. His chart career began in the 1940s as he performed in his sparse, down-home style and continued through to 1960
. His chart career began in the 1940s as he performed in his sparse, down-home style and continued through to 1960
824046337223

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Format: CD
Label: ACBT
Rel. Date: 03/12/2021
UPC: 824046337223

Collection 1947-62
Artist: Jimmie Skinner
Format: CD
New: In Stock $18.00
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DISC: 1

1. On the Wrong Side of the Tracks
2. Let's Say Goodbye Like We Said Hello
3. Doin' My Time
4. Will You Be Satisfied That Way
5. Tennessee Border
6. You've Been a Little Careless
7. There Won't Be Much More Time
8. You're Going to Be on the Receiving End
9. Don't Give Your Heart to a Rambler
10. I'm Gonna Put You in My Pocket
11. Here's My Good-Bye to You
12. Yesterday's Winner Is a Loser Today
13. Jimmie's Yodel Blues (A Tribute to Jimmie Rodgers)
14. You Don't Know My Mind
15. If There Was No You
16. Dad Too, Is Lonely
17. It's My World
18. Running Out of Time
19. It's All the Same to Me
20. It's Bargain Day (In Broken Hearts)
21. Kentucky and You
22. 'Tis Sweet to Be Remembered
23. When the Book of Life Is Read
24. Women Beware (Of the Rambling Kind)
25. Dreaming My Weary Life Away
26. I Ain't Got Time
27. Singing Teacher in Heaven
28. Help Me to Find My Broken Heart
29. I've Got a Lot of Love, Baby
30. I'm Allergic to Your Kisses
31. What a Pleasure
32. My Broken Heart Is Startin' to Show
33. Don't Get Around Much Anymore
34. Blame the Right One
35. Beautiful
36. Steppin' Out on You
37. Dime a Dozen
38. Muddy Water Blues
39. Another Saturday Night
40. Born to Be Wild
41. Hafta Do Somethin' 'Bout That
42. I Found My Girl in the USA
43. What Makes a Man Wander
44. We've Got Things in Common
45. Where Do We Go from Here
46. Dark Hollow
47. Walking My Blues Away
48. John Wesley Hardin
49. Riverboat Gambler
50. Lonesome Road Blues
51. Reasons to Live
52. Careless Love
53. Hem of His Garment
54. Don't Let Love Get You Down
55. Big City
56. Hundred Proof Heartaches
57. One Dead Man Ago

More Info:

. His chart career began in the 1940s as he performed in his sparse, down-home style and continued through to 1960