Wade Ray And His Ozark Mountain Boys - Are You Fer It? / Walk Softly mp3 flac
Walk Softly first pressing or reissue. Complete your Wade Ray And His Ozark Mountain Boys collection. Deutsch English Español Français Italiano 日本語. All Versions. Wade Ray And His Ozark Mountain Boys – Are You Fer It?, Walk Softly. Label: RCA Victor – 20-4226.
A. Are You Fer It? Written-By – Cindy. B. Walk Softly Written-By –. Billy.
Wade Ray (April 13, 1913 in Evansville, Indiana – November 11, 1998 in Sparta, IL) was an American Western Swing fiddler and vocalist. His bands, the Wade Ray Five, Wade Ray And His Ozark Mountain Boys, et. included musicians such as Kenneth Carllile and Curly Chalker. He retired to Sparta, Illinois in 1979 where he died in 1998. Are You Fer It?" B "Walk Softly", Wade Ray And His Ozark Mountain Boys 1951.
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Wade Ray on the Cover of Idaho Red album. Background information. Let Me Go, Devil, first recorded on July 2, 1953 by Wade Ray, followed a few weeks later by Georgie Shaw, Johnny Bond and Tex Ritter. Wild Heart", written by Cindy Walker, B "Little Green Valley" RCA Victor 1957. Idaho Red", the first 'trucker song', 1953.
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|A||Are You Fer It?
Written-By – Cindy Walker
Written-By – Billy Isbell, R.G. Crownfield*
- Record Company – Radio Corporation Of America
|20-4226||Wade Ray And His Ozark Mountain Boys||Are You Fer It? / Walk Softly (Shellac, 10")||RCA Victor||20-4226||US||1951|
|20-4226||Wade Ray And His Ozark Mountain Boys||Are You Fer It? / Walk Softly (10", Promo)||RCA Victor||20-4226||US||1951|