The writer of the booklet notes points out that Cowboy Copas had more hits than Patsy Cline did at the time, and contrasts the attention subsequently given to Patsy with the lack of attention given to the others, I think it might have something to do with Add to cart. Only 1 left in stock more on the way.
Enjoyed it. Best of the Best. Only 1 left in stock - order soon. I ordered this CD because of his wonderful voice and the wonderful songs he sang. This CD has "Candy Kisses" which I used to play over and over again on the jukebox at one of our local restaurants. Of course, that was a long time ago. Best of the Best describes this CD very well. You won't be disappointed. What a wonderful and smooth voice Cowboy Copas had. Great to hear him again! Another country singin' star Cowboy Copas that died in so I took a chance.
Glad I did this is a real fine CD with a little rockin',western swingin' and singin'. Classic music by one of the most under-rated stars of all time. The E-mail Address es field is required. Please enter recipient e-mail address es. The E-mail Address es you entered is are not in a valid format. Please re-enter recipient e-mail address es. You may send this item to up to five recipients. The name field is required. Please enter your name. The E-mail message field is required.
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Subjects Country music -- Country music. Off the top of my head, I can't think of many of Cope's contemporaries on the Opry who fronted a full country band e. I guess Hank Snow is the closest comparison, in this regard.
Songs That Made Him Famous is a thoroughly enjoyable album that has several songs that follow the flatpicking formula I described above. Cope also sings several ballads that highlight his vocal talents. While all of the songs have the same echoey-but-clean early stereo production, there's a welcome diversity to the arrangements: some songs feature prominent acoustic guitar, some have a rollicking piano that rings through each of the verses, some have back-up singers, some have a rock'n'roll flavor, and some have an old-time country feel.
Overall, I think this diversity really speaks to the talents of Cowboy Copas. He was an excellent singer and a talented musician, equally adept at performing traditional country music, countrypolitan, honkytonk or even rock'n'roll. Find yourself a copy if you can! I knew if you continued in the country vein from this time period, you'd eventually hit one that my uncle played on.
I know that he played on some of Cope's recordings, and several of his hits. I don't know specifically which ones. You are right about one thing, Cope's vocal style. It is hard to find many country singers in that time period who actually had good voices.
Copas was no Elvis, but he did have a nice voice. Cope was a friend of my family. My mother sang in a trio with his daughter, Cathy, who lost her husband, Randy Hughes, in that tragic plane crash. I was only 16 at the time, but I remember it like yesterday, as it was a tragedy close to home for all of us.
The highway patrol flew my dad via copter to the crash scene for identification purposes, but as the plane hit the ground at about a 60 degree angle and over MPH estimated , there was nothing to identify. I think of him now as a real country music pioneer. Signed, Sealed and Delivered. Sunny Tennessee.
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