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Name:Ernest Tubb Let's Say Goodbye Like We Said Hello 5 cd's

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CD-5 (Size: 434.00 MB) (Files: 111)

 CD-5

  Ernest Tubb - Let's Say Goodbye Like We Said Hello-cd-5 - 22 - I'm Trimming My Christmas Tree With Teardrops.mp3

3.42 MB

  Ernest Tubb - Let's Say Goodbye Like We Said Hello-cd-5 - 21 - Blue Snowflakes.mp3

3.93 MB

  Ernest Tubb - Let's Say Goodbye Like We Said Hello-cd-5 - 20 - Merry Christmas You All.mp3

2.97 MB

  Ernest Tubb - Let's Say Goodbye Like We Said Hello-cd-5 - 19 - We Need God For Christmas.mp3

3.93 MB

  Ernest Tubb - Let's Say Goodbye Like We Said Hello-cd-5 - 18 - C-H-R-I-S-T-M-A-S.mp3

3.18 MB

  Ernest Tubb - Let's Say Goodbye Like We Said Hello-cd-5 - 17 - Christmas Island.mp3

3.42 MB

  Ernest Tubb - Let's Say Goodbye Like We Said Hello-cd-5 - 16 - Blue Christmas.mp3

3.81 MB

  Ernest Tubb - Let's Say Goodbye Like We Said Hello-cd-5 - 15 - White Christmas.mp3

3.84 MB

  Ernest Tubb - Let's Say Goodbye Like We Said Hello-cd-5 - 14 - Love Lifted Me.mp3

3.85 MB

  Ernest Tubb - Let's Say Goodbye Like We Said Hello-cd-5 - 13 - Dr. Ketchum.mp3

3.76 MB

  Ernest Tubb - Let's Say Goodbye Like We Said Hello-cd-5 - 12 - Too Old To Tango.mp3

3.16 MB

  Ernest Tubb - Let's Say Goodbye Like We Said Hello-cd-5 - 11 - When Jesus Calls.mp3

3.50 MB

  Ernest Tubb - Let's Say Goodbye Like We Said Hello-cd-5 - 10 - I Met A Friend.mp3

3.93 MB

  Ernest Tubb - Let's Say Goodbye Like We Said Hello-cd-5 - 09 - I'm Not Looking For An Angel.mp3

3.50 MB

  Ernest Tubb - Let's Say Goodbye Like We Said Hello-cd-5 - 08 - Honky-Tonk Heart.mp3

4.15 MB

  Ernest Tubb - Let's Say Goodbye Like We Said Hello-cd-5 - 07 - Divorce Granted.mp3

3.86 MB

  Ernest Tubb - Let's Say Goodbye Like We Said Hello-cd-5 - 06 - It's The Mileage That's Slowin' Us Down.mp3

3.78 MB

  Ernest Tubb - Let's Say Goodbye Like We Said Hello-cd-5 - 05 - Double Datin'.mp3

3.13 MB

  Ernest Tubb - Let's Say Goodbye Like We Said Hello-cd-5 - 04 - A Dear John Letter.mp3

3.48 MB

  Ernest Tubb - Let's Say Goodbye Like We Said Hello-cd-5 - 03 - You're A Real Good Friend.mp3

3.83 MB

  Ernest Tubb - Let's Say Goodbye Like We Said Hello-cd-5 - 02 - No Help Wanted + 2.mp3

3.51 MB

  Ernest Tubb - Let's Say Goodbye Like We Said Hello-cd-5 - 01 - The Honeymoon Is Over.mp3

3.61 MB

 CD-4

  Ernest Tubb - Let's Say Goodbye Like We Said Hello-cd-4 - 26 - Counterfeit Kisses.mp3

3.26 MB

  Ernest Tubb - Let's Say Goodbye Like We Said Hello-cd-4 - 25 - My Wasted Past.mp3

3.70 MB

  Ernest Tubb - Let's Say Goodbye Like We Said Hello-cd-4 - 24 - Jimmie Rogers Last Thoughts.mp3

4.10 MB

  Ernest Tubb - Let's Say Goodbye Like We Said Hello-cd-4 - 23 - When Jimmie Rogers Said Good Bye.mp3

4.22 MB

  Ernest Tubb - Let's Say Goodbye Like We Said Hello-cd-4 - 22 - Beyond The Sunset.mp3

