When Lefty Frizzell launched his recording career in 1950 he struck a rich vein of success, scoring hit after hit, with his unique vowel-bending phrasing. His influence though not immediately apparent, was a major factor in the development of Texan honky-tonk country music. That influence permeated to a host of subsequent artists ranging from Merle Haggard and Willie Nelson, through Buddy Holly and Roy Orbison, to George Strait and Randy Travis.
Disc 11. I Love You A Thousand Ways
Disc 21. It's Just You (I Could Love Always)
Disc 31. Before You Go Make Sure You Know
Disc 41. It Gets Late So Early