Description: A comprehensive collection of some of the best ballads in country music sung by the biggest artists of the day. A mix to listen to whenever you want to take it easy, relax and be with the ones you love.Track list:1. I Guess You Had to Be There -- Lorrie Morgan (#14 Billboard Country, Feb. 1993 from Watch Me)2. How Far -- Martina McBride (#12 Billboard Country, May 2004 from Martina)3. Let That Pony Run -- Pam Tillis (#4 Billboard Country, Jan. 1993 from Homeward Looking Angel)4. I Should Be With You -- Steve Wariner (#2 Billboard Country, 1988, album title track)5. You Wouldn't Say That to a Stranger -- Suzy Bogguss (#43 Billboard Country, 1994 from Something Up My Sleeve)6. Two Sparrows in a Hurricane -- Tanya Tucker (#2 Billboard Country, 1992 from Can't Run From Yourself)7. Real Live Woman -- Trisha Yearwood (#16 Billboard Country, Jan. 2000, album title track)8. Tryin' to Get over You -- Vince Gill (#1 Billboard Country, Jan. 1994 from I Still Believe in You)9. Love Is Like a Butterfly -- Dolly Parton (#1 Billboard Country, #38 Adult Contemporary; Nov., 1974, album title track)10. It Matters to Me -- Faith Hill (#1 Billboard Country, 1995, album title track)11. Too Gone to Care -- Joy Lynn White (album track from Wild Love)12. River Of Time -- The Judds (album track from River of Time, a #2 Billboard Country album 1989)13. Making Memories of Us -- Keith Urban (#1 Billboard Country, #5 Adult Contemporary; Mar. 2005)14. Thinkin' With My Heart Again -- Lee Ann Womack (album track from I Hope You Dance, a #1 Billboard Country album and #16 Billboard Top 200 album)15. Maybe He'll Notice Her Now -- Mindy McCready with Richie McDonald of Lonestar (#18 Billboard Country, Oct. 1996, from Ten Thousand Angels)16. Don't Toss Us Away -- Patty Loveless (#5 Billboard Country, Feb. 1989 from Honky Tonk Angel)Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for "fair use" for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. Non-profit, educational or personal use tips the balance in favor of fair use.
Country Music Ballads Series: Part 1/Baladas de música country parte 1 - Download MP3 music or MP4 video:
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Music video for the single "This Ain't California" by Landon Michael (Director: Tonia Pound) Winner Best Country Song and Best Country Music Video in the 2012 Lucerne Independent Film Festival. It is also an official selection in the 2012 London Independent Film Festival and the 2012 SoCal Film Festival. "This Ain't California" is on country radio across the US Signed with Big Dog Records in Nashville, Tennessee. This is Landon Michael's third release with the label. ©2012 Big Dog Records
New Original Country Music -"Ballad of Black Rock Creek"-Written and Performed by Scott Schrader .Lead singer of former Australian Rockabilly Band, the" Treble Clefs". Critics are calling his unique sound " A Musical Cocktail of Elvis, Dwight Yoakam and Johnny Cash". (C) Tatonsdon Pty. Ltd 2010
Darryl Harmonica Sayrie Performs His Country Rock Pop Love Song Ballad "Super Lady"
Country Sisters - country music from the heart of Europe - www.countrysisters.eu
Southern Gospel Music Bluesy country music ballad Bill Gaither style
Ira Hamilton Hayes (January 12, 1923 January 24, 1955) was an Pima Native American, and an enrolled member of the Gila River Indian Community. A veteran of World War II's Battle of Iwo Jima, Hayes was trained as a Paramarine in the United States Marine Corps (USMC), and became one of five Marines, along with a United States Navy corpsman, immortalized in the iconic photograph of the flag raising on Iwo Jima. On January 24, 1955, Hayes was found dead, face down and lying in his own vomit and blood, near an abandoned hut close to his home on the Gila River Indian Reservation. Hayes' tragic story was immortalized in a song, "The Ballad of Ira Hayes," by Peter LaFarge. Covers of this song were done by Johnny Cash and others. In 1964, Cash took the song to number 3 on the Billboard country music chart. "The Ballad Of Ira Hayes" Ira Hayes, Ira Hayes Call him drunken Ira Hayes He won't answer anymore Not the whiskey drinkin' Indian Nor the Marine that went to war Gather round me people There's a story I would tell About a brave young Indian You should remember well From the land of the Pima Indian A proud and noble band Who farmed the Phoenix valley In Arizona land Down the ditches of thousand years The waters grew Ira's peoples' crops 'Till the white man stole the water rights And the sparklin' water stopped Now Ira's folks were hungry And their land grew crops of weeds When war came, Ira volunteered And forgot the white man's greed Call him drunken Ira Hayes He won't answer ...
Dolly Parton's version of the great song: Ballad of the Green Beret. From the album "For God and Country"
From the album Bitter Tears The Ballad of the American Indian, The Ballad of Ira Hayes.
"I Swear" is a ballad written by Gary Baker and Frank J. Myers that became a hit for two acts in 1994. Initially it was a number one song on the US Hot Country Singles & Tracks chart for American country music artist John Michael Montgomery at the beginning of the year. His version crossed over to pop radio and climbed to #42 on the Billboard Hot 100. A few months later, American pop group All-4-One covered the song and achieved a great success in many countries.
Cody Canada & The Departed's first public performance as a band was this rendition of "The Ballad of Rosalie" on The Texas Music Scene. This tune will be one of 16 on their upcoming tribute to Oklahoma songwriters called THIS IS INDIAN LAND.
Old West Gunfighters, Lawmen, & Outlaws
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