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Country-rock [sound recording].
Franklin Center, PA : Franklin Mint Record Society, p1982.

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Additional Authors
  • Parsons, Gram, -1973.
  • Harris, Emmylou.
  • Walker, Jerry Jeff.
  • Ronstadt, Linda.
  • Winchester, Jesse.
  • Nesmith, Michael.
  • Sahm, Doug.
  • Hubbard, Ray Wylie.
  • Young, Steve.
  • Newton, Juice.
  • Silver spur.
  • Crowell, Rodney.
  • Cash, Rosanne.
  • Byrds (Musical group) prf
  • Flying Burrito Bros. prf
  • Band (Musical group) prf
  • Pure Prairie League (Musical group) prf
  • Area Code 615 (Musical group) prf
  • Nitty Gritty Dirt Band. prf
  • Asleep at the wheel. prf
  • Commander Cody Band. prf
  • Amazing Rhythm Aces. prf
  • Alabama (Musical group) prf
  • Charlie Daniels Band. prf
  • Country Music Foundation.
2 sound discs : analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo.; 12 in.
Series Statement
Greatest country music recordings of all time ; 35-36
  • Franklin Mint Record Society: FMRS-CW-035--FMRS-CW-036 (matrix).
  • Country and rock music.
  • "Country Music Foundation Official Archive Collection"--Container.
  • Pressed in maroon-colored vinyl.
  • Program notes by Pete Loesch ([8] p. : ill.) laid in container.
Event (note)
  • Recorded principally in the 1960s and 1970s.
  • Record no. 35, Side A: I can't dance (Gram Parsons) ; Two more bottles of wine (Emmylou Harris) ; Hickory wind (Byrds) ; She belongs to everyone but me (Burrito Brothers) ; London homesick blues (Jerry Jeff Walker) ; Lovesick blues (Linda Ronstadt) -- Side B: The night they drove old Dixie down (The Band) ; Brand new Tennessee waltz (Jesse Winchester) ; Silver moon (Michael Nesmith) ; Amie (Pure Prairie League) ; Katy Hill (Area Code 615) ; Up on Cripple Creek (The Band).
  • Record no. 36, Side A: Mr. Bojangles (Nitty Gritty Dirt Band) ; (Is anybody going to) San Antone (Doug Sahm) ; Up against the wall, redneck mother (Ray Wylie Hubbard) ; Miles and miles of Texas (Asleep at the Wheel) ; That's what I like about the South (Commander Cody) ; I musta died and gone to Texas (Amazing Rhythm Aces) -- Side B: Seven Bridges Road (Steve Young) ; If I ever (Juice Newton and Silver Spur) ; Queen of hearts (Rodney Crowell) ; Seven year ache (Rosanne Cash) ; Old flame (Alabama) ; The devil went down to Georgia (Charlie Daniels Band).
Call Number
*LZR 7400 v. 35-36 (F)
  • 28071742
  • NYPG02-R19
Country-rock [sound recording].
Franklin Center, PA : Franklin Mint Record Society, p1982.
Greatest country music recordings of all time ; 35-36
Featuring the Charlie Daniels Band, Alabama, and various country music singers and ensembles.
Recorded principally in the 1960s and 1970s.
Added Author
Parsons, Gram, -1973. Performer
Harris, Emmylou. Performer
Walker, Jerry Jeff. Performer
Ronstadt, Linda. Performer
Winchester, Jesse. Performer
Nesmith, Michael. Performer
Sahm, Doug. Performer
Hubbard, Ray Wylie. Performer
Young, Steve. Performer
Newton, Juice. Performer
Silver spur. Performer
Crowell, Rodney. Performer
Cash, Rosanne. Performer
Byrds (Musical group) Performer
Flying Burrito Bros. Performer
Band (Musical group) Performer
Pure Prairie League (Musical group) Performer
Area Code 615 (Musical group) Performer
Nitty Gritty Dirt Band. Performer
Asleep at the wheel. Performer
Commander Cody Band. Performer
Amazing Rhythm Aces. Performer
Alabama (Musical group) Performer
Charlie Daniels Band. Performer
Country Music Foundation.
Publisher No.
FMRS-CW-035 Franklin Mint Record Society
FMRS-CW-036 Franklin Mint Record Society
Research Call Number
*LZR 7400 v. 35-36 (F) Container and liner notes on file.
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