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Tennessie Ernie Ford

Tennessee Ernie Ford - Golden Star

01 Take Me Home Country Roads 02:44 02 Rainy Night In Georgia 04:44 03 What A Friend We Have In Jesus 03:34 04 Just a Closer Walk with Thee 02:23 05 There Goes My Everything 02:58 06 My Favorite Things 02:02 07 Bringing In The Sheaves 02:02 08 Dark As A Dungeon 02:49 09 The Old Rugged Cross 02:56 10 Peace In The Valley 03:22 11 Precious Memories 02:45 12 Blessed Assurance 02:02 13 Sixteen Tons 04:50 14 Since You’ve Been Gone 02:27 15 Holy, Holy, Holy 03:06 16 Sleep, My Little Lord Jesus 03:09 17 Streamlined Cannonball 03:01 18 Have You Seen Her 02:31 19 Ain`t Goin` Down In The Ground Before My Time 02:49 20 It Came Upon A Midnight Clear 03:08
  • Tennessie Ernie Ford - vocal
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Nr kat.: HDS290
Label  : ABC Int. Records

ULTRA Analog CD - AAD is a Digital Copy Of The Master Tape - SILVER CD

Cząsteczki srebra są jednolite i mają stały współczynnik odbicia, co zapewnia równą, reprodukcyjną jakość dźwięku. Posrebrzany `CD 6N ma również wyższy współczynnik odbicia niż 24-karatowe złoto. 6N - Czyste Srebro! Born Ernest Jennings Ford on February 13th, 1919 in Bristol, Tennessee, Tennessee Ernie Ford has made an indelible impact on America and the world through his unparalleled accomplishments in radio, records and television. Throughout his legendary career spanning over 50 years, Ernie Ford's early successes as a radio personality led to his signing with Capitol Records in 1949. Through 1976, he released a total of eighty-three albums on the label--and literally scores of single records, including his classic version of Merle Travis' timeless anthem to the working man, "Sixteen Tons"...at the time of its release, the fastest selling single in Capitol's history. To date, it is estimated that Ford has sold more than 400 million records worldwide--an astonishing number, even by today's standards. Even more astonishing...more than 40 million of that number represents the body of work he became best known for...gospel, hymns and spirituals. His first album of inspirational music, entitled simply, "Hymns" -released in 1956- remained on Billboard magazine's Top Pop Albums chart an unbelievable 277 consecutive weeks. In November of 1963 -seven years after its release- Hymns was recognized by the label's Alan Livingston, as the largest-selling LP ever recorded by a Capitol artist. Catapulted to international fame on the strength of a string of top-ten singles, including Mule Train, and his unforgettable duet with Kay Starr, I'll Never Be Free, Ernie quickly caught the attention of both Madison Avenue and television's earliest movers and shakers, including Lucille Ball. Today, forty seven years after his now-legendary 1954 national debut on I Love Lucy, Cousin Ernie remains one of classic television's most enduring characters. Then, in September of 1955, Ford Motor Company announced it would be sponsoring its own prime-time variety show on NBC, and the search for a star to host the show was on. One year later, on Thursday night, October 4th, 1956, the result of that search aired coast-to-coast with the network's broadcast premiere of The Ford Show Starring Tennessee Ernie Ford. As prime-time's # 1 half-hour variety show for five years, The Ford Show featured all the ingredients of the top variety shows of the day; Hollywood's greatest guest stars, top-of-the-line production, and terrific music. But one simple element separated it from all others...Ernie closed virtually every show with a hymn, a spiritual or a song of faith. For the time, it was a bold and powerful statement for a popular entertainer of Ford's stature to be making on live television, especially in the face of the initial objections from Madison Avenue and the network. But it was a statement that would become the trademark of his career, and in many ways, the mark of his life. It would earn him the distinction of almost single-handedly bringing inspirational music into the mainstream of American entertainment...an enduring legacy of the lasting impact that one man's expression of faith can have on millions of people. On October 17, 1991 -36 years to the day after the release of Sixteen Tons - the world lost this legendary star. But today, Tennessee Ernie Ford remains one of the most popular and beloved entertainers America and the world have ever known. His unprecedented achievements earned him numerous accolades, including: three stars in The Hollywood Walk of Fame--for Radio, Records and Television. His "Great Gospel Songs" LP with The Jordanaires was 1964's Grammy winner for Best Inspirational Recording; the fourth Grammy to ever be awarded in that category. He was the third recipient of The Minnie Pearl Award, for his lifetime of contributions to both Country and Popular music. On October 18th, 1990, he was inducted in the Country Music Hall of Fame, And on March 26th, 1984, President Ronald Reagan presented Ernie with The Presidential Medal of Freedom; the highest honor a sitting President can bestow upon a civilian on behalf of his country...an honor bearing a brief, eloquent Citation on a single page which perhaps best describes this simple man from Tennessee and the enduring legacy he left to America and the world... "...America is a nation richer in spirit because of Tennessee Ernie Ford"