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Jimmy Dean - Marvin Rainwater - Rusty Evans - Country & Western Jamboree album

Jimmy Dean - Marvin Rainwater - Rusty Evans - Country & Western Jamboree album

  • Performer: Jimmy Dean
  • Genre: Folk music
  • Title: Country & Western Jamboree
  • Style: Country, Rockabilly
  • Country: Canada
  • MP3 version size: 1120 mb
  • FLAC version size: 1126 mb
  • Rating: 4.5
  • Votes: 978


Complete your Jimmy Dean - Marvin Rainwater - Rusty Evans collection.

Also shown here among the crew are Marvin Carroll and Herb Jones along with Mary Klick, Fiddlin' Buck Ryan. and comic relief by Quincy Snodgrass. The full half-hour kinescope can be purchased on DVD from the Kinevideo

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Country & western jamboree - hank thompson - jerry byrd - dale evans. Country & Western Music Jamboree 3lp box RCA/Reader's Digest VG++. Title: "Country & Western Jamboree". B1 –T. Texas Tyler Fireman's & Engineer's Ball. Country & Western Music Jamboree 3 Records.

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Jimmy Dean Marvin Rainwater Rockabilly LP Record.


A1 Jimmy Dean Release Me
A2 Jimmy Dean There Stand The Glass
A3 Jimmy Dean I'm Fellin' For You
A4 Jimmy Dean Queen Of Hearts
A5 Rusty Evans Jack O'Diamonds
A6 Rusty Evans Poor Little Peggy
B1 Rusty Evans Outlaw
B2 Rusty Evans Gotta Move Along
B3 Marvin Rainwater Boo Hoo
B4 Marvin Rainwater I Can't Forget
B5 Marvin Rainwater Tough Top Cat
B6 Marvin Rainwater Honky Tonk In Your Heart


"AS 107" on the cover and labels
"A-107" and "AS-107" on the back cover

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
ALS 107 Jimmy Dean · Marvin Rainwater · Rusty Evans Jimmy Dean · Marvin Rainwater · Rusty Evans - Country & Western Jamboree ‎(LP, Comp) Pentagon ALS 107 Canada Unknown