4.37 MB

  Ernest Tubb - Let's Say Goodbye Like We Said Hello-cd-4 - 21 - Hank It Will Never Be The Same Without You.mp3

4.43 MB

  Ernest Tubb - Let's Say Goodbye Like We Said Hello-cd-4 - 20 - Don't Trifle On Your Sweetheart.mp3

4.08 MB

  Ernest Tubb - Let's Say Goodbye Like We Said Hello-cd-4 - 19 - Somebody Loves You.mp3

3.40 MB

  Ernest Tubb - Let's Say Goodbye Like We Said Hello-cd-4 - 18 - I Love Everythiing You Do.mp3

3.72 MB

  Ernest Tubb - Let's Say Goodbye Like We Said Hello-cd-4 - 17 - Don't Brush Them On Me.mp3

3.83 MB

  Ernest Tubb - Let's Say Goodbye Like We Said Hello-cd-4 - 16 - Dear Judge.mp3

4.00 MB

  Ernest Tubb - Let's Say Goodbye Like We Said Hello-cd-4 - 15 - Fortunes In Memories.mp3

3.57 MB

  Ernest Tubb - Let's Say Goodbye Like We Said Hello-cd-4 - 14 - I Will Miss You When You Go.mp3

3.96 MB

  Ernest Tubb - Let's Say Goodbye Like We Said Hello-cd-4 - 13 - Missing In Action.mp3

4.30 MB

  Ernest Tubb - Let's Say Goodbye Like We Said Hello-cd-4 - 12 - Too Old To Cut The Mustard.mp3

3.97 MB

  Ernest Tubb - Let's Say Goodbye Like We Said Hello-cd-4 - 11 - I'm In Love With Molly.mp3

3.71 MB

  Ernest Tubb - Let's Say Goodbye Like We Said Hello-cd-4 - 10 - A Heartsick Soldier On A Heartbreak Ridge.mp3

4.25 MB

  Ernest Tubb - Let's Say Goodbye Like We Said Hello-cd-4 - 09 - Somebody's Stolen My Honey.mp3

3.43 MB

  Ernest Tubb - Let's Say Goodbye Like We Said Hello-cd-4 - 08 - My Mother Must Have Been A Girl Like You.mp3

4.01 MB

  Ernest Tubb - Let's Say Goodbye Like We Said Hello-cd-4 - 07 - So Many Times.mp3

3.35 MB

  Ernest Tubb - Let's Say Goodbye Like We Said Hello-cd-4 - 06 - I'm With A Crowd But So Alone.mp3

4.32 MB

  Ernest Tubb - Let's Say Goodbye Like We Said Hello-cd-4 - 05 - Precious Little Baby.mp3

3.93 MB

  Ernest Tubb - Let's Say Goodbye Like We Said Hello-cd-4 - 04 - Rose Of The Mountains.mp3

3.78 MB

  Ernest Tubb - Let's Say Goodbye Like We Said Hello-cd-4 - 03 - Hey La La.mp3

4.38 MB

  Ernest Tubb - Let's Say Goodbye Like We Said Hello-cd-4 - 02 - Kentucky Waltz.mp3

4.48 MB

  Ernest Tubb - Let's Say Goodbye Like We Said Hello-cd-4 - 01 - The Strange Little Girl.mp3

4.42 MB

 CD-3

  Ernest Tubb - Let's Say Goodbye Like We Said Hello-cd-3 - 22 - The Chicken Song.mp3

4.25 MB

  Ernest Tubb - Let's Say Goodbye Like We Said Hello-cd-3 - 21 - So Long (It's Been Good To Know You).mp3

4.23 MB

  Ernest Tubb - Let's Say Goodbye Like We Said Hello-cd-3 - 20 - If You Want Some Lovin'.mp3

3.72 MB

  Ernest Tubb - Let's Say Goodbye Like We Said Hello-cd-3 - 19 - Any Old Time.mp3

4.16 MB

  Ernest Tubb - Let's Say Goodbye Like We Said Hello-cd-3 - 18 - A Drunkard's Child.mp3

4.12 MB

  Ernest Tubb - Let's Say Goodbye Like We Said Hello-cd-3 - 17 - When It's Prayer Meetin' Time In The Hollow.mp3

3.90 MB

  Ernest Tubb - Let's Say Goodbye Like We Said Hello-cd-3 - 16 - May The Good Lord Bless And Keep You.mp3

