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From The Album Play album. Play track. Artist images 3 more. Stonewall Jackson 46, listeners Related Tags country classic country stonewall jackson Stone wall Jackson, born in Tabor City, North Carolina November 6, , is an American country singer and musician who achieved his greatest fame during country's golden honky tonk era in the late s and early s.
He was named after the famous general, Thomas "Stonewall" Jackson, who was an ancestor. His most popular song was "Waterloo" in The song is a haunting and catchy tune that states that "Everybody has to meet his Waterloo," meaning their fate or comeuppance. The song cites Adam, Napoleon and Tom Dooley as examples. Jackson was t… read more.
Stone wall Jackson, born in Tabor City, North Carolina November 6, , is an American country singer and musician who achieved his greatest fame during country's golden honky tonk er… read more. Stone wall Jackson, born in Tabor City, North Carolina November 6, , is an American country singer and musician who achieved his greatest fame during country's golden honky tonk era in the late s and early s.
He was na… read more. Similar Artists Play all. Trending Tracks 1. All Things Hyped: Last. Five years after Stonewall Jackson the Confederate general died, Horatio Alger published his first novel. Alger's name alone conjures up a story like the one our Stonewall Jackson will tell us.
His plotlines were similar if not identical: a teenage boy from a poor and disadvantaged family would overcome numerous obstacles to triumph and build his own American Dream. Alger believed passionately in the American Dream, and actually helped forge and define it. The story of our Stonewall Jackson is every bit a Horatio Alger story, and he is both voluble and guarded in telling it. There are some subjects that remain off limits; some stories that won't be told.
Like a seasoned politician, Stonewall will often answer his own unasked question when the line of questioning approaches a subject he doesn't want to address. Stonewall himself is the major source for his story, and so of course it is prone to be skewed toward his perspective. Someone else, usually someone else no longer living, might have a different perspective or some additional information that might clarify some of the stories, so bear in mind that, for the greater part, this is history as seen through one man's eyes.
Even so, some of it is history that most of us will be very glad we didn't experience first hand. Thirty miles outside Tabor City, North Carolina, in the settlement of Emerson there was an engineer on a logging train named David Waymond Jackson, and in he died of complications from a hernia several weeks before his third son was born. Waymond reckoned that he was related to General Stonewall Jackson and told his wife, Lula Lorene Turner Jackson, that he wanted to name the child 'Stonewall' if it was a boy.
And so the boy child born on November 6, was named Stonewall Jackson. And then there were three. Lula was half Seminole, and had a hard time finding work after Waymond died. She married a cotton mill worker named James Leviner, who was two years older than her. Stonewall has nothing good to say about Leviner. We couldn't have gotten a worse one. Stonewall's first memory of Leviner is of him becoming angry when he was working on an automobile.
He took a crowbar and began demolishing it. Help Stamp Out Loneliness Promises and Hearts Were Made to Break Angry Words Me and You and a Dog Named Boo Torn from the Pages of Life. Funny How Time Slips Away 2. Folsom Prison Blues 6. Wabash Cannonball 7. Gonna Pack My Troubles 8. She Thinks I Still Care 9. Big Bad John I've Made Enough Mistakes Today Foolin' Around Oh Lonesome Me I've Been Everywhere How's The World Treating You Rawhide 2.
Rovin' Gambler 4. I Fall To Pieces 5. North To Alaska 6. One Step Beyond 7. My Name Is Mud 8. I Don't Hurt Anymore 9.
Delia's Gone Lonesome Old House The Great Speckled Bird Heart To Heart Talk Jambalaya On The Bayou Whole Lotta Lookin' I'm A Fool To Care Bummin' Around Run The Heel Bowie Knife You Done Me Wrong Under The Double Eagle Tender Years Tracks of Disc 3 1. Hello Walls 3. My Special Angel 4. He'll Have To Go 5. She's Got You 6. That Lucky Old Sun 7. Sixteen Tons Tennessee 8. I Still Miss Someone Smoke Along The Track Beggar To A King Tennessee Teardrops Misery Loves Company The Same Old Me Strange Please Help Me, I'm Falling Out of Print.
Knock off Your Naggin' Song previews provided courtesy of iTunes. American Originals CD. Out of Stock. I Walk the Line 2. Let's Think About Livin' 3. Oh Lonesome Me 4. Move It on Over 5. All American Boy 6. That's All Right 7. Go Away Hound Dog 8. I'm Coming Home 9. Muleskinner Blues White Bucks and Saddle Shoes Whole Lotta Woman Mule Train Teenage Boogie Rock It Smoke Along the Track Watch Dog Maybelline I'm a One Woman Man Cry, Cry, Cry Sweet Sweet Girl Tracks of Disc 2 1.
