Roger Miller - King of the Road: Greatest Hits and Favorites mp3 downloadPerformer: Roger Miller
Title: King of the Road: Greatest Hits and Favorites
Style: Honky Tonk,Nashville Sound/Countrypolitan,Traditional Country,Country Comedy,Country-Pop
Released: November 1, 1998
Size MP3 version: 1435 mb
Size FLAC version: 1607 mb
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Roger Miller - King of the Road: Greatest Hits and Favorites mp3 download
1 King Of The Road 2 Chug-A-Lug 3 Everything's Coming Up Roses 4 Burning Bridges 5 Heartaches By The Number 6 Husbands And Wives 7 In The Summertime 8 Walkin' In The .
Roger Miller - King Of The Road (Single Version) (02:28, 320Kb/s). Roger Miller - The Best Of Roger Miller Volume Two: King Of The Road (1992). The Best Of Roger Miller Volume Two: King Of The Road (1992) - download the album and listen online. On this page you can listen to the album, get information about the album, see the list of songs and much more. Listen online and stay in a good mood.
Roger Miller was a rarity: a musician who was as distinctive a singer as he was a songwriter. This was true back in his heyday in the 1950s and '60s, when the country charts were full of songs he had written, but these songs endured: Alan Jackson and Brooks & Dunn both had hits with Miller tunes in the '90s ("Tall, Tall Trees" and "Husbands and Wives," respectively). Certainly, King of the Road is an eclectic listen, one that is indeed anchored with country and Americana acts but features a bunch of rockers, both old and new.
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King of The Road: The Genius of Roger Miller - 3 CD Set w/ Booklet (1995) BMG. Condition is very Good. Shipped with USPS Media Mail. Vinyl Record 7 ROGER MILLER KING OF THE ROAD (H)88. Greatest Songwriter (Banter) - By Roger Miller. Old Friends (Banter) - By Roger Miller. Fiddle (Banter) - By Roger Miller. BILLY STRANGE Plays Roger Miller Hits! No seam splits, no stickers, no writing. LP is in near mint condition, with clean labels on both sides.
Learn more about Roger Miller & Various. I would sit and listen intently for hours, but one song by one artist in particular truly perplexed my fragile young psyche. The song was You Don't Want My Love (In The Summertime) and whenever the singer would start scatting the solo, sounding completely incoherent, going into a falsetto punctuated by sounds resembling Donald Duck, I just didn't know what to think . Roger Miller: King Of The Road Art-Nr. Ready to ship today, delivery time appr.
Greatest Songwriter (Banter). 1-2. –Asleep At The Wheel Ft. Huey Lewis. Executive-Producer, Producer – Colby Barnum Wright.
King of the Road" is a song written and originally recorded in November 1964 by country singer Roger Miller. The lyrics tell of the day-to-day life of a vagabond hobo who, despite being poor (a "man of means by no means"), revels in his freedom, describing himself humorously as the "king of the road". It was Miller's fifth single for Smash Records. The popular crossover record hit No. 1 on the US Country chart, No. 4 on the Billboard Hot 100, and No. 1 on the Easy Listening surveys
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Roger Miller - Greatest Songwriter (Banter) 00:23. Asleep At The Wheel - Chug-a-Lug 02:07. The Stellas, Lennon & Maisey - Leavin's Not the Only Way to Go 03:41. Rodney Crowell - World So Full of Love 03:16. Roger Miller - Old Friends (Banter) 00:14. Mandy Barnett - Lock Stock and Teardrops 03:26. Alison Krauss - You Oughta Be Here With Me/I've Been A Long Time Leaving 04:19. Ronnie Dunn - The Crossing 04:08. The Earls Of Leicester - In The Summertime 02:18. Roger Miller - Fiddle (Banter) 00:35. Lyle Lovett - England Swings 02:11
|1||King of the Road Roger Miller||Roger Miller||2:29|
|2||Engine, Engine #9 Roger Miller||Roger Miller||2:14|
|3||When Two Worlds Collide Bill Anderson / Roger Miller||Roger Miller||2:18|
|4||Dang Me Roger Miller||Roger Miller||1:44|
|5||England Swings Roger Miller||Roger Miller||1:54|
|6||Kansas City Star Roger Miller||Roger Miller||2:18|
|7||Chug-A-Lug Roger Miller||Roger Miller||1:59|
|8||Husbands and Wives Roger Miller||Roger Miller||2:27|
|9||Do-Wacka-Do Roger Miller||Roger Miller||1:45|
|10||Walkin' in the Sunshine Roger Miller||Roger Miller||2:36|
|11||You Can't Roller Skate in a Buffalo Herd Roger Miller||Roger Miller||1:53|
|12||My Uncle Used to Love Me But She Died Roger Miller||Roger Miller||2:00|
|13||Me and Bobby McGee Fred Foster / Kris Kristofferson||Roger Miller||3:18|
|14||Don't We All Have the Right Roger Miller||Roger Miller||2:19|
|15||Billy Bayou Roger Miller||Roger Miller||1:56|
|16||Heartaches by the Number Harlan Howard||Roger Miller||2:49|
|17||Everything's Coming Up Roses Stephen Sondheim / Jule Styne||Roger Miller||2:23|
|18||The Last Word in Lonesome Is Me Roger Miller||Roger Miller||2:48|
|19||In the Summertime Roger Miller||Roger Miller||1:46|
|20||Release Me Eddie Miller / Dub Williams / Robert Yount||Roger Miller||2:16|
|21||Burning Bridges Roger Miller||Roger Miller||2:21|
|22||My Elusive Dreams Curly Putman / Billy Sherrill||Roger Miller||3:06|
CreditsBill Anderson - Composer
Fred Foster - Composer
William Hogeland - Liner Notes
Harlan Howard - Composer
Kris Kristofferson - Composer
Eddie Miller - Composer
Roger Miller - Composer, Primary Artist
Curly Putman - Composer
Billy Sherrill - Composer
Stephen Sondheim - Composer
Jule Styne - Composer
Dub Williams - Composer
Robert Yount - Composer