3.88 MB

  Ernest Tubb - Let's Say Goodbye Like We Said Hello-cd-3 - 15 - I'm Steppin' Out Of The Picture.mp3

3.85 MB

  Ernest Tubb - Let's Say Goodbye Like We Said Hello-cd-3 - 14 - Don't Stay Too Long.mp3

4.14 MB

  Ernest Tubb - Let's Say Goodbye Like We Said Hello-cd-3 - 13 - The Lovebug Itch.mp3

3.93 MB

  Ernest Tubb - Let's Say Goodbye Like We Said Hello-cd-3 - 12 - Good Morning Irene.mp3

4.29 MB

  Ernest Tubb - Let's Say Goodbye Like We Said Hello-cd-3 - 11 - Hobo's Meditation.mp3

4.32 MB

  Ernest Tubb - Let's Say Goodbye Like We Said Hello-cd-3 - 10 - Why Should I Be Lonely.mp3

4.36 MB

  Ernest Tubb - Let's Say Goodbye Like We Said Hello-cd-3 - 09 - I'm Free From The Chain Gang Now.mp3

4.34 MB

  Ernest Tubb - Let's Say Goodbye Like We Said Hello-cd-3 - 08 - Why Did You Give Me Your Love -.mp3

4.29 MB

  Ernest Tubb - Let's Say Goodbye Like We Said Hello-cd-3 - 07 - I'm Lonely And Blue.mp3

4.23 MB

  Ernest Tubb - Let's Say Goodbye Like We Said Hello-cd-3 - 06 - I Need Attention Bad.mp3

3.42 MB

  Ernest Tubb - Let's Say Goodbye Like We Said Hello-cd-3 - 05 - (Remember Me) I'm The One Who Loves You.mp3

4.07 MB

  Ernest Tubb - Let's Say Goodbye Like We Said Hello-cd-3 - 04 - Goodnight Irene.mp3

4.20 MB

  Ernest Tubb - Let's Say Goodbye Like We Said Hello-cd-3 - 02 - You Don't Have To Be A Baby To Cry.mp3

3.32 MB

  Ernest Tubb - Let's Say Goodbye Like We Said Hello-cd-3 - 01 - G-I-R-L Spells Trouble.mp3

3.59 MB

 CD-2

  Ernest Tubb - Let's Say Goodbye Like We Said Hello-cd-2 - 23 - Texas Vs Kentucky.mp3

4.29 MB

  Ernest Tubb - Let's Say Goodbye Like We Said Hello-cd-2 - 22 - Hillbilly Fever # 2.mp3

3.80 MB

  Ernest Tubb - Let's Say Goodbye Like We Said Hello-cd-2 - 21 - Unfaithful One.mp3

4.28 MB

  Ernest Tubb - Let's Say Goodbye Like We Said Hello-cd-2 - 20 - Give Me A little Old-Fashioned Love.mp3

4.23 MB

  Ernest Tubb - Let's Say Goodbye Like We Said Hello-cd-2 - 19 - I Love You Because.mp3

3.69 MB

  Ernest Tubb - Let's Say Goodbye Like We Said Hello-cd-2 - 18 - Farther Along.mp3

3.89 MB

  Ernest Tubb - Let's Say Goodbye Like We Said Hello-cd-2 - 17 - When I Take My Vacation In Heaven.mp3

4.18 MB

  Ernest Tubb - Let's Say Goodbye Like We Said Hello-cd-2 - 16 - The Wonderful City.mp3

4.15 MB

  Ernest Tubb - Let's Say Goodbye Like We Said Hello-cd-2 - 15 - What A Friend We Have In Jesus.mp3

3.62 MB

  Ernest Tubb - Let's Say Goodbye Like We Said Hello-cd-2 - 14 - The Old Rugged Cross.mp3

3.60 MB

  Ernest Tubb - Let's Say Goodbye Like We Said Hello-cd-2 - 13 - Stand By Me.mp3

3.94 MB

  Ernest Tubb - Let's Say Goodbye Like We Said Hello-cd-2 - 12 - Don't Be Ashamed Of Your Age.mp3

2.97 MB

  Ernest Tubb - Let's Say Goodbye Like We Said Hello-cd-2 - 11 - Throw Your Love My Way.mp3

3.56 MB

  Ernest Tubb - Let's Say Goodbye Like We Said Hello-cd-2 - 10 - I'll Take A Back Seat For You.mp3

