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Thu Oct 16 17:58:32 2014 UTClccn-n910729160.00The watermelon song /0.191.00Tennessee Ernie Ford37101685Tennessee_Ernie_Fordn 910729162987786Ernest Jennings FordFord Ernest Jennings 1919-1991Ford, ErnieFord Ernie 1919-1991Ford, Tennessee E. 1919-1991Ford, Tennessee Ernie 1919-1991Tennesee Ernie FordTennesse Ernie FordTennesse Ernie Ford 1919-1991"Tennessee" Ernie Fordlccn-n81140112Williams, Hank1923-1953sngprfcmplccn-n84072857Cole, Nat King1919-1965sngprflccn-n90640440Fascinato, Jackcndprfarrnp-fascinato, jackFascinato, Jackcndprfarradpcmpnp-eggett, e charlesEggett, E. Charlesarrlccn-n82033189Weavers (Musical group)prfmuslccn-n91072807Starr, Kaysngprflccn-n86109519Travis, Merlesngprfitrcmplccn-n2002068534Arnold, Eddy1918-2008prflccn-n86869295Como, Perry1912-2001prfFord, Tennessee Ernie1919-1991MusicHistoryBiographyHymns, EnglishUnited StatesCountry musicFord, Tennessee Ernie,Popular musicCountry musiciansSingersChristmas musicCarolsSpirituals (Songs)Gospel musicHymnsAmerican Civil War (1861-1865)Carols, EnglishFolk songs, EnglishDylan, Bob,Flatt, LesterJoplin, JanisPendergrass, TeddySosa, MercedesD'Arby, Terence Trent,Raitt, BonniePatinkin, MandyAbdul, PaulaPetra (Musical group)Frampton, PeterMedley, BillJackson, Janet,Tucker, TanyaHornsby, BruceMarley, BobSmiths (Musical group)10,000 Maniacs (Musical group)Marx, RichardCure (Musical group)Browne, JacksonMusiciansDef Leppard (Musical group)Cole, Nat King,Blues BrothersDaltrey, RogerGalway, JamesScruggs, EarlMarley, ZiggySummers, AndyJett, JoanCurry, TimGuaraldi, VinceGriffith, NanciEagles (Musical group)19191991194719491950195119521953195419551956195719581959196019611962196319641965196619671968196919701971197219731974197519761977197819791980198119821983198419851986198719881989199019911992199319941995199619971998199920002001200220032004200520062007200820092010201120122013201458719041253783.9M1630.18ocn040641318ocn029305726ocn023223034ocn077760824ocn028835274ocn012875893ocn004426335ocn639548391ocn004386372ocn005963328ocn690162584ocn694088258ocn746153450ocn711001037ocn729565506ocn658426736ocn768769403ocn658803773ocn658603208ocn793519555ocn077924997ocn690162584ocn694088258ocn233635348ocn711001037ocn729565506ocn497701305ocn768769403ocn769140841ocn732426268ocn732425095ocn019055161ocn854685440ocn793517875ocn065211593ocn489154472ocn858232899ocn070807953ocn858232791ocn019055161ocn811846227ocn244488585ocn695585786ocn686773892ocn454287070ocn8738467411862ocn001887267score19620.19Tennessee Ernie Ford's book of favorite hymns1571ocn019246251rcrd19880.1919501361ocn007035876score19620.21Book of favorite hymns1344ocn022398038rcrd19900.14Ford, Tennessee ErnieAll-time greatest hymns1217ocn029305726rcrd19930.16Ford, Tennessee ErnieGreatest hits11610ocn037020738rcrd19700.18Ford, Tennessee ErnieTennessee Ernie Ford913ocn040641318rcrd19980.15Ford, Tennessee ErnieAmazing grace 40 treasured hymns842ocn051821543rcrd20030.13Pure country classics the #1 hitsA 23 track compilation gathering some of the best all-time country hits all on one album. Included on this album are great artists such as Dolly Parton, Conway Twitty and Hank Williams8320ocn033602040rcrd19570.24Ford, Tennessee ErnieSixteen tons752ocn077924997book19620.12Ford, Tennessee ErnieTennessee Ernie Ford's book of favorite hymns.An inspiring collection of hymns, spirituals, and carols-selected and intorduced by Tennessee Ernie Ford-arranged for piano with chord symbols for guitar, chord organd and accordion. \751ocn023223034rcrd19910.19The early '50s697ocn010333643rcrd19740.24Ford, Tennessee ErnieHymns671ocn041251097file19980.18Classic country 1950-1959653ocn026209203rcrd19820.15Ford, Tennessee ErnieTennessee Ernie Ford sings 22 favorite hymns616ocn022158365rcrd19900.18Ford, Tennessee