mostraligabue
» » Tennessee Ernie Ford : The Man and His Music

ePub Tennessee Ernie Ford : The Man and His Music download

by Jody McCall

ePub Tennessee Ernie Ford : The Man and His Music download
Author:
Jody McCall
ISBN13:
978-1570721663
ISBN:
1570721661
Language:
Publisher:
s.n; 1st edition (October 6, 2000)
Category:
ePub file:
1490 kb
Fb2 file:
1528 kb
Other formats:
lrf docx azw mobi
Rating:
4.4
Votes:
276

Tennessee Ernie Ford book.

Tennessee Ernie Ford book.

Tennessee Ernie Ford : The Man and His Music. Tennessee Ernie was a true super-star, and yet the man himself was remarkably FREE of the neuroses and excesses that corrupt and destroy the personal lives of so many of them

Tennessee Ernie Ford : The Man and His Music. Tennessee Ernie Ford: His Life & Times. Tennessee Ernie Ford. Tennessee Ernie was a true super-star, and yet the man himself was remarkably FREE of the neuroses and excesses that corrupt and destroy the personal lives of so many of them. a loving husband and father, who cared deeply for his family, provided for them, treasured his vacation time with them, and ultimately longed to retire from the meat-grinder of show business and get back to life on the ranch.

The book covers Ford's roots, talents, career, and personal life with emphasis on his contribution as a pioneer in the making of American music for five decades.

Tennessee Ernie Ford: все альбомы, включая Les idoles de la musique américaine : Tennessee Ernie Ford, Vol. 1, Silent Night, Wheel of Fortune и другие. We Love Country Music. Tennessee Ernie Ford, Wynn Stewart. The Tennessee Ernie Show the 1953 Radio Shows, Vol. 1 Episode 1 & 2.

Ernest Jennings Ford (February 13, 1919 – October 17, 1991), known professionally as Tennessee Ernie Ford, was an American singer and television host who enjoyed success in the country and Western, pop, and gospel musical genres

Ernest Jennings Ford (February 13, 1919 – October 17, 1991), known professionally as Tennessee Ernie Ford, was an American singer and television host who enjoyed success in the country and Western, pop, and gospel musical genres. Noted for his rich bass-baritone voice and down-home humor, he is remembered for his hit recordings of "The Shotgun Boogie" and his version of "Sixteen Tons".

The booming baritone voice of Tennessee Ernie Ford was best known for his 1955 cover of Merle Travis' grim . But there was more to Tennessee Ernie Ford than that.

The booming baritone voice of Tennessee Ernie Ford was best known for his 1955 cover of Merle Travis' grim coal-mining song "Sixteen Tons," watered down by the dulcet strains of a Hollywood studio orchestra but retaining its innate seriousness thanks to the sheer power of Ford's singing. Over his long career, Ford sang everything from proto-rock & roll to gospel, recorded over 100 albums, and earned numerous honors and awards, including the Presidential Medal of Freedom, the nation's highest civilian award.

Tennessee Ernie Ford. Album I’d Like to Teach the World to Sing. Davy, Davy Crockett, the man who don't know fear. Ballad Of Davy Crockett Lyrics. When he lost his love, his grief was gall In his heart, he wanted to leave it all And lose hisself in the forest tall But he answered, instead, his country's call. Davy, Davy Crockett, the choice of the whole frontier. His land is the biggest, his land is the best From grassy plaines to the mountain crest He's ahead of us all and meetin' the test And a'follern' his legend right into the west. Davy, Davy Crockett, king of the wild frontier Davy, Davy Crockett, king of the wild frontier.

tennessee ernie ford скачать в mp3 на телефон или слушайте песню Tennessee Ernie Ford - Sixteen . Tennessee Ernie Ford –The Cry Of The Wild Goose. Fats Domino With His Orchestra –Blueberry Hill. Tennessee Ernie Ford –Mr. And Mississippi.

