Howdy, Pea Pickers

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All Music Guide - James Christopher Monger
Culled from his pre-"Sixteen Tons" Capitol recordings between the years 1949-1954, Living Era's Howdy, Pea Pickers his longtime catch phrase collects some of Tennessee Ernie Ford's most beloved singles. These original mono recordings of "Mule Train," "Cry of the Wild Goose," "Mister and Mississippi" and the "Shot-Gun Boogie" are genre classics, and with 25 more tracks to sift through, all of which are solid Ford classics, Howdy, Pea Pickers provides enough thrills to warrant its purchase. Fans looking for a more comprehensive anthology would do well with Razor & Tie's immaculate Ultimate Collection 1949-1965.
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All Music Guide - James Christopher Monger
Culled from his pre-"Sixteen Tons" Capitol recordings between the years 1949-1954, Living Era's Howdy, Pea Pickers his longtime catch phrase collects some of Tennessee Ernie Ford's most beloved singles. These original mono recordings of "Mule Train," "Cry of the Wild Goose," "Mister and Mississippi" and the "Shot-Gun Boogie" are genre classics, and with 25 more tracks to sift through, all of which are solid Ford classics, Howdy, Pea Pickers provides enough thrills to warrant its purchase. Fans looking for a more comprehensive anthology would do well with Razor & Tie's immaculate Ultimate Collection 1949-1965.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 8/23/2005
  • Label: Asv Living Era
  • UPC: 743625554823
  • Catalog Number: 5548

Album Credits

Performance Credits
Tennessee Ernie Ford Primary Artist
Moon Mullican Piano
Merle Travis Electric Guitar, Vocals, Whip
Billy May Track Performer
Wade Ray Violin
Cliffie Stone Double Bass
Speedy West Steel Guitar
Roy Harte Drums
Harold Hensley Violin, Background Vocals
Eddie Kirk Rhythm Guitar
Billy Liebert Piano, Accordion
Red Murrell Rhythm Guitar
Larry Tice Clarinet
Jimmy Bryant Singers Electric Guitar
Joe "Fingers" Carr & the Carr-Hops Piano
Carr Hops Vocals
Technical Credits
Stan Freberg Composer
Rudolf Friml Composer
Tennessee Ernie Ford Composer
Merle Travis Composer
Terry Gilkyson Composer
Robert Mitchum Composer
Cliffie Stone Composer
Jerry Ross Composer
Bennie Benjamin Composer
Ken Darby Composer
Fred Glickman Composer
Henry Glover Composer
Hy Heath Composer
Billy Kemp Composer
Lionel Newman Composer
Wayne Raney Composer
George David Weiss Composer
George Wyle Composer
Herbert Stothart Composer
Alton Delmore Composer
Rabon Delmore Composer
Jimmy Work Composer
Peter Dempsey Liner Notes
Martin Haskell Remastering
Mark Ranshaw Artwork
Irving Gordon Composer
Dok Stanford Composer
Irving Taylor Composer
Chet Forrest Composer
Traditional Composer
Allan Roberts Composer
Johnny Lange Composer
Steve Nelson Composer
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