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  • Jimmie Rodgers's songs: Why Did You Give Me Your Love? Jimmie Rodgers. DID YOU MEAN. Your search did not return any results. Please try again. Photo from. You're now in slide show mode. Hitting pauses the slideshow and goes forward. SPACEBAR resumes the slideshow.
  • Prompted by the public’s unusually strong response to Rodgers’s first release (“Sleep, Baby, Sleep,” paired with “The Soldier’s Sweetheart”), Peer arranged for Rodgers to record again in November at Victor’s home studios in Camden, New Jersey.
  • Jimmie The Kid: Why There's A Tear In My Eye: The Wonderful City: Recordings Let Me Be Your Sidetrack: Jimmie Rodgers Visits The Carter Family: The Carter Family And Jimmie Rodgers In Texas: When The Cactus Is In Bloom: Gambling Polka Dot Blues: Looking For A New Mama:
  • 40 Greatest Hits of Jimmie Rodgers (2 CD Boxset) by Jimmie Rodgers. out of 5 stars 1. Audio CD $ $ $ shipping. Vinyl Same Train - A Different Time: A Tribute To Jimmie Rodgers. by Merle Haggard | out of 5 stars Audio CD $ $ $ shipping. Usually ships within 6 to 10 days. trade it in, give.
  • Riding High Jimmie Rodgers Format: Audio CD. See all 4 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Audio CD, February 14, Why Did You Give Me Your Love? (Version) Pistol Packin' Papa Why Should I Be Lonely Take Me Back Again.
  • The early Jimmie Rodgers tribute cuts are here, as well as his first instrumental recordings. Hailed by critics, fans (and Hank himself!) as essential. Article properties: Hank Snow: Singing Ranger Vol.1 (4-CD .
  • His brass plaque in the Country Music Hall of Fame reads, "Jimmie Rodgers' name stands foremost in the country music field as the man who started it all."This is a fair assessment. The "Singing Brakeman" and the "Mississippi Blue Yodeler," whose six-year career was cut short by tuberculosis, became the first nationally known star of country music and the direct influence of many later.
  • James Charles Rodgers (September 8, – May 26, ) was an American singer-songwriter and musician who rose to popularity in the late s. Widely regarded as "the Father of Country Music", he is best known for his distinctive rhythmic nalixedegenloywachsnabtyakengmepers.coinfol for a music star of his era, Rodgers rose to prominence based upon his recordings, among country music's earliest, rather than concert.