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Performer: Pee Wee King
Title: The Legendary Pee Wee King
Style: Country, Western Swing
Category: Folk, Country
Rating: 4.7 ✦
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Julius Frank Anthony Kuczynski (February 18, 1914 – March 7, 2000), known professionally as Pee Wee King, was an American country music songwriter and recording artist best known for co-writing "Tennessee Waltz". King was born in Abrams, Wisconsin to a Polish American family and lived in Abrams during his youth. He learned to play the accordion from his father, who was a professional polka musician. In the 1930s, he toured and made cowboy movies with Gene Autry. King joined the Grand Ole Opry in 1937.

Photography By – Pee Wee King. Photography By – Les Leverett. Rhythm Guitar – Neal Burris. Steel Guitar – Bob Koefer, Roy Ayres (2). Vocals, Fiddle, Featuring – Redd Stewart. This album was taken from Pee Wee King's 1950's radio transcriptions.

The Legendary Pee Wee King.

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Bonaparte's Retreat (Pee Wee King song). Bonaparte's Retreat" is the name of two related songs. The original was a wordless melody that existed as various fiddle tunes dating back to at least the late 1800s and probably well before that. In 1950, American country music artist Pee Wee King recorded a modified version of the song, with lyrics added, which he also called "Bonaparte's Retreat". This latter song has been covered by many country artists.

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A1 I Wanna Say Hello
Vocals – Pee Wee & Trio*
1:38
A2 Charleston Alley 2:27
A3 (Crying) Steel Guitar Waltz
Vocals – Redd Stewart
2:12
A4 Silver & Gold
Vocals – Redd Stewart
2:34
A5 'Taint What You Want
Vocals – Chuck Wiggins
2:43
A6 Mohegas 1:31
A7 You Tried to Ruin My Name
Vocals – Golden West Cowboys Trio*
2:12
B1 Oh Monah!
Vocals – Redd Stewart & Band*
1:55
B2 One Way Street
Vocals – Redd Stewart
2:11
B3 Tennessee Tango
Vocals – Trio*, Redd Stewart, Shorty Boyd
1:54
B4 Cowboy Special 2:01
B5 (The Reason) I'm In Love With You
Vocals – Redd Stewart
2:20
B6 I've Turned A Gad-A-Bout
Vocals – Redd Stewart
2:21
B7 Ramblin' Blues
Vocals – Gene Stewart
2:40
B8 (Where Oh) Where Has My Little Love Gone
Vocals – Redd Stewart
2:21

Credits

  • Banjo – Gene Schuler
  • Bass – Gene Stewart
  • Compiled By, Edited By – Harvey Appell
  • Cover [Cover Design] – Lillian Rodell
  • Drums – Sticks McDonald
  • Electric Guitar – Terry Tichy*
  • Fiddle – Red Herron, Shorty Boyd
  • Guitar – Chuck Wiggins
  • Mastered By, Engineer [Sound Engineered By] – William Cook*
  • Performer – Pee Wee King
  • Photography By – Pee Wee King
  • Photography By [Color Photography] – Les Leverett
  • Piano – Gene Engle
  • Rhythm Guitar – Neal Burris
  • Steel Guitar – Bob Koefer, Roy Ayres
  • Vocals, Fiddle, Featuring – Redd Stewart

Notes

This album was taken from Pee Wee King's 1950's radio transcriptions