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Jim Reeves

Jim Reeves was born in Galloway, Texas on the 20. August 1923. His full Name was James Travis Reeves. In His teenage years, a Damage in His Foot, made a stop for a promised carrier as professional baseball player, and in stead, He started to sing in The Moon Mullicans Band. Reeves made His first Records in 1949 for the Store Company "Macy's" and later, He became a Speaker on the popular Radio show "Louisiana Hayride". One evening in the end of 1952, Hank Williams didn't arrive, and Reeves took His Place with great Success. Next Year, He recorded "Wagon Load Of Love", and after that, He made the Song "Mexican Joe". In 1957, He began to sing with a lower voice, and "Four Walls" became His greatest pop success. 3 Years later, He recorded "He'll Have To Go", which was sold in millions. Jim Reeves was - and still are - very popular in Europe as well in South Africa, where He made records on Afrikaans, and also performed in a movie in 1963. Jim Reeves died 31. July 1964 when He crashed with His plane outside Nashville. He was the first Country Artist, who reached outside the Borders of USA, and took the audience with a Storm, that even in 1975, was so big, that "40 Golden Greats", took the First Place on the British Hit list.


 MIDI file    Sequenced By
Adios Amigo    Unknown
A Mansion on the Hill    Dick Anderson
Am I that easy to forget    Peter Wolmarans
Am I losing You    Peter Wolmarans
Anna Maria    Unknown
A Stranger's just a Friend     Peter Wolmarans
Behind Closed Doors    Unknown
Blue side of Lonesome    Peter Wolmarans
Bimbo    Chris.Hankins
Blue Boy    Unknown
Carolina Moon    Peter Wolmarans
Danny Boy    Dick Anderson
Dear Hearts and gentle People    Peter Wolmarans
Distant Drums    Peter Wolmarans
Die Blonde Matros    Peter Wolmarans
Die Ou Kalahari    Peter Wolmarans
Fool such as I    Unknown
Four Walls    Peter Wolmarans
From a Jack to a King    Dick Anderson
He'll have to go    Unknown
Have You ever been Lonely    Harry Todd
Have I told You lately that I love You    Peter Wolmarans
Hawaiian Wedding    Mel Webb
I love You because    Henniehenk Hovens
I fall to Pieces    Gene Reynolds
It's no secret what God can do    Dick Anderson
Just out of Reach    Harry Todd
Make The World Go Away       Chris.Hankins
 Maria Elena    P.Wolmarans
Mexican Joe    Peter Wolmarans
Mona Lisa    Thomas N. Thurston
Release Me    Unknown
Some Day ( You'll want Me to want You)    Unknown
That Silver-haired Daddy of Mine    Unknown
The Letter edged in Black    P.Wolmarans
The rowing GamblerP.Wolmarans
The Wreck of No 9    P.Wolmarans
When two Worlds collide    Henniehenk Hovens
Welcome to My World    Dick Anderson
Yonder comes a Sucker    P.Wolmarans

Patsy Cline

Her real Name was Virginia Patterson Hensley. She was born 1933, and She died 1963 in a Plane crash. Her first Records was produced in a small Studio in the fifth teens, but after that, Patsy Cline made a Contract with Decca. At Decca She got the opportunity to work together with a great producer - Owen Bradley. Together, They made a great number of Single hits. The most Famous is still "Crazy" (wrote by Willie Nelson), followed by "I Fall to Pieces" and "She's got You". After Her Death, Patsy Cline became a Legend, and Her old Records are still sold in big Numbers every Year. In 1985, the Movie "Sweet Dreams" was produced. A Movie about Patsy Cline's Life, with Jessica Lange in the Leading role.

 MIDI file    Sequenced By
Always be    Harry Todd   
Anytime    unknown   
      A poor Mans Roses        Deb Ackley
Back in Baby's Arms    Harry Todd
Bill Bailey won't You please come Home    Harry Todd
Blue Moon of Kentucky    Harry Todd
Crazy    G. Rogers
Crazy Arms    Harry Todd
Faded Love    Harry Todd
Half as much    Harry Todd
Have You ever been Lonely    Harry Todd
Heartaches    Deb Ackley
I can't help it    Harry Todd
I fall to Pieces    Don Carroll
I'll sail My Ship alone    Harry Todd
I love You so much it hurts Me    Harry Todd
I'm Sorry    Unknown
It wasn't God who made Honky Tonk Angels    Harry Todd
Just a closer Walk with Thee    Harry Todd
Love sick Blues    Harry Todd
Love letters in the Sand    Don Carroll
   Pick Me up    Dick Anderson
San Antonio rose    Harry Todd
She's got You    Harry Todd
Side by Side    Don Carroll
Some Day ( You'll want Me to want You)    Deb Ackley
South of the Border    Harry Todd
So wrong    Deb Ackley
Sweet Dreams    Don Carroll
Tennessee Waltz    John R. Bloise
That's My Desire    Harry Todd
The Wayward Wind    A Simms Jr
Three Cigarettes in an Ashtray    Deb Ackley
True Love    Unknown
Try again    Harry Todd
Walking after Midnight    Unknown
When You need a Laugh    Deb Ackley
Why can't He be You    Harry Todd
You belong to Me    Harry Todd
You made Me Love You    Harry Todd
Your cheatin' Heart    Harry Todd

Dolly Parton

Dolly Parton was born in 1946 in Servier County, Tennessee. She made Her Record debut in 1959 with "Puppy Love". Then She toured together with the Country Star Porter Wagoner until 1974, where She went Solo again. She had the Principal part in several Movies like "9 to 5" from 1980 and "The Best Little Whorehouse In Texas" from 1982.

 MIDI file    Sequenced By
After the Gold rush    Unknown
Before the next Teardrop falls    Dick Anderson
Behind closed Doors    Don Carroll
Coat of many colors    David Hartley
Downtown    Unknown
Eagle when She flies    P. Wolmarans
For the good Times    Pat Pendergrass
Hard candy Christmas    Unknown
Here You come again    Chris Rada
Islands in the Stream    Unknown
I will always love You    Unknown
Jolene    Unknown
Just someone I used to know    Dick Anderson
Nine to five    Unknown
Rocky Top    Unknown
Satin Sheets    Don Carroll
Send Me the Pillow that you dream on    Dick Anderson
Silver Treads and Golden Needles    Allan Clapp
Stand By Your Man    Gloria Canfield
To know Him is to Love Him    Unknown
Travelin' Prayer    Unknown
When You tell Me that You love Me    Unknown

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