Leon Payne - Baby Boy / Lost Highway Herunterladen
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Label lists "Baby Boy" as A Side (670 A), while etched matrix in runout lists "Lost Highway" as A Side (BU-670-A).
- Matrix / Runout (Etched Runout Side A): BU-670-B JB
- Matrix / Runout (Etched Runout Side B): BU-670-A JB
Lost Highway is a country music song written and recorded by blind country singer-songwriter Leon Payne in 1948. It was released in October 1948 on Nashville-based Bullet label. In the early days of Leon Payne's career, he used to travel from one place to another, trying to find jobs wherever he could. Once he was in California hitchhiking to Alba, Texas, to visit his sick mother, he was unable to get a ride and finally got help from The Salvation Army. He wrote Lost Highway on the edge of the. Baby Boy, Lost Highway 1949. Album by Leon Payne. Lost Highway. was covered in. Lost Highway by The Replacements 2013. Baby Boy, Lost Highway. Play album. Get album. He is perhaps best known for his hits I Love You Because, You've Still Got a Place in My Heart and the 1948 song Lost Highway, a song made famous by Hank Williams in 1949. Leon Payne recorded under the alias Rock Rogers in the rockabilly style. He also wrote under the pen-name of Pat Patter read more. Leon Payne Alba, TX, June 15, 1917 September 11, 1969, the Blind Balladeer, was an American country music singer and songwriter. He wrote hundreds of country songs in a p read more. Текст песни: Im a rolling stone All alone and lost Oh, the life of sin I have paid the видео Воспроизвести все Микс Leon Payne Lost Highway BULLET 670YouTube. Leon Payne. Release Date. October 1948. Now I'm lost Too late to pray Lord, I've paid the cost On the lost highway. Now, boys, don't start Your rambling round On this road of sin Are you sorrow bound Take my advice Or you're cursed the day You've paid the price Of the lost highway. Album 2014 1 Song. Lost Highway - Single. Blues-Rock 2014. Serious country fans know that Lost Highway is a Leon Payne-written Hank Williams classic, but even though Bon Jovi's 2007 album shamelessly trades on iconographic country imagery in a bid for a genre-skipping crossover hit, it's designed for those country fans who don't much care about Hank's legend never mind knowing anything about Leon Payne. Lost Highway has little to do with any country prior to Garth Brooks, a move that makes sense since Garth was the gateway drug to country music for old Bon Jovi fans in the '90s. lyricist and composer: Leon Payne CountryRockabilly artist