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Burl Ives A Little Bitty Tear - The Nashville Years 1961-1965 (5-CD)

A Little Bitty Tear - The Nashville Years 1961-1965 (5-CD)
 
 
 
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Burl Ives: A Little Bitty Tear - The Nashville Years 1961-1965 (5-CD)

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Burl Ives
A Little Bitty Tear (5-CD) He is a man of many talents: singer, author, Academy Award winning actor, folk music scholar and performer. He was a companion of Woody Guthrie, and one of the few who laid the foundation for the Folk Boom of the late '50s and '60s.

Surprisingly, Burl Ives spent most of the early '60s recording in Nashville with legendary producer Owen Brad-ley. Beginning with A Little Bitty Tear this collection captures Big Daddy in the studio with the cream of the Nashville session men: Grady Martin, Floyd Cramer, Hank Garland etc.

Burl was able to draw songs from the best Nashville writers like Hank Cochran, Roger Miller and Harlan Howard, and this collection features his complete recor-dings between 1961 and 1965 when he had three top 10 country singles. Don't dismiss this one! It's some of the most purely enjoyable country music from that period.
12/12' book with biography by Joseph Laredo & discogra-phy by Richard Weize, with many rare pictures.

 

Songs

Burl Ives - A Little Bitty Tear - The Nashville Years 1961-1965 (5-CD) Medium 1
1: A Little Bitty Tear
2: The Long Black Veil
3: Shanghied
4: The Almighty Dollar Bill
5: Forty Hour Week
6: Royal Telephone/Delia
7: Oh, My Side
8: Lenora, Let Your Hair Hang Down
9: Mocking Bird Hill
10: I Walk The Line
11: Drink To Me Only With Thine Eyes
12: Mama Don't Want No Peas, No Rice
13: Empty Saddles
14: The Oregon Trail
15: Home On The Range
16: When The Bloom Is On The Sage
17: My Adobe Hacienda
18: Cowboy's Dream
19: Mexicali Rose
20: The Last Roundup
21: O Bury Me Not On The Lone Prairie
22: Jingle, Jangle, Jingle
23: Cool Water
24: Tumbling Tumbleweeds
25: Royal Telephone
26: Holding Hands For Joe
27: Sixteen Fathoms Down
28: What You Gonna Do Leroy
Burl Ives - A Little Bitty Tear - The Nashville Years 1961-1965 (5-CD) Medium 2
1: Brooklyn Bridge
2: Poor Little Jimmie
3: Thumbin' Johnny Brown
4: Funny Way Of Laughin'
5: That's All I Can Remember  
6: Ninety Nine  
7: Call Me Mr. In-Between  
8: I Ain't Comin' Home Tonight  
9: How Do You Fall Out Of Love  
10: In Foggy Old London  
11: Mother Wouldn't Do That  
12: Bring Them In  
13: Let The Lower Lights Be Burning  
14: Beulah Land  
15: Standing On The Promises  
16: Fairest Lord Jesus  
17: We're Marching To Zion  
18: Sunshine In My Soul  
19: Blessed Assurance  
20: Leaning On The Everlasting Arms  
21: Where He Leads Me  
22: Will There Be Any Stars  
23: When They Ring Those Golden Bells  
24: The Same Old Hurt  
25: Wishin' She Was Here (Instead Of Me)  
26: Busted  
27: Poor Boy In A Rich Man's Town  
Burl Ives - A Little Bitty Tear - The Nashville Years 1961-1965 (5-CD) Medium 3
1: Mary Ann Regrets  
2: Billy Bayou  
3: The Moon Is High  
4: Green Turtle  
5: Bury The Bottle With Me  
6: The Blizzard  
7: It Comes And Goes  
8: I'm The Boss  
9: The Same Old Hurt (remake)  
10: Curry Road  
11: The Deepening Snow  
12: She Didn't Let The Ink Dry On The Paper  
13: The Late Movie  
14: Home, James  
15: Man About Town  
16: She Called Me Baby  
17: My Chicken Run Way To The Bush  
18: Baby Come Home To Me  
19: Roses And Orchids  
20: Lynching Party  
21: A Hundred Twenty Miles From Nowhere  
22: Two-Car Garage  
23: I Found My Best Friend In The Dog Pound  
24: I'll Hit It With A Stick  
25: Saskatoon, Saskatchewan  
26: Some Folks  
27: I'll Walk Away Smiling  
28: There Goes Another Pal Of Mine  
29: This Is Your Day  
30: This Is All I Ask  
Burl Ives - A Little Bitty Tear - The Nashville Years 1961-1965 (5-CD) Medium 4
1: Lower Forty  
2: Four Initials On A Tree  
3: Someone Hangin' Round You All The Time  
4: Beautiful Annabel Lee  
5: Hobo Jungle  
6: Strong As A Mountain  
7: Can't You Hear Me  
8: Cherry Blossom Song  
9: What I Want (I Can Never Have)  
10: Can Angels Fly Over The Rockies?  
11: The Legend Of The T.  
12: Kentucky Turkey Buzzard  
13: The Funny Little Show  
14: Hard Luck And Misery  
15: Pearly Shells  
16: What Little Tears Are Made Of  
17: Short On Love  
18: Who Done It?  
19: Two Of The Usual  
20: Tell Me  
21: Among My Souvenirs  
22: Gater Hollow  
23: I Ain't Missing Nobody  
24: Catfish Bill  
25: Time To Bum Again  
26: Born For Trouble  
27: Unemployment Check  
28: The Atlantic Coastal Line  
29: Don't Let Love Die  
30: How Deep Is The Ocean  
31: Gater Hollow  
Burl Ives - A Little Bitty Tear - The Nashville Years 1961-1965 (5-CD) Medium 5
1: My Melancholy Baby  
2: Jealous  
3: My Gal Sal  
4: By The Light Of The Silvery Moon  
5: For Me And My Gal  
6: Red Sails In The Sunset  
7: Make Believe  
8: Oh How I Miss You Tonight  
9: You Know You Belong To Somebody Else  
10: Down In The Okefenokee  
11: (I Hear You) Call My Name  
12: Mister Make-Up Man  
13: River Boy  
14: Drifting And Dreaming  
15: Beyond The Reef  
16: My Isle Of Golden Dreams  
17: Now Is The Hour  
18: Sweet Leilani  
19: Moon Of Manakoora  
20: Song Of The Islands  
21: Keep Your Eyes On The Hands  
22: Hawaiian Bells  
23: Little Brown Girl  
24: On The Beach Of Waikiki  
25: Aloha Oe  
26: Thirty Thousand Feet Over Denver  
27: Betsy, The Cow  