Ernie16 tons of boogie the best of Tennessee Ernie Ford595ocn012875893rcrd19610.56Ford, Tennessee ErnieTennessee Ernie Ford sings Civil War songs of the NorthHistoryMusic588ocn004386372rcrd19580.20Ford, Tennessee ErnieThe Star carol581ocn077760824rcrd20060.15Legends of country classic hits of the '50s, '60s & '70s572ocn037020746rcrd19970.16Ford, Tennessee ErnieThe ultimate Tennessee Ernie Ford collection563ocn015743840rcrd19860.16Ford, Tennessee ErnieFavorite hymns3082ocn001327749book19630.20Ford, Tennessee ErnieThis is my story, this is my songBiographyReminiscences of his Tennessee boyhood and subsequent career1621ocn178326101book20080.15Ford, Jeffrey BucknerRiver of no return : Tennessee Ernie Ford and the woman he lovedBiographyA comprehensive biography of recording artist and entertainer, Tennessee Ernie Ford, describing his life, career, and marriage+-+7801736306191ocn527355829book19900.37Contemporary musicians. profiles of the people in musicBiographyProvides comprehensive information on musicians and groups from around the world. Entries include a detailed biographical essay, selected discographies, contact information, and a list of sources181ocn051989762visu20000.15Tennessee Ernie Ford his life and timesBiography"Tennessee Ernie Ford is one of the most beloved entertainers the world has ever known. From the timeless comedy of I Love Lucy's Cousin Ernie to his Emmy-nominated prime time series The Ford Show...from his legendary single, Sixteen Tons to the classic hymns that helped bring inspirational music into the mainstream, Ernest Jennings Ford made an indelible, lasting impact on the world through his unparalleled accomplishments in radio, records, and television. In a legendary half-century in the spotlight, Ernie was honored with three stars on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, 1964's Grammy for Best Gospel Recording, induction into the Country Music Hall of Fame, the Minnie Pearl Humanitarian Award, and the Presidential Medal of Freedom, the highest honor that a sitting President can bestow upon a civilian on behalf of his country."51ocn051338684visu20000.10Tennessee Ernie Ford his life and timesBiography31ocn883125648file20140.47Peck, CharlesTennessee Ernie Ford : 182 success facts : everything you need to knowBiographyMiscellanea22ocn040797182score1957Eustrom, BillThe watermelon songMusic21ocn030937391book19571.00Hilgenstuhler, TedTennessee Ernie Ford11ocn052886187art1999Ford, Tennessee ErnieBiography11ocn025780352score19531.00Stanford, DokHey! Mister Cotton-PickerPortraits11ocn423663704visu1.00[Home movies. Pat Rocco. Compilation reel. On tour with the Top 20 dance group]Home movie compilation shot by Pat Rocco. There is a shot from an airplane flying, then numerous takes from New York City featuring Rockefeller Plaza, Times Square, and shots of the city at night. Rocco then goes behind the scenes of the television studio (probably NBC) where the Top 20 dance group is recording a television show. The dancers are seen putting on their make-up and getting into costume. There is one quick shot of Tennessee Ernie Ford. Next there are various shots of Coney Island and the Top 20 dance group on the rides. Then there are shots from on the set of the Ford show production of The Mikado that aired April 16, 1959 on NBC. Actors are on stage in full make-up and costume performing the production. A title card dated April 27-28, 1960 identifies the next segment as Springfield, Missouri. Rocco is on campus at Drury College filming the Top 20 as the dance group performs the number "It's spring" from the Broadway musical, State fair. The next title card identifies the following segment as: In the land of the big red cars. Rocco and his friends are riding a red trolley to