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Billy Walker Billy Walker's Country Carnival (1968 - 69)

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Billy Walker: Billy Walker's Country Carnival (1968 - 69)

(2010/CLASSIC COUNTRY) NTSC, Code 0, Color, 130 Mins.
Billy Walker hosts Country Carnival. Six great shows featuring a great variety of country entertainers including Grandpa Jones, Little Jimmy Dickens, Boots Randolph, Jack Greene, Osborne Brothers, Ed Bruce, Jimmy C. Newman and Hank Snow. Over 2 hours of outstanding country music.

List of songs on the DVD.

Chapter 1 - 10/30/1968

Billy Walker – 'Charlie’s Shoes'
Diana Trask – 'Hold On'
Grandpa Jones – 'Smoke, Smoke, Smoke That Cigarette'
Billy Walker – 'Born To Lose'
Jimmy Dickens – 'When The Ship Hits The Sand,' 'I Love Lucy Brown'
Billy Walker – 'Mansion Over The Hilltop' (gospel)
Entire Group – 'Old Rattler'
 Chapter 2 - 10/31/1968

Billy Walker – 'Oh Lonesome Me/Blue, Blue Day' (medley)
Boots Randolph – 'Yakety Sax' (instrumental/sax)
Entire Group – 'You Don’t Know Me'
Melba Montgomery – 'Break My Mind'
Billy Ed Wheeler – 'I Ain’t The Worrying Kind'
Billy Walker – 'Softly And Tenderly' (gospel)
Melba Montgomery – 'Keep Me Lonely'
Entire Group – 'Jackson'
 Chapter 3 - 11/26/1968

Billy Walker – 'Honky Tonk Man' (Cedarwood)
John Wesley Ryles – 'Kay'
Peggy Little – 'Welcome Home To Nothing'
Jack Greene – 'Until My Dreams Come True'
Billy Walker – 'Circumstances'
Jack Greene – 'Walkin’ On New Grass'
Billy Walker – 'Just A Closer Walk With Thee' (gospel)
Band – 'Bud’s Bounce' (instrumental)
Chapter 4 - 9/10/1968

Billy Walker - 'Age of Worry'
Osborne Brothers - 'Son of a Sawmill Man'
Sammi Smith - 'Why Do You Do Me Like You Do'
Billy Walker - 'Today I Started Loving You Again'
Ed Bruce - 'Painted Girls & Wine'
Osborne Brothers - 'Rocky Top'
Billy Walker - 'In the Garden' (gospel)
Billy Walker & the Osborne Brothers - 'San Antonio Rose'
 Chapter 5 – 1969

Billy Walker – 'Loose Talk'
Chase Webster – 'Match Box'
Jimmy C. Newman – 'Boo Dan' (Cajun)
Billy Walker – 'Better Homes And Gardens'
Jamey Ryan – 'Once More'
Jimmy C. Newman – 'Three'
Billy Walker – 'Evening Prayer' (gospel)
Entire Group – 'Jole Blon'
 Chapter 6 – 1969

Billy Walker – 'Honky Tonk Man'
Jamey Ryan – 'Games People Play' (Lowery)
Billy Walker – 'If You See My Baby'
Chase Webster – 'Johnny B. Goode'
Hank Snow – 'I Don’t Hurt Anymore,' 'Tammy'
Billy Walker – 'I’ll Fly Away' (gospel)
George Lewis – 'Mama Tried'
Entire Group – 'Do What You Do Do Well'

 

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  • Interpret: Billy Walker

  • Albumtitel: Billy Walker's Country Carnival (1968 - 69)

  • Format DVD
  • Genre Country

  • DVD-Genre Musik & Konzerte
  • DVD-SubGenre Country
  • Title Billy Walker's Country Carnival (1968/69)
  • Release date 2010
  • Label CLASSIC COUNTRY DVD

  • DVD-Regionalcode
  • SubGenre Country - General

  • EAN: 4000127709431

  • weight in Kg 0.100
 
 

Artist description "Walker, Billy"

Billy Walker

Cross The Brazos At Waco

BILLY WALKER OBITUARY

Books have been spun out of lesser fabric than Billy Walker's life. His mental log of all he saw and heard amounted to a journal of post-War country music. He was there at Hank Williams' last show and at Elvis Presley's first big public appearance in Memphis. He was hanging around waiting to cut a session while Buddy Holly recorded Words Of Love; he just narrowly missed boarding the plane on which Patsy Cline, Cowboy Copas and Hawkshaw Hawkins perished; and he was there the night that Red Foley passed away. Billy tried to draw some meaning from all this, but it was simply too numbing to contemplate. Now Billy himself has passed away. He was killed in a single-car traffic accident in the early hours of Sunday May 21, 2006 on a stretch of Interstate 65 in Alabama known as the Hank Williams Highway.

Born in Ralls, Texas, on January 14, 1929, Billy was inspired by Gene Autry to take up music. After getting out of school in 1947, he worked various day jobs before beginning his career fronting for sometime Columbia artist Jimmy Lawson in 1948. He joined the Big D Jamboree in Dallas (where he was billed as the Traveling Texan and wore a Lone Ranger-styled mask) and worked for Hank Thompson in Waco. It was Thompson who got him his first contract with Capitol in 1949. Eighteen months later, Billy switched to Columbia. His first charted hit was Thank You For Calling in 1954.

Billy joined the Louisiana Hayride in 1952, moved to the Ozark Jubilee in '54, flirted briefly with rock 'n' roll, and then returned to Texas to work the beerjoints. In 1959, he moved to Nashville to join the Grand Ole Opry, and remained a member until his death. His records began charting with more regularity. His original version of Funny How Time Slips Away stalled at #23 on the country charts, but the follow-up, Charlie’s Shoes, hit the top spot in 1962. He continued to chart records regularly into the 1980s, and his last records were on his own Tall Texan label.

An engaging raconteur with a bottomless fund of stories, Billy was a much-loved character in Nashville. He was returning from a gig in Gulf Shores, Alabama when his van ran off the road and overturned. Those killed alongside him included his wife, Bettie, and a friend, Daniel Patton.

We at Bear Family have reissued one of Billy's rock 'n' roll recordings in our 'That'll Flat Git It' series, but we have also reissued all of his recordings complete from 1949-1965 on a 5-CD set, 'Cross The Brazos At Waco.'

Read more at: https://www.bear-family.com/walker-billy-cross-the-brazos-at-waco-6-cd.html
Copyright © Bear Family Records

 

 
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