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(2014/Classic Country) NTSC, Code 0, 1969-79, Color, 135 Mins. Jim Ed Brown's Country Place -... more

Jim Ed Brown: Jim Ed Brown's Country Place Vol.2

(2014/Classic Country) NTSC, Code 0, 1969-79, Color, 135 Mins.

Jim Ed Brown's Country Place - Volume 2    

Chapter 1 – 2/26/1970

Jim Ed Brown - ''When You’re Smiling'
Blake Emmons – 'England Swings' (Tree)
Wilma Burgess – 'Only Mama That’ll Walk The Line,' 'Sun’s Gonna Shine'
Unknown – 'Now Is The Hour/Healin’ Hands Of Time/Lift Ring, Pull Open/Angels Dolly' (medley)
Jim Ed Brown & Wilma Burgess – 'Misty Blue' (duet)
Jim Ed Brown – 'Pop-A-Top'
 Chapter 2 – 7/7/1969

Jim Ed Brown – 'I’d Walk A Country Mile'
Blake Emmons – 'Sally Was A Good Girl'
Maxine Brown – 'Big Dog'
Jim Ed Brown & Maxine Brown – 'I Was Lookin’ Back To See' (duet)
Lancers – 'Little Green Apples'
Jim Ed Brown & Maxine Brown – 'Old Lamplighter/Scarlet Ribbons/Three Bells' (medley/duet)
Unknown – 'Sugar Foot Rag' (instrumental)
 Chapter 3 –  7/31/1969

Jim Ed Brown – 'Country Boy’s Dream'
Blake Emmons – 'You’re My Woman'
Jerry Reed – 'Fine On My Mind,' 'A Thing Called Love'
Jim Ed Brown & Jerry Reed – 'Hallelujah I Love Her So' (duet)
Lancers – 'Walking In Sunshine'
 Chapter 4 – 8/18/1969

Jim Ed Brown – 'Be Glad,' 'Sugar Foot Rag'
Mary Taylor – 'I’m A Long Time Gone'
Blake Emmons – 'Mary In The Morning'
Jim Ed Brown – 'On The Other Side,' 'Welcome To My World'
Mary Taylor – 'Walking The Dog'
Entire Group – 'Flowers On The Wall'
 Chapter 5 – 7/16/1979

Jim Ed Brown – 'Chattanooga Shoeshine Boy,' 'Gentle On My Mind'
Tex Ritter – 'Rye Whiskey'
Blake Emmons – 'Delilah'
Tex Ritter – 'Growin’ Up,' 'Texas'
Entire Group – 'Swing Down Chariot' (gospel)
 Chapter 6 – 7/29/1969

Jim Ed Brown – 'Lookin’ Back To See'
Blake Emmons – 'Unmitigated Gall' (Cedarwood)
Nat Stuckey – 'Cut Across Shorty'
Jim Ed Brown & Nat Stuckey – 'Pop-A-Top' (duet)
Nat Stuckey – 'Plastic Saddle'
Lancers – 'What A Wonderful World'
Jim Ed Brown – 'Folsom Prison Blues'

