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 Frankie Miller - A Letter Home From Korea   

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Release Date:03/03/2017;Notes:10"-LP incl. Historical liner notes by Hank Davis! One of the most unusual country records of the year, if not the decade! Texas honky-tonk singer Frankie Miller enjoyed a string of hits for STARDAY in the '50s and '60s [issued on BEAR FAMILY BCD 16566]. Nearly a decade before those classic recordings, Frankie was drafted into the Army. He gave up a blossoming music career and went off to fight in Korea. Frankie bought a guitar while on leave in Seoul and taped a letter for the folks back in Texas, singing samples of the latest songs he had written while far from home. Over sixty years later, that tape was found and made it's way to this historic LP!;Track List:1. Golden Moon;2. Louisiana Fiddlin' Man;3. It's No Big Thing to Me;4. Deep in My Heart;5. That's What You Mean to Me;6. Living By the Bible;7. The Sunset Limited;8. Their Prayers Were Too Late;9. China Nights (Shina No Yoru);10. Farewell Message from Korea;Special Attributes:10-INCH VINYL

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