Bob Wills & His Texas Playboys

James Robert (Bob) Wills (March 6, 1905 ? May 13, 1975) was an American country musician, songwriter, and big band leader. New Mexico, Texas, and Oklahoma He was born near Kosse, Texas to Emma Lee Foley and John Tompkins Wills.[1] His father was a fiddle player who along with his grandfather, taught the young Wills to play the fiddle and the mandolin. Wills spent his youth picking cotton and listening to adults sing their way through the day.

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Faded Love 1947 - 1973 CD9

Faded Love 1947 - 1973 CD9

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Faded Love 1947 - 1973 CD8

Faded Love 1947 - 1973 CD8

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Faded Love 1947 - 1973 CD7

Faded Love 1947 - 1973 CD7

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Faded Love 1947 - 1973 CD6

Faded Love 1947 - 1973 CD6

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Faded Love 1947 - 1973 CD5

Faded Love 1947 - 1973 CD5

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Faded Love 1947 - 1973 CD4

Faded Love 1947 - 1973 CD4

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Faded Love 1947 - 1973 CD3

Faded Love 1947 - 1973 CD3

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Faded Love 1947 - 1973 CD2

Faded Love 1947 - 1973 CD2

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Faded Love 1947 - 1973 CD14

Faded Love 1947 - 1973 CD14

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Faded Love 1947 - 1973 CD13

Faded Love 1947 - 1973 CD13

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