Ferlin Husky - Hit Singles Collection 1952-1962 Featuring Terry Preston & Simon Crum | RECORD STORE DAY

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Hit Singles Collection 1952-1962 Featuring Terry Preston & Simon Crum
Artist: Ferlin Husky
Format: CD

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Label: JSMR
Rel. Date: 01/22/2021
UPC: 604988376326

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DISC: 1

1. Time (As Terry Preston)
2. Hank's Song
3. A Dear John Letter (With Jean Shepard)
4. Forgive Me John (With Jean Shepard)
5. I Wouldn't Treat a Dog Like You're Treatin' Me
6. The Drunken Driver
7. I Feel Better All Over
8. Little Tom
9. Cuzz Yore So Sweet (As Simon Crum)
10. I'll Baby Sit with You
11. A Hillbilly's Deck of Cards (As Simon Crum)
12. Sinful Secret
13. Bop Cat Bop (As Simon Crum)
14. Gone
15. A Fallen Star
16. Prize Possession
17. This Moment of Love
18. What'cha Doin' After School
19. Wang Dang Doo
20. I Will
21. Country Music Is Here to Stay (As Simon Crum)
22. My Reason for Livin'
23. Draggin' the River
24. Black Sheep
25. Wings of a Dove
26. Enormity in Motion (As Simon Crum)
27. Willow Tree
28. The Waltz You Saved for Me
29. Somebody Save Me
30. Stand Up
31. It Was You

More Info:

The versatile, velvet-voiced FERLIN HUSKY pursued three separate singing careers. He is of course readily known as the smooth Country-Pop singer who topped the C&W charts with 'A Dear John Letter', 'Gone' and 'Wings Of A Dove', in a hit-studded career which yielded him fifty chart records between 1953-75But before that he was known as Honky-Tonk singer TERRY PRESTON, while during his "Glory Years" he would also frequently morph into Hillbilly hayseed SIMON CRUM, his hugely-popular alter-ego who would register hits of "his own", like 'Cuzz Yore So Sweet', 'A Hillbilly's Deck Of Cards' and 'Country Music Is Here To Stay'This 31-track set presents a unique career overview and includes all his early hits, as both Ferlin Husky and Simon Crum. A handful or so of these sides are impossible to find elsewhere on CD, making this a must-have for fans.