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The End of the World. Sylvia Dee, Arthur Kent.

Опубликовано: 6 июл. 2013 г. Superb LP from 1966. Various Country Artists.

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The Grand Ole Opry is a weekly country music concert show in Nashville, Tennessee which began as a radio barn dance on November 28, 1925 by George D. Hay and has since became one of the genre's most enduring and revered stages. Each show consists of multiple guest artists as well as Opry members, who are selected by Opry management based on several factors including critical and commercial success, respect for the history of country music and commitment to appearing on the program

Vinyl, Double LP, Original recording, 1974. Golden Greats of the Grand Ole Opry, Various.

A1. Railroadin' And Gamblin'. A2. San Antonio Rose. C3. Various - I Can't Stop Loving You mp3. C4. Various - Trouble In The Amen Corner mp3. C5. Various - The End Of The World mp3. C6. Various - Early Morning Rain mp3. C7. Various - Send Me The Pillow You Dream On mp3. C8. Various - Young Love (Part 1) mp3.

Artist of the Grand Ole Opry perform their best comedy bits Homer and Jethro, Brother Oswald, Lonzo and Oscar & Cousin Jody are the acts on this album. Old Postcard, NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE, GRAND OLD OPRY. VARIOUS: Saturday Night Grand Ole Opry LP (old re) Country.

The album included the following session artists: A&R, Coordinator. Ska Tour Winter Version.

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Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 Uncle Dave Macon Railroadin' And Gamblin' 2:38
A2 Pee Wee King And His Band* Featuring Redd Stewart And The Trio San Antonio Rose
Written-By – Wills*
A3 Bill Monroe Orange Blossom Special
Written-By – Rouse*
A4 Minnie Pearl Jealous Hearted Me
Written-By – The Carter Family
A5 Eddy Arnold Anytime
Written-By – Lawson*
A6 Lester Flatt Father's Table Grace
Written-By – Sewell*, Jones*
A7 Lonzo & Oscar I'm My Own Grandpa
Written-By – Latham*, Jaffe*
B1 Chet Atkins Yakety Axe
Written-By – Randolph*, Rich*
B2 Hank Snow I Don't Hurt Anymore
Written-By – Robertson*, Rollins*
B3 The Carter Family I'm Thinking Tonight Of My Blue Eyes
Written-By – Carter*
B4 Del Wood Down Yonder
Written-By – Gilbert*
B5 Martha Carson Satisfied
Written-By – Carson*
B6 Johnnie & Jack* Ashes Of Love
Written-By – Jack Anglin, Jim Anglin, Wright*
B7 Grandpa Jones Old Blue 2:30
B8 Kitty Wells How Far Is Heaven
Written-By – Davis*, Franks*
C1 Jim Reeves Four Walls
Written-By – Campbell*, Moore*
C2 Porter Wagoner The Carroll County Accident
Written-By – Ferguson*
C3 Don Gibson I Can't Stop Loving You
Written-By – Gibson*
C4 Archie Campbell Trouble In The Amen Corner
Written-By – Campbell*
C5 Skeeter Davis The End Of The World
Written-By – Kent*, Dee*
C6 George Hamilton IV Early Morning Rain
Written-By – Lightfoot*
C7 Hank Locklin Send Me The Pillow You Dream On
Written-By – Locklin*
C8 Sonny James Young Love
Written-By – Joyner*, Cartey*
D1 Jim Ed Brown Morning
Written-By – Graham*
D2 The Browns The Three Bells (Les Trois Cloches)
Written-By – Reisfeld*, Villard*
D3 Dottie West Country Girl
Written-By – West*, Lane*
D4 Bobby Bare Four Strong Winds
Written-By – Tyson*
D5 Brenton Banks Ribbon Of Darkness
Written-By – Lightfoot*
D6 Dolly Parton Mule Skinner Blues (Blue Yodel No. 8)
Written-By – Vaughn*, Rodgers*
D7 Jeanne Pruett Just A Little After Heartaches
Written-By – Glaser*

Companies, etc.

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – RCA Corporation
  • Copyright (c) – RCA Records
  • Designed At – Pinwheel Studios


  • A&R, Coordinator [A&R Co-ordinator] – Roy Dea
  • Engineer, Remastered By [Remastering Engineer] – Bill Vandervort
  • Narrator [Narration By] – Grant Turner
  • Photography By – Les Leverett
  • Technician, Remastered By [Remastering Technician] – Mike Shockley


Nearly identical sleeve printed in the U.K.; U.S. sponsor was Martha White Foods, who included a swatch of their stage backdrop adhered to the paper booklet, "History of the Artists", attached to the gatefold (see image of swatch).

