Elton Britt - Someday: The Elton Britt Collection 1933-55 | RECORD STORE DAY

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Someday: The Elton Britt Collection 1933-55
Artist: Elton Britt
Format: CD


Rel. Date: 10/07/2022
UPC: 824046344429

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1. :I Like Mountain Music
2. Wait for the Wagon
3. By the Sleepy Rio Grande
4. When It's Harvest Time in Old New England
5. Listen to the Mocking Bird
6. Bring Your Roses to Your Mother
7. Dear Old Daddy
8. Heart in the Heart of Texas
9. Free Wheelin' Hobo
10. It's a Sin to Tell a Lie
11. In a Little Inn Way Out in Indiana
12. Gladiola Time
13. Isle of Capri
14. Red Sails in the Sunset
15. Just Because You're in Deep Elem
16. Driftwood on the River
17. Why Did You Leave Me Alone
18. They're Positively Wrong
19. Darlin', I've Loved Much Too Much
20. Will You Wait for Me, Little Darlin'
21. There's a Star Spangled Banner Waving Somewhere
22. I'm a Convict with Old Glory in My Heart
23. Someday
24. I'm All That's Left of That Old Quartette
25. Wave to Me My Lady
26. Blueberry Lane
27. Detour
28. Blue Texas Moonlight
29. Gotta Get Together with My Gal
30. I Get the Blues When It Rains
31. Born to Lose
32. Will the Angels Let Me Play?
33. Chime Bells
34. Put My Little Shoes Away
35. Beyond the Sunset
36. Candy Kisses
37. Maybe I'll Cry Over You
38. Tennessee Yodel Polka
39. Quicksilver
40. Mockin' Bird Hill
41. Let's Sail Away to Heaven
42. Cowpoke
43. Five Glasses on a Texas Bar
44. A Red, Red Rose
45. One for the Wonder
46. Side By Side
47. Broken Wings
48. On and on with You
49. Nuevo Laredo
50. One Way Ticket
51. I Almost Lost My Mind

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Elton Britt was a country singer, songwriter and guitarist who was born in 1913, and had a recording career which began in the early 1930s and spanned more than three decades, as he adapted his distinctive and effortless vocal style to the needs of the changing market