Ernest Tubb Record Shop

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Ernest Tubb Record Shop
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Studio album by Ernest Tubb
Released 1960
Recorded 1960 at Bradley Film & Recording Studio, Nashville, Tennessee
Genre Country, honky tonk
Label Decca
Producer Owen Bradley
Ernest Tubb chronology
The Ernest Tubb Story
(1959)
Ernest Tubb Record Shop
(1960)
Ernest Tubb and His Texas Troubadours
(1960)

Ernest Tubb Record Shop is an album by American country singer Ernest Tubb, released in 1960 (see 1960 in music). It is named after Tubb's record shop in Nashville.

Reception[edit]

Ernest Tubb Record Shop, Nashville, Tennessee
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
AllMusic 3/5 stars[1]

In his AllMusic review, Eugene Chadbourne wrote of the album "There are records by this artist that are a bit more inspired and feature even better instrumental lineups. But this one really should satisfy any kind of fan of country music..."[1]

Ernest Tubb Record Shop has been located at 417 Broadway in Nashville, since 1947. Other locations include a Music Valley location in Nashville, Pigeon Forge, Tennessee, and Fort Worth, Texas.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Do It Now" (Jimmie Dallas)
  2. "He'll Have to Go" (Joe Allison, Audrey Allison)
  3. "Mister Blues" (Jack Toombs)
  4. "You Win Again" (Hank Williams)
  5. "I Believe I'm Entitled to You" (Mel Foree, Cliff Carlisle, Chester Rice)
  6. "Who Will Buy the Wine?" (Billy Mize)
  7. "White Silver Sands" (Charles G. Matthews, Gladys Reinhardt)
  8. "Am I That Easy to Forget?" (Carl Belew, W. S. Stevenson)
  9. "A Guy Named Joe" (Harlan Howard)
  10. "Kind of Love She Gave to Me" (Mae Boren Axton, Glenn Reeves)
  11. "Pick Me Up on Your Way Down" (Harlan Howard)
  12. "Why I'm Walkin'" (Melvin Endsley, Stonewall Jackson)

Personnel[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Chadbourne, Eugene. "Ernest Tubb Record Shop > Review". AllMusic. Retrieved July 9, 2011.