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Gene Autry That Silver Haired Daddy Of Mine (9-CD)

That Silver Haired Daddy Of Mine (9-CD)
 
 
 
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catalog number: BCD15944

weight in Kg 2,200

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Gene Autry: That Silver Haired Daddy Of Mine (9-CD)

9-CD box (LP-size) with 100-page hardcover book, 226 tracks. Playing time approx. 659 mns.

Very few people know that Gene Autry... America’s beloved Singing Cowboy, began his career as the writer and performer of authentic white country blues. While working as a telegrapher for the St. Louis and San Francisco Railroad—the Frisco Line—he used a railroad pass to travel to New York in 1929, hoping to follow his dream of competing with the top pop singers of the day. Instead, on the advice of Frankie and Johnny Marvin, and legendary producer Arthur Satherley, Autry used his talent to emulate Jimmie Rodgers. No other performer caught the essence of Jimmie Rodgers as Autry did. He could match Rodgers' yodel, Mississippi dialect and guitar runs so closely that it was often hard to tell the two apart. Yet, as he performed more and more original songs in the Rodgers style, he began to develop a sound of his own.

Producing records for a variety of labels such as Gennett, Victor, and Columbia, as well as various low budget labels ('dime-store platters') owned by ARC, Gene sold lots of records during the Depression when people could least afford to buy them. In the early 1930s, Gene with the guidance of his mentor Jimmy Long and Art Satherley, moved from blues to the more traditional hillbilly music of the time. His duet with Long on the mountain ballad That Silver Haired Daddy Of Mine, recorded in October of 1931, became a million-selling record. Quickly following that success with other songs, such as
 My Old Pal Of Yesterday, Missouri Is Calling, The Little Ranch House On The Old Circle B. and Louisiana Moon, Gene went on to transform himself into America’s preeminent singing cowboy.

With the 226 songs on this 9 CD box, Bear Family Records brings together all of the surviving recordings from 1929 – 1933 for the first time ever. Most of these songs have never been on CD, and many have not been available in any form since their original release 75 years ago, including more than 20 songs that are issued here for the first time.

The hardcover book contains an essay by Packy Smith, a discography by Tony Russell, and many rare pictures and illustrations.

9-CD box (LP-size) with 100-page hardcover book, 226 tracks. Playing time approx. 659 mns


 

