Western Express Nashville Tennessee Deals: Price List & Price Comparison

Traveller [2
Traveller [2 LP]
What Would Dolly Do?: How to Be a
What Would Dolly Do?: How to Be a Diamond in a Rhinestone World
The Confederacy's Last Hurrah: Spring Hill, Franklin, and
The Confederacy's Last Hurrah: Spring Hill, Franklin, and Nashville (Modern War Studies)
From A Room: Volume 2
From A Room: Volume 2 [LP]
The Ultimate Collection -  Wanda
The Ultimate Collection - Wanda Jackson
Tennessee Ernie Ford Greatest
Tennessee Ernie Ford Greatest Hits
The Tennessee Plowboy & His
The Tennessee Plowboy & His Guitar
Country And Western Connie Francis Style - Two
Country And Western Connie Francis Style - Two Original LPs Plus Bonus Tracks [ORIGINAL RECORDINGS REMASTERED]
The Faith of Dolly Parton: Lessons from Her
The Faith of Dolly Parton: Lessons from Her Life to Lift Your Heart
The Songwriter's and Musician's Guide to Nashville (Songwriter's
The Songwriter's and Musician's Guide to Nashville (Songwriter's & Musician's Guide to Nashville)
Precious
Precious Memories
Beauty in the Breakdown: Choosing to
Beauty in the Breakdown: Choosing to Overcome
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Nashville Chops & Western Swing Guitar (DVD)
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Tennessee Centennial Exposition, Nashville, Open Until November 1, 1897
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Jimmy Hoffa Is Shot With An Air Pistol Nashville, Tennessee December 5, 1962 - eBook
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James Robertson, Father of Tennessee and Founder of Nashville - eBook
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USA, Tennessee, Nashville. Western singer Eddy Arnold's guitar. Print Wall Art By Cindy Miller Hopkins
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Ex Africa: the Ten Stages of My Life from the Niger Delta to Nashville, Tennessee - eBook
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A Guide to Historic Nashville, Tennessee - Paperback
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Personnel: Hank Locklin (vocals, guitar); Chet Atkins, Grady Martin, Rusty Kershaw (electric guitar); Velma W. Smith, Ray Edenton, Jimmy Selph, Jack Shook (guitar); Jimmy Day (steel guitar); Brenton Banks, Cecil Brower, Lillian Hunt (violin); Booker Rowe, Marvin Chantry, Gary VanOsdale (viola); Byron Bach (cello); Anita Kerr, Gordon Stoker (accordion, background vocals); Homer "Boots" Randolph (saxophone); Floyd Kramer (piano); Ray Stevens (harpsichord); Bill Walker (vibraphone); Bob Moore, Jerry Byrd, Henry Strzelecki, Roy Huskey, Jr. (bass); Buddy Harman, Ken Buttrey, Jerry Carrigan (drums); The Jordanaires, Hoyt Hawkins, June Page (background vocals).Producers: Stephen H. Sholes, Chet Atkins.Compilation producers: Rob Santos.Recorded at RCA Victor Studios, Nashville, Tennessee between 1955 & 1967. Includes liner notes by Rich Kienzle.This is part of RCA's "Country Legends" series.
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Look Up, Nashville! A Walking Tour of Nashville, Tennessee - eBook
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A Guide to Historic Nashville, Tennessee - eBook
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Nashville Tennessee Travel Guide Game and Journal: Travel Guide Game and Journal
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Personnel: Josh Rouse (vocals, guitar); Pat Sansone (guitar, vibraphone, keyboards, bass, percussion); Roger Moutenot (guitar, keyboards); David Henry (cello); Dennis Cronin (trumpet); Mike Grimes (bass); Darren Jesse, David Gehrke, Marc Pisapia (drums); Tony Miracle, Kip Kubin (programming); Curt Perkins (samples).Recorded at True Tone Studios & Woodland Studios, Nashville, Tennessee.