tennessee ernie ford скачать в mp3 на телефон или слушайте песню Tennessee Ernie Ford - Sixteen Tons, Tennessee Ernie Ford - Shot-Gun Boogie, Tennessee Ernie Ford - Dixie, Tennessee Ernie Ford, Tex Williams - I'm A Bad Man, Tennessee Ernie Ford - Hey, Mr. Cotton Picker и другие популярные треки и рингтоны. Tennessee Ernie Ford –In the Middle of an Island. Tennessee Ernie Ford –The Valiant Conscript. Tennessee Ernie Ford –Shotgun Boogie.

Watch the video for Sixteen Tons from Tennessee Ernie Ford's Vintage . Some people say a man is made outta mud a poor man's made outta muscle and blood muscle and blood and skin and bones a mind that's.

Watch the video for Sixteen Tons from Tennessee Ernie Ford's Vintage Collections for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. Orchestrated with a clarinet lead, not a typical country music instrument, by Jack Fascinato. Classic pop-country crossover hit of 1955-56, reaching on both Billboard's pop and country charts. Some people say a man is made outta mud a poor man's made outta muscle and blood muscle and blood and skin and bones a mind that's a-weak and a bac. iew full lyrics.

This is the first full biography of Ernest Jennings Ford (Tennessee Ernie Ford) - taken from 45 years of personal observation and ten years of research, with extensive input from his own family, friends, and close associates.

The book covers Ford's roots, talents, career, and personal life with emphasis on his contribution as a pioneer in the making of American music for five decades. As a supremely accomplished entertainer, he excelled in being himself.

  • A real insight into this good man's life and his music. The author certainly did excellent research and created a very enjoyable read into the background of his family and his rise to fame.

  • When I found out that a biography was written about Tennessee Ernie Ford, I couldn't wait to read it. What a waste of time! He's singing on page 4, dies on page 5, and is living through the Great Depression on page 6. This book is pitiful. No organization whatsoever. The author is like a leap frog. She spends more time talking about Johnny Cash and other singers, than she does about Ernie. She spends more time talking about his brother Stanley's death, than his death. She also has a lot of nerve to "critique" his recordings. Anyone who listens to Ernie singing the powerful "Were You There" and then fusses about his pronucication, has missed the beauty and sincerity of his singing. The best title for this book would be "Recollections and Reflections of Tennessee Ernie Ford's Family". Maybe his family will seek out a true fan that has writing skill to write a biography worthy of a great man. Other than an interesting story about Ernie serenading a girl, this book has little value. The author brags about how one of the sons read her "work" and was "kind" enough not to change a word of it. Well, he didn't do her a favor. It might have been kind for her, but it was awful for his fans and worse for his Ernie. As Ernie would put it "This book is useless as a milk bucket under a bull."

  • As a lifelong fan of Ol' Ern I was excited to finally find a bio on the most famous pea picker of them all. Despite my love of the man as a performer I was aware that not only was he one of the most beloved entertainers, he did have vices. His drinking being the most noted. However, it seems that any blemishes in his character were passed over and the author takes a stand in her admiration of him that seems to be mostly aimed at keeping his remaining family members happy. Betty Ford, his first wife was known to be a strong extenstion of his life, but where were the details and his feelings about her passing? Why was his will made out to favor his last wife of 2 years over his 2 adult sons? Why was so little said about Ernie's death? He was the subject of this book, but he was alive on one page and gone on the next, and I, as a reader and fan felt deprived of having an opportunity to grieve for the man. I didn't want or expect a glossed over account of Ernie Ford's life, but that's what I came away from this book with.
    I truly hope one day someone will write a novel about this wonderfully remarkable, talented man...present him warts and all and allow us to see more then one dimension of one of countries finest baritones and untouchable as a gospel singer. But, most of all a man that had some terrible moments in life but still gave pleasure to thousands of people. That's the Tennessee Ernie Ford I want to read about