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Eddy Arnold Make The World Go Away (Original)

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Uploaded on May 8, 2008

Lable: RCA-8679, Weeks on the pop chart:14, Peak Pos:#6, Date Charted: 10/16/1965.
Eddy Arnold May 15, 1918 - May 08,2008
Eddy Arnold, the "Tennessee Plowboy", who amassed 145 country chart appearances in 38 years. Born outside Nashville in 1918, Eddy worked as an undertaker's driver while doing radio work before finally hooking up as the vocalist for Pee Wee King's band. He left Pee Wee for a solo career in 1943, but his continued appearances on the Grand Old Opry helped propel his first 57 releases into the country top ten, including #1 tunes like "It's A Sin", "I'll Hold You In My Heart" and "Anytime". The latter proved to be his first pop crossover hit, the first of 32 appearances there, including the top 20 hits "Bouquet Of Roses" (#13-1948), "Texarcana Baby" (#18-1948), "Just A Little Lovin'" (#13-1948), "I'm Throwing Rice" (#19-1949) and his biggest pop hit-- "Make The World Go Away" (#6-1965). Eddy was named Entertainer of the Year by the Country Music Association in 1967 (while he was in the middle of a two-year string of seven #1 country hits) and was elected to the Country Music Hall of Fame in 1966. He had several television shows and appeared in two movies-- "Feudin' Rhythm" and "Hoedown". His last album was released in 2005.

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