Believe In Settlin' Down Written-By – Bob King (5) A5: Let's Make A Fair Trade Written-By – Jack Swanson: B1: Anxious Written-By – Jack Cleveland: B2: Laurel Lee Written-By – Bob King (5) B3: Did You Do It? Written-By.
  3. Believe me now I'm not gonna hurt you, Not gonna let you down Oh please, just don't give up on me Time will only tell If you can trust me with yourself now I'll tell you once, but I'll show you a thousand times I'm sorry that I made you cry Believe me now Cause I gotta tell you, I gotta show you how I'm not the way I used to be Believe me now.
  4. BB King like many of his contemporaries was inspired by Louis Jordan to believe that a black musician could achieve great things and for many years BB .
  5. The core of Bob King's Rodeo/Banff label recordings, including his preferred re-recordings of such beloved RCA sides as "Let's Make a Fair Trade" and "Laurel Lee." First-rate singing and playing highlight this collection, which is about as good a modern body of traditional country music as you'll find coming out of Canada.8/
  6. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Crazy Me / I Don't Believe In Settlin' Down on Discogs. Label: RCA Victor - • Format: Vinyl 7 Bob King & The Country Kings - Crazy Me / I Don't Believe In Settlin' Down (Vinyl) | Discogs.
  7. Jul 14,  · I think Roy Acuff was known as as the King of Country Music, anyway, I guess these days Country's more republican than monarchist, so considering his career spanning more than 50 years, the number of hits and his ex-wife being the First Lady of Country Music, I'd say George Jones would be the President.
  8. The Country Dance Kings - Cover Me in Country! Album Lyrics; 1. Ain't Goin' Down (Til the Sun Comes Up) 2. American Honky-Tonk Bar Association: 3. Bubba Shot the Jukebox: 4. Dumas Walker: 5. He Thinks He'll Keep Her: 6. I Feel Lucky: 7. I Swear: 8. John Deere Green: 9. My Maria: Papa Loved Mama: Standing Outside the Fire: Whatcha.

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