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Collection 1953-61
Artist: Jim Lowe
Format: CD


Label: ACBT
Rel. Date: 01/15/2021
UPC: 824046336622

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1. Gambler's Guitar
2. The Martins and the Coys
3. Go and Leave Me
4. Pretty Fickle Darling
5. Santa Claus Rides a Strawberry Roan
6. Look in Both Directions
7. River Boat
8. Goodbye Little Sweetheart
9. Prince of Peace
10. The Golden Goose Is Dead
11. Lighthouse
12. Goodbye Mr. River
13. Close the Door
14. Nuevo Laredo
15. Maybellene
16. Rene la Rue
17. John Jacob Jingleheimer Smith
18. St. James Avenue
19. Blue Suede Shoes
20. Love Is (The $64,000 Question)
21. The Green Door
22. (The Story of) the Little Man in Chinatown
23. I Feel the Beat
24. By You, By You, By You
25. Four Walls
26. Talkin' to the Blues
27. From a Jack to a King
28. Slow Train
29. The Bright Light
30. Rock-A-Chicka
31. Rainbow
32. Love Ya
33. The Crossing
34. Honky Tonk Rock
35. The Hucklebuck
36. A Little Street Where Old Friends Meet
37. Never Talk to a Talking Dog
38. Piano Roll Pete
39. A Personal Friend of Mine
40. Nobody's Sweetheart
41. (Here I Am) Broken Hearted
42. The Man with the Two Left Hands
43. Ballin' the Jack
44. Oh-Oh-Baby!
45. The Lady from Johannesburg
46. Kewpie Doll
47. Take Us to Your President
48. Later on Tonight
49. Chapel Bells on Chapel Hill
50. Ja Ja Ja (The Deutsche Rock and Roll)
51. Play Number Theven
52. Come Away from His Arms
53. Without You
54. I'm Movin' on
55. He'll Have to Go
56. Dress Rehearsal
57. The Midnight Ride of Paul Revere
58. That Do Make It Nice

More Info:

Jim Lowe was a disc jockey, singer and songwriter from Springfield, Missouri, who achieved a career highlight in 1956 with the US No. 1 and UK No. 8 "The Green Door", one of the memorable early hits of the rock 'n' roll era.