Marty Robbins ‎– More Greatest Hits - 1961- Folk, World, & Country (Vinyl)


Marty Robbins ‎– More Greatest Hits - 1961- Folk, World, & Country (Vinyl)

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Robbins was born in Glendale, a suburb of Phoenix in Maricopa County, Arizona. It's been claimed that his mother was mostly of Paiute Indianheritage;[5] however, both his parents were listed as "white" in US censuses.[6] Robbins was reared in a difficult family situation. His father took odd jobs to support the family of 10 children, but his drinking led to divorce in 1937. Among his warmer memories of his childhood, Robbins recalled having listened to stories of the American West told by his maternal grandfather, Texas Bob Heckle, who was a local medicine man.[7] Robbins left the troubled home at 17 to serve in the United States Navy as an LCT coxswain during World War II. He was stationed in the Solomon Islands in the Pacific Ocean. To pass the time during the war, he learned to play the guitar, started writing songs,[8] and came to love Hawaiian music.

After his discharge from the military in 1947, he began to play at local venues in Phoenix,[8] then moved on to host his own show on KTYL and then his own television show on KPHO-TV in Phoenix. After Little Jimmy Dickens made a guest appearance on Robbins' TV show, Dickens got Robbins a record deal with Columbia Records. Robbins became known for his appearances at the Grand Ole Opry in Nashville, Tennessee. In 1980, Robbins appeared on the PBS music program Austin City Limits (season 5).

In addition to his recordings and performances, Robbins was an avid race car driver, competing in 35 career NASCAR Grand National (now Monster Energy Cup) races with six top-10 finishes,[9]including the 1973 Firecracker 400.[10] In 1967, Robbins played himself in the car racing film Hell on Wheels.[11] Robbins was partial to Dodges prepared by NASCAR Hall-of-Famer Cotton Owens, and owned and raced Chargers and then a 1978 Dodge Magnum. He was also the driver of the 60th Indianapolis 500 Buick Century pace car in 1976. His last race was in a Junior Johnson-built 1982 Buick Regal in the Atlanta Journal 500 on November 7, 1982, a month before his death.

Sleeve Condition (Out of 10) ~ 10
Label Condition (Out of 10) ~ 10 
Vinyl Condition ~ (Out of 10) 
Side 10
side 2 -10
BIN # 137 amazing shape !

Label: Columbia ‎– CL-1635
Format:Vinyl, LP, Mono, Compilation 


A1 El Paso
A2 Like All The Other Times
A3 Is There Any Chance
A4 Ride, Cowboy Ride
A5 A Time And A Place For Everything
A6 Red River Valley
B1 Don't Worry
B2 Streets Of Laredo
B3 Saddle Tramp
B4 Ballad Of The Alamo
B5 I Told My Heart
B6 Big Iron

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