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The Carter Family - Breaking Tradition

The Carter Family - Breaking Tradition
  • Performer The Carter Family
  • Title Breaking Tradition
  • Date of release 1982
  • Country US
  • Style Bluegrass
  • Label Audiograph
  • Catalog number AG7783
  • Other formats Vinyl, LP, Album, Stereo
  • Genre Folk, World, Country
  • Size MP3 2331 mb
  • Size FLAC 2966 mb
  • Rating: 4.8
  • Votes: 348

Tracklist

1Gotta Move On
Composed By – David Carter Jones
2:46
2Maybe You're The One
Composed By – Danny Jones
3:06
3Woman's Touch
Composed By – H Levey
3:05
4Baby Ride Easy(Chuck The Chuckwagen)
Composed By – R. Dobson
5Will The Circle Be Unbroken
Composed By – A. P. Carter
3:51
6Yankee Don't Go Home
Composed By – B. Stone
3:04
7Maybelle
Composed By – D.Glaser
3:36
8Lovin Me On His Mind
Composed By – Helen Carter
9Jesus
3:28
10Will You Remember Me
Composed By – Kim Carnes
3:10
11Southern Cross
Vocals – The Carter Family
3:43
12The Moon Just Turned Blue
Composed By – John David Souther
2:26

Credits

Album

The Carter Family Presents WildFlower Vol. 1 - The Carter Family. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Listen full album. View all The Carter Family albums. Breaking Tradition. The Carter Family. 12 tracks. Released in Tradition is the twenty-ninth studio album released by country music artist Hank Williams, Jr. It was released in April 1979 by Curb Records, his third studio album for the label. Family Tradition was a significant success, both critically and commercially for Williams. It peaked at number 3 on the Billboard Top Country Albums chart, making it Williams' first Top 5 album since 1969's Live at Cobo Hall. Four of the ten tracks were released as singles, the first single being I Fought the Law. Will You Remember Me. Lorrie Davis Bennett of the Carter Family. Baby Ride Easy. Jan 01, 1982. Breaking Tradition from The Carter Family 1982 Vinyl. And other albums from The Carter Family are available on sale at Recordsale. The scan of the offered item is from us, but may not describe the actual product. The condition of the product results from the information in the product description, especially the classification according to the Goldmine Grading. Breaking Tradition Still Sealed. Last Sessions The Carter Family album. Last Sessions: Their Complete Victor Recordings 19341941 is a compilation of recordings made by American country music group the Carter Family, released in 1998. It is the final of nine compilations released by Rounder Records of the group's Victor recordings. The original Carter Family group consisting of Alvin Pleasant A. Delaney Carter, his wife Sara Dougherty Carter, and his sister-in-law Maybelle Addington Carter recorded many. Profil: American traditional folk music group, formed in 1927. Their music was hugely influential for bluegrass, country, folk, and rock musicians. The original group split up when A. Carter and Sara Carter left in 1944, but Maybelle Carter and her daughters continued performing as The Carter Sisters. In the 1960's, The Carter Sisters reclaimed the name The Carter Family. Genre: Folk, World, & Country Album: Breaking Tradition Country: US Released: 1982 Style: Bluegrass MP3 version RAR size: 1468 mb FLAC version RAR size: 1205 mb WMA version RAR size: 1642 mb Rating: 4. 1 Votes: 149 Other Formats: DTS ASF MPC AU VOX AIFF TTA. Features Song Lyrics for The Carter Family's Country: The American Tradition album. The Carter Family - Country: The American Tradition Album. Artist: The Carter Family. Album: Country: The American Tradition. No songs for Country: The American Tradition yet. embed . Get the embed code. The albums also a great example of how Parton values tradition, placing old themes and songs in modern settings. She updates Woody Guthries Deportee and does the same for country classics Detroit City and Dark As a Dungeon. On a synth-resplendent House of the Rising Sun, she tinkers with the lyrics so instead of it being about the ruin of many a poor boy, its sung from the point of view of the poor women who must work there. The autobiographical title track, written by John Schweers at the singers request, was hardly breaking news. Pride has been singing Hank Williams songs in concert for years