Top Lefty Frizzell Albums
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Columbia Sessions (1950-1972)
Columbia Sessions (1950-1972)
[2018]
The Singles Collection 1950 - 62
The Singles Collection 1950 - 62
[2018]
The Complete Columbia Recording Sessions, Vol. 7: 1964-1966
The Complete Columbia Recording Sessions, Vol. 7: 1964-1966
[2015]
The Complete Columbia Recording Sessions, Vol. 4 - 1955-1957
The Complete Columbia Recording Sessions, Vol. 4 - 1955-1957
[2015]
The Complete Columbia Recording Sessions, Vol. 3 - 1953-1955
The Complete Columbia Recording Sessions, Vol. 3 - 1953-1955
[2015]
Country Favorites
Country Favorites
[2014]
The Collection '50-'59
The Collection '50-'59
[2014]
Countrypolitan Classics - Lefty Frizzell
Countrypolitan Classics - Lefty Frizzell
[2013]
Lefty Frizzell
Lefty Frizzell
[2013]
The Essential Lefty Frizzell
The Essential Lefty Frizzell
[2013]
Country Western, Vol. 5
Country Western, Vol. 5
[2013]
Country Western, Vol. 4
Country Western, Vol. 4
[2013]
Country Western, Vol. 3
Country Western, Vol. 3
[2013]
Country Western, Vol. 2
Country Western, Vol. 2
[2013]
Country Western, Vol. 1
Country Western, Vol. 1
[2013]
All of Me Loves All of You
All of Me Loves All of You
[2010]
The Texas Tornado
The Texas Tornado
[2005]
Look What Thoughts Will Do
Look What Thoughts Will Do
[1997]
American Originals
American Originals
[1980]
16 Biggest Hits
16 Biggest Hits
[1974]
The Complete Columbia Recording Sessions, Vol. 9: 1968-1972
The Complete Columbia Recording Sessions, Vol. 9: 1968-1972
[1972]
Signed, Sealed and Delivered
Signed, Sealed and Delivered
[1968]
The Sad Side of Love
The Sad Side of Love
[1965]
Saginaw, Michigan
Saginaw, Michigan
[1964]
Sings the Songs of Jimmie Rodgers
Sings the Songs of Jimmie Rodgers
[1960]
The One and Only Lefty Frizzell
The One and Only Lefty Frizzell
[1959]
Puttin' On
Puttin' On
[1952]
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I Love You A Thousand Ways I Want To Be With You Always I'm An Old Old Man (tryin' To Live While I Can) Saginaw, Michigan There's No Food In This House You Want Everything But Me Little Unfair Nobody Knows But Me I Love You Mostly Why Should I Be Lonely What Good Did You Get Out Of Breaking My Heart Is It Only That You're Lonely It Meant Goodbye To Me (when She Said Hello To Him I'm Not The Man I Supposed To Be It's Bad Midnight Turning Day Blues (blue Yodel No.6) Love Looks Good On You Stranger I Was Coming Home To You Running Into Memories Lonely Heart Confused I Can Tell You're Humbuggin' Me Almost Persuaded Blue Yodel, No. 2 (my Loving Gal, Lucille) 'gator Hollow How Far Down Can I Go Running Into Memories Of You Get This Stranger Out Of Me How Long Will It Take (to Stop Loving You) If You're Ever Lonely Darling Sick Sober And Sorry Silence My Baby's Just Like Money When It Rains The Blues If You Can Spare The Time My Lovin' Gal Lucille (blue Yodel No.2) Preparations To Be Blue I Don't Trust You Anymore Lost Love Blues Release Me (and Let Me Love Again) If You've Got The Money I've Got The Time Cigarettes And Coffee Blues Give Me More More More (of Your Kisses) The Waltz Of The Angels I'm Not That Good At Goodbye Always Late Railroad Lady My Bucket's Got A Hole In It Treat Her Right Look What Thoughts Will Do I Never Go Around Mirrors That's The Way Love Goes James River If I Had Half The Sense Travelin' Blues Mom And Dad's Waltz Woman Let Me Sing You A Song My Old Pal Don't Stay Away (till Love Grows Cold) Through The Eyes Of A Fool The Long Black Veil Treasure Untold Run 'em Off Signed Sealed And Delivered If She Just Helps Me Get Over You Lullaby Yodel She's Gone Gone Gone Brakeman's Blues Watermelon Time In Georgia That's All I Can Remember Don't Let Her See Me Cry My Rough And Rowdy Ways I Buy The Wine Lucky Arms I Can't Get Over You To Save My Life She Found The Key Forever (and Always)
Related Information for Lefty Frizzell
William Orville 'Lefty' Frizzell (March 31, 1928 – July 19, 1975) was an American country music singer-songwriter of the 1950s and a leading exponent of the Honky Tonk style of country music. His relaxed style of singing was a major influence on later stars Merle Haggard and Willie Nelson.Frizzell was born in Corsicana, Texas, but moved with his family shortly after his birth to El Dorado, Arkansas, where they remained until the early 1940s. Frizzell began playing the guitar as a very young boy and by age 12, he was appearing regularly on a children's show at a local radio station KELD.The family moved back to Texas when Frizzell was still a teenager, and his music career got a boost when he won a talent contest in Dallas.In... read more