Orval Prophet – I'm Going Back To Birmingham, Don't Trade Your Love For Gold. Label: Decca – 46404. I'm Going Back To Birmingham. B. Don't Trade Your Love For Gold.
LyricsI'm Going Back to Birmingham.
In 1957, Prophet Orval returned to Nashville to record two sessions as Johnny Six. His recording of Mademoiselle also became a big Canadian hit, and a local hit in the USA, but once again Prophet Orval retreated back to eastern Ontario to become a local legend. This set gathers all of Prophet Orval's 1950s recordings. The sound on the early songs is tight, rocking Fifties country very much in the Hank Snow tradition. Don't Trade You Love For Gold. 03. The Judgement Day Express.
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Orval William Prophet (31 August 1922 – 4 January 1984) was among the first Canadian country music performers to achieve a career of international scope Prophet recorded the song "Mademoiselle" under the name "Johnny Six", released in 1958
ORVAL PROPHET I'm Going Back To Birmingham/ Don't Trade Your Love For Gold Decca. Signed vinyl record album lp orval prophet's greatest hits autograph. Ships in a business day with tracking.
Orval William Prophet, 31 August 1922, Edwards, Ontario, Canada, d. 4 January 1984, Edwards, Ontario, Canada. Born into a farming family, Prophet was a self-taught guitarist and with his sister, Helen, played local dances while still a young teenager. By his early twenties he was an accomplished musician. Among the songs Prophet recorded over the years are ‘Going Back To Birmingham’, ‘Don’t Trade Your Love For Gold’, ‘Mademoiselle’, ‘Judgement Day Express’, ‘Molly Darling’, ‘Mile After Mile’, ‘Half A Heart’, ‘Town Of Memories’, ‘Forgotten Dreams’, ‘Over In That Happy Land’, ‘It’s Good To Be Home Again’, ‘Travelling Snowman’ (a tribute to fellow Canadian Hank Snow whose vocal sound Prophet’s. resembled), ‘Big River Joe’, ‘Lisa Mae’ and ‘Ol’ Amos’. He also wrote and recorded ‘Lois And Me’, named for Lois Haley who became his first wife in 1961, but died eight years later.
From Infogalactic: the planetary knowledge core. Orval William Prophet. Orval William Prophet (31 August 1922 – 4 January 1984) was among the first Canadian country music performers to achieve a career of international scope. 1 Early life Prophet recorded the song "Mademoiselle" under the name "Johnny Six", released in 1958 Other appearances included CBC Television's The Tommy Hunter Show and at the Grand Ole Opry in Nashville.
Produced by Easy Mo Bee. Album Life After Death. Going Back to Cali Lyrics. no love lost Got me mixed up, you drunk them licks up Mad 'cause I got my dick sucked And my balls licked, forfeit, the game is mine I'ma spell my name one more time, check it It's the, N-O, T-O, R-I, O U-S, you just, lay down, slow Recognize a real Don when you see one. Sipping on booze in the House of Blues
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