Songs

Autry, Gene - That Silver Haired Daddy Of Mine (9-CD) Box set 1
1: My Dreaming Of You
2: My Alabama Home
3: Stay Away From My Chicken House
4: My Oklahoma Home
5: I'll Be Thinking Of You Little Gal
6: I'll Be Thinking Of You Little Gal
7: Cowboy Yodel
8: Why Don't You Come Back To Me
9: No One To Call Me Darling
10: Living In The Mountains
11: Yodelin' Gene
12: Blue Yodel No.5
13: Left My Gal In The Mountains
14: Why Don't You Come Back To Me
15: Hobo Yodel
16: Dust Pan Blues
17: No One To Call Me Darling
18: Frankie And Johnny
19: Railroad Boomer
20: My Alabama Home
21: Slue-Foot Lue
22: Stay Away From My Chicken House
23: Waiting For A Train
24: Lullaby Yodel
25: California Blues (Blue Yodel No.4)
26: Daddy And Home
Autry, Gene - That Silver Haired Daddy Of Mine (9-CD) Box set 2
1: That's Why I Left The Mountains
2: Cowboy Yodel
3: I'll Be Thinking Of You Little Gal
4: My Rough And Rowdy Ways
5: I'll Be Thinking Of You Little Gal
6: Cowboy Yodel
7: Whisper Your Mother's Name
8: The Girl I Left Behind
9: I'll Be Thinking Of You Little Gal
10: Cowboy Yodel
11: In The Shadow Of The Pine
12: Hobo Yodel
13: They Cut Down The Old Pine Tree
14: Texas Blues
15: Hobo Bill's Last Ride
16: Dust Pan Blues
17: My Carolina Sunshine Girl
18: Train Whistle Blues
19: Anniversary Blue Yodel No.7
20: In The Jailhouse Now No.2
21: The Yodeling Hobo
22: Pictures Of My Mother
23: Blue Days
24: He's In The Jail House No.2
25: Cowboy's Yodel
26: Dad In The Hills
Autry, Gene - That Silver Haired Daddy Of Mine (9-CD) Box set 3
1: High Powered Mama
2: The Yodeling Hobo
3: Mean Mama Blues
4: Blue Yodel No.8
5: Pistol Packin' Papa
6: Dad In The Hills
7: Pictures Of My Mother
8: Any Old Time
9: Money Ain't No Use Anyway
10: Blue Days
11: A Gangster's Warning
12: Pictures Of My Mother
13: That's How I Got My Start
14: True Blue Bill
15: Do Right Daddy Blues
16: Do Right Daddy Blues
17: Money Ain't No Use Anyway
18: Money Ain't No Use Anyway
19: That's How I Got My Start
20: That's How I Got My Start
21: Bear Cat Papa Blues
22: Bear Cat Papa Blues
23: True Blue Bill
24: A Gangster's Warning
25: A Gangster's Warning
26: I'll Always Be A Rambler
Autry, Gene - That Silver Haired Daddy Of Mine (9-CD) Box set 4
1: The Death Of Mother Jones
2: The Death Of Mother Jones
3: Bear Cat Papa Blues
4: High Steppin' Mama
5: High Steppin' Mama Blues
6: She Wouldn't Do It
7: Don't Do Me That Way
8: Don't Do Me That Way
9: High Steppin' Mama Blues
10: She Wouldn't Do It
11: Do Right Daddy Blues
12: T.B. Blues
13: Jimmie The Kid
14: Travelin' Blues
15: There's A Good Gal In The Mountains
16: There's A Good Gal In The Mountains
17: She's A Low Down Mama
18: She's A Low Down Mama/She's A Low Down Mama
19: The Old Woman And The Cow
20: The Old Woman And The Cow
21: Bear Cat Mama From Horner's Corners
22: She's A Hum Dum Dinger
23: Old Man Duff
24: Old Man Duff
Autry, Gene - That Silver Haired Daddy Of Mine (9-CD) Box set 5
1: I'm A Truthful Fellow (True Blue Bill)
2: I'm A Truthful Fellow (True Blue Bill)
3: Valley In The Hills
4: Valley In The Hills
5: Valley In The Hills
6: She's Just That Kind
7: She's Always On My Mind
8: She's Always On My Mind
9: I'm Blue And Lonesome
10: I'm Blue And Lonesome
11: Pistol Packin' Papa
12: Jail House Blues
13: That's How I Got My Start
14: Methodist Pie
15: Do Right Daddy Blues
16: Money Ain't No Use Anyhow
17: Money Ain't No Use Anyhow
18: I'll Be Thinking Of You Little Gal
19: Dallas County Jail Blues
20: She Wouldn't Do It
21: T.B. Blues
22: T.B. Blues
23: True Blue Bill
24: That's How I Got My Start
25: I'll Always Be A Rambler
26: Bear Cat Papa Blues
27: I've Got The Jail House Blues
Autry, Gene - That Silver Haired Daddy Of Mine (9-CD) Box set 6
1: Rheumatism Blues
2: I'm Atlanta Bound
3: High Steppin' Mama Blues
4: That Silver Haired Daddy Of Mine
5: Missouri I'm Calling
6: Missouri I'm Calling
7: My Alabama Home
8: Mississippi Valley
9: My Old Pal Of Yesterday
10: Missouri I'm Calling
11: Cross-Eyed Gal That Lived Upon The Hill
12: I'm Always Dreaming Of You
13: Why Don't You Come Back To Me
14: Jailhouse Blues
15: Rheumatism Blues
16: I'm Atlanta Bound
17: Wildcat Mama
18: Mississippi Valley Blues
19: My Old Pal Of Yesterday
20: My Cross-Eyed Girl
21: Birmingham Daddy
22: Why Don't You Come Back To Me
23: Why Don't You Come Back To Me
24: She's A Low Down Mama
Autry, Gene - That Silver Haired Daddy Of Mine (9-CD) Box set 7
1: I'm A Railroad Man (Waitin' On A Weary Train)
2: Under The Old Apple Tree
3: Wild Cat Mama Blues
4: There's A Good Girl In The Mountains
5: That Ramshackle Shack
6: Back To Old Smoky Mountain
7: Back To Old Smoky Mountain
8: Back Home In The Blue Ridge Mountains
9: The Crime I Didn't Do
10: Kentucky Lullaby
11: Alone With My Sorrows
12: I'm Always Dreaming Of You
13: Morning And Skies
14: Returning To My Cabin Home
15: In The Cradle Of My Dreams
16: My Carolina Mountain Rose
17: Have You Found Someone Else
18: In The Hills Of Carolina
19: A Gangster's Warning
20: Back To Old Smokey Mountain
21: Back Home In The Blue Ridge Mountains
22: That Ramshackle Shack
23: Black Bottom Blues
24: Kentucky Lullaby
25: Kentucky Lullaby
Autry, Gene - That Silver Haired Daddy Of Mine (9-CD) Box set 8
1: Cowboy's Heaven
2: The Little Ranch House On The Old Circle B
3: The Yellow Rose Of Texas
4: Your Voice Is Ringing
5: Louisiana Moon
6: Louisiana Moon
7: Louisiana Moon
8: Cowboy's Heaven
9: Cowboy's Heaven
10: The Little Ranch House On The Old Circle B
11: If I Could Bring Back My Buddy
12: If I Could Bring Back My Buddy
13: The Old Folks Back Home
14: The Old Folks Back Home
15: The Yellow Rose Of Texas
16: The Yellow Rose Of Texas/The Yellow Rose Of..
17: Gosh! I Miss You All The Time
18: The Answer To 21 Years
19: The Answer To 21 Years
20: When It's Lamp Lightin' Time In The Valley
21: When It's Lamp Lightin' Time In The Valley
22: Watching The Clouds Roll By
Autry, Gene - That Silver Haired Daddy Of Mine (9-CD) Box set 9
1: Don't Take Me Back To The Chain Gang
2: Don't Take Me Back To The Chain Gang
3: In The Valley Of The Moon
4: In The Valley Of The Moon
5: When The Mailman Says No Mail Today
6: When The Humming Birds Are Humming
7: When The Humming Birds Are Humming
8: Roll Along Kentucky Moon
9: That Mother And Daddy Of Mine
10: Way Out West In Texas
11: The Dying Cowgirl
12: The Death Of Jimmie Rodgers
13: The Life Of Jimmie Rodgers
14: If You'll Let Me Be Your Little Sweetheart
15: That Old Feather Bed On The Farm
16: There's An Empty Cot In The Bunkhouse Tonight
17: A Hill-Billy Wedding In June
18: Moonlight Down In Lovers' Lane
19: The Last Round-Up
20: When Jimmie Rodgers Said Good-bye
21: Good Luck Old Pal ('Til We Meet Bye And Bye)
22: Bye Bye Boyfriend (Blackbird)
23: Frankie And Johnnie

