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Carl Smith

Known as Mr. Country, Carl Smith was one of the most popular honky tonkers of the '50s, racking up over 30 Top Ten hits over the course of the decade. Smith was also able to sustain that popularity into the late '70s, during which time he had a charting single for every year except one. Smith had a talent for singing smooth ballads which polished the rough edges of hardcore country. Nevertheless, he could sing pure honky tonk with the best of them, and his hardest country was made tougher by the addition of a drum kit. Smith was one of the very first country artists to regularly perform with a drummer, and though it earned him criticism at the time, the hard-driving sound of those up-tempo numbers proved to be influential. Smith also occasionally dabbled in Western swing, and as he continued to record, he delved deeper into the genre. Since he specialized in honky tonk ballads and Western swing, Smith rarely crossed over into the pop audience. Still, he was one of the most popular and best-known country singers of his era, recording several classics -- including "Let's Live a Little," "Let Old Mother Nature Have Her Way," "This Orchard Means Goodbye," "Cut Across Shorty," "Loose Talk," "(When You Feel Like You're in Love) Don't Just Stand There," and "Hey Joe!" -- appearing in a handful of movies, and hosting his own television show. By the time he retired in the early '80s, he had hit the country charts nearly 100 times.

Smith was born and raised in Maynardsville, TN, which was also the hometown of Roy Acuff. As a child, Smith idolized Acuff, Ernest Tubb, and Bill Monroe. When he was a teenager, he taught himself how to play guitar. According to legend, he bought his first guitar with money he earned by selling flower seeds. At the age of 15, he was singing in the San Francisco-based country band Kitty Dibble and Her Dude Ranch Ranglers. Two years later, he learned to play string bass and spent his summer vacation working at WROL, a radio station in Knoxville. After Smith finished high school, he briefly served in the U.S. Navy before heading back home.

Once he returned to Tennessee, he continued to perform at WROL, usually playing bass for Skeets Williamson and Molly O'Day. Eventually, he began singing as well, and one of his colleagues at the station sent an acetate of Smith's singing to WSM in Nashville. WSM signed Smith to a contract, and he began working for the station and singing at the Grand Ole Opry. By 1950, Columbia Records signed Smith to a recording contract. His first hit, "Let's Live a Little," arrived in 1951, climbing all the way to number two. Over the course of the year, he racked up no less than three other hits, including the classic "If Teardrops Were Pennies" and his first number one single, "Let Old Mother Nature Have Her Way." Also that year, he married June Carter, the daughter of Maybelle Carter; the two would later divorce, yet they had a daughter named Carlene that would become a musician in her own right during the '70s.

Throughout the '50s, Smith was a consistent presence in the country charts, racking up no less than 31 Top Ten singles during the course of the decade. In addition to recording, he began appearing in Western movies, like 1957's The Badge of Marshal Brennan. In 1956, he resigned from the Grand Ole Opry and joined a package tour organized by Phillip Morris. In 1957, he married country singer Goldie Hill, best-known for the number one hit "I Let the Stars Get in My Eyes."

As the '50s ended, Smith was no longer as dominant in the upper reaches of the country charts as he was earlier in the decade, but he never stopped having hits. During the '60s, he consistently charted in the Top 40, which was indicative of his status as a country music statesman. In 1961, he appeared on ABC's country television series, Four Star Jubilee, and a few years later, he began hosting Carl Smith's Country Music Hall for Canadian television; the series also was syndicated in America. Throughout the '60s and early '70s, he began to incorporate more Western swing into his repertoire, especially on his albums. Smith continued to release albums and singles on Columbia Records until 1975, when he signed with Hickory. After having a handful of minor hits for the label -- including several that were released on ABC/Hickory -- he decided to retire in the late '70s.

