T. Texas Tyler - The Great Texan FLAC album
Stevenson, as are all the songs on the entire album, "The Great Texan", recorded by T. Texas Tyler and first released in 1960.
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David Luke Myrick (June 20, 1916 – January 28, 1972), known professionally as T. Texas Tyler, was an American country music singer and songwriter primarily known for his 1948 hit, "The Deck of Cards". Myrick was born just outside Mena, Arkansas. He recorded first for Black & White Records as a member of The Six Westernaires, and for 4 Star Records (Hollywood) from September 1945 until the end of the 1950s
He was born David Luke Myrick in Mena, AR, and from childhood aspired to become a country performer. As a young man, Tyler moved to Rhode Island to live with his brother, who was stationed there while serving in the Navy. In the '50s he became a gospel singer and Assembly of God minister, recording the all-gospel album, The Great Texan, for King in 1960.
Tyler is the county seat of Smith County, located in east-central Texas, United States. The city of Tyler has long been Smith County's major economic, educational, financial, medical, and cultural hub. The city is named for John Tyler, the tenth President of the United States. Tyler had a population of 96,900 in 2010, according to the United States Census Bureau, and Tyler's 2017 estimated population was 104,991. It is 100 miles (160 km) east-southeast of Dallas
I don't know if it is a bad master tape, but if it is, I wouldn't recommend this to anyone. I would be embarassed to even give this away as a gist -unless as a gag gift.
The Unforgettable T. Texas Tyler. Kings Of Western Swing. 2016 101 Great Songs And Wonderfull Hits And Artist's. Swing With The Music - Cowboy Jazz.
Tyler followed up that smash with another recitation: the tear-wrenchingly sentimental Mary Jean Shurtz composition "Dad Gave My Dog Away. His popularity resulted in a booking at New York City's Carnegie Hall, and in 1949 he sang a song in the Western Horsemen of the Sierras.
|A1||Praise The Lord (Salvation Has Been Brought Down)|
|A2||The Old Country Church|
|A3||In The Sweet Bye And Bye|
|A4||You've Got To Live Your Religion|
|A5||I Dreamed I Searched Heaven|
|A6||This Old Clay Home|
|B1||Blessed Jesus Hold My Hand|
|B2||In The Land Where We'll Never Grow Old|
|B3||God Put A Rainbow In The Cloud|
|B4||Didn't They Crucify My Lord|
|B5||If I Could Hear My Mother Pray Again|
|B6||What A Friend We Have In Jesus|
|689||T. Texas Tyler||The Great Texan (LP)||King Records||689||US||1960|
|689||T. Texas Tyler||The Great Texan (LP, Album, RE)||King Records||689||US||1987|
|KCD-689||T. Texas Tyler||The Great Texan (CD)||King Records||KCD-689||US||1987|