 

Artikeleigenschaften von Gene Autry: That Silver Haired Daddy Of Mine (9-CD)

  • Interpret: Gene Autry

  • Albumtitel: That Silver Haired Daddy Of Mine (9-CD)

  • Format Box set
  • Genre Country

  • Music Genre Country Music
  • Music Style Western
  • Music Sub-Genre 011 Western
  • Edition 2 Deluxe Edition
  • Title That Silver Haired Daddy Of Mine 9-CD Box
  • Label BEAR FAMILY RECORDS

  • Price code IL
  • SubGenre Country - Traditional Country

  • EAN: 4000127159441

  • weight in Kg 2.200
 
 

Artist description "Autry, Gene"

Gene Autry

That Silver Haired Daddy Of Mine

A very strong case can be made that Gene Autry is one of the two or three most important performers in the history of country music. He was not the first 'star' of country music, Jimmie Rodgers was. He was not the 'King of Country Music.' That title belonged to Roy Acuff. But Gene Autry was country music's first multi-media star. As a recording artist, he sold millions of records during the Depression years of the 1930s, when people could least afford to buy records, and was easily one of the biggest selling country and western singers of the middle third of the 20th century. As a movie star, he took American country music to the world and, with his cowboy image and his songs, helped create the mythos that characterizes the American West. Through his record sales, personal appearances, radio and television in the '30s, '40s, and '50s, he helped define country music for two generations of Americans.

This American icon was born Orvon Grover (Gene) Autry on September 29, 1907, on a farm at Indian Creek, near Tioga, Texas, the oldest of four children. In his autobiography, 'Back In The Saddle Again,' Gene described his father Delbert as "a livestock dealer, a horse trader, a footloose, aimless man who loved people and animals and the smell of the good earth." His mother, Elnora Ozmont Autry, was a small woman who never enjoyed robust health. Gene's paternal grandfather, William T. Autry, was a Baptist preacher who taught him to sing when he was a young child because he needed the boy to sing in his church choir. Gene's early years were spent with the family moving from one small town to another in north Texas and southern Oklahoma. They finally settled on a farm near Achille, Oklahoma, where he received most of his elementary schooling.

