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Released on 29/08/11. Skeeter Davis became one of Country musics most
consistent hit makers of the 1960s and, via the worldwide success of her
career song The End Of The World, one of its first big crossover
artists.One of the first women to achieve major stardom in the
country music field as a solo vocalist, she was an acknowledged
influence on Tammy Wynette and Dolly Parton and was hailed as an
“extraordinary country/pop singer” by The New York TimesThis CD
brings together just about all of her big pop and country hits from 1958
to 1972, many of them coming to UK CD for the first time. It a tribute
to her talent that has long been overdue

Weight 200 kg


Lost to A Geisha Girl / Set Him Free / Homebreaker / Am I That Easy To Forget? / My Last Date (With You) / Optimistic / Where I Ought To Be / The Little Music Box / The End Of The World / I'm Saving My Love / I Can't Stay Mad At You / He Says The Same Things To Me / Gonna Get Along Without You Know / Let Me Get Close To You / What Am I Gonna Do With You / A Dear John Letter (With Bobby Bare) / Sunglasses / Goin' Down The Road (Feelin' Bad) / Fuel To The Flame / What Does It Take (To Keep A Man Like You Satisfied) / I'm A Lover (Not A Fighter) / Bus Fare To Kentucky / One Tin Soldier


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