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Cal Smith - Tabernacle Tom Album

Cal Smith - Tabernacle Tom Album

Performer: Cal Smith
Title: Tabernacle Tom
Released: 1975
Cat#: MCA-40839
Country: US
Label: MCA Records
Size MP3 version: 2544 mb
Size FLAC version: 1199 mb
Size WMA version: 2902 mb
Rating: 4.4
Votes: 429
Genre: Pop

Cal Smith - Tabernacle Tom Album


Tracklist

1Tabernacle Tom3:20
2Throwin' Memories On The Fire2:00

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
MCA-40839Cal Smith Tabernacle Tom ‎(7")MCA RecordsMCA-40839US1975
MCA-40839Cal Smith Tabernacle Tom ‎(7", Single)MCA RecordsMCA-40839Canada1975

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Album

Read about Tabernacle Tom from Cal Smith's My Kind of Country and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. Cal Smith born April 7, 1932 is an American country musician, most famous for his 1974 hit Country Bumpkin. Career He was born with the name Calvin Grant Shofner on April 7, 1932, in Gans, Oklahoma, and was raised in Oakland California. He began his music career performing at the Remember Me Cafe in San Francisco at the age of fifteen, but he was not financially successful at first. Throughout the 1950s, he was not able to continue his music career, so he worked at various other jobs, including truck driving and bronco busting. wlmaden requested this one for the reason that the version already on here cuts off the end of the song So, here we go It's another good cut from Cal' Smith - Tabernacle Tom Letras y canción para escuchar - The youngstown tabernacle stood amongst some giant oak trees, Just outside of youngstown in eastern tennessee, The bell would toll each sunday for the. The youngstown tabernacle stood amongst some giant oak trees Just outside of youngstown in eastern tennessee The bell would toll each sunday for the youngstown folks to come The man who made the church bell ring was tabernacle tom. by Cal Smith. D7 Ol' tabernacle Tom had a bell to ring G C G Tabernacle Tom had a job to be done. D7 G Thank God the world's been blessed with men like tabernacle Tom. C G One day the news like wild fire went racing through Youngstown. D7 They said ol' crazy Tom had burned the tabernacle down. G C G So the sheriff went and got him and took him off to jail. D7 G The Youngstown Christian Soldiers said ol' Tom was bound for hell. C G Sunday morning found the heavens filled with dark and churning clouds. D7 By church time it was raining hard and the wind was howling loud. Appears On. Cal Smith. My Kind of CountryI Just Came Home to Count the Memories. Hux Records. Tabernacle Tom. Ainda não temos a cifra desta música. Contribua The youngstown tabernacle stood amongst some giant oak trees Just outside of youngstown in eastern tennessee The bell would toll each sunday for the youngstown folks to come The man who made the church bell ring was tabernacle tom. The youngstown people said old tom was touched in his mind He mowed the lawn and cleaned the church and never charged a dime They said he was a lonely man no friend or kin or wife And to serve gods tabernacle was his only aim in life. Album 2020 10 Songs. Cal Smith: Studio 102 Essentials. Have You Ever Been Lonely. Country Bumpkin. Let's Live a Little. Cal Smith - His Very Best Re-recorded Version. The Lord Knows I'm Drinking. Calvin Grant Shofner April 7, 1932 October 10, 2013, known professionally as Cal Smith, was an American country musician, most famous for his 1974 hits Country Bumpkin and It's Time to Pay the Fiddler. Calvin Grant Shofner was born on April 7, 1932, in Gans, Oklahoma, as the youngest of three sons of James Otto and Ethel Quinn Shofner. During the Great Depression, the Smiths headed west and settled in Oakland, California, and he grew up in San Jose, California. Smith began his music career. Aún no tenemos el cifrado de esta canción. Contribuye The youngstown tabernacle stood amongst some giant oak trees Just outside of youngstown in eastern tennessee The bell would toll each sunday for the youngstown folks to come The man who made the church bell ring was tabernacle tom