3.75 MB

  Ernest Tubb - Let's Say Goodbye Like We Said Hello-cd-2 - 09 - Letters Have No Arms.mp3

4.29 MB

  Ernest Tubb - Let's Say Goodbye Like We Said Hello-cd-2 - 08 - Tennessee Border # 2.mp3

3.60 MB

  Ernest Tubb - Let's Say Goodbye Like We Said Hello-cd-2 - 07 - Driftwood On The River.mp3

4.19 MB

  Ernest Tubb - Let's Say Goodbye Like We Said Hello-cd-2 - 06 - Warm Red Wine.mp3

4.32 MB

  Ernest Tubb - Let's Say Goodbye Like We Said Hello-cd-2 - 05 - Slipping Around.mp3

3.99 MB

  Ernest Tubb - Let's Say Goodbye Like We Said Hello-cd-2 - 04 - My Tennessee Baby.mp3

3.40 MB

  Ernest Tubb - Let's Say Goodbye Like We Said Hello-cd-2 - 03 - My Filipino Rose.mp3

4.36 MB

  Ernest Tubb - Let's Say Goodbye Like We Said Hello-cd-2 - 01 - Don't Rob Another Man's Castle.mp3

3.86 MB

 CD-1

  Ernest Tubb - Let's Say Goodbye Like We Said Hello-cd-1 - 20 - Daddy, When Is Mommy Coming Home.mp3

3.97 MB

  Ernest Tubb - Let's Say Goodbye Like We Said Hello-cd-1 - 19 - Till The End Of The World.mp3

3.39 MB

  Ernest Tubb - Let's Say Goodbye Like We Said Hello-cd-1 - 18 - Have You Ever Been Lonely.mp3

3.94 MB

  Ernest Tubb - Let's Say Goodbye Like We Said Hello-cd-1 - 17 - Forever Is Ending Today.mp3

4.48 MB

  Ernest Tubb - Let's Say Goodbye Like We Said Hello-cd-1 - 16 - Waiting For A Train.mp3

3.84 MB

  Ernest Tubb - Let's Say Goodbye Like We Said Hello-cd-1 - 15 - I'm With A Crowd But So Alone.mp3

4.60 MB

  Ernest Tubb - Let's Say Goodbye Like We Said Hello-cd-1 - 14 - Yesterday's Winner Is A Loser Today.mp3

3.81 MB

  Ernest Tubb - Let's Say Goodbye Like We Said Hello-cd-1 - 13 - How Can I Forget You.mp3

4.19 MB

  Ernest Tubb - Let's Say Goodbye Like We Said Hello-cd-1 - 12 - Seaman's Blues.mp3

4.48 MB

  Ernest Tubb - Let's Say Goodbye Like We Said Hello-cd-1 - 11 - Takin' It Easy Here.mp3

4.48 MB

  Ernest Tubb - Let's Say Goodbye Like We Said Hello-cd-1 - 10 - Let's Say Goodbye Like We Said Hello.mp3

4.13 MB

  Ernest Tubb - Let's Say Goodbye Like We Said Hello-cd-1 - 09 - Headin' Down The Wrong Highway.mp3

4.06 MB

  Ernest Tubb - Let's Say Goodbye Like We Said Hello-cd-1 - 08 - A Woman Has Wrecked Many A Good Man.mp3

4.45 MB

  Ernest Tubb - Let's Say Goodbye Like We Said Hello-cd-1 - 07 - Watching My Past Go By.mp3

3.93 MB

  Ernest Tubb - Let's Say Goodbye Like We Said Hello-cd-1 - 06 - Answer To Rainbow At Midnight.mp3

4.25 MB

  Ernest Tubb - Let's Say Goodbye Like We Said Hello-cd-1 - 05 - Don't Your Face Look Red.mp3

3.55 MB

  Ernest Tubb - Let's Say Goodbye Like We Said Hello-cd-1 - 04 - A Lonely Heart Knows.mp3

4.24 MB

  Ernest Tubb - Let's Say Goodbye Like We Said Hello-cd-1 - 03 - That Wild And Wicked Look In Your Eye.mp3

3.67 MB

  Ernest Tubb - Let's Say Goodbye Like We Said Hello-cd-1 - 02 - Two Wrongs Don't Make A Right.mp3

