100 track overview of the career of the "Bing Crosby of country music", who was elected to the Country Music Hall Of Fame in 1967. Red Foley was an artist who spanned the era of the pre-war string bands, encompassed post-war country boogie and helped establish Nashville as Music City USA. He was to country music what Bing Crosby was to pop. Sought after recordings by one of the most popular and consistent Western performers and hit makers of the era whose songs were covered by the likes of Hank Williams and Elvis Presley. Between 1944 and 1959 he had 41 solo chart hits.
Disc 11. Single Life Is Good Enough For Me 2:58
Disc 21. Tennessee Saturday Night 2:38
Disc 31. Birmingham Bounce 3:00
Disc 41. Salty Dog Rag 1:42