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Various - The Gene Price Country Express download album

Various - The Gene Price Country Express download album
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Album:
The Gene Price Country Express
Style:
Country
Released:
1974
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1357 mb
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1829 mb
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1442 mb
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Program is set up like a radio show, with DJ Gene Price doing between-song talk breaks which include comedy bits (complete with character voices) and Army recruitment plugs.

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He was also a member of Merle Haggard's backing band The Strangers. Price is a musician and vocalist, in addition to being a songwriter. He was born in Shamrock, Texas His initial success was through his association with the "Bakersfield sound"

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A1 Johnny Rodriguez Ridin' My Thumb To Mexico
A2 Rex Allen, Jr.* The Great Mail Robbery
A3 Roy Clark Somewhere Between Love And Tomorrow
A4 Buck Owens Big Game Hunter
A5 Hank Williams, Jr.* The Last Love Song
A6 Donna Fargo The Happiest Girl In The Whole USA
A7 Jim Mundy The River's Too Wide
B1 Doyle Holly Lila
B2 Dottie West Country Sunshine
B3 Charlie Rich The Most Beautiful Girl
B4 Jean Sheppard* Come On, Phone
B5 Nat Stuckey Got Leaving On Her Mind
B6 Freddy Weller Ballad Of A Hill-Billy Singer
B7 Johnny Cash Pick The Wildwood Flower
C1 Hank Wilson Roll In My Sweet Baby's Arms
C2 Loretta Lynn Hey Loretta
Written-By [Uncredited] – Shel Silverstein
C3 Marty Robbins Love Me
C4 Connie Smith Ain't Love A Good Thing
C5 Bill Anderson All The Lonely Women In The World
C6 Johnny Russell The Baptism Of Jesse Taylor
C7 Billy Walker Too Many Memories
D1 Glen Campbell Wherefore And Why
D2 Lynn Anderson Sing About Love
D3 Tom T. Hall Old Dogs, Children, And Watermelon Wine
D4 Bobby Wright Lovin' Someone On My Mind
D5 Susan Raye When You Get Back From Nashville
D6 Bob Luman Still Loving You
D7 Charlie Pride* Amazin' Love

Notes

Title header appears on front cover as "Your Local U.S. Army Representative Presents" but appears on inside cover and center labels as "Today's Army Presents."

Program is set up like a radio show, with DJ Gene Price doing between-song talk breaks which include comedy bits (complete with character voices) and Army recruitment plugs.