3.63 MB

  Ernest Tubb - Let's Say Goodbye Like We Said Hello-cd-1 - 01 - You Hit The Nail Right On The Head.mp3

3.86 MB
 

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ERNEST TUBB

The incomparable Ernest Tubb ("E.T." to all who knew him) became a legend as much for what he was personally as for the half-century career that stretched from his first radio date in 1932 to his death in 1984. Though other singers with better voices and more raw musical talent have come and gone, none has inspired greater love from fans over six decades. Along with such performers as Jimmie Rodgers, Roy Acuff, Bill Monroe, Hank Williams, Lefty Frizzell, and George Jones, Tubb is country music personified. He was among the first of the honky tonk singers and the first to achieve national recognition. His first recording was "The Passing of Jimmie Rodgers," a tribute to his hero. His long association with Decca began with "Blue Eyed Elaine" in 1940. Three years later his self-penned "Walkin' the Floor Over You," a country classic, was a hit, leading to the Opry, movie roles, and stardom. In 1947 he opened his Nashville record store and began the Midnight Jamboree, which followed the Opry on WSM and advertised the shop while showcasing stars and those on the rise. By that time, he had become one of the most recognizable musical stars in the world, bringing country music to the widest audience it had ever seen. Over the years, Tubb toured widely with his Texas Troubadors, pressing the flesh with fans after shows that featured his many hits, including "Slippin' Around," "Two Glasses Joe," "Tomorrow Never Comes," "Drivin' Nails in My Coffin," "Rainbow at Midnight," "Let's Say Goodbye Like We Said Hello," and "Driftwood on the River." In 1975, after 35 years with Decca/MCA, he was let go, the allegiance of company executives not matching that of his multitude of fans. Because of a lung disease Tubb had to rest in pain on a cot between takes, ending his career just as his hero, Rodgers, had 50 years earlier. Quoting one of his album titles, Tubb left a legend and a legacy.

The youngest of five children, Tubb was born in Ellis County, TX, but his farming parents moved across the state to Benjamin when he was six years old. By the time he was in his pre-adolescence, his parents had divorced, and he spent his teens traveling between his two parents, working odd jobs. Early in his adolescence, Tubb was attracted to the music of Rodgers. By his late teens, Tubb had picked up the guitar on the advice of a friend and fellow guitarist named Merwyn Buffington. Following Rodgers' death in May of 1933, Tubb decided that he wanted to pursue a musical career and emulate his idol. He moved to San Antonio, where he again hooked up with Buffington, who was currently playing with the Castleman Brothers on a local radio station. The guitarist convinced his employers to let Tubb sing as a guest vocalist, and soon Ernest had his own regular early-morning show.

At this point in his career, Tubb sounded very similar to Rodgers and was still obsessed with his idol. Eventually, he tracked down and met Rodgers' widow, Carrie, and she was quite taken with Tubb, loaning him one of Jimmie's guitars and convincing RCA to sign the young singer. The first singles he recorded were quite similar to Rodgers (including two tributes to the Singing Brakeman), but the records failed to sell and he was quickly dropped from the label. Ernest continued to plow ahead, playing a variety of small clubs and radio stations, without gaining much attention. A major point in Tubb's musical development was the removal of his tonsils in 1939. With his tonsils gone, he could no longer yodel, which meant he developed his own distinctively twangy, nasal singing style. Decca Records agreed to record him in April of 1940, and one of the resulting singles, "Blue Eyed Elaine," became a minor hit. Decca agreed to sign him to a longer contract by the end of the year, by which time he had also had a regular radio show on a Fort Worth station, KGKO, sponsored by the flour company Gold Chain.

Early in 1941, he cut several new songs, this time backed by Fay "Smitty" Smith, a staff electric guitarist for KGKO. The first single released from these sessions was "Walking the Floor Over You." Over the next few months, the single became a massive hit, eventually selling over a million copies. "Walking the Floor Over You" was the first honky tonk song, launching not only Tubb's career but also the musical genre itself. Tubb sang the song in the Charles Starrett movie Fighting Buckeroos (1941), which led to another film appearance in Starrett's Ridin' West (1942). By the end of 1942, he was popular enough to gain a release from his Gold Chain contract, and he headed to Nashville. Upon his arrival in January of 1943, he joined the Grand Ole Opry and became the first musician to use an electric guitar in the Opry.

