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Looking Back: Very Best Of Goldie Hill - Singles
Artist: Goldie Hill
Format: CD


Rel. Date: 11/11/2022
UPC: 604988378726

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1. Why Talk to My Heart
2. I Let the Stars Get in My Eyes
3. I'm Yvonne (Of the Bayou)
4. My Love Is Aflame (You Are to Blame)
5. Let Me Be the One
6. Liquor and Women
7. Make Love to Me
8. Looking Back to See (With Justin Tubb)
9. Cry Cry Darling
10. Treat Me Kind
11. Sure Fire Kisses (With Justin Tubb)
12. Ko Ko Mo (I Love You So) (With Red Sovine)
13. Are You Mine (With Red Sovine)
14. Ain't Gonna Wash My Face (For a Month)
15. Second Chance
16. Sample My Kissin'
17. Footsteps
18. A Wasted Love Affair
19. It's Only a Matter of Time
20. Yankee, Go Home (Featuring Red Sovine)
21. Honky Tonk Music
22. Twice As Blue
23. Living Alone
24. Your Love Came Into My Heart
25. Born to Lose
26. Love Love Love
27. Loved and Lost
28. Lonely Heartaches
29. Live for Tomorrow
30. Many Lies Ago
31. Door Step to Heaven
32. Little Boy Blue

More Info:

In the early 1950s, Goldie Hill - a Webb Pierce discovery, known as "The Golden Hillbilly" - was a member of the Grand Ole Opry, the Louisiana Hayride and the Ozark Jubilee, and became one of the very first girl singers in the Country market to enjoy significant record success. Indeed, she was only the second female artiste to top the C&W charts, with 'I Let The Stars Get In My Eyes', the answer disc to the Slim Willet/Skeets McDonald/Perry Como #1. Goldie also famously cut successful duets with Justin Tubb ('Looking Back', 'Sure Fire Kisses') and Red Sovine ('Are You Mine', 'Yankee Go Home') She recorded prolifically for Decca Records, cutting some thirty-odd singles, a handful of EPs, and a half-dozen LPs; this compilation is drawn from her singles releases between 1952-62 and includes all her significant hits. This set is complementary to an earlier Jasmine release, The Golden Hillbilly (JASMCD3669), which comprised her first two LPs.