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4. You'll Never Ever See Me Cry. Cowboy Copas. 5. I Built a Fence Around My Heart. 6. Peaches and Cream. 7. I Can't Remember to Forget. 8. Why Do the Stormy Winds Blow. 9. If I Should Come Back. 10. My True Confession.
Cowboy Copas (July 15, 1913 – March 5, 1963) was an American country music singer and guitarist. He often had his daughter, Kathy Copas, accompany him on his recordings and tours. He died in the 1963 plane crash that also killed country musicians Patsy Cline, Hawkshaw Hawkins, and Randy Hughes.
Cowboy Copas And His Friends with Friends 0 0. Starday SLP-268. Filipino BabyLouisianOrange Blossom SpecialAlabamFool's Side Of TownModel T And Train RaceDon't Shake Hands With The DevilKatie HillDreamingEleven More MonthsThose Gone And Left Me BluesSmoke On The WaterDoes He Mean That Much To YouBarn Dance Jubilee. The Legend Lives On 1 0. Starday SLP-317.
Starday Album Discography, Part 1 SLP-101 to SLP-199 (1956-1962) By David Edwards, Mike Callahan, and Patrice Eyries Last update: August 1, 2009. By the time Starday started issuing albums, it was a well-established label with a number of high-profile country artists. Many of these were performers in Nashville's Grand Ole Opry. SLP-157 - Opry Star Spotlight on Cowboy Copas - Cowboy Copas Sixteen Fathoms/Now That You're Gone/Sweet Lips/Mental Cruelty /Wings of a Dove/Flat Top Pickin'//The Rebel-Johnny Yuma/That's All I Can Remember/Loose Talk /Sleepy Eyed John/The Twenty-Fourth Hour/A Satisfied Mind.
Cowboy Copas - 1947 CountryCountry. Release source: CD. Year: 2014. 03. My Blues Are Gone.