- Performer:Carl Smith
- Title:Smith's the Name
- Style:Honky Tonk,Traditional Country
- Date of release:1957
- Size FLAC version1490 megabytes
- Size MP3 version1666 megabytes
- Size WMA version1234 megabytes
- Formats:ASF AAC AHX AIFF AC3 VOC
Time Changes Everything. Oh, No! If I Could Hold Back the Dawn. That's What You Think. If You Want it, I've Got It. Please Come Back Home. Look What Thoughts Done to Me. The House That Love Built.
Send to a friend: Carl Smith. Smiths The Name Album. Carl Smith The Essential Carl Smith (1950-1956). Carl Smith Satisfaction Guaranteed.
He was married in the 50s to June Carter and later to country singer Goldie Hill. Father of Carlene Carter. Hosted a weekly TV show, Carl Smith's Country Music Hall, for 5 years in the 60s. Inducted into Country Music Hall of Fame in 2003.
Full list of Carl Smith albums, sorted by release date. You can also sort the list of albums by most recently added, year recorded (from most recent to first recorded), by views and by album name.
The album was well received by critics and listeners, and reached number two on the UK Albums Chart, staying on the chart for 33 weeks. It established the Smiths as a prominent band in the 1980s music scene in the United Kingdom. The production was flat and dour, yet it succeeded in conjuring yet another Manchester-in-song, distinctly different from that of Ian Curtis and Mark E. Smith. But everything about The Smiths ran contrary to mid-80s pop, from Joe Dallesandro on the cover to the restrained jangling of the songs, but mainly through Moz's dramatised disgust at sex, which here exists to ruin true love at best, and to ruin an entire young life at worst.
Carl Smith - Loose Talk 02:31. Carl Smith - Satisfaction Guaranteed 03:00. Carl Smith - Sing Her a Love Song 02:44. Columbia Sessions (1950-1959) - Carl Smith. Let's Live a Little + Smith's the Name - Carl Smith. Let's Live A Little - Carl Smith. Carl Smith, Vol. 1 - Carl Smith. Easy To Please - Carl Smith.
In the 1960s and 1970s, Smith incorporated more Western swing into much of his recorded material. He remained with Columbia Records for almost 25 years, leaving in 1975 to sign with Hickory Records. By this time his singles were barely making the charts. He appeared in the Hawaii Five-O episode, "Man on Fire", first aired on October 21, 1976.
CreditsBoudleaux Bryant - Composer
Carl Butler - Composer
Tommy Duncan - Composer
Autry Inman - Composer
Sonny James - Composer
Roland Johnson - Composer
Vic McAlpin - Composer
John Skye - Composer
Carl Smith - Guitar, Primary Artist, Vocals
Nellie Smith - Composer
Gene Sullivan - Composer
Wiley Walker - Composer
Bob Wills - Composer
|1||San Antonio Rose Bob Wills||Carl Smith|
|2||Time Changes Everything Tommy Duncan||Carl Smith|
|3||Lovin' Is Livin' Boudleaux Bryant||Carl Smith|
|4||Oh No||Carl Smith|
|5||If I Could Hold Back the Dawn Carl Butler||Carl Smith|
|6||That's What You Think Roland Johnson||Carl Smith|
|7||Live and Let Live Gene Sullivan / Wiley Walker||Carl Smith|
|8||If You Want It, I've Got It||Carl Smith|
|9||Please Come Back Home Autry Inman||Carl Smith|
|10||Look What Thought Done to Me||Carl Smith|
|11||House That Love Built Vic McAlpin / Nellie Smith||Carl Smith|
|12||Come Back to Me Sonny James / John Skye||Carl Smith|