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Bouncing around in a hybrid style that at its best combined pop, country, rock & roll, and sometimes even a dose of jazz, Rusty Draper turned going middle of the road into a fine career. This massive 66-track, double-disc set has just about everything Draper anyone would ever need, collecting his hits "No Help Wanted," "Gambler's Guitar," "Lighthouse," "The Shifting Sands," and "The Ballad of Davy Crockett," his duets with Patti Page, and key tracks from his albums, including several cuts from his acclaimed album of Hoagy Carmichael covers. Varied and fun, and at times even beautiful, this release at once makes a fine introduction and a fine career overview for an artist who was one of the biggest crossover acts of the 1950s.

Biography

Born: 25 January 1925 in Kirksville, MO

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '50s, '60s, '70s, '80s

Singer Rusty Draper was one of the biggest crossover stars of the early '50s, selling over a million records to pop and country audiences before the rise of rock & roll derailed his career. Born Farrell Draper in Kirksville, MO, on January 25, 1920, he received his first guitar at age ten, and within two years made his radio debut on Tulsa station WTUL's Cy Perkins Show. From there, Draper hosted his own show on Des Moines outlet WWHO, occasionally substituting for sports announcer Ronald "Dutch"...
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