 

Artikeleigenschaften von Burl Ives: A Little Bitty Tear - The Nashville Years 1961-1965 (5-CD)

  • Interpret: Burl Ives

  • Albumtitel: A Little Bitty Tear - The Nashville Years 1961-1965 (5-CD)

  • Format Box set
  • Genre Folk

  • Music Genre Country Music
  • Music Style Classic Country Artists
  • Music Sub-Genre 002 Classic Country Artists
  • Title A Little Bitty Tear - The Nashville Years 1961-1965 (5-CD)
  • Release date 1993
  • Label BEAR FAMILY RECORDS

  • Price code EI
  • SubGenre Country - Traditional Country

  • EAN: 4000127156679

  • weight in Kg 1.300
 
 

Artist description "Ives, Burl"

Burl Ives

Born, June 14, 1909, Illinois, USA
Died, April 14, 1995, Washington, USA

The phrase 'renaissance man' almost seems like stinting praise when its applied to someone who's enjoyed a career as remarkably prolific and varied as has Burl Ives. He is an author; a seminal figure in the history of American folk music; an Academy Award-winning screen actor and a Grammy Award-winning country singer (he is also an accomplished self-taught sailor and has received the highest honor in Freemasonry, but one has to draw the line somewhere!).

A full accounting of his triumphs on radio, television, and the Broadway stage would require an essay three times this size, and while all of these arenas will be touched on in passing, the scope of our present concern is the path which led the Wayfaring Stranger, as Ives was affectionately nicknamed, from a turn of the century midwestern boyhood to the recording studios of Nashville, Tennessee. There, with the help of legendary producer Owen Bradley, the man with arguably the most distinctive voice in all of popular music met with a combination of ingredients that brought him the greatest commercial success of his recording career.


Burl Icle Ivanhoe Ives was born on Flag Day, June 14, 1909 in Hunt Township, a farming community in Jasper County in the southern, 'bible belt' region of Illinois. With English ancestors on his father's side and Irish forefathers on his mother's, the Ives family could trace its ancestry in America back to the seventeenth century. The Ives had traditionally worked the land for their livelihood, although there was the 'occasional preacher" in the lineage. Burl was the youngest of seven children in his family. He had three sisters and two brothers (the Ives family also had another boy child that died in infancy). His parents, Frank and Cordella Ives, were humble tenant farmers, and moves in search of fertile soil were a frequent part of Burl's childhood.