Though he recorded an album of his greatest hits in the early '80s, Smith retreated from the spotlight after his 1979 retirement. He and his wife, Goldie, lived on their horse farm outside of Franklin, TN, and the two began to show horses professionally. Hill died in 2005, and Smith followed her early in 2010 after suffering a stroke. ~ Stephen Thomas Erlewine
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Selected Discography

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Track List: The 'Sixties Hits Of Carl Smith

1. Ten Thousand Drums

2. Make The Waterwheel Roll

3. Cut Across Shorty

4. Kisses Never Lie

6. Things That Mean The Most

9. I Almost Forgot Her Today

10. Triangle

12. Take My Ring Off Your Finger

13. Lonely Girl

17. Deep Water

18. Foggy River

19. You Ought To Hear Me Cry

20. Good Deal, Lucille

21. I Love You Because

23. Pull My String And Wind Me Up

24. How I Love Them Old Songs

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Track List: Satisfaction Guaranteed

Disc 1

1. Guilty Conscience

2. I Just Dropped In To Say Goodbye

3. My Lonely Heart's Runnin' Wild

4. Washing My Dreams In Tears

5. I Betcha My Heart I Love You

6. I Overlooked An Orchid (While Searching For A Rose)

7. This Side Of Heaven

8. I Won't Be At Home

9. Mr. Moon

10. If Teardrops Were Pennies

11. There's Nothing As Sweet As My Baby

12. Let's Live A Little

13. Me And My Broken Heart

14. (When You Feel Like You're In Love) Don't Just Stand There

15. Please Come Back Home

16. There'll Never Be Another Mary

17. My Lonely Heart's Runnin' Wild

18. Let Old Mother Nature Have Her Way

19. The Little Girl In My Home Town

20. I Just Dropped In To Say Goodbye

21. Are You Teasing Me

22. It's A Lovely, Lovely World

23. That's The Kind Of Love I'm Looking For

24. The Nail-Scarred Hand

25. We Shall Meet Some Day

26. How About You

27. The Blood That Stained The Old Rugged Cross

28. Gethsemane

29. Softly And Tenderly

Disc 2

1. Amazing Grace

2. I'll Be List'ning

3. Our Honeymoon

4. Sing Her A Love Song

5. Lovin' Is Livin'

6. I Want To Take My Baby Home With Me

7. Trademark

9. Just Wait 'Til I Get You Alone

10. Do I Like It ?

11. Darlin' Am I The One

12. Hey Joe!

13. If You Tried As Hard To Love Me (As You Do To Break My Heart)

14. Love Oh Crazy Love

15. Time's A Wastin'

16. No Second Chance

18. The House That Love Built

19. Who'll Buy My Heartaches

20. Oh, No!

21. What Am I Gonna Do With You

22. Dog-Gone It, Baby, I'm In Love

23. If I Could Hold Back The Dawn

24. Back Up Buddy

25. Look What Thoughts Done To Me

26. I Just Dropped In To Say Goodbye

27. Lovin' Is Livin'

28. Go, Boy Go

29. More Than Anything Else In The World

30. If You Saw Her Through My Eyes (You'd See Her Differently)

31. No, I Don't Believe I Will

Disc 3

1. Loose Talk

2. Time Changes Everything

3. Baby I'm Ready

4. Kisses Don't Lie

5. Wait A Little Longer Please, Jesus

6. Works Of The Lord

7. Answers

9. I Just Don't Care Anymore

10. Oh Stop!

11. Baby I'm Ready

12. There's A Bottle Where She Used To Be

13. Wicked Lies

14. Old Lonesome Times

15. I've Changed

16. There She Goes

17. No Second Chance

18. Come Back To Me

19. Don't Tease Me

20. If You Do Dear

21. I Just Dropped In To Say Goodbye

22. I Feel Like Cryin'

23. You're Free To Go

24. Outlaw

25. Snowdeer

26. Doorstep To Heaven

27. You Are The One

28. If You Want It, I've Got It

29. Before I Met You

30. Mr. Moon

Disc 4

1. San Antonio Rose

2. Live And Let Live

3. You Are My Sunshine

4. Steel Guitar Rag

5. This World Is Not My Home

6. Standing On The Promises

7. Old Camp Meeting Days

8. When The Roll Is Called Up Yonder

9. You Can't Hurt Me Anymore

10. That's The Way I Like You Best

11. I Won't Be Mad, I'll Be Glad

12. That's What You Think

13. Pass Me Not

14. Glory Land Way

15. Anywhere Is Home

16. When They Ring Them Golden Bells

17. No Trespassing

18. Try To Take It Like Man

19. Mr. Lost

20. Happy Street

21. Amazing Grace

22. Why, Why

23. Emotions

24. You're So Easy To Love

Disc 5

