A1 All Shook Up A2 Four Walls A3 Bye Bye Love A4 Gone B1 First Date, First Kiss, First Love B2 White Sport Coat B3 Next In Line B4 Gonna Find Me A Bluebord. Guitar, Lead Vocals – Texas Jim Robertson Vocals – Bobby Blue, Dale Noe, Dale Noe, Jimmy Steele Vocals, Guitar – Johnny Todd.
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Texas Jim Robertson was a country singer from Texas. He got a job singing old Western songs at age sixteen, then was headhunted by the NBC network. He went on to become a popular act, and had a stint in the army entertaining the troops during WWII.
Texas - The Greatest Hits - Full Album . Description : The Greatest Hits is a compilation album by rock band Texas, released on June 1. .Texas - The Conversation (Album Version) (Texas 25). Description : Texas - The Conversation (Album Version) (Texas 25). Texas - Say What You Want (Live In Paris). Texas Jim Roberts And His Westerners - Am I Losing You. Description : From 1957 Masterseal 10 inch LP "8 Top Western Hits". Texas Jim Roberts and his. Texas Jim Roberts And His Westerners - Knee Deep In The Blues. Texas Jim Roberts And His Westerners - Train Of Love. Description : i bet it was a massacre hits texas with friends living with insanity.
Texas Jim Lewis appeared in numerous films and scored one national hit ("Too Late to Worry, Too Blue to Cry" in 1944), but isn't often counted among the top rank of Western swing bandleaders. His band featured high-profile players such as Spade Cooley and Merle Travis at various times, but Lewis was partial to novelty music and he switched gears too often to establish an identifiable sound
|A1||All Shook Up|
|A3||Bye Bye Love|
|B1||First Date, First Kiss, First Love|
|B2||White Sport Coat|
|B3||Next In Line|
|B4||Gonna Find Me A Bluebord|