Eddy Arnold Complete U.S. Chart Singles 1945-1962 (3-CD)

Complete U.S. Chart Singles 1945-1962 (3-CD)
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Format: CD  (3 Discs)
Item:  ACBT 9041
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  • Number of Discs: 3
  • Released:
  • Originally Released: 2014
  • Label: Acrobat

Tracks on Disc 1:

  • 1.Each Minute Seems a Million Years
  • 2.All Alone In This World Without You
  • 3.That's How Much I Love You
  • 4.Chained To a Memory
  • 5.What is Life Without Love
  • 6.It's a Sin
  • 7.I Couldn't Believe It Was True
  • 8.I'll Hold You In My Heart
  • 9.To My Sorrow
  • 10.Molly Darling
  • 11.Anytime
  • 12.What a Fool I Was
  • 13.Bouquet of Roses
  • 14.Texarkana Baby
  • 15.Just a Little Lovin' (Will Go a Long Way)
  • 16.My Daddy is Only a Picture
  • 17.Heart Full of Love, A (For a Handful of Kisses)
  • 18.Then I Turned and Walked Slowly Away
  • 19.There's Not a Thing (I Wouldn't Do For You)
  • 20.Don't Rob Another Man's Castle
  • 21.One Kiss Too Many
  • 22.The Echo of Your Footsteps
  • 23.I'm Throwing Rice (At the Girl That I Love)
  • 24.Show Me the Way Back To Your Heart
  • 25.There's No Wings On My Angel

Tracks on Disc 2:

  • 1.Take Me In Your Arms and Hold Me
  • 2.Mama and Daddy Broke My Heart
  • 3.Little Angel With the Dirty Face
  • 4.Why Should I Cry
  • 5.Cuddle Buggin' Baby
  • 6.Enclosed, One Broken Heart
  • 7.The Lovebug Itch
  • 8.A Prison Without Walls
  • 9.There's Been a Change In Me
  • 10.Kentucky Waltz
  • 11.I Wanna Play House With You
  • 12.Something Old, Something New
  • 13.Somebody's Been Beatin' My Time
  • 14.Heart Strings
  • 15.Bundle of Southern Sunshine
  • 16.Call Her Your Sweetheart
  • 17.Easy On the Eyes
  • 18.A Full Time Job
  • 19.Older and Bolder
  • 20.I'd Trade All of My Tomorrows (For Just One Yesterday)
  • 21.Eddy's Song
  • 22.Free Home Demonstration
  • 23.How's the World Treating You
  • 24.Mama, Come Get Your Baby Boy
  • 25.I Really Don't Want To Know
  • 26.My Everything

Tracks on Disc 3:

  • 1.Hep Cat Baby
  • 2.This is the Thanks I Get (For Loving You)
  • 3.I've Been Thinking
  • 4.Don't Forget
  • 5.In Time
  • 6.Two Kinds of Love
  • 7.The Cattle Call
  • 8.The Kentuckian Song
  • 9.The That Do Make It Nice
  • 10.Just Call Me Lonesome
  • 11.Richest Man, The (In the World)
  • 12.I Walked Alone Last Night
  • 13.Trouble In Mind
  • 14.You Don't Know Me
  • 15.Casey Jones (the Brave Engineer)
  • 16.I Wouldn't Know Where To Begin
  • 17.Gonna Find Me a Bluebird
  • 18.Chip Off the Old Block
  • 19.Tennessee Stud
  • 20.Before This Day Ends
  • 21.(Jim) I Wore a Tie Today
  • 22.One Grain of Sand
  • 23.Tears Broke Out On Me
  • 24.A Little Heartache
  • 25.After Loving You
  • 26.Does He Mean That Much To You

Product Description:

