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    Charlie Walker

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    Albums:17
    Songs:90

    Most Popular Songs (more)

    1Intro by T. Tommy Cutter lyrics
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    Out of a Honky Tonk lyrics
    3I Go Anywhere (To Forget You) lyrics
    4Pick Me Up on Your Way Down lyrics
    5Back in My Baby's Arms Again lyrics
    6Intro to song 7 lyrics
    7Intro to song 9 lyrics
    8Mountain Dew lyrics
    9Softly and Tenderly lyrics
    10Bad Girl lyrics

    Most Popular Albums (more)

    1Greatest Hits [Columbia] [1961]
    2Recorded Live in Dallas Texas [Epic] [1969]
    3Close All the Honky Tonks [Epic] [1965]
    4Greatest Hits [Epic] [1968]
    5He Is My Everything [Epic] [1969]
    6Wine, Women and Walker [Epic] [1966]
    7Born to Lose [Epic] [1966]
    8Golden Hits [Harmony] [1967]
    9Don't Squeeze My Sharmon [Epic] [1967]
    10Country Style [Vocalion] [1967]

    Biography

    Country singer Charlie Walker had a sporadic career with one
    major highlight, his 1958 classic hit release of Harlan Howard's
    "Pick Me up on Your Way Down." Texas-born Walker began in
    the early '40s as a vocalist in the Cowboy Ramblers. After several
    years singing with the Bill Boyd-led group, Walker briefly retired from
    the performing side of the business to work as a DJ. A recording
    contract with Columbia brought him back to performing, though,
    and it was then that he scored with Howard's classic composition.
    Minor hits followed, including a trilogy of honky tonk-inspired tunes,
    "Close All the Honky Tonks," "Honky Tonk Season," and even a
    cover of the Rolling Stones' "Honky Tonk Women." After the hits
    dried up, Walker moved to the land of mediocre performers, Las
    Vegas, and sang there for several years before attempting an
    unsuccessful comeback with MCA in 1986.

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