Tracklist

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CD 1
# Title Artist Rating Length
1 Bye Bye Love The Everly Brothers 2:17
2 Detroit City Bobby Bare 5 2:48
3 Oh Lonesome Me Don Gibson 2:29
4 Funny How Time Slips Away Willie Nelson 2:36
5 I Fall to Pieces Patsy Cline 2:47
6 Make the World Go Away Eddy Arnold 5 2:37
7 Flowers on the Wall The Statler Brothers 2:18
8 Sixteen Tons Tennessee Ernie Ford 5 2:34
9 From a Jack to a King Ned Miller 2:06
10 There Goes My Everything Jack Greene 2:33
11 The End of the World Skeeter Davis 3.5 2:33
12 Crazy Arms Ray Price 2:29
13 I Walk the Line Johnny Cash 4.35 2:41
14 The Battle of New Orleans Johnny Horton 5 2:32
15 Abilene George Hamilton IV 2:10
16 Honeycomb Jimmie Rodgers 4 2:14
17 Almost Persuaded David Houston 2:57
18 She Thinks I Still Care George Jones 2:47
19 I’m Sorry Brenda Lee 2:40
20 The Three Bells The Browns 2:47
CD 2
# Title Artist Rating Length
1 San Antonio Rose Floyd Cramer 2:21
2 Wolverton Mountain Claude King 2:58
3 Green, Green Grass of Home Porter Wagoner 2:23
4 Wings of a Dove Ferlin Husky 4 2:18
5 Hello Walls Faron Young 2:25
6 Makin’ Believe Kitty Wells 2:53
7 He’ll Have to Go Jim Reeves 2:19
8 You Don’t Know Me Eddy Arnold 2:46
9 El Paso Marty Robbins 4:21
10 Six Days on the Road Dave Dudley 2:14
11 A Fallen Star Jimmy C. Newman 2:13
12 I Can’t Stop Loving You Don Gibson 2:39
13 Four Walls Jim Reeves 2:51
14 Fraulein Bobby Helms 2:52
15 This Ole House Stuart Hamblen 2:57
16 You Win Again Jerry Lee Lewis 2:56
17 Still Bill Anderson 2:48
18 Saginaw, Michigan Lefty Frizzell 3:04
19 Please Help Me, I’m Falling Hank Locklin 2:23
20 King of the Road Roger Miller 4.65 2:28

Credits

CD 1

recorded in:
Hollywood, Los Angeles, California, United States (1955-09-20) (track 8)
acoustic guitar:
Johnny Cash (country music legend) (1956-04-02) (track 13)
double bass:
Marshall Grant (1956-04-02) (track 13)
electric guitar:
Luther Perkins (1956-04-02) (track 13)
composer:
Hank Cochran (Nashville singer and songwriter) (track 6)
Lew DeWitt (track 7)
Jimmy Driftwood (tracks 14, 14)
Don Gibson (track 3)
Willie Nelson (track 4)
Merle Travis (track 8)
Bob Merrill (songwriter, and lyricist of the hit musical Funny Girl) (1954) (track 16)
John R. Cash (country music legend) (1956) (track 13)
Arthur Kent (track 11)
conductor:
Jack Fascinato (1955-09-20) (track 8)
engineer:
Bill Porter (engineer) (track 11)
lead vocals:
“Tennessee” Ernie Ford (1955-09-20) (track 8)
lyricist:
Hank Cochran (Nashville singer and songwriter) (track 6)
Lew DeWitt (track 7)
Sylvia Dee (track 11)
Jimmy Driftwood (tracks 14, 14)
Don Gibson (track 3)
Willie Nelson (track 4)
Merle Travis (track 8)
Bob Merrill (songwriter, and lyricist of the hit musical Funny Girl) (1954) (track 16)
John R. Cash (country music legend) (1956) (track 13)
producer:
Chet Atkins (tracks 2, 11)
Bob Johnston (American record producer) (track 13)
Sam Phillips (Producer at Sun Records) (track 13)
vocals:
Skeeter Davis (track 11)
Johnny Cash (country music legend) (1956-04-02) (track 13)
writer:
Dub Albritton (track 19)
Lester Brown (track 15)
Boudleaux Bryant (track 1)
Felice Bryant (track 1)
Bob Gibson (folk singer) (track 15)
Danny Hill (track 2)
John D. Loudermilk (track 15)
Ronnie Self (track 19)
Albert Stanton (pseudonym for Al Brackman) (track 15)
Mel Tillis (track 2)
phonographic copyright by:
Sun Entertainment Corporation (1956) (track 13)
Sun Record Company (1956) (track 13)
Bacci Bros Records (2010) (track 8)
Lucky Vintage (2014) (track 8)
publisher:
Aberbach (London) (Publisher) (track 13)
Acuff-Rose (track 3)
Hill & Range (track 13)
Hill and Range Southwind Mus S A (BMI-affiliated) (track 13)
House of Bryant Publications (publisher; do NOT use as release label) (track 1)
House of Cash, Inc. (BMI-affiliated, publisher for works of Johnny Cash) (track 13)
Music Sales Corporation (American copyright holder in both popular and classical music) (track 11)
Sony/ATV Songs LLC (tracks 4, 6)
Sony/ATV Tree Publishing (1963) (track 6)
part of:
Dave Marsh: The Best of the Top 40 Singles: 1955 (number: 12) (order: 12) (track 8)
Grammy Award: Song of the Year nominees (number: 1960 winner) (order: 2) (tracks 14, 14)
arrangements:
Wer Kennt Den Weg (translated) (track 13)
cover recording of:
Sixteen Tons (1955-09-20) (track 8)
Honeycomb (1957) (track 16)
is based on:
The 8th of January (tracks 14, 14)
is the basis for:
Oh ! Quelle nuit (track 3)
Seize tonnes (track 8)
later parody versions:
I Cross the Line (track 13)
I Walk The Line #3 (track 13)
Sixteen Tons (Parody) (track 8)
The Battle of Kookamonga (tracks 14, 14)
The Cats of Cash (track 13)
later translated versions:
Bye Bye Love (track 1)
Fait pour durer (track 11)
Jou blijf ik trouw (track 13)
Oh, doe dat niet! (track 3)
Ptačí nářečí (track 3)
Sie hieß Mary Ann (track 8)
Vergeef me (track 19)
Waterloo (tracks 14, 14)
Wo bleib i? (track 3)
Yölinjalla (track 13)
Zestien ton (track 8)
Ô pauvre amour (track 3)
冬戀 (track 11)
后会无期 (track 11)
靜心等 (track 8)
later versions:
Detroit City (German version) (track 2)
Solitario (track 3)
recording of:
Bye Bye Love (track 1)
I’m Sorry (Brenda Lee song, 1960) (track 19)
Oh Lonesome Me (track 3)
I Walk the Line (1956-04-02) (track 13)
The Battle of New Orleans (1960) (track 14)
The End of the World (1962) (track 11)
Abilene (1963) (track 15)
Detroit City (1963-04-18) (track 2)
Funny How Time Slips Away (1972) (track 4)
referred to in medleys:
12/8 Medley (That’ll be the Day musical) (order: 1) (track 11)
Oldies Medley (Carpenters in Japan) (order: 2) (track 11)