Both the time and place of his youth were important factors in his development as an artist. In the summer of his birth, many believed that the return appearance of Halley's Comet expected the following year might somehow portend the end of civilization. His was a rural, almost pre-industrial environment in which, 'the air was filled with thunder, the sounds of birds, the whisper of trees — all the sounds of nature. Sights and sounds that are still to this day seed to my process of becoming 'Ives later recalled:
'As a child, I remember I used to stand in a field and I could look all the way around I could see the horizon in any direction, and I could see the curvature of the earth around me and I could feel myself right in the center of it, you see. And that gave me a position in life, in the middle of the circle, which is where we are."


As his growing fame eventually brought him international celebrity, this strong identification with his roots enabled Ives to continue to project a persona that was, in the phrase of one writer, "as American as an ice cream cone, as middle western as succotash. "Farm life also helped to shape Burl in a very literal sense of the word: "Being born on the farm and drinking whole milk from the cows, eating corn bread, greens and roastin' ears and things like that — garden truck as they called it —gave me a good start physically. That was very good fare to start out life with. "While still a young man, Burl packed 250 pounds onto his 6 foot frame, and though his weight has fluctuated greatly over the years, he has always been a commanding physical presence.


Although publicity material later related that neighbors used to refer to Burl's family as 'those singing Iveses, he does not recall that his family was particularly musically inclined. Church, however, was an integral part of their lives, and a preacher was not always available in the little wooden country churches that populated the area. Frequently, the entire service would consist of the congregation joining together in the singing of traditional hymns, and Burl believes that his first exposure to music of any kind came in church while he was still in his mother's womb. Roughly three years after his birth, in a rare Ives family extravagance, Burl's father purchased his older sister Audrey a pump organ. They were testing it out as accompaniment for a family rendition of We're Marching To Zion when the older voices dropped out in amazement at baby Burl, who knew all the lyrics and was singing them on pitch.


Of vital importance to Burl's musical education was his maternal grandmother Kate White, a strong-willed woman who smoked a long clay pipe and looked to young Burl, "as though she stepped from an Elizabethan print. "She had a great love of traditional airs and melodies which she passed along to both her daughter and Burl, and it was from her lips that he first learned such classic songs as Barbara Allen, Pearl Bryan, and Lord Thomas And Fair Eleanor. Burl was four years old and harmonizing outdoors with his mother while gardening when he was overheard by his Uncle Ira Vance, a veteran of the Civil War who'd once shaken hands with Abraham Lincoln. Uncle Ira invited him to make his public debut at an old soldier's reunion the following week. Burl sang Barbara Allen and was rewarded with a dollar bill, which he'd never seen before, that he promptly spent on hot dogs and a merry-go-round, both of which were also new to him. Although at this time his exposure to popular music was limited, the Ives did have neighbors who owned a 'talking machine' which played musical cylinders by the likes of Ada Jones & Lynn Spencer and the Peerless Quartet. Years later at a World War I bond rally, young Burl became distracted by a torn piece of wallpaper while performing the latter group's America, Here's My Boy and, without missing a beat, he left the stage while singing and returned only after smoothing over the offending scrap with his thumb.


After a rousing church duet performance of Forty Years Ago with his sister Argola, Burl developed a reputation as a child evangelist and he and his sister were much in demand at homecomings and revival meetings. His musical horizons were also broadened by the tent shows that passed through town. These vaudeville-like reviews usually consisted of a silent film, a line of dancers, and some supporting comedy and singing acts. The youngster was eventually inspired to save enough money to buy his first instrument, a banjo, though he later switched to the guitar.


Burl made his theatrical debut in the sixth grade, and the following year he was featured in a 'home talent play' with minstrel overtones entitled `Misery Moon the Hoo-dooed Coon.' Before long, Burl was appearing in plays in neighboring towns like Willow Hill, Yale, and St. Marie. All during this time Burl's father Frank had been studying engineering between farming seasons, and he soon became involved in the construction trade. As business picked up, the family enjoyed a slightly more prosperous lifestyle and the children were sent to attend high...

 

 
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