Cal Smith

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Singer Cal Smith emerged from Ernest Tubb's band and enjoyed several hits of his own between the late '60s and mid-'70s. His best-known song was the sentimental "Country Bumpkin," but his gritty baritone…
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Discography

Year Album Label AllMusic Rating User Ratings
Goin' to Cal's Place 1967 Goin' to Cal's Place KAPP
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All the World Is Lonely Now 1967 All the World Is Lonely Now KAPP
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Travelin' Man 1968 Travelin' Man KAPP
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Drinking Champagne 1969 Drinking Champagne KAPP
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I've Found Someone of My Own 1972 I've Found Someone of My Own Decca
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Cal Smith 1973 Cal Smith MCA
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Country Bumpkin 1974 Country Bumpkin MCA
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It's Time to Pay the Fiddler 1975 It's Time to Pay the Fiddler Decca
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Cal's Country 1975 Cal's Country MCA
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My Kind of Country 1975 My Kind of Country MCA
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Jason's Farm 1976 Jason's Farm MCA
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I Just Came Home to Count the Memories 1977 I Just Came Home to Count the Memories MCA
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Turn Me Loose 1983 Turn Me Loose 51 West
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A Touch Away 1986 A Touch Away Universal Special Products
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Stories of Life by Cal Smith 1986 Stories of Life by Cal Smith Step One Records
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Lord Knows I'm Drinking 1994 Lord Knows I'm Drinking Michele
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Cal Smith Sings Cal Smith Sings KAPP
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