Heroes of Country Music, Vol. 3: Legends of Nashville

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All Music Guide - Stephen Cook
Part of Rhino's multi-volume series chronicling different eras in country music, Heroes of Country Music, Vol. 3 tells the story of Nashville's rise as a music powerhouse in the '50s. Thanks to established labels like RCA and Columbia and talented producers like Don Law, Chet Atkins, and Steve Sholes, the music shifted from the honky tonk sounds of the late '40s and early '50s to the crossover country-pop of Marty Robbins, Patsy Cline, and Faron Young. The 18 tracks here feature sides from these and many other stars of the decade, including Ray Price, Webb Pierce, Kitty Wells, Ernest Tubb, and Hank Williams. From the rough-hewn sound of tavern nights to the first rumblings...
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All Music Guide - Stephen Cook
Part of Rhino's multi-volume series chronicling different eras in country music, Heroes of Country Music, Vol. 3 tells the story of Nashville's rise as a music powerhouse in the '50s. Thanks to established labels like RCA and Columbia and talented producers like Don Law, Chet Atkins, and Steve Sholes, the music shifted from the honky tonk sounds of the late '40s and early '50s to the crossover country-pop of Marty Robbins, Patsy Cline, and Faron Young. The 18 tracks here feature sides from these and many other stars of the decade, including Ray Price, Webb Pierce, Kitty Wells, Ernest Tubb, and Hank Williams. From the rough-hewn sound of tavern nights to the first rumblings of the Nashville sound, this disc takes you on a guided tour with a generous dose of the hits.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 6/18/1996
  • Label: Rhino
  • UPC: 081227244224
  • Catalog Number: 72442

Album Credits

Performance Credits
Eddy Arnold Guitar, Vocals, Track Performer
Chet Atkins Guitar, Electric Guitar
Floyd Cramer Piano
Little Jimmy Dickens Guitar, Vocals
Red Foley Vocals, Track Performer
Hank Garland Guitar, Electric Guitar
Sonny James Guitar, Vocals
The Louvin Brothers Track Performer
George Morgan Vocals, Track Performer
Ray Price Guitar, Vocals, Track Performer
Marty Robbins Guitar, Vocals, Track Performer
Paul Warren Fiddle
Kitty Wells Vocals, Track Performer
Slim Whitman Guitar, Vocals, Track Performer
Faron Young Vocals, Track Performer
Pee Wee King Accordion
Bill Carlisle Guitar, Vocals
Jimmy Day Steel Guitar
Don Helms Steel Guitar
Grady Martin Guitar, Electric Guitar
Redd Stewart Vocals
Ernest Tubb Guitar, Vocals, Track Performer
Little Roy Wiggins Steel Guitar
Martha Carson Vocals
Johnnie Wright Bass
Roy Ayres Steel Guitar
Harold Bradley Guitar
Owen Bradley Organ, Piano
Hillous Butrum Guitar
Floyd Chance Bass
Patsy Cline Vocals, Track Performer
Jack Drake Bass
Ray Edenton Guitar
Bob Foster Steel Guitar
Dickie Harris Steel Guitar
Eddie Hill Guitar
Tommy Jackson Fiddle
Buddy Killen Bass
Ira Louvin Mandolin, Vocal Harmony
Charlie Louvin Guitar, Vocals
Ernie Newton Bass
Webb Pierce Vocals, Track Performer
Tommy Vaden Fiddle
Pete Wade Guitar
Hank Williams Guitar, Vocals, Track Performer
Paul Yandell Guitar
James Farmer Steel Guitar
Jerry Byrd Steel Guitar
Farris Coursey Drums
Marvin Hughes Piano
Jack Pruett Guitar
Bob Moore Bass
Jack Shook Guitar, Electric Guitar
The Carlisles Track Performer
Bud Isaacs Steel Guitar
Rollin Sullivan Mandolin
Zeke Turner Guitar
Pee Wee King & His Golden West Cowboys Track Performer
Louis Innis Guitar
Clyde Baum Mandolin
Leon Short Rhythm Guitar
Gene Stewart Bass
Red Taylor Fiddle
Sonny Harville Piano
Adrian McDowell Fiddle
Bill Thall Bass
Sugarfoot Collins Guitar
Chuck Wiginton Bass
Shorty Boyd Fiddle
Hoot Rains Steel Guitar
Billy Robinson Steel Guitar
Van Howard Guitar, Vocal Harmony
The Sunshine Trio Background Vocals
Roy Sneed Bass (Vocal)
Eugene Schuler Tenor Banjo
Technical Credits
Lead Belly Composer
Peter Hammill Composer
Teena Marie Composer
Mary McCreary Composer
Art Satherley Producer
Hugh Banton Composer
Owen Bradley Producer
Rick Cartey Composer
Bob Fisher Remastering
Charles Randolph Grean Producer
Bob Hilliard Composer
Carol Joyner Composer
Paul Kennerley Composer
Don Law Producer
Huddie Ledbetter Composer
John A. Lomax Composer
Murray Nash Producer
Ken Nelson Producer
Fred Rose Producer
Steve Sholes Producer
Farris Coursey Sound Effects
Rich Kienzle Liner Notes, Discographical Annotation
Alan Block Composer
Vaughn Horton Composer
Joe Werner Composer
Coco Shinomiya Art Direction
Richard Foos Executive Producer
Patrick Milligan Discographical Annotation
Don Hecht Composer
Kent Robbins Composer
George Vaughn Composer
Lew Chudd Producer
Steve Nelson Composer
Paul Cohen Producer
J.B. Miller Composer
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