Not a lot is known about Gene's adolescence because, as he said in his book, "There is no point in trying to glorify one's childhood." The result of this philosophy was that Gene gave very few interviews that provided many facts about his formative years. Worse, we are left to speculate as to the music and passions that drove him as a youth. What few facts we do have show a family that was poor, but not deprived. The Autrys were farmers, so it would not have been too difficult, without much cash money, for them to sustain themselves off the land. Delbert Autry was apparently capable of earning good money as a livestock dealer and trader when times were good, and when money was scarce he bartered for chickens, eggs, cloth, leather and any other necessities needed to survive within the extended family. And, like most rural farm families, their social life would have centered on the church and the school.

It is easy to imagine what Gene's boyhood would have been like along the Texas-Oklahoma border during and just after World War I. There was likely plenty of time for baseball, a sport Gene loved and was associated with for most of his life. In addition to such leisure-time activities, there would have been work in the form of chores expected of any child of a family scratching its livelihood from the land. Gene talked about feeding livestock and milking cows in the morning before riding horseback over six miles to school. Since money was scarce, Gene would have had to earn his spending money. In his book, he mentioned working as a hired hand for his uncles, Calvin and Homer. He referred to it as "mean work for a wiry boy." Although we don't know the exact dates, we know that Gene worked part time at 'The Dark Feather Theater' in Achille, where he changed the posters and marquee and served as the relief projectionist. He says that at the time he was little impressed with the dramatic and flamboyant exploits of the era's movie cowboys because they bore little relation to life in the cow towns he knew so well.

It seems obvious that music was an important part of the family's life. There were revivals at the churches with religious music for the faithful, and kids would have learned the songs most popular with rural bands and local ensembles that played for square dances at the schoolhouse. Gene said his mother encouraged his interest in music, and we know that from an early age he sang in the church choir for which his mother served as organist. She also played piano and guitar, so it stands to reason that, with Gene showing an early interest in music, he would have learned at least the rudimentary techniques of both instruments. His mother sang to the kids at night, mostly folk songs and hymns. They most likely were exposed to the popular standards of the day through the windup Victrola that was fast becoming a staple in every household. When he was 12, Gene ordered his first guitar through the Sears, Roebuck catalogue, paying eight dollars earned while working on his uncle Calvin's farm, baling and stacking hay to be used to feed cattle in the winter.

When Gene was 15, he returned to Tioga and lived with his uncle Cal's family while he attended high school. As a student, Gene ranged from average to indifferent. He did well with subjects that interested him, math being one at which he excelled, but his grades reflected a lack of enthusiasm for the others. Although Gene often claimed that as a youngster he had no thought of becoming a professional entertainer, the facts contradict that. He said, "I was ambitious to mainly get out of baling hay." That clearly means he had no intentions of being a farmer. The population of Tioga hovered around 800 people in the 1920s, but in spite of its relatively small size the town offered a diverse social life. Farming and ranching predominated, but the famed mineral springs attracted visitors from around the country, and the railroad brought a steady stream of visitors from the big cities. While Gene still worked on his uncle's farm to earn spending money, singing became a more and more important part of his life, and he began to perform wherever he could. He said that by the time he was 15 he knew his way around every stage in town. Accompanied on the piano by Calvin's daughter Louise, he played and sang in local cafés and other venues for tips from appreciative audiences. One summer—probably 1924—he even landed a job singing with the Fields Brothers' Marvelous Medicine Show, earning a handsome $15.00 per week.

Sometime during his senior year, just shy of graduation, Gene quit school and rejoined his family, now living in Ravia, Oklahoma. The Tioga yearbook notes with little sympathy that Gene left because he found his studies too hard.

A much more realistic and logical explanation is that he quit because he was simply bored with school. Gene said his mother had always hoped that he would become a professional man. "But,"  he later explained, "that dream went against the trend of my time and place. No one I knew as a child went to college. Where I grew up, on the line between Texas and Oklahoma, 'X'…was the legal signature for about a third of the adult population." It's reasonable to assume that Gene was beginning to assess his potential as a performer. After all, by the standard of any teenager at that time, he had earned a fortune the previous summer by singing with the medicine show. So, Gene talked Mr. Picket, Ravia's local railway station agent, into hiring him as a part-time helper for $35 a month. Likely Gene thought that by supplementing the railroad pay with money he earned as a performer, he could live. He had no desire to continue farming under any circumstances.

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