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Cant You Hear Me Callin - Ricky Skaggs - Favorite Country Songs (Vinyl, LP)

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  1. On numerous albums recorded during the height of Ricky Skaggs' domination of the country charts in the mid-'80s, he always recorded tunes written or influenced by the pioneers of country and bluegrass music. Favorite Country Songs is a ten-track compilation featuring many of those influential tunes, including two by the Stanley Brothers ("If That's the Way You Feel" and "I'll Take the Blame"), Bill Monroe's "Can't Price: $
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  3. Favorite Country Songs, a Compilation of songs by Ricky Skaggs. Released in February on Epic (catalog no. FE; Vinyl 12"). Genres: Country.
  4. If that's the way you feel. Sweet temptation. I'll take the blame. Waitin' for the sun to shine. You may see me walkin'. Can't you hear me callin'. Your old love letters. Lost to a stranger. Wound time can't erase. Nothing can hurt you. Responsibility: Ricky Skaggs.
  5. If That's The Way You Feel: A2: Sweet Temptation: A3: I'll Take The Blame: A4: Waitin' For The Sun To Shine: A5: You May See Me Walkin' B1: Can't You Hear Me Callin' B2: Your Old Love Letters: B3: Lost To A Stranger: B4: A Wound Time Can't Erase: B5: Nothing Can Hurt You/5(3).
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  8. Favorite Country Songs -- Ricky Skaggs, Sony A () Don't you just hate it when they don't tell you that it's not the original recordings but some limp remakes of the songs? Even the cover photo, which resembles that on a familiar earlier RS album, is as 3/5(2).
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