One of the most influential musicians in country music!
Features "Come Live With Me," and Top 10 country/pop smash "Yesterday When I Was Young"
Roy Clark was an important and influential figure in country music. As the host of TV's Hee Haw, Clark enjoyed a 30-million viewership from 1969-1997. His instrumental skill had an enormous effect on generations of musicians. A member of the Grand Ole Opry and the Country Music Hall of Fame. Posthumously featured in Ken Burns' documentary on country music. The only greatest hits album in print, this record includes the No. 1 hit "Come Live With Me" and the Top 10 crossover smash "Yesterday When I Was Young."
|1. The Tips Of My Fingers|
|2. Yesterday When I Was Young|
|3. Right Or Left At Oak Street|
|4. I Never Picked Cotton|
|5. Thank God And Greyhound|
|6. Magnificent Sanctuary Band|
|7. The Lawrence Welk-Hee Haw Counter-Revolution Polka|
|1. Come Live With Me|
|2. Riders In The Sky|
|3. Somewhere Between Love And Tomorrow|
|4. Honeymoon Feelin’|
|5. Heart To Heart|
|6. If I Had To Do It All Over Again|
|7. Think Summer|