9 thoughts on “ Goldie Hill Smith* - Tell It To Your Lonely Walls (Vinyl)

  1. Goldie Hill. Goldie Hill (born Angolda Voncile Hill on January 11, ) was one of the first women in country music to reach the #1 spot with her hit I Let The Stars Get In My Eyes. Born in Karnes City, Texas, southeast of San Antonio, she was the sister of singer and songwriter Tommy Hill.
  2. Epic () as by Goldie Hill Smith There's Gotta Be More To Life (Than Loving A Man) / Almost Enough – (rev. Nov. 11) Loveable Fool / Making Plans - (rev. March 2) Got Me Sumpin' Goin' / Tell It To Your Lonely Walls -
  3. Goldie Hill S mith - There's Gotta Be More To Life (Than Lovin' A Man) / Almost Enough. 03/ SP EPIC (US). Goldie Hill S mith - Loveable Fool / Making Plans: 11/ SP EPIC (US). Goldie Hill S mith - Got Me Sumpin' Goin' / Tell It To Your Lonely Walls.
  4. Goldie Hill, Soundtrack: Opry Video Classics: Duets. Goldie Hill was born on January 11, in Karnes City, Texas, USA as Argolda Voncile Hill. She was married to Carl Smith. She died on February 24, in Nashville, Tennessee, USA.
  5. Goldie Hill (January 11, – February 24, ), born Argolda Voncile Hill, was an American country music fansmorkawalsyrafinenephlenage.xyzinfo was one of the first women in country music, and became one of the first women to reach the top of the country music charts with her No. 1 hit, "I Let the Stars Get In My Eyes".Along with Kitty Wells, sheHELPED set the standard for later women in country music.
  6. Comment: Goldie Hill Smith - Tell It To Your Lonely Walls - 7 Inch - Canada Pressing - Epic - - - B/W Got Me Sumpin' Goin' Marks On Both Labels - In Plain/Company Sleeve, Condition (Disc): /VG+. Quick dispatch. International orders sent Airmail.
  7. Goldie Hill Smith. Submit Corrections. Goldie Hill Biography by Al Campbell + Follow Artist. Country singer of the s whose fire burned fierce but fast, earned an enduring name among music buffs. Lonely Heartaches: Decca According to My Heart: Decca Country Hit Parade: Decca Country Songs.
  8. Jul 26,  · vinyl Because Goldie pulled the plug on her career at such a young age, the number of albums she released was small, especially when compared to other artists of her generation. As best as I can tell, there were four studio albums issued on Decca .

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