Complete Us Country Hits 1944-59
His presence on TV and radio elevated Red’s fame, but it was this long streak of Decca hits that made him a country-music giant. You’ll find flavors of pop, R&B, gospel and rockabilly—flavors that were key to his crossover success—as you hear all his country and pop hits from 1944–59 and every duet with Kitty Wells ("One by One," "As Long As I Live") and Ernest Tubb ("Goodnight Irene," "Tennessee Border No. 2"). Those join his #1s "Smoke on the Water," "Shame on You," "New Jolie Blonde," "Tennessee Saturday Night," "Chattanoogie Shoe Shine Boy," "Birmingham Bounce," "Mississippi," "Midnight"…three and a half hours of Foley’s finest! Acrobat.
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