1. The Best Years Of Your Life

2. Slowly

3. More And More

4. I Overlooked An Orchid (While Searching For A Rose)

5. Let's Live A Little

6. Mr. Moon

7. Night Train To Memphis

8. Honky Tonk Man

9. Hang Your Head In Shame

10. I Love You A Thousand Ways

11. Sweet Little Miss Blue Eyes

12. If Teardrops Were Pennies

13. We're Not Going Steady Anymore

14. Guess I've Been Around Too Long

15. Goodnight Mister Sun

16. Walking The Slow Walk

17. A Love Was Born

18. It's All My Heartache

19. Lonely Girl

20. I'll Kiss The Past Goodbye

21. Be Good To Her

22. Ten Thousand Drums

23. The Tall, Tall Gentleman

24. I'll Walk With You (All The Way)

25. Tomorrow Night

26. Make The Waterwheel Roll

27. Past

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Track List: The Essential Carl Smith (1950-1956)

1. Guilty Conscience

2. I Just Dropped In To Say Goodbye

3. I Overlooked An Orchid

4. If Teardrops Were Pennies

5. Let's Live A Little

6. (When You Feel Like You're In Love) Don't Just Stand There

7. Let Old Mother Nature Have Her Way

8. It's A Lovely Lovely World

9. Are You Teasing Me

10. This Orchid Means Goodbye

11. Hey Joe!

12. Trademark

13. Just Wait Till I Get You Alone

14. Dog-Gone It Baby, I'm In Love

15. Back Up Buddy

16. Go Boy Go

17. Loose Talk

18. Kisses Don't Lie

19. There She Goes

20. You Are The One

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Track List: Tudor Organ Music

Composer: John Redford
Title: Exultet Cellum Laudibus, With A Meane (from The Mulliner Book)

1. Exultet Cellum Laudibus, With A Meane (from The Mulliner Book): Exultet Celum Laudibus

Title: Sermone Blando Angelus (from The Mulliner Book)

2. Sermone Blando Angelus (from The Mulliner Book): Sermone Blando Angelus

Composer: John Blitheman
Title: Eterne Rerum For Keyboard From The Mulliner Book, No 51

3. Eterne Rerum For Keyboard From The Mulliner Book, No 51: Eterne Rerum Conditor

Title: Christe Qui Lux, For Keyboard (from The Mulliner Book)

4. Christe Qui Lux, For Keyboard (from The Mulliner Book): Christe Qui Lux

Composer: John Redford
Title: Angulare Fundamentum, For Keyboard (from The Mulliner Book)

5. Angulare Fundamentum, For Keyboard (from The Mulliner Book): Angulare Fundamentum

Title: Te Lucis Ante Terminum, For Keyboard (from The Mulliner Book)

6. Te Lucis Ante Terminum, For Keyboard (from The Mulliner Book): Te Lucis Ante Terminum

Composer: John Blitheman
Title: Settings (6) Of Gloria Tibi Trinitas, For Keyboard (From The Mulliner Book)

7. Settings (6) Of Gloria Tibi Trinitas, For Keyboard (From The Mulliner Book): 1

8. Settings (6) Of Gloria Tibi Trinitas, For Keyboard (From The Mulliner Book): 2

9. Settings (6) Of Gloria Tibi Trinitas, For Keyboard (From The Mulliner Book): 3

10. Settings (6) Of Gloria Tibi Trinitas, For Keyboard (From The Mulliner Book): 4

11. Settings (6) Of Gloria Tibi Trinitas, For Keyboard (From The Mulliner Book): 5

12. Settings (6) Of Gloria Tibi Trinitas, For Keyboard (From The Mulliner Book): 6

Composer: Anonymous
Title: La Mi La Sol La Mi Gia Vol À 4

13. La Mi La Sol La Mi Gia Vol À 4: La Mi Re

Composer: Thomas Tallis
Title: Clarifica Me Pater (I), For Keyboard

14. Clarifica Me Pater (I), For Keyboard: Clarifica Me Pater I

Title: Gloria Tibi Trinitas, For Organ

15. Gloria Tibi Trinitas, For Organ: Gloria Tibi Trinitas

Title: Clarifica Me Pater (II), For Keyboard

16. Clarifica Me Pater (II), For Keyboard: Clarifica Me Pater II

Title: Iste Confessor, For Keyboard

17. Iste Confessor, For Keyboard: Iste Confessor

Title: Clarifica Me Pater (III), For Keyboard

18. Clarifica Me Pater (III), For Keyboard: Clarifica Me Pater III

Composer: Thomas Tomkins
Title: Miserere, For Organ

19. Miserere, For Organ: Miserere

Title: Clarifica Me Pater, For Keyboard

20. Clarifica Me Pater, For Keyboard: Clarifica Me Pater

Title: In Nomine, For Organ

21. In Nomine, For Organ: In Nomine

Composer: Anonymous
Title: Felix Namque, For Organ

22. Felix Namque, For Organ: Felix Namque

Title: A Solis Ortus, For Keyboard (from The Mulliner Book)

