• That's What It's Like to Be Lonesome: The Early Singles and More 1957-1962 - Bill Anderson

Both as a singer and a songwriter, the unique Bill Anderson has been a giant of country music for seven decades. The early years of his career as both a singer and songwriter are highlighted in this Jasmine collection, That's What It's Like to Be Lonesome: The Early Singles and More 1957-1962, which features every recording that 'Whisperin' Bill' (so named for his quiet, introspective singing and recitations) cut between 1958 and the end of 1962.

Anderson is one of country's few major artists from the 1950s who are still alive, well and working in the second decade of the 21st century. Bill's songs have provided hits for dozens of his fellow country music artists - and continue to do so to this day. Bill also wrote more than 70 of the 80 country chart hits that he racked up between 1958 and 1971. 

  1. City Lights (Original)
  2. No Song to Sing
  3. Empty Room
  4. Take Me
  5. That's What It's Like To Be Lonesome
  6. The Thrill of My Life
  7. Ninety Nine
  8. Back Where I Started From
  9. Dead or Alive
  10. It's Not The End Of Everything
  11. The Tip of My Fingers
  12. No Man's Land
  13. Walk Out Backwards
  14. Best of Strangers
  15. Po' Folks
  16. Goodbye Cruel World
  17. Mama Sang A Song
  18. On and On and On
  19. Get A Little Dirt on Your Hands
  20. Down Came the Rain
  21. As Long As I Live
  22. Worried Man Blues
  23. City Lights (Remake)
  24. Columbus Stockade Blues
  25. Wedding Bells
  26. Yonder Comes a Sucker
  27. Blue Eyes Crying in the Rain
  28. Flowing Waters and Shifting Sands 

That's What It's Like to Be Lonesome: The Early Singles and More 1957-1962 - Bill Anderson

  • Artist: Anderson, Bill
  • Product Code: 604988369625
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