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Hank Snow was a Canadian country music artist. His discography consists of 46 studio albums and 89 singles. Of his 89 singles, seven reached number 1 on the . Billboard Hot Country Songs charts and two reached number 1 on the Canadian RPM Country Tracks chart. Snow spent his entire recording career with RCA Victor records. A ^ Christmas with Hank Snow peaked at number 72 on the Christmas Albums chart.
I'm Moving On" is a 1950 country standard written by Hank Snow. The song, a 12-bar blues, reached on the Billboard country singles chart and stayed there for 21 weeks, tying a record for the most weeks atop the chart. It was the first of seven number-one Billboard country hits Snow scored throughout his career on that chart. The song's success led to Snow joining the Grand Ole Opry cast in 1950.
Released by Clear Sky Sep 2008. "source":4,"source id":"100344","object type":4,"id":"100344","title":"John Berry","status":0}. Story - Hank Snow song from the album Songs & Stories is released on Sep 2008. The duration of song is 03:14. This song is sung by John Berry.
Hank Snow, Clarence Eugene Hank Snow May 9, 1914 – December 20, 1999 was a celebrated Canadian country music artist In a career that spanned more than 5. His autobiography, The Hank Snow Story, was published in 1994, and later The Hank Snow Country Music Centre opened near his ancestral home in Liverpool, Nova Scotia A victim of child abuse, he established the Hank Snow International Foundation For Prevention Of Child Abuse.
Hank Snow Salutes Jimmie Rodgers. Hank Snow's Country Guitar. Old Doc Brown and Other Narrations by Hank Snow. Country & Western Jamboree. Hank Snow Sings Sacred Songs. Hank Snow Sings Jimmie Rodgers Songs. Country Special Highlighter Album.
Exclusive discount for Prime members. Sample this album Artist - Artist (Sample). 1. 30. The Rhumba Boogie. by Hank Snow & His Rainbow Ranch Boys. The Rhumba Boogie by Hank Snow & His Rainbow Ranch Boys. Hank has a very clear voice and is an excellent guitar player. His voice is clear, he can handle a complicated, fast paced lyrics and rhythm combination, and you can picture the story of the song as he sings it. Yes these songs do tell a story. Hank was very big in the 1950's and '60s, topping the Country and Western charts with many N. and Top Ten Hits. Many of these are included on this CD which make it a great deal and addition to your music library.
|2||Rockin', Rollin' Ocean||2:33|
|3||The Last Ride||2:33|
|4||The Wreck Of The Old '97||2:05|
|6||Spanish Fire Ball||2:18|
|7||I Wonder Where You Are Tonight||2:26|
|8||Hobo Bill's Last Ride||2:33|
|10||Married By The Bible, Divorced By The Law||2:39|
|11||Carnival Of Venice||2:05|
|12||Old Doc Brown (Just A Closer Walk With Thee)||4:36|
|13||The Drunkard's Son||3:02|
|14||Promised To John||2:19|
|15||I Never Will Marry||2:33|
|16||My Adobe Hacienda||2:53|
|17||Mockin' Bird Hill||2:00|
|18||No Letter Today||2:29|
|19||I Dreamed Of An Old Love Affair||2:48|
|21||Rose Of Old Monterey||2:55|
|22||If It's Wrong To Love You||2:09|
|23||When My Blue Moon Turns To Gold Again||2:39|
|25||Pair Of Broken Hearts||2:48|