San Pedro, California. There are various shots of his friends walking around San Pedro. Next is a marquee that reads: Best foot forward--musical comedy. Rocco shows us a behind-the-scenes look at the show with the Top 20 dance group. Afterwards, there is a title card that reads: Touring escapades. This segment is comprised of shots of the Top 20 on tour around Southern California and Arizona with their show, Foolin' around. There is a shot of the Wilshire Ebell Theatre in Los Angeles and the Lobero Theatre in Santa Barbara (dating the performances for January 4-5, 1957). The group is also seen in Tucson and Phoenix, Arizona. While in Phoenix, the cast is seen around a pool at their hotel. Then there are shots of the Fox Theatre in San Diego, California. Finally, the group is back in Southern California, with scenes taken in Big Bear, shots of the Broadway Hotel, the Pantages Theatre, and the CBS television studio11ocn145943154art19690.10Stambler, IrwinFord, Tennessee Ernie11ocn074323053visu19981.00Tennessee Ernie Ford in San FranciscoInterviewsAn interview with the singer and radio/television personality, famous for his radio show "The Ford Hour" and his country recording "16 Tons." The show opens with a recording of Ford singing "Shenandoah" over pictures of his life. Topics discussed include family values, working with young people, country life, his singing career, and the value of success11ocn721447354score19520.10Lange, JohnnyThere'll be no new tunes on this old piano (This old piano of mine) IPortraits11ocn019223828rcrd0.94Ford, Tennessee ErnieOl' rockin' Ern11ocn068045930mix1.00Southern Folklife Collection transcription discsMusicWestern swing (Music)Commercially recorded transcription discs documenting a wide array of radio programs and individual performers from the early 1940s through the late 1960s. Performers represented include: Eddy Arnold; Chet Atkins; Gene Autry; Johnny Bond and His Red River Valley Boys; June Carter (June Carter Cash); the Cass County Boys; Spade Cooley; Eddie Dean and the Pals of the Golden West; Jimmy Dean; Johnny Desmond; Duke Ellington; Tennessee Ernie Ford; the Harmoneers; Hawkshaw Hawkins; Ferlin Husky; Hank Keene and His Gang; Pee Wee King and His Golden West Cowboys; Texas Jim Lewis and His Lone Star Cowboys; Hank Penny and His California Cowhands; the Prairie Ramblers; Riders of the Purple Sage; Carson Robison and His Buckaroos; Carl Smith; the Sons of the Pioneers; Uncle Henry's Original Kentucky Mountaineers; Kitty Wells; Tex Williams; Bob Wills and His Texas Playboys; and many more. Radio programs represented include: Old Fashioned Revival Hour; Music by the Baptist Hour Choir; and The Human Adventure: Story of Ballads. Genres documented include country music, Hawaiian music, jazz, and western swing11ocn061434915mix1.00Southern Folklife Collection artist name filesArtists of particular importance in this collections with surnames D-K11ocn041345196mix1.00Ford, Tennessee ErnieCollection of musical arrangements for the Tennessee Ernie Ford ShowArchivesManuscriptsCollection consists of arrangements and parts, in manuscripts or ozalid copies, of popular songs for performers on the Tennessee Ernie Ford show during the 1956-61 seasons11ocn503168200visu19590.10Set for links openingPhotograph caption reads: "Tennessee Ernie Ford, left, talks over plans for dedication of Burbank's new city-owned DeBell Golf Course with Mrs. Frances Sterling, president of Burbank Women's Golf Club, and Tom Condit, president of Men's Golf Club. Ford will share emcee duties with mayor Earle W. Burke in opening ceremonies tomorrow at 9:30 a.m.". Photograph dated: June 15, 195901ocn008652905rcrd19760.47Ford, Tennessee ErnieSing his great love+-+7801736306Thu Oct 16 15:17:45 EDT 2014batch38374