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    The Carter's Country Hits - 33 Country Hits


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    The Carter's Country Hits
    Originally formed by Sara, Maybelle and Alvin Pleasant Carter, the Carter Family were the first family group to become country stars. The Carter Family remain famous for their folk songs which are now part of America’s pop culture. “Keep on the Sunny Side”, “I’m Thinking Tonight of my Blue Eyes”, “Can the Circle be Unbroken” and “Wildwood Flower” were all written by AP Carter, and sold millions of copies. They are now part of America’s 1930s heritage.

    1 Wildwood Flower
    2 Keep On the Sunny Side
    3 The Church in the Wildwood
    4 Are You Lonesome Tonight?
    5 Bury Me Under the Weeping Willow
    6 Can the Circle Be Unbroken?
    7 Worried Man Blues
    8 Wabash Cannonball
    9 River of Jordan
    10 On the Sea of Galilee
    11 Where We’ll Never Grow Old
    12 I’m Thinking Tonight of My Blue Eyes
    13 When the Wo