CD 2

composer:
Bob Ferguson (track 4)
Don Gibson (track 12)
Stuart Hamblen (track 15)
James Joiner (track 11)
Marty Robbins (track 9)
Hank Williams (country music legend) (track 16)
George Campbell (track 13)
Marvin Moore (songwriter, best known for "Four Walls" and "The Green Door") (track 13)
Roger Miller (US singer/songwriter/actor, “King of the Road”) (1964) (track 20)
lyricist:
Bob Ferguson (track 4)
Don Gibson (track 12)
Stuart Hamblen (track 15)
James Joiner (track 11)
Roger Miller (US singer/songwriter/actor, “King of the Road”) (track 20)
Marty Robbins (track 9)
Hank Williams (country music legend) (track 16)
vocals:
Roger Miller (US singer/songwriter/actor, “King of the Road”) (1964-11) (track 20)
writer:
Audrey Allison (track 7)
Joe Allison (track 7)
phonographic copyright by:
Smash (1965) (track 20)
publisher:
Acuff Rose Music (track 12)
Acuff-Rose (track 12)
Central Songs (track 7)
Fort Knox Music Co (track 4)
Larrick Music Co. (track 4)
Tree Music (track 3)
Warner/Chappell North America Limited (formerly incorporated as Marmalade Music Ltd., from 1968/09/19–1999/11/09) (track 9)
cover recording of:
You Win Again (track 16)
Green, Green Grass of Home (1965) (track 3)
is the basis for:
Telefon (track 7)
later parody versions:
Queen of the House (track 20)
later translated parody versions:
King of the Road (Wise Guys parody version) (track 20)
later translated versions:
C’était plus fort que tout (I Can’t Stop Loving You) (track 12)
Er soi iaz geh' (track 7)
Jamás te olvidaré (I Can’t Stop Loving You) (track 12)
King of the Road (track 20)
King onderweg (track 20)
Niin yksin oon (track 7)
On est les rois (track 20)
Tussen vier muren (track 13)
Yr Hen Dŷ (track 15)
橫直線 (track 4)
later versions:
Alltid på väg (track 20)
Ich bin bei dir (track 7)
Min idol (track 15)
recording of:
This Ole House (track 15)
A Fallen Star (1957) (track 11)
Four Walls (1957) (track 13)
El Paso (1959) (track 9)
He’ll Have to Go (1959) (track 7)
On the Wings of a Dove (1960) (track 4)
I Can’t Stop Lovin’ You (1963) (track 12)
King of the Road (1964-11) (track 20)
referred to in medleys:
A Portrait of Ray Charles (brass band) (track 12)
Blackboard Jumble (order: 3) (track 15)