Terry Fell - I Are A Millionaire flac album
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|A||I Are A Millionaire
Written-By – Jerry McBee
|B||I've Never Been Sober
Written-By – Terry Fell
- Published By – Richvein Music Inc.
- Published By – Open Road Music, Inc.
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Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Label Side A): WWKM-7448
- Matrix / Runout (Label Side B): WWKM-7449
- Rights Society: BMI
Terry Fell (May 13, 1921 – April 4, 2007) was an American country musician. Fell was born in Dora, Alabama on May 13, 1921, and got his first guitar at the age of nine. Later, he learned mandolin and took singing lessons. When he was 13 years old, his father died; three years later, he moved alone to California, where he spent some time in a camp of the Civilian Conservation Corps. After he briefly lived in Alabama again, Fell and his mother moved to the US West Coast.
Profile: Born 31 May 1921, Dora, Alabama. I Are A Millionaire (7", Promo).
Quality: 320Kbps, Lossless. 23 – I Are a Millionaire 24 – I’ve Never Been Sober 25 – I Believe My Heart 26 – What’s Good for the Goose.
Known for his one big hit, 1954's "Truck Driving Man," Terry Fell is but a footnote in country history, but an important one nonetheless. His hit literally spawned the whole truck driving saga that is still a major part of country music's lyrical pool. He was also the first to see the promise in a young Buck Owens, signing him to a manager's contract and using him as a lead guitarist on his sessions.
Play the Music Louder1. 23. I Are a Millionaire. 24. I've Never Been Sober. 25. I Believe My Heart. 26. What's Good for the Goose. Download: FLORENFILE.
The protagonist of the story is a very young and good-looking man named Hughie Erskine He was admired by the people and kind however; he was not very clever and had no money. He fell in love with a girl named Laura Merton. She was the daughter of a retired Colonel. The Colonel had a condition and would only permit them to get married if Hughie had ten thousand pounds of his own.
The album also features new songs such as David Foster's remix of Jack and Jemma's "I Want to Be a Millionaire" and "Griff's Millionaire Mix," as well as Regis Philbin's rendition of "Pennies From Heaven" from his 1968 album It's Time for Regis. A strange, and strangely entertaining, piece of pop culture ephemera.
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