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Justin Tubb - I Gotta Go Get My Baby (Shellac)

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  1. Dujar
    Tubb had a few recordings of his own that enjoyed success, including "I Gotta Go Get My Baby" and "Take a Letter Miss Gray", but he was more successful as a songwriter. He penned many hit songs for other performers, including "Keeping Up with the Joneses", "Love Is No Excuse", and " Lonesome ", a hit for Hawkshaw Hawkins.
  2. Nagami
    Listen free to Justin Tubb – I Gotta Go Get My Baby (What's Wrong With The Way We're Doin' It Now, I Gotta Go Get My Baby and more). 16 tracks (). Discover more music, concerts, videos, and pictures with the largest catalogue online at calpanisccambchetsatatharoundnotofo.coinfo
  3. Shakahn
    Justin Wayne Tubb, 20 August , San Antonio, Texas, USA, d. 24 January , Nashville, Texas, USA. The eldest son of country music legend Ernest Tubb, he attended Castle Heights Military School, Lebanon, from He had solo Top 10s with ‘I Gotta Go Get My Baby’ and ‘Take A Letter Miss Gray’, and further duet successes with.
  4. Nikogami
    I Gotta Go Get My Baby by Justin Tubb. 8 country [artist #2 hit] [Decca ] written by Kay Adelman & Marvin Rainwater. 2. Take a Letter Miss Gray by Justin Tubb. 6 country [artist #1 hit] written by Justin Tubb. 3. But Wait There's More by Justin Tubb. 1. 63 country.
  5. Nigar
    Justin Tubb ‎– Pepper Hot Baby Label: Bear Family Records ‎– BCD AH Series: Gonna Shake This Shack I Gotta Go Get My Baby: I Miss You So Featuring – Goldie Hill: Try Me One More Time: There'll Be No Teardrops Tonight: Giveaway Girl: Almost Lonely.
  6. Meztikasa
    Justin Tubb Pepper Hot Baby. Add to Custom List. Add to My Collection. AllMusic Rating. User Ratings (0) I Gotta Go Get My Baby. Kay Adelman / Marvin Rainwater. Justin Tubb. Amazon: I Miss You So. Justin Tubb.
  7. Jugar
    In he joined the Opry, and in he had his first solo success with the Top Ten hit "I Gotta Go Get My Baby." Tubb signed to Starday in the early '60s, released a few albums, and toured so much that he was temporarily dropped from the Opry for not appearing often enough.
  8. Gum
    Rock It Down to My House compiles his complete Decca recordings from , including his three hits for the label: "I Gotta Go Get My Baby," "Looking Back to See" and "Sure Fire Kisses," the latter two of which are duets with Goldie Hill.

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