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Sep-72Volume One: Number One..19729
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.3A Letter from the Publisher.19729
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.6Down Home and AroundDIXIE HALL19729
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.8People on the Scene.19729
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.10Gospel.19729
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.15Country News (Special Elvis Feature).19729
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.24Hell-raising and Hard TimesCHRISTOPHER WREN19729
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.28Johnny Cash Rediscovers his Gospel RootsJACK HURST19729
..Johnny Cash's life has not been an easy one, as Christopher Wren so vividly illustrates in this excerpt from his recently published biography about Cash, 'Winners Got Scars Too.' Nor has Johnny Cash's life been a predictable one. Jack Hurst's observations of Cash's recent involvement with religious songs and Rev' Jimmy Snow indicate that an amazing transformation has taken place'.19729
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.34Tom T. Hall: A Tale of Bad Zippers and Good BreaksJAY EHIER19729
..Although he's becoming one of the hottest performers on the country music scene, Tom T. is first and foremost a songwriter. That's how he thinks of himself. Tom talks about his early career, how 'Harper Valley' changed his life, and he also has a few words to say about the trouble with Nashville today..19729
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.40Hitch Your Truck to a Country StarNEVILLE RAYMOND 19729
..John Steinbeck once said that truck drivers cruise across the surface of the nation without ever being part of it. But truck drivers are a major part of country music. In this story the truckers themselves tell why they are such solid country music fans and talk about the lifestyle they share with country musicians..19729
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.47Country Music Interviews: Conway TwittyCHARLIE BURTON19729
..There were quite a few eyebrows raised when handsome rock 'n' roll idol of the fifties, Conway Twitty took himself back down country roads. Conway feels it's been a natural progression' In this interview, he takes us through his long and varied career..19729
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.53So, You Wanna Be a Country StarCHET ATKINS19729
..In this magazine we intend to offer help to our friends who are trying to break into the country music field. Here, Chet Atkins (no elaboration necessary) gives aspiring guitarists the benefit of his many years of experience. Your fingernails will never be the same..19729
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.59Records.19729
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.66Films.19729
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10Volume II, Number 4 Aug-92THE JOURNAL.
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.4LETTERS TO THE EDITOR..
..Journal readers get chatty about Rose Maddox, Bob Wills, Red Foley, The DeZuriks, Roy Acuff and more. Plus, photos and memorabilia galore...
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.6PAST AND PRESENT..
..Introducing two new journal writers, a profile on noted Grand Ole Opry photographer Les Leverett (many of the photographs you see in The Journal are his), INN salutes former Texas Playboys, 1950's baseball in Nashville, The Hackberry Ramblers and more...
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.8PEE WEE KING - GOLDEN TOUCHBy Charles Wolfe.
..Charles Wolfe traces the illustrious career of the man who introduced 'Tennessee Waltz' to the world. In the late 1930's, Pee Wee and his band, The Golden West Cowboys, brought a sense of professionalism and organization to the budding country music industry..
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.12WWVA JAMBOREE - PRESERVING THE BARN DANCE TRADITIONBy Ivan Tribe.
..For almost 60 years, the WWVA Jamboree has kept the barn dance tradition alive in the central part of the United States. Though the format and venues have changed, the show goes on...
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.16JOHNNIE & JACK - BROTHERS UNDER THE SKINBy Eddie Stubbs.
..At the height of country music's brother act period, Johnnie Wright and Jack Anglin came up with a new twist-the brother-in-law act. Eventually, Johnnie had to go on alone...
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.18HANK PENNY - PEERLESS BANDLEADER, PIONEER COMICBy Rich Kienzle.
..In the 1930's Hank Penny pioneered Western swing in the Southeast. Based in California after World War II, he led several bands, was a pioneer country comedian and founded the legendary Palomino Club. Penny never bent for anyone...
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.20MUSIC FROM THE LONE STAR STATE - BOOK BONUSBy Douglas B. Green and Bob Pinson.
..Texas has always played an important role in country music's history In this excerpt from Chapter Four of The Illustrated History of Country Music, the authors look at Appalachian, Cajun and Norteno music and start in on singing cowboys...
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.24CLASSIC ALBUMSby Jay Orr.
..On January, 13, 1968, Johnny Cash became the first country artist to record a live album in a prison. This landmark album, Johnny Cash at Folsom Prison, sold six million copies. Jay Orr tells the 'inside' story..
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.26NEW TRADITIONS/OLD TRADITIONSby Rich Kienzle.
..Buck Owens has been an inspiration to many, but here he tells who inspired him. Buck grew up in Arizona. Records brought him all kinds of music. Rich Kienzle talks to him about everyone from Bill Monroe to Chuck Berry..
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.28RECOMMENDED RECORDINGSby Rich Kienzle.
..Reissues abound, with items on Buck Owens, Johnny Cash, Pee Wee King, Tex Ritter, Johnnie & Jack and more. Plus, Rich Kienzle's Reissue Tipsheet to tell you what's coming soon...
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.34RECOLLECTIONSby Lawrence Waitman.
..A new column featuring memoirs on people, places and things in country music history, from people who were there. This time out, Lawrence Waitman reflects on the early days of Sunset Park, a country music park in Pennsylvania that was founded by his father in 1940...
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