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Soul; Cross the Border Line; There's a Rainbow of Love in the Sky; Keep Your Eyes upon the Cross; I'll Meet You by the River; I Hold His Hand; I'm Walking in the Light; God Is Right; I Cannot Bring Them Back; 111 Have a Mansion of My Own; It Won't Be Very Long Now; Jesus; Joy in My Soul; Judgment Day; Meet Me Up in Heaven Some Day; My Lord Is Caring for Me; My Thanks to Him; Promise You'll Meet Me; Road That Leads to Tomorrow; There's a Ranch House in Heaven; This Ole House; Treasures at the End of the Trail; Way Up in Glory Land; etc. Stamps-Baxter Music and Printing Company, Dallas, Texas. Address: KRLD Radio, Dallas, Texas.
Stanley, Carter Glen, b. 8/27/25, Stratton, Va.; w. Mary Magdalene Kiser; s. Carter Lee, 12; William Edmond, 10; Bobby James, 4; d. Doris Jane, 7. Attended Ervinton High School, Nora, Va., 1931-43. Worked in shipyard. Plays guitar. Entertainment experience: WNVA, Nor­ton, Va., 1946; WCYB, Bristol, Va., 1946; La. Hayride, KWKH, Shreveport, La., 1951; TV, Huntington, W. Va.; WRVA Old Dominion Barn Dance, Richmond, Va., 1954; WHIS-TV, Bluefield, W. Va.; TV, Fla., 1958—. Colum­bia, Mercury, and King Records. Songs recorded: Gath­ering Flowers; White Dove; How Far to Little Rock; Loving You Too Well; Fling Ding; If That's the Way You Feel; I'd Rather Be Forgotten; No School Bus in Heaven; I'll Never Grow Tired of You; Gonna Paint the Town; That Happy Night; Train 45; She's More to Be Pittied; Midnight Ramble; Love Me Darling Just To­night; How Mt. Girls Love; Heaven Seems So Near; Mastertone March; Keep a Memory; Think of What You've Done; Your Selfish Heart; Clinch Mt. Backstep; The Memory of Your Smile; How Can We Thank Him for What He Has Done; That Home Far Away; Suwanee River Hoedown; The Memory of Your Smile; Mother's Footsteps Guide Me On; I'm a Man of Constant Sorrow; Shenandoah Waltz; Sunny Side of the Mt.; When Jesus Beckons Me Home; Pass Me Not; etc. Most popular song was How Far to Little Rock. Writer or co-writer of 150 songs recorded by Stanley Brothers, including: The White Dove and Who'll Call You Sweetheart.
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