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Tom T. Hall 50 Greatest Hits
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  • CD1: 1. I Washed My Face In The Morning Dew
  • CD1: 2. Ainít Got The Time
  • CD1: 3. The World The Way I Want It
  • CD1: 4. Ballad Of Forty Dollars
  • CD1: 5. Cloudy Day
  • CD1: 6. Homecoming
  • CD1: 7. Strawberry Farms
  • CD1: 8. Shoeshine Man
  • CD1: 9. A Week In A County Jail
  • CD1: 10. I Miss A Lot Of Trains
  • CD1: 11. Day Drinkiní
  • CD1: 12. Salute To A Switchblade
  • CD1: 13. Chattanooga Dog
  • CD1: 14. Ode To A Half A Pound Of Ground Round
  • CD1: 15. One Hundred Children
  • CD1: 16. Old Enough To Want To (Fool Enough To Try)
  • CD1: 17. I Canít Dance
  • CD1: 18. The Year That Clayton Delaney Died
  • CD1: 19. Tulsa Telephone Book
  • CD1: 20. It Sure Can Get Cold In Des Moines
  • CD1: 21. Second Handed Flowers
  • CD1: 22. Me And Jesus
  • CD1: 23. The Monkey That Became President
  • CD1: 24. Old Dogs, Children and Watermelon Wine
  • CD1: 25. More About John Henry
  • CD2: 1. Ravishing Ruby
  • CD2: 2. Spokane Motel Blues
  • CD2: 3. Candy In The Window
  • CD2: 4. Donít Forget The Coffee Billy Joe
  • CD2: 5. Watergate Blues
  • CD2: 6. I Love
  • CD2: 7. Country Is
  • CD2: 8. That Song Is Driving Me Crazy
  • CD2: 9. Sneaky Snake
  • CD2: 10. I Care
  • CD2: 11. Deal
  • CD2: 12. I Like Beer
  • CD2: 13. Faster Horses (The Cowboy and The Poet)
  • CD2: 14. Negatory Romance
  • CD2: 15. Fox On The Run
  • CD2: 16. Itís All In The Game
  • CD2: 17. Your Man Loves You, Honey
  • CD2: 18. A Bar With No Beer
  • CD2: 19. Hello, Weíre Lonely (with Patti Page)
  • CD2: 20. The Last Of The Drifters (with Johnny Cash)
  • CD2: 21. Shoes And Dress That Alice Wore
  • CD2: 22. Redneck Riviera
  • CD2: 23. Ships Go Out
  • CD2: 24. Bill Monroe For Breakfast
  • CD2: 25. The Way Iíve Always Been

Tom T. Hall 50 Greatest Hits

Tom T Hall is often called ĎThe Nashville Storytellerí Ė a tribute to his contribution to revitalising the storytelling style in Country Music across decades.

Signed to Mercury Records in Nashville in 1967, Tom T Hall quickly started racking up the country hits Ė the first in 1968 with Ballad Of Forty Dollars. Dozens of Top Ten hits followed.

He has delivered 35 albums in his career with over 50 country charting singles, and with the exception of a handful of albums for RCA, all were recorded for Mercury. This collection gathers together all the Mercury singles and a handful of great tracks with which Tom T Hall is associated.

Songwriting is what Tom T Hall is all about, and all but a couple of these tracks are self-written. He remains one of the most prolific and successful of all country songwriters.

Complete List of Tom. T Hall Albums