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Merle Travis: Travis, Merle Turn Your Radio On - Broadcasts 1944-1965

Auparavant titres inédits de la ville montre Hall Party (1959/1960) et des émissions de radio (1956/1966) et le début (1944) disques de transcription. Fichier côtés Country Routes antérieures RFDCDs 09, 12 et 14. (ROUTES 1998/COUNTRY) 30 titres (69:18)

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  • Interpret: Merle Travis

  • Titre de l'album: Travis, Merle Turn Your Radio On - Broadcasts 1944-1965

  • Genre Country

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Travis, Merle - Travis, Merle Turn Your Radio On - Broadcasts 1944-1965 CD 1
01 Old Joe Clark Merle Travis
02 Nine Pound Hammer Merle Travis
03 Down Yonder Merle Travis
04 The Blues Merle Travis
05 Rock-a-bye-rag Merle Travis
06 Sugar Hill Merle Travis
07 Cincinnati Lou Merle Travis
08 House Of David Blues Merle Travis
09 Memphis Blues Merle Travis
10 Wildwood Flower Merle Travis
11 Midnight Special Merle Travis
12 Bugle Call Rag Merle Travis
13 Give Me Your Hand Merle Travis
14 Fireball Mail Merle Travis
15 Smoke On The Water Merle Travis
16 Fox Chase Merle Travis
17 Turn Your Radio On Merle Travis
18 Maple On The Hill Merle Travis
19 Tiger Rag Merle Travis
20 Mose Merle Rag Merle Travis
21 Old Guitar Blues (In A) Merle Travis
22 I'll See You In My Dreams Merle Travis
23 Sixteen Tons Merle Travis
24 Cannonball Rag Merle Travis
25 John Henry Merle Travis
26 Rock-a-bye-rag Merle Travis
27 Under The Double Eagle Merle Travis
28 No Vacancy Merle Travis
29 So Firm So Round So Fully Packed Merle Travis
30 Nine Pound Hammer Merle Travis
31 I'll See You In My Dreams Merle Travis
Merle Travis Since Merle Travis became a professional musician in 1936, he'd spent a good... plus
"Merle Travis"

Merle Travis

Since Merle Travis became a professional musician in 1936, he'd spent a good bit of his time on the air. 'Town Hall Party'was just one more gig.

Travis, born in 1917 in Muhlenberg County, in Kentucky’s coalmining country, grew up in the small town of Ebenezer. He played banjo first, but soon learned that region's trademark guitar fingerpicking style, which used a thumbpick to pick bass accompaniment while simultaneously playing lead and rhythm on the guitar's treble strings with the index finger. Travis's teachers were local miners and guitar masters Ike Everly (Don and Phil's dad) and Mose Rager. The style was adaptable to nearly any type of music: traditional favorites, blues, country or pop.

Determined that the guitar would help him avoid a life of mining, he turned professional in 1936 in Indiana, and briefly joined fiddler Clayton McMichen's Georgia Wildcats in 1937. As a member of the Drifting Pioneers, he joined Cincinnati's WLW in 1939.  When the station began their weekly 'Boone County Jamboree' barn dance broadcast, Travis, now performing solo, was part of it. He worked with the Delmore Brothers, Grandpa Jones, Hank Penny, and Joe Maphis at WLW, all of whom became close friends. A young Chet Atkins heard Travis on a WLW broadcast. Duly inspired, Atkins created his own picking style.

California became Travis's home in March, 1944. Radio and recording session work took up much of his time at first. Stardom came in 1946 after he signed with Capitol and launched a string of hits beginning with Cincinnati Lou, Divorce Me C.O.D, followed by So Round, So Firm, So Fully Packed, a vocal version of Steel Guitar Rag, Three Times Seven, Fat Gal and Merle's Boogie Woogie.

His composition Smoke! Smoke! Smoke! (That Cigarette), a 1947 hit for Tex Williams, gave Capitol its first million-seller. Few noted Merle's newly-issued acoustic 78 rpm album 'Folk Songs Of The Hills,' which mixed traditional songs with folk-flavored Travis originals, including his impressionistic coal mining tune Sixteen Tons. He was also a regular on Cliffie Stone's KXLA 'Dinner Bell Round-Up'radio show.

In 1949 Travis briefly worked at the 'WRVA Old Dominion Barn Dance' in Richmond Virginia with Joe Maphis and his future wife/performing partner Rose Lee Schetrompf. After returning to L.A., at some point in 1950-51 Travis joined Foreman Phillips's 'B-K Ranch,' a local live TV program that ran six hours daily in TV's pre-network days.  He convinced Philips to bring Joe and Rosie in from Richmond. Soon the three of them were working Hollywood area clubs together.

After 'Town Hall Party' began in 1952, Travis was a frequent guest. The Maphises joined the show's cast and Joe eventually became the show's bandleader. Playing a guitar-picking soldier in the classic 1953 movie set in World War II, 'From Here To Eternity,' Travis's performance of Re-Enlistment Blues became a unifying thread through the entire film which starred Montgomery Clift, Burt Lancaster, Frank Sinatra and Deborah Kerr.

Stardom and fame aggravated Travis's deep-seated personal demons. Gentle and modest when sober, renowned for his cartooning and watch repair skills, he also battled stage fright, anxiety and depression. His drinking binges sometimes turned violent. "Every time Merle was about to make a breakthrough to mass acceptance, a near-tragedy occurred,"  Hank Penny remembered. "He was bent on self-destruction," said friend Wesley Tuttle. "He couldn't stand success."

He underscored that point in January, 1956. As Tennessee Ernie Ford's multi-million selling version of Sixteen Tons brought Travis widespread media attention, he got drunk and shot a clock off the wall at his home, sending third wife Bettie and her stepson fleeing to the street. The LAPD surrounded the house until Joe Maphis and his teenage guitar protégé, Town Hall's Larry Collins, arrived, entered and talked the now-calm Travis into coming out. Later that year, Travis's friends and family erected a granite monument in Ebenezer honoring both Travis and Sixteen Tons. He later wound up in California's Camarillo State Hospital for pill abuse. Hunting buddy Johnny Cash, himself a master pill-popper, visited regularly.

Still a Capitol artist when he made these 1958-59 THP appearances, he hadn't recorded for them since 1955, although he played on old pal Hank Thompson's Capitol recordings and toured with Thompson. These 25 THP performances mix hits, Muhlenberg fingerpicking favorites, and tunes he recorded for Capitol, as well as his protégé Chet Atkins's Main Street Breakdown.

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