Between 1942 and 1944, Tubb made no recordings because of a strike within the recorders' union, yet he continued to tour, often with Pee Wee King and Roy Acuff. Ernest returned to recording in 1944, releasing the number two "Try Me One More Time" early in the year, following by his first number one single, "Soldier's Last Letter," that summer. The two singles kicked off a nearly 15-year streak of virtually uninterrupted Top Ten singles (only four of his 54 singles of that era failed to crack the Top Ten, and even then they made the Top 15). In 1946, he began recording solely with his band, the Texas Troubadors, and he became one of the first country artists to record in Nashville. Between the end of 1945 and the conclusion of 1946, he had a number of huge hits, including "It's Been So Long Darling," "Rainbow at Midnight," "Filipino Baby," and "Drivin' Nails in My Coffin." The singles cemented his reputation in the U.S. and won him new fans around the world.

Early in 1947, he opened the Ernest Tubb Record Shop in Nashville, which he promoted through the Midnight Jamboree, a radio program he designed to fill the post-Opry slot on the radio. That year, he became the first country star to play Carnegie Hall in New York, signalling how much he had done to increase country music's popularity across the United States; a few years before, it would have been unthinkable to have such rural music play in such an urban venue. During 1949, he hit the height of his popularity, charting an astonishing 13 hit singles during the course of the year — which is even more remarkable considering that the chart only had 15 positions each week. Most of those songs were classics, including "Have You Ever Been Lonely? (Have You Ever Been Blue)," "Let's Say Goodbye Like We Said Hello," "I'm Biting My Fingernails and Thinking of You" (a collaboration with the Andrews Sisters), "Slipping Around," and "Blue Christmas." The following year, he had 11 hit singles, including "I Love You Because" and "Throw Your Love My Way," plus several hit duets with Red Foley, including "Tennessee Border No. 2" and the number one "Goodnight Irene." Tubb also demonstrated his influence by helping Hank Snow appear on the Grand Ole Opry and supporting Hank Williams.

Throughout the '50s, Tubb recorded and toured relentlessly, racking up well over 30 hit singles, the majority of which — including the classics "Driftwood on the River" (1951) and "The Yellow Rose of Texas" (1955) — reached the Top Ten. By the end of the decade, his sales dipped slightly, which only meant he wasn't reaching the Top Ten, only the Top 20, with regularity. Nevertheless, he stopped having big hits in the early '60s, as rock & roll and newer, harder honky tonk singers cut into his audience. Even with the decline of his sales, Tubb was able to pack concert halls, and his television show was equally popular. While the quality of his recordings was rather uneven during this time, he still cut a number of classics, including "Thanks a Lot," "Pass the Booze," and "Waltz Across Texas." Beginning in 1964, Decca had him record a series of duets with Loretta Lynn, and over the next five years he made three albums and had four hit singles: "Mr. and Mrs. Used to Be," "Our Hearts Are Holding Hands," "Sweet Thang," and "Who's Gonna Take the Garbage Out."

In 1966, Tubb was diagnosed with emphysema and in spite of the doctors' warnings, he continued to tour and record actively into the early '70s. During that time, he continued to rack up a number of minor hits, as well as lifetime achievement awards. In 1965, he became the sixth member to be inducted to the Country Music Hall of Fame. In 1970, he was one of the first artists inducted to the Nashville Songwriters International Hall of Fame. Shortly after receiving the last reward, his hits slowed down drastically — over the next five years, he only had one minor hit, 1973's "I've Got All the Heartaches I Can Handle." Decca and Tubb parted ways in 1975, and he signed with Pete Drake's First Generation label, where he had one minor hit, "Sometimes I Do," in early 1978. The following year, Drake developed an all-star tribute to Tubb, The Legend and the Legacy, which featured stars like Willie Nelson, Merle Haggard, Chet Atkins, and Charlie Daniels overdubbing their own work on original recordings Ernest had made. Released on Cachet Records, the album produced two minor hits with "Waltz Across Texas" and "Walkin' the Floor Over You" before being pulled from the market due to contractual reasons.

The Legend and the Legacy would be the last time Tubb reached the charts. In the three years following its release, he continued to tour, but in late 1982 he was forced to retire due to his health. During the last days of his final tours, he had to take oxygen and rest on a cot between shows, eerily resembling the circumstances of Rodgers' last recording sessions. Tubb succumbed to emphysema on September 6, 1984, leaving behind an enormous legacy that helped shape the face of contemporary country music.

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