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    Ms Moore is best known for turning this Wilma Burgess song into a big soul hit, big enough to save the Malaco label from bankruptcy back in 73:



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    We started out with a couple of plaintive Hank Williams tunes, so here's an up-tempo one instead: "Hey Good Lookin'"


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    And another up-tempo song: "The Race Is On", from George Jones


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    Quote Originally Posted by seismic-2 View Post
    And another up-tempo song: "The Race Is On", from George Jones
    A cover version:

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    incidently, when I was a little kid, I heard OC Smith doing "God Didn't Make Little Green Apples" and thought it was Charlie Pride

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    More uptempo tunes! Tanya Tucker covering the Eagles


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    Is this uptempo enough for you? Leroy Van Dyke sings "The Auctioneer Song", which had been a hit for him in 1956


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    This isn't really "classic" (it's from 1995), but the previous video makes me want to post John Michael Montgomery's own auction song, "Sold"


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    Quote Originally Posted by seismic-2 View Post
    And another up-tempo song: "The Race Is On", from George Jones

    I was shocked recently to hear Jack Jones' version of this song and that it was actually a pop hit (which the Possum's wasn't). Needless to say, George's is far superior.
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    Quote Originally Posted by seismic-2 View Post
    Is this uptempo enough for you? Leroy Van Dyke sings "The Auctioneer Song", which had been a hit for him in 1956

    I can do I've Been Everywhere at karaoke, but my mouth doesn't work that fast to to even attempt this one.
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    Think this may have been Conway Twitty's final recording.


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    It's time for another drinking song. Here's Ernest Tubb with "Just A Drink Away". A great example of old-time Texas honky-tonk music!


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    And a fun drinking song this time, from Roger Miller.



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    Oh heck, let's have some more Ernest Tubb. Here's one of his biggest hits, "Waltz Across Texas".


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