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Published in : 2009-07-06 | by tarquin45
Marty's top 10 hit from 1974. Marty was widely regarded as the best non-professional driver on the Nascar circuit. Somewhat incongrous for a guy whom at one ...
Published in : 2009-07-05 | by tarquin45
From Marty's 1964 album 'RFD' comes this Jeanne Pruett ballad. The usual high standard from the great man.
Published in : 2008-05-31 | by tarquin45
From Marty's 'Island Woman' comes this great Joe Babcock song. John Keats once wrote 'A Thing Of Beauty Is A Joy Forever.' That could well sum up the voice ...
Published in : 2009-07-26 | by tarquin45
This to my way of thinking was one of the most unusual songs that Marty ever recorded. You don't exactly expect him ever to sing about Greenwich Village, New ...
Published in : 2009-06-22 | by tarquin45
This only made it to the number 60 spot on the Country charts in 1973. Columbia Records probably had no interest in promoting the disc as Marty had upped ...
Published in : 2008-06-05 | by tarquin45
When Marty first got the chance to record in Dallas, a guy at the recording session wanted Marty to record his songs, but Marty thought his own songs were better ...
Published in : 2008-10-26 | by tarquin45
I doubt as a young lad when walking across the Arizona desert to see his idol Gene Autry in his latest sagebrush saga, Marty for one moment thought he would ...
Published in : 2008-12-23 | by tarquin45
This lovely ballad is from Marty's 1970 album 'My Woman, My Woman My Wife' which came at a time shortly after Marty had had his first heart attack and ...
Published in : 2009-04-18 | by tarquin45
This is Marty singing this famous old hymn written by one Septimus Winner of Philadelphia. It's a 'live' Opry performance and comes from the excellent 'Live Opry ...
Published in : 2008-04-26 | by tarquin45
Another lovely ballad penned by Marty from his 1977 album 'Don't Let Me Touch You.'