vinyl condition: G (some surface noise)
A fantastic rockabilly-type ballad.
Sanders was originally a disc jockey in Elizabethtown, Kentucky and later a performer at the Lincoln Jamboree and Renfro Valley Barn Dance. He recorded a few rockabilly songs in 1957 under the name Curly Sanders before making his Grand Ole Opry debut in 1959.
Between 1960 and 1980, he hit fourteen times on the charts with singles released by Liberty, Imperial and United Artists labels. He also sang backing vocals for Ray Price.