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Big Bad John was a single for Jimmy Dean back in 1961 from his album Big Bad John And Other Fabulous Songs And Tales.
The song was a #1 in the US and a #2 hit in the UK. The song did not chart in Canada for some reason.
Big Spike Hammer was never released as a single by Doc Watson.
It can be found on the 2013 album The Definitive Doc Watson.
For The Good Times ... info soon
I Need A Little Time Off For Bad Behaviour was released back in 1987 from his album "A Matter Of Life And Death".
If peaked out at #34 in the US.
I Saw The Light is of course an old Hank Williams tune. In 2005 Bill Anderson released his 40 favourite gospel album and this track was included there.
He never released this song as a single.
Jack Daniels If You Please was one of three singles from his 1978 album "Human Emotions".
The song reached #72 on the US country charts.
Looking For Love was Johnny Lee's first #1 hit back in 1980.
The song is from the album of the same name and was also featured in the movie Urban Cowboy starring John Travolta.
Meet Me In Montana was a duet with Marie Osmond back in 1985 and hit #1 in the US and #19 in Canada.
It's from the album Won't Be Blue Anymore.
My Old Yellow Car was a #9 hit for Dan Seals in both the US and Canada when it was released in 1984.
The track can be found on the album San Antone.
The Ride is a great story about David Allan Coe the ride hitchhiking and being picked up by Hank Williams Sr. The song is from his 1983 album "Castles In The Sand" and reached #4 in the US and #2 in Canada. The album version leaves off the final spoken verse compared to the single release. Hank Williams Jr recorded this song before David Allan Coe and Tim McGraw also has a version.
Tennessee Stud was an old number going all the way back to 1959.
The song ended up on a 2003 album of the same name but was never released by Doc Watson as a single.
Waitin For A Train ... info soon
Walk On Boy was actually a B-side to the single PT-109, which went to #1 for Jimmy Dean in 1962.
Sources indicate this song is from the 1962 album Portrait Of Jimmy Dean, but there is no ref on the album jacket that Walk On Boy was on this album.
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