Mark Of Shame - Jimmy Swan - Honky Tonkin In Mississippi (CD)

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He won a talent contest sponsored by a local radio station at the age of 15, and decided he might have a career in music. Jimmy ended up riding the rails to Mississippi and working for awhile to support his family during the Great Depression. They remained friends after Hank left to seek his fortune in Nashville until his tragic passing on January 1, Jimmy would move to Hattiesburg, Mississippi, go on to a radio career, and make his mark as a songwriter as well.

After it started playing, Jimmy went back for a moment and looked at the newstype coming in, only to discover that his friend Hank had died in the backseat of his Cadillac en route to the next concert.

In Jimmy Swan made his first attempt for political office, running for Sheriff of Forrest County. Out of ten candidates, he finished sixth. In , Country Song Roundup was informing its readers that Jimmy would soon be seen on a chain of television stations throughout the southern United States with a new program. He was also to begin making transcribed radio programs with the Holliman Advertisement Co. His show on Saturdays was being heard over a four station network. Around this time, he was recording with the Trumpet record label.

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  1. Written-By – Jimmy Swan: 3: I Love You Too Much (Matrix DRC ) Written-By – Jimmy Swan: 4: Triflin' On Me Written-By – Jimmy Swan: 5: The Last Letter Written By – Frank Walker: 6: The Little Church Written-By – Jimmy Swan: 7: Mark Of Shame Written-By – Jimmy Swan: 8: Losers Weepers Written-By – Jimmy Swan: 9: One More Time 4/5(1).
  2. Jimmy Swan: Honky Tonkin' In Mississippi (CD) 1-CD with page booklet, 30 tracks. Playing time approx. 78 mns. 07 Mark Of Shame. 08 Losers Weepers. 09 One More Time. 10 Lonesome Daddy Blues. 11 Frost On My Roof. 12 Why Did You Change Your Mind. 13 Hey, Baby, Baby. 14 It's Your Turn To Cry. 15 Good And Lonesome.
  3. Jimmy Swan was a contemporary and student of Hank Williams. If you like true hard country and honky-tonk from the deep south, this is it. Swan may not have have been the innovator that Hank was, but he was true to Hank's style all through his career. Recommended to /5(2).
  4. Jimmy Swan: Honky Tonkin' In Mississippi (CD) 1-CD mit seitigem Booklet, 30 Einzeltitel. Spieldauer ca. 78 Minuten. 07 Mark Of Shame. 08 Losers Weepers. 09 One More Time. 10 Lonesome Daddy Blues. 11 Frost On My Roof. 12 Why Did You Change Your Mind. .
  5. Move to Mississippi Musical career. He moved to Hattiesburg, Mississippi and worked in local radio as well as the honky tonk circuit. Disappointed with the drunken, violent lifestyle of honky tonk bars, he quit music to become a disc jockey in , returning only in after an offer from Trumpet Records. Swan saw success with "I Had a Dream.
  6. Thirty songs covering 16 years, Jimmy Swan's complete output from through /69, that any serious fan of Hank Williams ought to own already if they're really serious. Swan's twangy hillbilly intonation and stripped-down band sound went from being hot stuff on the radio and in the honky tonks around Hattiesburg to commercial poison in little more than three years, from to , but.
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