Blue Blue Day 2. Folsom Prison Blues 4. Chattanoogie Shoe Shine Boy 5. Gonna Find Me a Bluebird 6. All Grown Up 7. Birmingham Bounce 8. Pan American 9. Rockin' in the Congo Call Me Up That Silver-Haired Daddy of Mine I Ain't Never Cherokee Boogie Last Train to San Fernando Get Rhythm Hillbilly Fever When It's Springtime in Alaska Knee Deep in the Blues Tracks of Disc 3 1. Singing the Blues 2. Sixteen Tons 3. I Can't Stop Loving You 4. There You Go 6.
I'm Ready If You're Willing 8. Young Love 9. Lightnin' Express Half-Breed Bimbo Caribbean Kaw-Liga Wake Up Irene Ballad of a Teenage Queen Rockabilly Baby All for the Love of a Girl Oh Baby Mine Big River 3. Spanish Fireball 4. One By One 5. No Help Wanted 7.
You Better Not Do That 9. Give Myself a Party Yonder Comes a Sucker Jambalaya Who Shot Sam Hey Joe Guess Things Happens That Way Why Baby Why Honky Tonk Man Bad Bad Day 4. Don't Take Your Guns to Town 5. You Better Not Go 6. Auctioneer 8. Loose Talk 9. Just Married Watcha Gonna Do Now Nothin' Needs Nothin' Good Deal Lucille I Can't Dance Release Me Look Who's Blue Lynching Party Tracks of Disc 6 1.
Shotgun Boogie 2. Gamblin' Man 3. Why Why 4. Frankie's Man Johnny 5. Johnny Reb 6. My Hands Are Tied 7. Stairway of Love 9. Above and Beyond Hey Mae Desertion at the Little Big Horn Blue Boy Train of Love Run Boy Run If You Don't Know It Please Help Me I'm Falling Ain't I the Lucky One Sleepy Eyed John Tracks of Disc 7 1. Four Walls 2. Under Your Spell Again 4. Sink the Bismarck 5. Gotta Travel on 6. What About Me 7. Cigarettes and Coffee Blues 8.
Rock Island Line Heartaches By the Number Penny Candy Hey Sheriff Sweet Dreams Am I That Easy to Forget Cut Across Shorty Wreck of the Old '97 Tracks of Disc 8 1. White Lightnin' 2. All-Time Greatest Hits. Faron Young. The Best of Ferlin Husky. Ferlin Husky. The Essential Hank Snow. Hank Snow. We Could. Felice Bryant. If Teardrops Were Pennies.
Carl Butler. She'll Still Be Gone. You Can Check on Me. Almost Hear the Blues. While the Daisies Grow Free. I'll Go Get the Tool Box. Gene Crysler. Only Lonely Me. I Can't Dry Your Tears. You're the Sad in My Songs. I Threw Away the Rose. Merle Haggard. It's Such a Pretty World Today. Dale Noe. Big Busy World. Gonna Find Me a Bluebird.
Marvin Rainwater. Nothing Takes the Place of Loving You. Why I'm Walking. My Song. Don't Be Angry Stonewall Jackson. Grieving in My Heart Stonewall Jackson. Gettin' Older Stonewall Jackson. Why I'm Walkin' Stonewall Jackson. Life to Go George Jones. Smoke Along the Track Alan Rose. Waterloo John D.
Jackson made history with the Opry, becoming the first singer to join without the benefit of a hit record or a recording contract before , of course. He was also the first artist to record a live album at the sacred venue. Jackson found himself by embracing his own style — a breathless baritone absent of vibrato, with a trademark delivery including chopped-off lyrics at the end of each line.Jun 18, · Check out The Dynamic Stonewall Jackson by Stonewall Jackson on Amazon Music. Stream ad-free or purchase CD's and MP3s now on newwave.zulkikreegavinrarathorgagra.infoinfo Waterloo 2. Smoke Along the Track The Carpet on the Floor 6. Man Has Cried 7. Uncle Sam and Big John Bull 8. Mary Don't You Weep 9. Ward of Broken Hearts Why I'm Walkin' Let's Call It a Day 12 /5(4).