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    Eddy Arnold, The Tennessee Plowboy And His Guitar
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Eddy Arnold - Texarkana Baby Songtext. She's my Texarkana baby do I love her Lowdy Law Her pappy came from Texas her maw from Arkansaw I'm twisted round her finger like a little piece of string And yet I'm satisfied because she's such a precious thing If she hauled off and slapped me I would never feel the sting She's my Texarkana baby  . The Tennessee Plowboy and His Guitar, Volume 2 Album.

This led to him later gaining his nickname-the Tennessee Plowboy. Arnold attended Pinson High School in Pinson, Tennessee, where he played guitar for school functions and events. He quit before graduation to help with the farm work, but continued performing, often arriving on a mule with his guitar hung on his back  . Arnold annoyed many in the country music establishment by recording with Hugo Winterhalter and his Orchestra at the RCA Victor studios in New York. Winterhalter's pop-oriented arrangements of "The Cattle Call" and "The Richest Man (in the World)", however, helped to expand Arnold's appeal beyond its country music base. This style, pioneered by Reeves and Arnold, became known as the "Nashville Sound". During 1953, Arnold and Tom Parker had a dispute, and Arnold dismissed him. From 1954 to.

Eddy Arnold Lyrics I'm Thinking Tonight of My Blue EyesLyrics My Daddy Is Only a PictureLyrics Texarkana BabyLyrics Molly DarlingLyrics It Makes No Difference NowLyrics Rockin' Alone in an Old Rockin' ChairLyrics Little Angel With a Dirty FaceLyrics Will the Circle Be UnbrokenLyrics A Heart Full of LoveLyrics. The Tennessee Plowboy & His Guitar. The Essential Eddy Arnold. The Best of Eddy Arnold. RCA Country Legends: Eddy Arnold. Praise Him, Praise Him: Fanny Crosby Hymns. Have Guitar Will Travel. Essential Recordings (Remastered).

Eddy Arnold's earliest recordings are among the greatest and rarest recordings in modern country music. Between 1944 and 1950, Eddy Arnold established an entirely new style of country music that bridged the traditional sounds he'd heard growing up with his love of pop. From the outset, he was astonishingly successful, racking up more than 35 hits during his first six years as a recording artist.

Complete your Eddy Arnold, The Tennessee Plowboy And His Guitar collection. It may come as a surprise that the very first 45 was pressed on coloured vinyl, but that was part of RCA Victor's unique colour code system, which was meant for "easy identification" of one's favourite style: green vinyl was used for Country & Western, orange for Rhythm & Blues, yellow for children's music etc.

The 120 tracks on these five CDs constitute a group of Eddy Arnold songs with which few people under the age of 50 could be familiar - only about a half-dozen of them ever appeared on LP, much less CD. Recorded between 1944 and 1950, they represent his rise to country stardom (but not yet to pop stardom), and also the evolution of country music in the period immediately after the war. His performances on the early sides were heavily influenced by the work of Gene Autry, but they were much closer to hillbilly music, with thin, twangy guitars and fiddle. Cottonseed Clark, Fred Rose.

One Kiss Too Many Lyrics. About The Tennessee Plowboy & His Guitar, Vol. 3. The Tennessee Plowboy & His Guitar, Vol. 3 Q&A. Writers Herbert Wilson. More Eddy Arnold albums. Tears Broke Out on Me. 2. Show all albums by Eddy Arnold.

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Tracklist

Texarkana Baby
Bouquet Of Roses

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
48-0001 Eddy Arnold, The Tennessee Plowboy And His Guitar* Texarkana Baby ‎(7", Gre) RCA Victor 48-0001 US 1949
20-2806 Eddy Arnold, The Tennessee Plowboy And His Guitar* Texarkana Baby / Bouquet Of Roses ‎(Shellac, 10") RCA Victor 20-2806 US 1948
20-2806 Eddy Arnold And His Tennessee Plowboys Texarkana Baby / Bouquet Of Roses ‎(Shellac, 10") RCA Victor 20-2806 US 1948
20-2806 Eddy Arnold And His Tennessee Plowboys Texarkana Baby / Bouquet Of Roses ‎(Shellac, 10") RCA Victor 20-2806 US 1948
48-0001 Eddy Arnold, The Tennessee Plowboy And His Guitar* Texarkana Baby ‎(7") RCA Victor 48-0001 US 1949
48-0001 Eddy Arnold, The Tennessee Plowboy And His Guitar* Texarkana Baby ‎(7") RCA Victor 48-0001 US 1949
48-0001 Eddy Arnold, The Tennessee Plowboy And His Guitar* Texarkana Baby ‎(7", Gre) RCA Victor 48-0001 US 1949
48-0001 Eddy Arnold Texarkana Baby / Bouquet Of Roses ‎(7", RE, Bla) RCA Victor 48-0001 US 1951
WP 3027, 47-4597 Eddy Arnold Bouquet Of Roses / Texarkana Baby ‎(7") RCA Victor, RCA Victor WP 3027, 47-4597 US Unknown
10043 Eddy Arnold, The Tennessee Plowboy And His Guitar* Texarkana Baby / Bouquet Of Roses ‎(7", Single, Exp) RCA 10043 US Unknown
58-0073 Eddy Arnold And His Tennessee Plowboys Texarkana Baby / Bouquet Of Roses ‎(Shellac, 10") RCA Victor 58-0073 Canada Unknown
A. L. 3001 Eddy Arnold And His Tennessee Plowboys Texarkana Baby / Bouquet Of Roses ‎(Shellac, 10") His Master's Voice A. L. 3001 Norway Unknown
447-0510 Eddy Arnold Texarkana Baby ‎(7", Single, RE) RCA Victor 447-0510 US Unknown



Zuser
It may come as a surprise that the very first 45 was pressed on coloured vinyl, but that was part of RCA Victor's unique colour code system, which was meant for "easy identification" of one's favourite style: green vinyl was used for Country & Western, orange for Rhythm & Blues, yellow for children's music etc. for more info look here: http://www.classicurbanharmony.net/45%20Turns%20Sixty.htm
Delan
But when was the first 45 RPM player made available for purchase? Was it just to radio stations at first? Kind of had to be simultaneous, so I suppose RCA sold the player too?