Goldie Hill Smith – Goldie Sings Again (1968/2018) [FLAC 24 bit, 96 kHz]

Goldie Hill Smith - Goldie Sings Again (1968/2018) [FLAC 24 bit, 96 kHz] Download

Artist: Goldie Hill Smith
Album: Goldie Sings Again
Genre: Country
Release Date: 1968/2018
Audio Format:: FLAC (tracks) 24 bit, 96 kHz
Duration: 26:34
Total Tracks: 11
Total Size: 625 MB


1. Goldie Hill Smith – There’s Gotta Be More to Life (Than Loving a Man) (02:12)
2. Goldie Hill Smith – Don’t Worry (03:14)
3. Goldie Hill Smith – Bye, Bye Love (02:21)
4. Goldie Hill Smith – They Took the Stars Out of Heaven (02:10)
5. Goldie Hill Smith – I Wouldn’t Buy a Used Car from Him (02:11)
6. Goldie Hill Smith – If My Heart Had Windows (02:46)
7. Goldie Hill Smith – Amost Enough (02:24)
8. Goldie Hill Smith – Blue, Blue Day (02:23)
9. Goldie Hill Smith – I Hung My Head and Cried (02:14)
10. Goldie Hill Smith – Why, Why, Why (02:12)
11. Goldie Hill Smith – I Forgot More Than You’ll Ever Know (02:23)


Goldie soaked up the popular country music of the era and developed a talent for singing. Early on, Goldie’s older brothers Tommy and Ken left a life of cotton picking determined to make a name for themselves in country music. Within a few years, they were backing up Hank Williams, Johnny Horton, and Webb Pierce. Sister Goldie officially got her start on the Louisiana Hayride in 1953 as part of Tommy’s band. Billed as “the Golden Hillbilly,” she scored a number one hit in 1953 with her second single, “I Let the Stars Get in My Eyes,” originally written by Tommy for Kitty Wells. Among her other charting tunes were several duets with either Ernest Tubb’s son Justin Tubb or Red Sovine, including the big hit “Yankee Go Home.” In 1957 she married country singer Carl Smith following his divorce from June Carter. In the late ’60s she made a short-lived comeback as Goldie Hill Smith, without much fanfare. Following Carl Smith’s retirement from music in the late ’70s, he and Goldie lived on their horse farm outside of Franklin, TN, and the two began to show horses professionally during the course of the decade.

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