Columbia Singles (Remastered) Billy Mize
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- 1Terrible Tangled Web02:06
- 2You Don't Have Very Far to Go02:39
- 3Don't Let the Blues Make You Bad02:04
- 4Walking My Fool01:56
- 5You Can't Stop Me02:29
- 6Bigger the Fool02:43
- 7It's Gonna Get Lonely02:47
- 8Imagine Me02:27
- 9I'd Rather Have You Than My Pride02:09
- 10Lights of Albuquerque02:11
- 11Walking Through the Memories of My Mind02:48
- 12Wind (I'll Catch Up to You)02:12
Info for Columbia Singles (Remastered)
Billy Mize was born in a small Kansas town during the Great Depression. To the families living in the central United States it was known as the “Dirty Thirties”. A decade when giant, black, dust clouds forced many families west in search of jobs. The Mize family, as well as others, settled in a growing California oil town named Bakersfield. These families brought the musical styles of Oklahoma, Colorado, Texas and Kansas with them. This fusion gave birth to an exciting, raw-edged style of country music known for its piercing guitar and honest, down-to-earth lyrics. This was the birth of the Bakersfield Sound, and one of its founding members was Billy Mize.
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