Don Gibson fans may be surprised to see a CBS (now Sony) record label for an artist best-known for his affiliations with RCA Victor and Hickory, and they may not recognize the song titles. Fair enough. This eight-song budget album is drawn from Gibson's brief, unsuccessful sojourn with Columbia Records in 1954. Heavily influenced by Hank Williams, it's not very good, but it counts as juvenilia and may be of interest to fans.
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