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Person
ISNI: 
0000 0000 6308 9541
Name: 
Foley, Clyde Julian
Foley, Red
Rambling Rod Foley
Dates: 
1910-1968
Creation class: 
cre
Musical sound recording
Notated music
Creation role: 
author
performer
Related names: 
Cline, Patsy (1932-1963)
Foley, Red (1910-1968)
Franklin Mint Records Society
Lynn, Loretta
Pierce, Webb (1921-1991)
Rambling Red Foley & The Cumberland Ridge Runners (isMemberOf)
Sunshine Trio
Travis, Merle (1917-1983)
Tubb, Ernest (1914-1984)
Wells, Kitty
Williams, Hank (1923-1953)
Titles: 
1952 March of Dimes
75 years of the WSM Grand Ole Opry.
archive collection of great country music, The
Backline - the original singles
Best of Kitty Wells
Beyond the sunset
Blue eyed Elaine
Bye bye love
Candy kisses
Chattanoogie shoe shine boy Sugarfoot rag
Christmas time
Company's comin'
Country and western a dozen famous songs from the Wild West; including: It takes a worried man, The streets of Laredo, Wabash Cannon ball, Red River valley, Columbus stockade blues with Red Foley, Burl Ives, Bill Monroe, Jimmy Martin, Webb Pierce and others
Cry cry darling
Dear hearts and gentle people
Detour
Disc jockey interviews with music
FRAULEIN
gave me wedding dress away, I
Goodnight Irene
Grand Ole Opry, 75 years.
Greatest country music recordings of all time Country gospel Tennessee Ernie Ford, Jimmie Davis, Chuck Wagon Gang, The
Hadacol boogie
He walks with Thee
Hearts of stone
Heroes of country music. legends of Nashville.
Hillbilly fever! ; v. 3. legends of of Nashville
HILLBILLY JAMBOREE
How far is heaven
I'll do it everytime
I'll get along somehow
I'll sail my ship alone
I'm tired
iron horse vintage railroad songs 1926 - 1952, The
It's been so long
It wasn't God who made Honky-tonk angels
Just a closer walk with thee
Kitty Wells' and Red Foley's golden favorites
Legends of Nashville
Let's all sing with Red Foley
Let's say goodbye like we said hello [SR] p1991:
Letters have no arms
Love, love
love you because, I
Makin'believe
Married man blues
MILT BUCKET BOOGIE
Mr Moon
Much too often
MY HEART CRIES FOR YOU
Nashville sound-- Owen Bradley, The
New nine pound Hammer
No vacancy
Oklahoma hills
Old sheep the Red Foley recordings 1933 - 1950
Old Shep the Red Foley recordings, 1933-1950.
Passing of Jimmie Rodgers, The
Pauline
Red and Ernie
Red Foley and the Cumberland Valley Boys
Red Foley ; Jimmy Davis ; Ernest Tubb and his Texas Troubadours
Red Foley recordings, 1933-1950
Red Foley's Homespun hits;
Red Foley show., The
Red Foley ; Trail Blazers
Rum and Coca Cola
SALTY DOG RAG, anonyme
Satisfied mind, A
Seaman's blues
Seventy-five years of the WSM Grand Ole Opry
Signed, sealed and delivered
Slow poison
Smoke on the water
Souvenir album
Sugarfoot rag
Suis le droit chemin
super country and western festival 40 stars, 40 songs including, A
Swingbillies
Talk to your heart
Tâter pie
Tennessee Saturday night
There stands the glass
Things I might have been, The
Tomorrow never comes
Too old to cut the mustard
Vintage country
Walkin' after Midnight
Walking the floor over you
Waltz across Texas
Why don't you haul off and love me
winner of your heart, The
wish I had never seen sunshine, I
Wondering
You nearly lose your mind
You two timed me one time too often
Contributed to or performed: 
Chattanoogie Shoe Shine Boy
Country Music Hall of Fame Series
Foggy River
Hillbilly Fever (disc 4)
Red Foley
Sing Me an Old Hillybilly Ballad
Sugarfoot Rag
Tennessee Saturday Night
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