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Ferlin Husky - I Feel Better All Over / Little Tom (Vinyl)

Posted on 23.08.2019 by Kajiktilar
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8 Responses to Ferlin Husky - I Feel Better All Over / Little Tom (Vinyl)

  1. Kenris says:
    Ferlin Husky: Homesick Ferlin Husky: /June (Bb est.) Capitol (Calif.) F [45] The Drunken Driver Ferlin Husky: Club LP (#20) Fed CD 03 (#35) Presto CD (#64) Trailer Park CD (#30) Homesick Ferlin Husky: TRG CD (#13) /Dec. 11 Bb c&w rev. Capitol (Calif.) F [45] I Feel Better All Over Ferlin Huskey.
  2. Moogunos says:
    In , Husky had a solo hit with "I Feel Better All Over (More Than Anywheres Else)"/"Little Tom". As Simon Crum, he signed a separate contract with Capitol Records and began releasing records, the biggest of which was 's "Country Music is Here to Stay" (No. 2 for three weeks).
  3. Mezizuru says:
    Ferlin Husky Discography Price Guide Recently Listed Email Alerts Refine Search Results. Artist: Title: Label: Cat Num: Barcode: Genre: Country: Seller: Price: to No Vinyl+CDR No Vinyl+CDR 14 Listed For Sale: ferlin husky.
  4. Magul says:
    Nineteen fifty-five brought Husky three solo Top Tens: "I Feel Better All Over (More than Anywhere's Else)," "Little Tom," and "Cuzz Yore So Sweet," his first hit as Simon Crum. Pictured here with Charley Pride at the Medallion Ceremony, Ferlin was inducted into the Country Music Hall of Famein
  5. Kazitaur says:
    rows · Ferlin Husky (born December 3, in Flat River, Missouri. Died March 17, in .
  6. Vukinos says:
    I Feel Better All Over (More Than Anywhere's Else) by Ferlin Husky. 6 country. written by Ken Rogers & Leon Smith. 2. Little Tom by Ferlin Husky. 7 country [Capitol ] written by Clyde Wilson. 3. Prize Possession by Ferlin Husky. 8. 12 country. written by David Hill, Robert Stevenson & Aaron Schroeder. 4.
  7. Gugore says:
    Ferlin Husky seems to be a much overlooked country music singer by the current generation but he was (and IS) one of the greatest singers in the generations that put country music on the map. His renditions bring back fond memories of a greater and more respectful time in music history/5(49).
  8. Zolobei says:
    Husky didn't have a solo hit until , when "I Feel Better All Over (More Than Anywhere's Else)" and its flip side, "Little Tom," climbed into the country Top Ten. Around the same time, he developed his comic alter ego, Simon Crum. Husky signed Crum to a separate record contract with Capitol and began releasing records under that name.

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