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DOLPH HEWITT - king of the barn dance CATTLE 111 (LP vinyl record)

DOLPH HEWITT Vinyl
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  • Vinyl
  • Label: CATTLE
  • ASIN: B006SRQVHA
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
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In 1987 the German label Cattle Records released this vinyl album covering the music of Country vocalist/fiddler Dolph Hewitt (born Dolph Edward Hewitt in West Finley, Pennsylvania on July 15, 1914 - died at age 82 on December 10, 1996). The contents are: 1. I Wish I Knew; 2. You Gave Me Back My Ring (Please Give Me Back My Heart); 3. I Would Send You Roses (But They Cost Too Much); 4. I Hurt Inside; 5. When A Dream Is Broken In Two; 6. Ask My Heart; 7. Waltzing My Blues Away; 8. The End Of The Rainbow; 9. Empty Promises; 10. For Ev'ry Kiss; 11. The Mocking Bird (instrumental); 12. The Door To Your Love; 13. Look Into Your Heart; 14. Teeter Totter Love; 15. Broken Promises; 16. Someone To Hurt You.

He was a mainstay on the WLS National Barn Dance for the better part of 14 years (1946 - 1960) as well as the WWVA (Wheeling, West Virginia) Original Jamboree, but in terms of national success with his records (some 17 into 1965) he would fall into the category of the Country One-Hit Wonder. That lone hit was not among his first 4 sides cut in 1947 with The Allstar Roundup for the Marietta, Ohio-based Autograph Records, a subsidiary of Dixie Records: I Love You As You Are b/w Peg O` My Heart (Autograph 2003) and I'm Mad About You b/w Sally's Gone To Santa Fe (Autograph 2004). None are part of this album.

A change to the giant RCA Victor then produced his one hit, that being the December 1949 # 8 (on what then passed as the Country charts) I Wish I Knew on RCA Victor 21-0107 b/w I Would Send You Roses (But They Cost Too Much).
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