23. A Solis Ortus, For Keyboard (from The Mulliner Book): 1

24. A Solis Ortus, For Keyboard (from The Mulliner Book): 2

25. A Solis Ortus, For Keyboard (from The Mulliner Book): 3

26. A Solis Ortus, For Keyboard (from The Mulliner Book): 4

Composer: John Redford
Title: Primo Dierum Omnium, For Keyboard (from The Mulliner Book)

27. Primo Dierum Omnium, For Keyboard (from The Mulliner Book): Primo Dierum Omnium

Title: Settings (3) Of Lucem Tuam, For Keyboard (from The Mulliner Book)

28. Settings (3) Of Lucem Tuam, For Keyboard (from The Mulliner Book): Lucem Tuam I

29. Settings (3) Of Lucem Tuam, For Keyboard (from The Mulliner Book): Lucem Tuam II

30. Settings (3) Of Lucem Tuam, For Keyboard (from The Mulliner Book): Lucem Tuam III

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ravendavenpo r t 2
1.Kiss your left hand
2.Say your crushes name
3.Close your hand. 4.Say a weekday
5.Say your name
6.Open hand
7.Repost this on 15 songs and your crush will say they like you on the weekday you siad
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STILL MY FAVORITE COUNTRY CLASSIC ARTIST. I NEVER LIKED ANYONE AS MUCH UNTIL RANDY TRAVIS CAME ALONG AND HE WAS CLOSE BUT CARL SMITH IS STILL PLAYED IN MY HOME EVERYDAY VIA PANDORA, SIRIUS, OR MY OWN LP, 45 0R 78 RPM, ALSO TAPES AND CD'S NOW.. SAW CARL SMITH MANY TIMES AT THE MOSQUE IN RICHMOND, VIRGINIA. JEAN ROSE LITTLETON LAKE GASTON AREA NORTH CAROLINA.
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STILL MY FAVORITE COUNTRY CLASSIC ARTIST. I NEVER LIKED ANYONE AS MUCH UNTIL RANDY TRAVIS CAME ALONG AND HE WAS CLOSE BUT CARL SMITH IS STILL PLAYED IN MY HOME EVERYDAY VIA PANDORA, SIRIUS, OR MY OWN LP, 45 0R 78 RPM, ALSO TAPES AND CD'S NOW.. SAW CARL SMITH MANY TIMES AT THE MOSQUE IN RICHMOND, VIRGINIA. JEAN ROSE LITTLETON LAKE GASTON AREA NORTH CAROLINA.
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One of the all-time greats ... I was born in 1951, The decade when he became a great entertainer ... A star ... I Have been a musician since the 1960s and use to work for TNN when it was the Nashville network ... As Bob Dylan sang the times they are a changing
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First heard him singing was a long time ago...pleasa n t memories.
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goforburn
I love his music!
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Carl & Goldie had a beautiful horse farm, it was huge! I don't know what happened to it, I was under the impression that Carl & Goldie had moved to Canada for the TV show years prior, anyone know??
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A great singer, a joy to listen to
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I loved his music. As I was growing up, my mom would play one of his albums or sing one of his songs all over the house while cleaning.
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He was a good singer, and I loved his songs. Also handsome too.Sorry to hear of his death.

