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Merle Haggard - Poet Of The Common Man mp3

Merle Haggard - Poet Of The Common Man mp3

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Performer: Merle Haggard
Title: Poet Of The Common Man
Country: Europe
Released: 2003
Style: Country
Category: Folk
Rating: 4.9
Catalog #: 8523
Label: Planet Song


1When Times Were Good And You Were Mine
2Kern River
3Honky Tonk Night Time Man
4If I Could Only Fly
5Ida Red
6Back To The Barroms
7Mama Tried
8Running Kind
9Tennessee Hustler
10Workin' Man Blues
11Oakie From Muskogee
Harmony Vocals – Johnny Paycheck, Willie Nelson
12Hungry Eyes
13Always Late
14I Think I'll Stay Here And Drink
Harmony Vocals – Johnny Paycheck, Willie Nelson
15Misery And Gin
17That Was Country Time
18Sing Me Back Home
Harmony Vocals – Willie Nelson
19The Moment I Lost You
20This Morning, This Evening, So Soon
21Our Path May Never Cross
22Maidens Prayer (Special Medley Of Hoedowns)
23Bill Cheatum
24The Fighting' Side Of Me
25Chill Factor
26Faded Love
Harmony Vocals – Bonnie Owens
27Little Liza Jane
29I Started Loving You Again


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Merle Ronald Haggard April 6, 1937 April 6, 2016 was an American country singer, songwriter, guitarist, and fiddler. Haggard was born in Oildale, California, during the Great Depression. His childhood was troubled after the death of his father, and he was incarcerated several times in his youth. After being released from San Quentin State Prison in 1960, he managed to turn his life around and launch a successful country music career. He gained popularity with his songs about the working class that. Simon & Garfunkel - Full Concert - 110693 - Shoreline Amphitheatre OFFICIAL - Продолжительность: 34:58 Folk & Country on MV Recommended for you. Working Man's Poet: A Tribute To Merle Haggard. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Luke Bryan and Dierks Bentley do a melodramatic arena-rock version of Pancho and Lefty, and Garth Brooks Tonight the Bottle Let Me Down and Randy Houser Ramblin' Fever fare better playing it safe. Merle's son Ben delivers Mama Tried and Sing Me Back H. Branded Man. Merle Haggard & The Strangers. Merle Haggard - The Best Of The Capitol Years. Merle Haggard. I'm A Lonesome Fugitive Branded Man. Merle Haggard Presents His 30th Album. Today was his 79th birthday. He was paroled in 1960 and released his debut album, Strangers, on Capitol Records in 1965. Strangers helped Haggard win the award for Most Promising Male Vocalist at the inaugural Academy of Country Music Awards ceremony in 1966. A prolific songwriter, Haggard went on to release 47 studio albums and reach 1 on the Billboard charts with 38 singles. Merle Haggard, the Grammy Award-winning singer whose autobiographical prison songs and populist political anthems, notably Mama Tried and Okie From Muskogee, made him one of country musics most formidable and celebrated entertainers, died April 6 at his home in Palo Cedro, Calif. He died on his 79th birthday. The cause was complications from pneumonia, said his manager, Frank Mull. Haggard was widely regarded as one of the most moving singers in the country genre. John Rumble, senior historian for the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum, called him country musics greatest songwrit. Merle Haggard, one of the most successful singers in the history of country music, a contrarian populist whose songs about his scuffling early life and his time in prison made him the closest thing that the genre had to a real-life outlaw hero, died at his ranch in Northern California on Wednesday, his 79th birthday. His death was confirmed by his agent, Lance Roberts. The other man proceeded with the escape without Mr. Haggard and managed to elude capture until he was caught after fatally shooting a state trooper. Convicted of murder, the man was sent to the gas chamber at San Quentin, and Mr. Haggard wrote a song for him, the death-row ballad Sing Me Back Home. Merle Haggard composed the soundtrack of a generation of displaced Okies, Arkies and Texans - the rootlessness, the poverty, the field work - but he did it with such towering artistry that the Oildale native, the son of a railroad man and God-fearing mother, belonged not just to Bakersfield but the world. The poet of the common man died at 9:20 a. Wednesday - his 79th birthday - on his tour bus at his home near Redding surrounded by family, according to Fuzzy Owen, his manager of 54 years, who was with the singer when he died. The cause was pneumonia, which hed been battling since December