Charlie Feathers - Lonesome Whistle album FLAC
Lonesome Whistle şarkısını ücretsiz dinle. Charlie Feathers şarkıcısına ait albümleri ve diğer şarkıları da görebilir ve dinleyebilirsiniz. Folsom Prison Blues Charlie Feathers. Way in the Night Charlie Feathers. Mound Of Clay Charlie Feathers. That Certain Female Charlie Feathers. Can't Hardly Stand It Charlie Feathers. Wind Jimmie Dale Gilmore. Funnel of Love Wanda Jackson. The Way I Feel Billy Lee Riley. Charlie Feathers - Popüler Albümleri. Charlie Feathers Charlie Feathers. Charlie Feathers - Popüler Şarkıları. Am I Losing What I Found Charlie Feathers. Stutterin' Cindy Charlie Feathers. Tongue-Tied Jill Charlie Feathers.
Charles Arthur Feathers (June 12, 1932 – August 29, 1998) was an American country music and rockabilly musician. Feathers was born in Holly Springs, Mississippi. He recorded a string of singles in the 1950s such as "Peepin' Eyes", "Defrost Your Heart", "Tongue-Tied Jill" and "Bottle to the Baby" on Sun Records, Meteor and King Records. Feathers was known for being a master of shifting emotional and sonic dynamics in his songs
Interpret: Charlie McCoy. Album titlle: Lonesome Whistle: A Tribute To Hank Williams. Year of publication 2011. Artikelart CD. EAN: 0184878000208. McCoy, Charlie - Lonesome Whistle: A Tribute To Hank Williams CD 1. 01. Introduction (Charlie McCoy). 02. I Heard That Lonesome Whistle Blow. 04. I'm So Lonesome I Could Cry. 05. Introduction (Jett Williams). 1. 06. Your Cheatin' Heart (& Jett Williams).
Charlie Feathers, In Appreciation. A salute to one of the greatest Rockabilly singers and song stylists that Pop Music has produced . Great unique version of this classic Chuck Berry song by the uncrowned king of Rockabilly Mr. Charlie Feathers. From Honky Tonk Man album. August 23, 2015 ·. Charlie Feathers - Wild Side Of Life.
Album · 2008 · 18 Songs. The third and final volume of Norton’s series of rare Charlie Feathers material is probably the best, if only because it contains the least heard and most unusual of the rockabilly singer’s performances. The set opens with Jungle Fever, an obscure 1958 b-side released on the tiny Memphis label Kay. With its muggy atmosphere and hopscotching rhythm, the song is a perfect example of the traits that set Feathers apart from the rest of the rockabilly generation.