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Sunday, November 7, 2021

When Tragedy Struck - Hank Snow


Little Buddy

When Tragedy Struck
Hank Snow
Produced by Chet Atkins
Recording Engineer: Bob Farris
Recorded in Nashville
RCA Victor LPM-1861

From the back cover: The artistry of Hank Snow has never been typed. He sings all kinds of songs, from ballads to multi-syllable up-tempo chants and lends his rich recitative tones to an occasional "reading".

In this album of songs of sorrow, Hank is assisted by the Rainbow Ranch Boys with vocal background by the Jorndanaires. The organ console accompaniment is played by Marvin Hughes, musical director of Station WSM, Nashville, Tennessee, where Hank originates his radio and television shows over the NBC network.

The Letter Edged In Black
Old Shep
The Prisoner's Prayer
The Drunkard's Child
Don't Make Me Go To Bed And I'll Be Good
The Convict And The Rose
Put My Little Shoes Away
Little Buddy
There's A Little Box Of Pine On The 7:29
Nobody's Child 
I'm Here To Get My Baby Out Of Jail

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