Johnny Paycheck (born Donald Eugene Lytle; May 31, 1938 – February 19, 2003) was an American country music singer-songwriter, t, and Grand Ole Opry member notable for recording the David Allan Coe song "Take This Job and Shove It". He achieved his greatest success in the 1970s as a force in country music's "Outlaw Movement" popularized by artists David Allan Coe, Waylon Jennings, Willie Nelson, Billy Joe Shaver, and Merle Haggard.
This is a detailed discography for American country music singer Johnny Paycheck. Paycheck initially recorded some singles under the name of Donny Young before releasing a few singles on Hilltop and then a string of albums with Little Darlin' Records in the mid-60s. In 1971 he signed with Epic Records and stayed with the label for over 10 years
that 1971 effort and on Sherrill's productions for George Jones - yet clearly the work of a Nashville pro in its nuanced productions, where the slight shifts in tone and additional musicians are subtle yet carry enormous impact.
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Johnny Paycheck скачать в mp3 на телефон или слушайте песню Johnny Paycheck - Armed And Crazy, Johnny Paycheck - Drinkin' and Drivin', Johnny Paycheck - Take This Job and Shove It, Johnny Paycheck - Slide Off Of Your Satin, Johnny Paycheck - Barstool Mountain и другие популярные треки и рингтоны. Johnny Paycheck – Georgia in a Jug. 2:42. Johnny Paycheck – She's Got a Drinking Problem. Johnny Paycheck – Green Green Grass of Home.
C Where are the lips I always used to cling to. C7 F Where is the love that filled my heart with pain. G7 C Gone are the dreams and things will never be the same. G7 Where is the smile that made my life worth living. C Where is the heart that once was so forgiving. C7 F Where can I find the happiness we knew. G7 C Where in the world I wish I only knew.
Donald Eugene Lytle (Johnny Paycheck), singer, songwriter and guitarist: born Greenfield, Ohio 31 May 1938; three times married (one son, two daughters); died Nashville, Tennessee 18 February 2003. In 1966 he and the producer Aubrey Mayhew formed Little Darlin' Records and in the same year Paycheck scored a Top Ten hit for the label with "The Lovin' Machine". The sides he cut for Little Darlin' are now widely admired, but they failed to prevent it from going into liquidation and, by the end of the decade, he was living in California and mired in drug and alcohol abuse. In 1971, however, Billy Sherrill of Epic Records offered him a new recording contract.
Johnny Paycheck performs at the Holiday Star in Chicago on July 3, 1981. Kirk West/Getty Images. You don’t mess with a country outla. specially when he’s packing. Related: Flashback: Watch a Johnny Cash Christmas Clip From 1978. On December 19, 1985 - almost 30 years to the date after the release of Folsom Prison Blues, during which Johnny Cash’s character shoots a man in Reno just to watch him die -songwriter Johnny Paycheck shot a man in Hillsboro, Ohio