Tex Ritter - The Lincoln Hymns FLAC album
More religious recordings by Ritter, backed by the Ralph Carmichael Chorus and Orchestra, from the same sessions that also yielded his last big country hit of the 1960's, his recording of Eddie Dean's "I Dreamed of a Hillbilly Heaven.
Woodward Maurice "Tex" Ritter (January 12, 1905 – January 2, 1974) was an American country music singer and actor popular from the mid-1930s into the 1960s, and the patriarch of the Ritter acting family (son John and grandsons Jason and Tyler). He is a member of the Country Music Hall of Fame. Tex Ritter was born Woodward Maurice Ritter on January 12, 1905, in Murvaul, Texas, the son of Martha Elizabeth (née Matthews) and James Everett Ritter.
Studio album by Tex Ritter. The Lincoln Hymns appears in the following lists: Music Genre: Country.
Tex Ritter - Let Me Freely Yield 02:09. Tex Ritter - Awake My Charity 02:34. Tex Ritter - The Path Of Sorrow 01:52. Tex Ritter - A Wicked World 01:49. Tex Ritter - Lord, Let Thy Grace Surround Me 02:13. Tex Ritter - The Hope That Shall Sustain Me 02:25. Tex Ritter - Help Me,O Lord 02:14. Tex Ritter - The Everlasting Song 02:35. Tex Ritter - A Paradise Below 01:38. Tex Ritter - Salvation! Oh The Joyful Sound 02:05.
"Tex Ritter: Children's Songs and Stories" COND: Wesley Tuttle. 78/Cap album BD-14 (ALB-2158). From: Show Music on Record by Jack Raymond. 78/Cap album BD-14 (music publisher). ALB-2158 (Album ID). Description. Tex Ritter: Children's Songs and Stories" COND: Wesley Tuttle. Catalog Record Only Sung by Tex Ritter, with choir; Ralph Carmichael, conductor Contributor: Ritter, Tex - Moore, Marvin.
Singing cowboy Tex Ritter stood as one of the biggest names in country music throughout the postwar era, thanks to a diverse career that led him everywhere from the Broadway stage to the political arena. He was born Maurice Woodward Ritter in Marvaul, TX, on January 12, 1907, and grew up on a ranch in Beaumont. Ritter was playing cowboy songs on the radio when he returned to New York in 1931 to act in the Broadway production Green Grow the Lilacs; during scene changes, he also performed on his guitar. Thanks to his success on the stage, he began hosting radio programs like Tex Ritter's Campfire and Cowboy Tom's Roundup before entering the studio with producer Art Satherley in 1933, where his deep, lived-in voice graced songs like "Rye Whiskey.
album: Young Abe Lincoln. Tex Ritter - Let Me Freely Yield. album: The Lincoln Hymns. Tex Ritter - The Hope That Shall Sustain Me. album: 1938 Volume 1. Ben Butcher - Cruel Lincoln. album: Voice of the People 03: O'er His Grave The Grass Grew Green (Tragic Ballads). Carl Sandburg - Abraham Lincoln: The Gettysburg Address. album: Count Basie At Lincoln & Savoy - 1944. J. Tamblyn Henderson J. Keith O. Johnson, Lincoln Mayorga, Marni Nixon - Long Ago And Far Away. album: Marni Nixon Sings Classic Kern. Holiday - Every Beat of Your Robot. Dick Haymes, Harry James - La Paloma. album: New York World's Fair, 1940 - The Blue Room, Hotel Lincoln, 1941. The Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center - American Bouquet: Two Sleepy People.
|A1||A Paradise Below||1:35|
|A2||Let Me Freely Yield||2:03|
|A3||The Path Of Sorrow||1:43|
|A4||Awake My Charity||2:26|
|A5||The Everlasting Song||2:30|
|A6||A Wicked World||1:38|
|B1||Lord, Let Thy Grace Surround Me||2:10|
|B2||Grace Has Set Me Free||2:07|
|B3||The Hope That Shall Sustain Me||2:24|
|B4||The Sacred Guest||3:02|
|B5||Help Me, O Lord||2:03|
|B6||Salvation! Oh The Joyful Sound|
|SW 1562||Tex Ritter||The Lincoln Hymns (LP)||Capitol Records||SW 1562||US||1961|