Liner Note Author: Paul Watts.
Recording information: Brown Radio Productions, Nashville, TN (01/08/1952); RCA Victor Studio, Chicago, IL (01/08/1952); RCA Victor Studio, Nashville, TN (01/08/1952); RCA Victor Studio, New York, NY (01/08/1952); WSM Radio Station Studio, Nashville, TN (01/08/1952); Brown Radio Productions, Nashville, TN (02/08/1961); RCA Victor Studio, Chicago, IL (02/08/1961); RCA Victor Studio, Nashville, TN (02/08/1961); RCA Victor Studio, New York, NY (02/08/1961); WSM Radio Station Studio, Nashville, TN (02/08/1961); Brown Radio Productions, Nashville, TN (03/20/1946); RCA Victor Studio, Chicago, IL (03/20/1946); RCA Victor Studio, Nashville, TN (03/20/1946); RCA Victor Studio, New York, NY (03/20/1946); WSM Radio Station Studio, Nashville, TN (03/20/1946); Brown Radio Productions, Nashville, TN (03/31/1953); RCA Victor Studio, Chicago, IL (03/31/1953); RCA Victor Studio, Nashville, TN (03/31/1953); RCA Victor Studio, New York, NY (03/31/1953); WSM Radio Station Studio, Nashville, TN (03/31/1953); Brown Radio Productions, Nashville, TN (04/05/1949); RCA Victor Studio, Chicago, IL (04/05/1949); RCA Victor Studio, Nashville, TN (04/05/1949); RCA Victor Studio, New York, NY (04/05/1949); WSM Radio Station Studio, Nashville, TN (04/05/1949); Brown Radio Productions, Nashville, TN (04/09/1957); RCA Victor Studio, Chicago, IL (04/09/1957); RCA Victor Studio, Nashville, TN (04/09/1957); RCA Victor Studio, New York, NY (04/09/1957); WSM Radio Station Studio, Nashville, TN (04/09/1957); Brown Radio Productions, Nashville, TN (04/16/1951-04/18/1951); RCA Victor Studio, Chicago, IL (04/16/1951-04/18/1951); RCA Victor Studio, Nashville, TN (04/16/1951-04/18/1951); RCA Victor Studio, New York, NY (04/16/1951-04/18/1951); WSM Radio Station Studio, Nashville, TN (04/16/1951-04/18/1951); Brown Radio Productions, Nashville, TN (04/22/1954); RCA Victor Studio, Chicago, IL (04/22/1954); RCA Victor Studio, Nashville, TN (04/22/1954); RCA Victor Studio, New York, NY (04/22/1954); WSM Radio Station Studio, Nashville, TN (04/22/1954); Brown Radio Productions, Nashville, TN (04/26/1950); RCA Victor Studio, Chicago, IL (04/26/1950); RCA Victor Studio, Nashville, TN (04/26/1950); RCA Victor Studio, New York, NY (04/26/1950); WSM Radio Station Studio, Nashville, TN (04/26/1950); Brown Radio Productions, Nashville, TN (04/27/1959); RCA Victor Studio, Chicago, IL (04/27/1959); RCA Victor Studio, Nashville, TN (04/27/1959); RCA Victor Studio, New York, NY (04/27/1959); WSM Radio Station Studio, Nashville, TN (04/27/1959); Brown Radio Productions, Nashville, TN (04/28/1955); RCA Victor Studio, Chicago, IL (04/28/1955); RCA Victor Studio, Nashville, TN (04/28/1955); RCA Victor Studio, New York, NY (04/28/1955); WSM Radio Station Studio, Nashville, TN (04/28/1955); Brown Radio Productions, Nashville, TN (05/04/1962); RCA Victor Studio, Chicago, IL (05/04/1962); RCA Victor Studio, Nashville, TN (05/04/1962); RCA Victor Studio, New York, NY (05/04/1962); WSM Radio Station Studio, Nashville, TN (05/04/1962); Brown Radio Productions, Nashville, TN (05/15/1952); RCA Victor Studio, Chicago, IL (05/15/1952); RCA Victor Studio, Nashville, TN (05/15/1952); RCA Victor Studio, New York, NY (05/15/1952); WSM Radio Station Studio, Nashville, TN (05/15/1952); Brown Radio Productions, Nashville, TN (05/15/1956); RCA Victor Studio, Chicago, IL (05/15/1956); RCA Victor Studio, Nashville, TN (05/15/1956); RCA Victor Studio, New York, NY (05/15/1956); WSM Radio Station Studio, Nashville, TN (05/15/1956); Brown Radio Productions, Nashville, TN (05/18/1947); RCA Victor Studio, Chicago, IL (05/18/1947); RCA Victor Studio, Nashville, TN (05/18/1947); RCA Victor Studio, New York, NY (05/18/1947); WSM Radio Station Studio, Nashville, TN (05/18/1947); Brown Radio Productions, Nashville, TN (06/02/1955); RCA Victor Studio, Chicago, IL (06/02/1955); RCA Victor Studio, Nashville, TN (06/02/1955); RCA Victor Studio, New York, NY (06/02/1955); WSM Radio Station Studio, Nashville, TN (06/02/1955); Brown Radio Productions, Nashville, TN (07/14/1961); RCA Victor Studio, Chicago, IL (07/14/1961); RCA Victor Studio, Nashville, TN (07/14/1961); RCA Victor Studio, New York, NY (07/14/1961); WSM Radio Station Studio, Nashville, TN (07/14/1961); Brown Radio Productions, Nashville, TN (07/31/1962); RCA Victor Studio, Chicago, IL (07/31/1962); RCA Victor Studio, Nashville, TN (07/31/1962); RCA Victor Studio, New York, NY (07/31/1962); WSM Radio Station Studio, Nashville, TN (07/31/1962); Brown Radio Productions, Nashville, TN (08/07/1952); RCA Victor Studio, Chicago, IL (08/07/1952); RCA Victor Studio, Nashville, TN (08/07/1952); RCA Victor Studio, New York, NY (08/07/1952); WSM Radio Station Studio, Nashville, TN (08/07/1952); Brown Radio Productions, Nashville, TN (08/19/1947); RCA Victor Studio, Chicago, IL (08/19/1947); RCA Victor Studio, Nashville, TN (08/19/1947); RCA Victor Studio, New York, NY (08/19/1947).
Eddy Arnold's approach to country and his rich, expressive baritone voice always seemed closer to pop singers like Bing Crosby and Perry Como than it did to more rustic country stars like Hank Snow and Ernest Tubb, and he worked with pop songwriters out of New York as much or more than he used Nashville ones. His approach reaped dividends, certainly, and he charted countless hits in a truly astounding seven-decade career, and if he was never fully embraced by the public as a pop singer, he brought a kind of urbane dignity and grace to country music in the bargain, prefiguring the so-called Nashville countrypolitan sound as early as 1955. This three-disc, 77-track set collects all of his charting singles, both the A- and B-sides, released between 1945 and 1962, all on RCA Records, and it reveals a fascinating transformation from Arnold's early tenure as a hillbilly singer to his later stance as the man who melded country and pop together into what was essentially a whole new musical form. ~ Steve Leggett

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