The Statler Brothers anthology : [piano, vocal, guitar] / edited by Milton Okun ; associate music editor, Dan Fox.
- 1 of 1 copy available at Berklee College of Music.
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|Stan Getz Library||MP1630.S728 S7 1983||37684001070884||Library Stacks||Copy hold / Volume hold||Available||-|
- Physical Description: 1 score (180 p.) : ports. (some col.) ; 30 cm.
- Publisher: Port Chester, NY : Cherry Lane Music, c1983.
For voice and piano ; chord symbols and guitar chord diagrams included ; with interlinear words.
Words and music chiefly by Don Reid, in part with Harold Reid ; recorded by the Statler Brothers.
"Performance notes": p. .
Who am I to say / words and music by Kim Reid -- Woman without a home -- Whatever -- When you are sixty-five.
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"Discography": p. .
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(I'll love you) All over again -- Almost in love -- Don't wait on me -- Bed of roses / words and music by Harold Reid -- (I'll even love you) Better than I did then -- Carry me back -- Chet Atkins' hand / words and music by Lew De Witt -- Counting my memories / words and music by Kim Reid -- A child of the fifties -- The class of '57 -- Do you know you are my sunshine -- Dad -- Do you remember these / words and music by Don Reid, Harold Reid and Larry Lee -- Don't forget yourself -- Years ago -- Flowers on the wall / words and music by Lew De Witt -- Here we are again -- How to be a country star -- I was there -- I'll go to my grave loving you -- The movies / words and music by Lew De Witt -- Monday morning secretary -- New York City -- Nothing as original as you -- The official historian on Shirley Jean Berrell -- Pictures / words and music by Lew De Witt and Don Reid -- Silver medals and sweet memories -- Thank God I've got you -- Susan when she tried -- Thank you world / words and music by Don Reid and Lew De Witt -- We ain't even started yet -- We got paid by cash -- Whatever happened to Randolph Scott --
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