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I have so many memories of listening to Carl Smith when I was growing up & now as an adult, thanks to Pandora I am able to listen to my favorite & obscure singers that mean so much to me.
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Listening to Carl Smith brings back memories. Love his real country sound.
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Jim reevels
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bobjacobs90
I loved his mucic very much
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Always a favourite of ours
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I like the music that Carl Smith sing
I thinks it is awesome that he can sing
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Hey pandora,if my thumb has so much power ,why have I hit thumbs up 3 times for this song and it still hasn't registered ? Try again my a**!
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What a great voice!
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I love carl smith.
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I was raised up on Carl Smith's music, Also, Webb, Hank, Lefty back when country music was real, This stuff today is no good, I saw Carl in Houston when he was in his Hayday , Thanks Pandora for this good music
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Carl Smith is one of the BEST!
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1 of the best country singers ever to live
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Carl Smith
Is the best
Of of male singers

YOUR FRIEND
WALTER L. McKinnerney


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Carl Smith
Is great man
And a great singer

Your friend
Walter L. McKinnerney

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I went to see Carl Smith sing I think it was around 1954 and he broke a string on his Guitar. He was a great singer thru his life. I was 18 years old when I saw him. REST IN PEACE CARL.
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I didn't know he was drinking buddies with Cash til i read Cash's profile. These guys were before my time. All i have to go off of is Walk the Line and hollywood screws up everything.
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abkoep2
thank you for real country music not the garbage that is presented as good old down home today!
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alsites2001
Carl, Webb & Hank were my faverett I grew up listing to them Got Carl ,Hay Joe on 78 ,that has the original sound..To days country changed me over to bluegrass..C a n n o t forgot Kitty ,moms faveritt..
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I remember when all three of these singers carl smith, faron young, and marty robbins and oh yes, that young sionger elvis startered singing hit after hit and i don't want to forget hank snow ray3
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I Liked Carl since I was stationed in Alaska in the fifties.my favoriteIf teardrops were Pennies Did not know he had passed, may he and Goldie rest in peace, I'll miss them.
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I've enjoyed Carl's music since a kid on the farm listening to the radio. I really like the fact Pandora allows us to read up on the voices that up until now were just heard and not seen.' His voice is easy to listen to. Today's country should mimic more of the old stars.
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garrygerober t s
I've listened to Carl Smith for sixty years and still enjoy his old hits.
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Got it all, everything Carl did, lots of 8 track and nothing to play them on. Thanks Pandora, I can hear then here, keep original country going. Awright.
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ldean926
Thank you all for your comments on my parents, Carl and Goldie. As long as you keep listening, their memory keeps on. Thank you again.
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carl smith, cal smith, charlie walker, billy walker are some of the best true country music ever recorded. The Junk coming out of Nashville is so far from tru ountry that it will never be as listenable as true country. Thank Pandora for taking us back to those joyous good old days. Wetonak Dude.
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Ilove tjis radio station. Brings back alot of memories
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mschermer1
I knew as a child that Country music was for me. My whole family now listens to country including my 4 and 7 Yr. old grandkids. There is just none other. But the old tunes are still the best.
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GOOD OLE MUSIC
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I remember listening to the Opry and hearing Carl Smith when I was just a kid. He was hilarious and a super singer and musician and had the best steel guitar player whose first name was Johnny. He and Lefty Frizell and Hank Williams were either one, two or three on every chart at the same time. If you think about that, it puts him in pretty illustrious company. God Bless both Goldie and Carl
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balerick42
Carl and Goldie were both on the Grand Ole Opry TV show that was on during the 50's. My parents have the set of episodes in a large boxed dvd set. I don't remember carl and Goldie singing together, but they did appear on several episodes together. He was married to June Carter during that time. We can only guess what may have happened with that love triangle.
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balerick42
He was my mother's favorite honky-tonk singer. I grew up on this music. My favorites of his are Hey Joe and There She Goes.
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No, Connie Smith isn't Carl's daughter. I believe her maiden name was Meador. Fantastic singer nonetheless.
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Never heard a thing on the passing of Carl, what awesome music, thank-you Pandora for letting me hear it all again and again, I agree with Richard, we need to bring this music back
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O my gosh , i just finished reading Carl Smith biography, i was so shocked when i read Goldie had died & more schocked to read he died in 2010, I never read nothing about their death, Iloved both of them since the early fifties, i was thinking about writing to them,Ilove his songs , All the great ones are leaving us, loved Faron Young too , Iguess i am telling my age , 75, Love the old 50,s , country music, thanks for a great station , Nancy Harvey
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I didn't hear of his passing. May he rest in peace.
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We need to bring this music back. Half of Nashville music is way out in left field anymore. As you probably know, Carl passed two weeks ago.
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Carl Smith lets you appreciate REAL country music.

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Is Connie Carl Smith's Daughter?
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Carl was my favorite along with Johnny Cash. I wish we had some artist today with this kind of music. Nashville music today is not for me....
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