RCA CPL2 0466 orange label, dynaflex, "Made in U.S.A.".

From right gatefold:
"Biography information furnished by The Country Music Association. Special thanks to Bob Tubert. This album prepared with permission and assistance from WSM, Inc., and The Grand Ole Opry."

Tracks A1 to A4, A7, B3 to B8, and C8 are original monophonic recordings. All other tracks are stereo.

All tracks have been remastered to include applause and the narrator's banter between songs is intended to give the illusion that this is a live performance.

Autocoupled (A/D, B/C)

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Scribed, Side A): CPL2-0466-A-5S
  • Matrix / Runout (Stamper, Side B): CPL2--0466-B-5S
  • Matrix / Runout (Stamper With Hand-Etched Edits, Side C): C[scribbled-out and x'd out 7]PL[scribbled out number]2-0466-C-5S
  • Matrix / Runout (Stamper, Side D): CPL2-0466-D-5S

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
CPL2-0466 Various Stars Of The Grand Ole Opry 1926-1974 ‎(2xLP, Comp, Gat) RCA Victor CPL2-0466 UK 1974
CPL2-0466 Various Stars Of The Grand Ole Opry 1926-1974 ‎(2xLP, Comp, Gat) RCA Victor CPL2-0466 US 1974
CPL2-0466 Various Stars Of The Grand Ole Opry 1926-1974 ‎(2xLP, Comp, Tan) RCA Victor CPL2-0466 US 1974
CPL2-0466 Various Stars Of The Grand Ole Opry 1926-1974 ‎(2xLP, Comp, RE, Bla) RCA Victor CPL2-0466 US Unknown
CPL2-0466 Various Stars Of The Grand Ole Opry 1926-1974 ‎(2xLP, Comp, Tan) RCA Victor CPL2-0466 US 1974

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 Railroadin' and Gambiln'*
Performer – Uncle Dave Macon
A2 San Antonio Rose*
Performer – Pee Wee King & His Band, Redd Stewart
A3 Orange Blossom Special*
Performer – Bill Monroe
A4 Jealous Hearted Me*
Performer – Minnie Pearl
A5 Anytime
Performer – Eddy Arnold
A6 Father's Table Grace
Performer – Lester Flatt
A7 I'm My Own Grandpa*
Performer – Lonzo & Oscar
A9 Morning
Performer – Jim Ed Brown
A10 The Three Bells (Les Trois Cloches)
Performer – The Browns
A11 Country Girl
Performer – Dottie West
A12 Four Strong Winds
Performer – Bobby Bare
A13 Ribbon Of Darkness
Arranged By, Conductor – Brenton BanksPerformer – Connie Smith
A14 Mule Skinner Blues (Blue Yodel No. 8)
Performer – Dolly Parton
A15 Just a Little After Heartaches
Performer – Jeanne Pruett
A17 Yakety Axe
Performer – Chet Atkins
B1 Don't Hurt Anymore
Performer – Hank Snow
B2 I'm Thinking Tonight of My Blues Eyes*
Performer – The Carter Family
B3 Down Yonder*
Performer – Del Wood
B4 Satisfied*
Performer – Martha Carson
B5 Ashes Of Love*
Performer – Johnnie And Jack
B6 Old Blue*
Performer – Grandpa Jones
B7 How Far Is Heaven*
Performer – Kitty Wells
B8 Four Walls
Performer – Jim Reeves
B9 The Carroll County Accident
Performer – Porter Wagoner
B10 I Can't Stop Loving You
Performer – Don Gibson
B11 Trouble in the Amen Corner
Performer – Archie Campbell
B12 The End of the World
Performer – Skeeter Davis
B13 Early Morning Rain
Performer – George Hamilton
B14 Send Me the Pillow You Dream On
Performer – Hank Locklin
B15 Young Love*
Performer – Sonny James


  • Performer – Sonny James (tracks: B15)


* Original Monophonic Recording
Tnk(s) - Marca(s) Registrada(s) RCA Corporation
1974, RCA/Ariola International, New York, N.Y.
Printed in U.S.A.
Program 1 (46:39)
Program 2 (47:39)

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 078635046649
Various - Stars Of The Grand Ole Opry 1926-1974 FLAC album
Stars Of The Grand Ole Opry 1926-1974
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