Country & Western – Golden Hits

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Country & Western – Golden Hits
Studio album by Connie Francis
Released November 1959
Recorded July 9 – 11, 1959
Genre Country
Label MGM Records
E-3795 (mono)/SE-3795 (stereo)
Producer Ray Ellis
Connie Francis chronology
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Country & Western – Golden Hits is a studio album recorded and released in 1959 by U. S. entertainer Connie Francis.

The album is a tribute to the great Country music stars of the era, such as Hank Williams and Don Gibson.

The album was re-packaged with a new cover design and re-released in March 1962.[1]

Track listing[edit]

Side A[edit]

# Title Songwriter Length Remark
1. "Singing The Blues" Melvin Endsley 2.18 -
2. "Tennessee Waltz" Redd Stewart, Pee Wee King 2.55 -
3. "Young Love" Rick Cartey, Carole Joyner 2.37 -
4. "Your Cheatin' Heart" Hank Williams 2.23 -
5. "Bye, Bye Love" Felice Bryant, Boudleaux Bryant 2.25 -
6a. "(There'll Be) Peace in the Valley (For Me)" Thomas A. Dorsey 3.37 stereo pressings only[2]
6b. "(There'll Be) Peace in the Valley (For Me)" Thomas A. Dorsey 2.52 edited version, on mono pressings only[3]

Side B[edit]

# Title Songwriter Length Remark
1. "My Special Angel" Jimmy Duncan 2.54 -
2. "Hearts of Stone" Rudy Jackson 1.57 -
3. "Half As Much" Curley Williams 2.49 -
4. "Cold, Cold Heart" Hank Williams 2.44 -
5. "Let Me Go, Lover" Jenny Lou Carson, Al Hill 2.37 -
6. "Anytime" Herbert "Happy" Larson 2.47 -

References[edit]

  1. ^ Connie Francis: Souvenirs, Booklet of 4-CD-Box, Polydor 1996, Cat.-No. 314 533 382-2
  2. ^ Ron Roberts: Connie Francis Discography 1955 – 1975
  3. ^ as above