Roy Acuff - Waiting For My Call To Glory album flac
Genre: Folk music
Title: Waiting For My Call To Glory
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Roy Acuff's Greatest Hits. Roy Claxton Acuff (September 15, 1903 – November 23, 1992) was an American country musician known around the world as the "King of Country Music". Roy Acuff was born in Maynardville, Tennessee, to Ida Carr and Simon E. Neil Acuff (a Baptist preacher, judge and tenant farmer), the third of their five children. Originally, Acuff didn't plan to be a singer. Acuff sang in the church choir as a schoolboy, but he was more interested in sports, particularly baseball. View full artist profile.
Waiting For My Call To Glory Lyrics. My days on earth are numbered I can see the journey,s end Gon-na ride that train to glory When it comes around the bend I,m leaving all my worries and for-get a-bout my cares Gonna wear them golden slippers when i climb the golden stairs (Chorus) Wait-ing for my call to glo-ry Where i,ll know.
My days on earth are numbered I can see the journey, s end Gonna ride that train to glory When it comes around the bend I, m leaving all my worries and forget about my cares Gonna wear them golden slippers when i climb the golden stairs.
Roy Claxton Acuff (September 15, 1903 – November 23, 1992) was an American country music singer, fiddler, and promoter, freemason. In 1952, Hank Williams told Ralph Gleason, "He's the biggest singer this music ever knew. In 1972, Acuff's career received a brief resurgence in the folk revival movement after he appeared on the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band album, Will the Circle Be Unbroken. The appearance paved the way for one of the defining moments of Acuff's career, which came on the night of March 16, 1974, when the Opry officially moved from the Ryman Auditorium. Waiting For My Call To Glory.
Roy Acuff - Waiting For My Call To Glory (LP, Comp). Selo:Harmony (4) Cat. nº: HS 11334. Condição da mídia: Mídia: Near Mint (NM or M-) Condição da Capa: Capa: Very Good Plus (VG+). Roy Drusky - Roy (LP, Album). Selo:Big R Records (Europe Ltd) Cat. nº: BRA 1009. Condição da mídia: Mídia: Very Good Plus (VG+) Condição da Capa: Capa: Very Good Plus (VG+).
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Tracklist Hide Credits
|A1||Just Inside The Pearly Gates
Written-By – R. Acuff*
|A2||Brother, Take Warning
Written-By – J. L. Frank*, P. King*
|A3||The Great Judgement Warning|
|A4||It's Too Late Too Worry Anymore
Written-By – Pope*
|A5||Waiting For My Call To Glory
Written-By – R. Acuff*, Pellettiere*
|B1||The Devil's Train
Written-By – Carlisle*, M. Foree*
|B2||The Songbirds Are Singing In Heaven
Written-By – F. Rose*
|B3||A Sinner's Death (I'm Dying)
Written-By – R. Acuff*
|B4||If I Could Hear My Mother Pray Again|
|B5||All The World Is Lonely Now
Written-By – M. Foree*
- Manufactured By – Columbia Records of Canada, Ltd.
- Artwork [Cover] – Andy Virgil
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Rights Society: BMI
- Rights Society: ASCAP
|HL 7376||Roy Acuff||Waiting For My Call To Glory (LP, Comp, Mono)||Harmony||HL 7376||US||1966|
|HS 11334||Roy Acuff||Waiting For My Call To Glory (LP, Comp)||Harmony||HS 11334||US||1969|