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King Records' budget discs practically defy criticism because they aren't designed to please critics or collectors. They're often churned out with little attention to detail and crop up as impulse purchase items at truck stops and convenience stores. To its credit, the label has improved its offerings over the years, particularly with regard to sound quality. Best of the Best, despite its brevity, is a good summary of Cowboy Copas' chart hits that surpasses even the 26-track import anthology Copasetic on that point. The collection is a little unusual for a budget title in that it includes, among its few tracks, two versions of the song "Signed, Sealed and Delivered." Both recordings were major hits — the first recording nearly topped the charts in 1948, and the remake (on Starday Records) was a hit all over again in 1961. One Top Ten hit is omitted ("The Strange Little Girl"), with the lower-charting but excellent "Hangman's Boogie" taking its place. Best of the Best is too brief to be the final word, but if you're looking for a collection of Copas' chart hits that extends into the 1960s, it's as good as anything out there.


Né(e) : 15 juillet 1913 à Adams County, OH

Genre : Country

Années d’activité : '20s, '30s, '40s, '50s, '60s

A honky tonk singer popular in the late '40s, Cowboy Copas made something of a comeback in the early '60s before he died in the air crash that also killed Patsy Cline and Hawkshaw Hawkins. Born Lloyd Estel Copas on July 15, 1913, he dropped out of school at the age of 14 and began playing fiddle in several string bands around his Ohio home. On a dare, Copas traveled to Cincinnati to enter a contest, and wound up performing on radio shows for Cincinnati's WLW and later WKRC. By 1940, Copas moved to...
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