Jazz Latin New Age. Aggressive Bittersweet Druggy. Energetic Happy Hypnotic. Tyler altered but did not write "The Deck of Cards. He was a frequent performer on the Grand Ole Filipino Baby - T. Texas Tyler - His Great Hits and Louisiana Hayrideas well as hosting his own television show in Los Angeles, California in His career was hampered at the end of the s because of personal problems, although some albums on King Records USA with 4 Star material and hymns have been released.
In the s Tyler enjoyed a revival when he recorded two albums one containing hymns for Capitol Records and in another for Starday Records. Soon he had moderate hits with several covers of widely performed country songs of the day: "Filipino Filipino Baby - T.
Texas Tyler - His Great Hits followed by "Remember Me" and Jack Guthrie's "Oklahoma Hills. The piece had perhaps an older pedigree than any other in the country repertoire; similar poems in which a soldier uses a deck of cards as a set of religious symbols have been found dating back to the medieval era.
A marijuana possession arrest in Texas slowed his career, but many of his recordings were collected in the newly popular format of the LP album. He signed with the Starday label and performed several times on the Grand Ole Opry. In the '50s he became a gospel singer and Assembly of God minister, recording the all-gospel album, The Great Texan, for King in Tyler spent the bulk of the s touring and preaching; he also recorded a gospel album for Capitol, a Dream On - Noel Gallaghers High Flying Birds - Noel Gallaghers High Flying Birds country album Filipino Baby - T.
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Texas Tyler - His Great Hits and settled down in Springfield, MO, where he preached to a local congregation and also performed occasionally. Apple Music Preview. Texas Tyler was a successful figure from the late '40s through the mid-'50s, often credited with helping to popularize the sentimental country "recitation" -- a storytelling composition partly or completely Rio Forever - No Artist - Muzyczna Podróż Po Świecie 2 by the performer -- with his massive hit "Deck of Cards.
As a young man, Tyler moved to Rhode Island to live with his brother, who was stationed there while serving in the Navy. He got his start working in radio in the early '30s and then spent much of the decade touring and performing on the radio, creating his stage name by combining the names of cowboy crooners Tex Ritter and Tom Tyler.
Tyler served in the U. Army during World War II. Following his discharge inTyler went to Southern California and began appearing daily on the radio in Long Beach and Los Angeles.
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