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Lifetime of Song (1951-1982)
     

A Lifetime of Song (1951-1982)

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by Marty Robbins
 

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It's a mystery why Columbia has so many Robbins compilations in print, since they all cover roughly the same territory. Lifetime of Song (1951-1982) isn't as comprehensive as the Essential Marty Robbins: 1951-1982 box, nor as concise as The Story

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It's a mystery why Columbia has so many Robbins compilations in print, since they all cover roughly the same territory. Lifetime of Song (1951-1982) isn't as comprehensive as the Essential Marty Robbins: 1951-1982 box, nor as concise as The Story of My Life; what it is, rather, is a kind of a follow-up to 1972's All-Time Greatest Hits collection, featuring a number of classics ("A White Sport Coat," "Singing the Blues," "Among My Souvenirs") that were omitted from the earlier record. It duplicates many tracks from the aforementioned sets, but it's still great listening on its own, even if it isn't necessarily the place to start.

Product Details

Release Date:
10/25/1990
Label:
Sony
UPC:
0074643887021
catalogNumber:
38870
Rank:
25991

Tracks

Album Credits

Performance Credits

Marty Robbins   Primary Artist,Guitar,Vocals

Technical Credits

Johnny Cash   Liner Notes
Mitch Miller   Producer
Mary McCreary   Composer
Art Satherley   Producer,Liner Notes
Bob Johnston   Producer
Frank Jones   Producer
Don Law   Producer
Jerry Livingston   Composer
Billy Sherrill   Producer
Bill Johnson   Art Direction
Bobby Montgomery   Producer
Hal Durham   Liner Notes
Marizona Robbins   Liner Notes
Edgar Leslie   Composer
Mack David   Composer
Don Cravens   Cover Art
Horatio Nicholls   Composer

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A Lifetime of Song (1951-1982) 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Ochenta More than 1 year ago
For those who love country music or those who are just now exploring it, Marty Robbins is a most. He is right up there with the best. His El Paso is an all time classic in my humble opinion.