Article properties: Jim Ed Brown: Jim Ed Brown's Country Place Vol.2

  • Interpret: Jim Ed Brown

  • Album titlle: Jim Ed Brown's Country Place Vol.2

  • Genre Country

  • Year of publication 2014
  • Label CLASSIC COUNTRY DVD

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  • Artikelart DVD

  • EAN: 4000127782373

  • weight in Kg 0.08
Brown, Jim Ed - Jim Ed Brown's Country Place Vol.2 DVD 1
01 When You're Smiling Brown, Jim Ed
02 England Swings (Tree) Emmons, Blake
03 Only Mama That'll Walk The Line / Sun's Gonna Shine Burgess, Wilma
04 Medley: Now Is The Hour/Healin' Hands Of Time/Lift Ring, Pull Open/Angels Dolly Jim Ed Brown
05 Misty Blue Brown, Jim Ed & Burgess, Wilma
06 Pop-A-Top Brown, Jim Ed
07 I'd Walk A Country Mile Brown, Jim Ed
08 Sally Was A Good Girl Emmons, Blake
09 Big Dog Brown, Maxine
10 I Was Lookin' Back To See Brown, Jim Ed & Brown, Maxine
11 Little Green Apples Lancers
12 Medley: Old Lamplighter/Scarlet Ribbons/Three Bells Brown, Jim Ed & Brown, Maxine
13 Sugar Foot Rag (Instrumental) Jim Ed Brown
14 Country Boy's Dream Brown, Jim Ed
15 You're My Woman Emmons, Blake
16 Fine On My Mind, A Thing Called Love Reed, Jerry
17 Hallelujah I Love Her So Brown, Jim Ed & Reed, Jerry
18 Walking In Sunshine Lancers
19 Be Glad, Sugar Foot Rag Brown, Jim Ed
20 I'm A Long Time Gone Taylor, Mary
21 Mary In The Morning Emmons, Blake
22 On The Other Side, Welcome To My World Brown, Jim Ed
23 Walking The Dog Taylor, Mary
24 Flowers On The Wall Entire Group
25 Chattanooga Shoeshine Boy, Gentle On My Mind Brown, Jim Ed
26 Rye Whiskey Ritter, Tex
27 Delilah Emmons, Blake
28 Growin' Up, Texas Ritter, Tex
29 Swing Down Chariot (Gospel) Entire Group
30 Lookin' Back To See Brown, Jim Ed
31 Unmitigated Gall Emmons, Blake
32 Cut Across Shorty Stuckey, Nat
33 Pop-A-Top Brown, Jim Ed & Stuckey, Nat
34 Plastic Saddle Stuckey, Nat
35 What A Wonderful World Lancers
36 Folsom Prison Blues Brown, Jim Ed
Jim Ed Brown Pop A Top Jim Ed Brown Pop A Top (Nat Stuckey) recorded November 9,... more
"Jim Ed Brown"

Jim Ed Brown

Pop A Top

Jim Ed Brown

Pop A Top

(Nat Stuckey)

recorded November 9, 1966 (18:00-21:00) RCA Victor Studio, 806 17th Avenue South, Nashville, Tennessee; Producer: Felton Jarvis

with Jim Ed Brown: vocal/guitar/leader; Ray Q. Edenton: guitar; Glenn Davis Keener: guitar; Wayne Moss: electric guitar; Jerry 'Chip Young' Stembridge: electric guitar; Pete L. Rodis Drake: steel guitar; Roy M. 'Junior' Huskey, Jr: bass; Jerry K. Carrigan: drums; David Paul Briggs: piano; Joseph T. Babcock, June Evelyn Page, Sandra L. Posey, Hurshel Wayne Wiginton: vocal chorus

RCA 47-9192 - master TWA4-1487

The blessed 4/4 shuffle wasn't quite dead. Bar-room songs hadn't quite faded from view. That said, Jim Ed Brown's voice was a little too dulcet for him to be totally convincing as the man knocking back the beers to dull the pain. Jim Ed had recorded solo since 1965. His family act, the Browns, split during the month this was recorded, November 1966. Jim Ed remembers that songwriter Nat Stuckey sent an acetate of the song to his producer, Chet Atkins, but Atkins didn't have time to listen to it, so Jim Ed took it, listened, and decided that he wanted to cut it. In 1966, Stuckey had scored two hits, one (Waitin' In Your Welfare Line) as a songwriter and another (Sweet Thang) as a singer. He'd recorded Pop-A-Top for the LP tagged after Sweet Thang, but didn't release it as a single. Atkins was still busy when Jim Ed said he wanted to record Pop A Top, so Felton Jarvis was assigned to the session. They went out to get some Dr. Pepper cans for the sound effect. Jarvis chose another song over Pop A Top as the session's first single, but Pop A Top was the record that got Jim Ed's solo career off the ground. After six middling hits, this one went to #3.

Fast-forward to 1999. Nat Stuckey had been dead eleven years and Jim Ed hadn't seen a hit in longer than that. Country music's biggest star of the day, Alan Jackson, recorded an album of covers and revivals, 'Under The Influence.' Pop A Top was the first single from the album and reached #6. The video couldn't show Jackson getting plastered, so it showed comedian Cledus T. Judd getting so drunk that he felt as if he was at a party with Alan Jackson on stage. It was about as close as fin de siecle country music came to its unruly hillbilly roots; in other words, not very.

- Colin Escott -

Various Country & Western Hit Parade 1967

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