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Porter Wagoner - Greatest Hits [Pair] flac mp3
Performer:
Porter Wagoner
Album:
Greatest Hits [Pair]
Style:
Country-Pop,Nashville Sound/Countrypolitan,Traditional Country
Date of release:
August 22, 1995
Duration:
46:36
FLAC vers. size:
1894 mb
MP3 vers. size:
1388 mb
WMA vers. size:
1672 mb
Other formats
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Rating:
4.4 ★
Votes:
778

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Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Company's Comin' John Mullins Porter Wagoner 2:40
2 A Satisfied Mind Tony Arata / Joe Hayes / Jack Rhodes Porter Wagoner 1:53
3 Eat, Drink and Be Merry (For Tomorrow You'll Cry) Celia Ferguson / Sandra Ferguson Porter Wagoner 2:22
4 What Would You Do (If Jesus Came to Your House) Hugh Ashley / Lois Blanchard Porter Wagoner 2:45
5 Your Old Love Letters Johnny Bond Porter Wagoner 2:10
6 Tryin' to Forget the Blues Boudleaux Bryant Porter Wagoner 2:00
7 I Thought I Heard You Call My Name Lee Emerson Porter Wagoner 2:35
8 Misery Loves Company Jerry Reed Porter Wagoner 2:43
9 Cold Dark Waters Don Owens Porter Wagoner 2:26
10 The Cold Hard Facts of Life Bill Anderson Porter Wagoner 3:10
11 Sorrow on the Rocks Tony Moon Porter Wagoner 2:00
12 Green, Green Grass of Home Curly Putman Porter Wagoner 2:21
13 Skid Row Joe Freddie Hart Porter Wagoner 2:55
14 I've Enjoyed as Much of This as I Can Stand Bill Anderson Porter Wagoner 2:37
15 The Carroll County Accident Bob Ferguson Porter Wagoner 2:47
16 Big Wind George W. McCormick / Wayne Walker / Alex Zanetis Porter Wagoner 2:15
17 The Rubber Room Porter Wagoner Porter Wagoner
18 What Ain't to Be, Just Might Happen Porter Wagoner Porter Wagoner 2:10
19 A World Without Music Porter Wagoner Porter Wagoner 2:53
20 Carolina Moonshiner Tim Lewis / Bob Richardson Porter Wagoner 1:54

Credits

Bill Anderson - Composer
Tony Arata - Composer
Hugh Ashley - Composer
Lois Blanchard - Composer
Johnny Bond - Composer
Boudleaux Bryant - Composer
Lee Emerson - Composer
Bob Ferguson - Composer
Celia Ferguson - Composer
Sandra Ferguson - Composer
Freddie Hart - Composer
Joe Hayes - Composer
Rich Kienzel - Liner Notes
Tim Lewis - Composer
George W. McCormick - Composer
Tony Moon - Composer
John Mullins - Composer
Don Owens - Composer
Curly Putman - Composer
Jerry Reed - Composer
Jack Rhodes - Composer
Bob Richardson - Composer
Porter Wagoner - Composer, Primary Artist, Vocals
Wayne Walker - Composer
Alex Zanetis - Composer