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9 thoughts on “ Sixteen Tons - The Weavers - Greatest Hits (Vinyl, LP) ”

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  2. With seven Billboard Top 10 albums to their name, multiple platinum album certifications all over the world and a place in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, the legendary ZZ Top are officially the world's longest running rock band with its original line-up intact. Now after over 45 years together, the Texan trio are finally set to release their first official live album Live: Greatest Hits From.
  3. Barnes & Noble® has the best selection of Blues & Folk Folk Revival CDs. Buy The Weavers's album titled Greatest Hits to enjoy in your home or car, or gift it to another music lover!Price: $
  4. Tennessee Ernie Ford wasn’t the first to record ‘Sixteen Tons’, but he made it his signature song in , and the title track of an album released in Published on May 10,
  5. Shop Sixteen Tons Records at The Sound of Vinyl Now. Free U.S. Shipping on Orders over $ Exclusive Music, Collectibles, Gifts and More.
  6. Though named after Tennessee Ernie Ford's biggest hit, Sixteen Tons was released five years after the single was a hit. The large gap of time between the release of the single and album is inconsequential -- in essence, the album is a compilation of Ford's greatest hits of the '50s, containing not only the title track, but also "Mule Train," "The Cry of the Wild Goose," and Price: $
  7. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Presswell Pressing, Gatefold Vinyl release of Greatest Hits on Discogs. Label: Vanguard - VSD/16 • Format: 2x, Vinyl LP, Compilation, Stereo Presswell Pressing, Gatefold • Country: US • Genre: Folk, World, & Country • Style: Folk.
  8. "Sixteen Tons" is a song about a coal miner, based on life in coal mines in Muhlenberg County, Kentucky. It was written and first recorded by Merle Travis at the Radio Recorders Studio B in Hollywood, California on August 8, Cliffie Stone played bass on the recording. It was first released by Capitol on the album Folk Songs of the Hills (July ). The song became a gold .
  9. According to the book UK #1 Hits by Jon Kutner and Spencer Leigh, Tennessee Ernie Ford was so busy with a five-day-a-week daytime show that he fell behind with his recording commitments for Capitol Records. He recalled, "Capitol told me I'd be in breach of contract if I didn't record soon, but I was always thumbing through songbooks looking for music.

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