Published By – Starday. Published By – Hill & Range. Published By – Moss Rose Pub. Published By – Cedarwood. Giddy-Up Go (LP, Album).
Starday and its budget subsidiary, Nashville, both released albums by Red Sovine with the title Giddy-Up-Go in 1966, but they are completely different records. The one bearing the Nashville imprint does not contain the number one hit to which the title refers, but instead offers ten songs from only a handful of songwriters. Roger Miller's "Invitation to the Blues" is one of the few well-known songs, while three from the pen of George Jones dominate the second side.
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Sovine was born as Woodrow Wilson Sovine in 1917 in Charleston, West Virginia, earning the nickname "Red" because of his reddish-brown hair. He had two brothers and two sisters. Sovine (whose last name was pronounced So VINE) was taught to play guitar by his mother. Minnie Pearl released an answer song titled "Giddy-Up Go Answer". Sovine's version of the song spent six weeks atop the country charts and crossed over to the pop charts
1. Giddy Up Go. 3:560:30. Country Gentlemen: Red Sovine and Jerry Shook Play Hits By Tennessee Ernie and Ford Chet Atkins. Western Swing & Ballads. Listen to Giddy-Up Go now. Listen to Giddy-Up Go in full in the this site app. Play on this site.
The highways that wind and wander over mountain and valleys deserts and plains I guess I've drove about all of 'em Cause for the past 25 years now the cab of a truck has been my home And it'd be kinda hard for me to settle down and not be on the go Why I remember the first truck I drove. I was so proud I could hardly wait to get home to show my wife and my little boy And my little boy was so excited like so when he saw his first snow He wasn't old enough to say too many words He just kept hollering goddyup go daddy giddyup go So that's what I named.
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Red Sovine (full name: Woodrow Wilson Sovine) (Charleston (West Virginia), 1918 - July 17, Nashville (Tennessee), april 4, 1980) was an American country music singer. Sovine learned to play guitar by his mother. Red Sovine (Decca)-1963. The Heart Rending Little Rosa (Starday)-1965. Country Music Time (Decca)-1966. Giddy Up Go (Starday)-1966. The Sensational Red (Starday)-1966. The Nashville Sound -1956. I Didn't Jump the Fence (Starday)-1967. Dear John Letter (Starday)-1967. The Country Way (Vocalion)-1968. Phantom 309 (Starday)-1968. Tell Maude I Slipped (Starday)-1968. Sunday with Sovine (Starday)-1968. Anytime (Starday)-1968. Classic Narations (Starday)-1969.