Marty Robbins
RCA Country Legends
The Quintessential Hank Thompson 1948-1979
Hank Snow

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Country Boogie is a cross between the bluesy inflections of honky tonk and the polished style of the Nashville sound. It has a rollicking beat and follows bluesy changes, but is played with country instruments. In essence, the genre foreshadowed rockabilly with its uptempo beat and bluesy chords.

Country Boogie Artists Highlights

Marty Robbins
Marty Robbins
Hank Snow
Hank Snow
Chet Atkins
Chet Atkins
Merle Travis
Merle Travis
Patsy Cline
Patsy Cline
Tennessee Ernie Ford
Tennessee Ernie Ford

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Country Boogie Album Highlights

RCA Country Legends
Chet Atkins
RCA Country Legends
The Quintessential Hank Thompson 1948-1979
Hank Thompson
The Quintessential Hank ...
A Proper Introduction to Tennessee Ernie Ford: Rock City Boogie
Tennessee Ernie Ford
A Proper Introduction to ...
The Essential Hank Snow
Hank Snow
The Essential Hank Snow
The Best of Merle Travis: Sweet Temptation 1946-1953
Merle Travis
The Best of Merle Travis: ...
The Ultimate Collection (1949-1965)
Tennessee Ernie Ford
The Ultimate Collection ...

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Country Boogie Song Highlights

Title/Composer Performer Stream
Liza (All the Clouds'll Roll Away) Chet Atkins
I Don't Hurt Anymore Hank Snow
Steel Guitar Rag Merle Travis
Sixteen Tons Tennessee Ernie Ford
The Battle of New Orleans Johnny Horton
The Shotgun Boogie Tennessee Ernie Ford
I've Loved and Lost Again Patsy Cline
Country Gentleman Chet Atkins
Crazy Patsy Cline
Rock It [Alt] George Jones

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