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Stonewall Jackson’s breakthrough in the country Top 40 came in late 1958, with a song written by George Jones, ‘Life to Go’. It peaked at #2 in early 1959 and his follow-up record, ‘Waterloo’, was #1 for five weeks and crossed over into the Top 40 of the Billboard Hot 100 chart, where it reached #4. The track also reached #24 in the UK Singles Chart in July 1959. It sold over one million copies, and was awarded a gold disc. His next #1 hit came in 1964, with ‘B.J. the D.J.’ and in 1963, Jackson was the first artist to record a live album from the Grand Ole Opry with Old Showboat.

From 1958 to 1971, Jackson had 35 Top 40 country hits and along with Ray Price, is considered a cornerstone, after Hank Williams and Lefty Frizzell, of the hard-driving honky tonk sound in the late 1950s and early 1960s.

Weight 200 kg


Disc 1- Life To Go / Waterloo / Smoke Along The Track (Album Version) / Mary Don't You Weep / Why I'm Walkin' (Album Version) / Life Of A Poor Boy (Album Version) / A Little Guy Called Joe / Greener Pastures / Hungry For Love (Album Version / A Wound Time Can't Erase / Second Choice (Album version) / One Look At Heaven (Album Version) / Leona (Album Version) / Can't Hang Up The Phone (Album Version) / Old Showboat / Wild Wild Wind (Album Version) / B.J. THE D.J. / Not My Kind Of People (Album Version) / Don't Be Angry / I Washed My Hands In Muddy Water

Disc 2- Trouble And Me (Album Version) / Lost In The Shuffle (Album Version) / Poor Red Georgia Dirt / If This House Could Talk / The Minute Men (Are Turning In Their Graves) (Album Version) / Blues Plus Booze (Means I Lose) (Album Version) / Help Stamp Out Loneliness / Promises And Hearts (Were Made To Break) (Album Version) / This World Holds Nothing (Since You're Gone) / Nothing Takes The Place Of Loving You / I Believe In Love / Angry Words (Album Version) / Somebody's Always Leaving (Album Version) / "Never More" Quote The Raven / Ship In A Bottle / Better Days For Mama / Born That Way / I'm Not Strong Enough (To Build Another Dream) / Me And You And A Dog Named Boo (Album Version) / Torn From The Pages Of Life


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