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Jimmie Rodgers Songs

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11 songs / 51:20

  1. 1 Merle Haggard & The Strangers / Miss The Mississippi And You 03:50
  2. 2 Maria Muldaur / Any Old Time 04:18
  3. 3 Lynyrd Skynyrd / T For Texas 11:23
  4. 4 Doc Watson and Merle Watson / Peach Pickin' Time In Georgia 04:11
  5. 5 Bill Monroe and the Bluegrass Boys / Mule Skinner Blues 03:39
  6. 6 Jerry Lee Lewis / The One Rose (That's Left In My Heart) 03:13
  7. 7 J.F. Murphy & Salt / Hobo Bill 03:16
  8. 8 Prism / In The Jailhouse Now 04:50
  9. 9 Steve Goodman / Mother, Queen Of My Heart 03:30
  10. 10 Doc Watson and Merle Watson / I'm Not Singing Blues 03:17
  11. 11 Bobby Bare / Me And Jimmie Rodgers 05:53
Description
Jimmie Rodgers' six-year career was sadly cut short by tuberculosis, but in that time, he earned many suitable nicknames: the Mississippi Blue Yodeler, the Singing Brakeman, and, perhaps most fittingly of all, the Father of Country Music. Rodgers' songs, whether melancholy ballads or upbeat ditties, told of gamblers, ramblers, hobos, and heartbreak, themes that described and defined American archetypes. And in making hit records out of them, he helped shape the course of popular music and influence countless musicians throughout the 20th Century. This playlist of Jimmie Rodgers Songs gives an idea of just how far that influence reached. With performances by other country legends like Jerry Lee Lewis and Merle Haggard, folk and bluegrass originals like Doc Watson and Bill Monroe, Americana revivalists like Maria Muldaur and Steve Goodman, and harder rockers like Lynyrd Skynyrd and Prism, it's clear that Rodgers' music reached across genres and decades.
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Jimmie Rodgers' six-year career was sadly cut short by tuberculosis, but in that time, he earned many suitable nicknames: the Mississippi Blue Yodeler, the Singing Brakeman, and, perhaps most fittingly of all, the Father of Country Music. Rodgers' songs, whether melancholy ballads or upbeat ditties, told of gamblers, ramblers, hobos, and heartbreak, themes that described and defined American archetypes. And in making hit records out of them, he helped shape the course of popular music and influence countless musicians throughout the 20th Century.

This playlist of Jimmie Rodgers Songs gives an idea of just how far that influence reached. With performances by other country legends like Jerry Lee Lewis and Merle Haggard, folk and bluegrass originals like Doc Watson and Bill Monroe, Americana revivalists like Maria Muldaur and Steve Goodman, and harder rockers like Lynyrd Skynyrd and Prism, it's clear that Rodgers' music reached across genres and decades.