OPRY VIDEO CLASSICS DELUXE EDITION

Opry Video Classics 17 DVD

OPRY VIDEO CLASSICS DELUXE EDITION

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The most comprehensive collection of LIVE Grand Ole Opry country music performances ever assembled on DVD

The Deluxe 17-DVD Opry Video Classics collection includes 261 classic performances by country legends, including Johnny Cash, Patsy Cline, George Jones, Loretta Lynn, Dolly Parton, Ray Price, Marty Robbins, Conway Twitty, Tammy Wynette, and so many more. This includes the FREE bonus DVD with 21 rare and uplifting performances by country music icon, Loretta Lynn. 

Unlock a treasure-trove of classic country music with these amazing vintage performances, filmed live on-stage at the Grand Ole Opry’s Ryman Auditorium. 

From rhinestones to cowboy hats, these videos take you back to the golden age of country music. Legendary stars from the '50s, '60s and '70s take the stage to perform their greatest hits.

You'll have a front row seat at the Grand Ole Opry with country legends in the prime of their careers. It's a country music fan's dream come true.

Featuring artists like…

  • Johnny Cash
  • Tammy Wynette
  • Conway Twitty
  • Loretta Lynn
  • Patsy Cline
  • Willie Nelson
  • The Statler Brothers
  • George Jones
  • Waylon Jennings
  • Connie Smith
  • Dolly Parton
  • Eddy Arnold

Disc 1

Opry Video Classics: Duets

No need to check the thermostat. The heat's coming from the TV screen when legendary country stars team up in Duets. Conway Twitty & Loretta Lynn and Porter Wagoner & Dolly Parton light up the stage. Newlyweds Johnny Cash & June Carter are "hotter than a pepper sprout" in Jackson, while George Jones & Tammy Wynette perform The Ceremony and renew the wedding vows of their tempestuous marriage. Sweet, sweet harmonies.

  Song Title Artist
Oh Lonesome Me Don Gibson
(Remember Me) I’m The One Who Loves You Bobby Lord & Patsy Cline
Looking Back To See Justin Tubb w/ Goldie Hill
Let It Be Me Skeeter Davis & Bobby Bare
We Must Have Been Out of Our Minds George Jones and Melba Montgomery
Holding On to Nothin’ Porter Wagoner & Dolly Parton
Jackson Johnny Cash and June Carter Cash
Put It Off Until Tomorrow Bill Phillips & Ruby Wright
After the Fire Is Gone Conway Twitty & Loretta Lynn
We’re Gonna Hold On George Jones & Tammy Wynette
For Loving You Bill Anderson & Jan Howard
After Closing Time David Houston & Barbara Mandrell
Tennessee Bird Walk Jack Blanchard & Misty Morgan
The Ceremony George Jones & Tammy Wynette
If Teardrops Were Pennies Porter Wagoner & Dolly Parton

Disc 2

Opry Video Classics: The Hall of Fame:

Back in 1961, the Country Music Association founded the Country Music Hall of Fame to recognize the top artists, songwriters, broadcasters and executives in the business. Hall of Fame set honors the illustrious Class of '73 - Chet Atkins and Patsy Cline - with Chet's instrumental hit Yakety Axe and Patsy's Imagine That. Johnny Cash appears twice, while Willie Nelson in Mr. Record Man shows his rarely seen pre-outlaw, clean-cut side.

  Song Title Artist
Big River Johnny Cash And The Rock Hall Jam Band
Imagine That Patsy Cline
Po’ Folks Bill Anderson
Yakety Axe Chet Atkins
Mr. Record Man Willie Nelson
May the Bird of Paradise Fly up Your Nose Little Jimmy Dickens
Green, Green Grass of Home Porter Wagoner
Were You There Lord When They Crucified My Lord Johnny Cash & The Carter Family
I’ve Been Everywhere Hank Snow
Your Good Girls Gonna Go So Bad Tammy Wynette
One’s On The Way Loretta Lynn
Oh Lonesome Me Don Gibson
How Much More Can She Stand Conway Twitty
Joshua Dolly Parton
The Grand Tour George Jones

Disc 3

Opry Video Classics: Honky-Tonk Heroes

Nobody got things rolling better than Ernest Tubb with Walking the Floor Over You or Ray Price in Heartaches By the Number. Any joint worth its sawdust on the floor had to play Dave Dudley's Six Days on the Road and George Jones' The Race Is On - records that move the spirit and keep the spirits flowing.

  Song Title Artist
Walking The Floor Over You Ernest Tubb
Heartaches by the Number Ray Price
Misery Loves Company Porter Wagoner
Trouble’s Back In Town The Wilburn Brothers
Four Walls Jim Reeves
Detroit City Bobby Bare
Six Days on the Road Dave Dudley
Pick Me Up on Your Way Down Charlie Walker
Folsom Prison Blues Johnny Cash
In the Jailhouse Now Webb Pierce
Kaw-Liga Charlie Pride
The Race Is On George Jones
Ridin’ My Thumb Through Mexico Conway Twitty
Wasted Days and Wasted Nights Freddy Fender
Brown Eyed Handsome Man Waylon Jennings

Disc 4

Opry Video Classics: Legends

What makes a country star a legend? How about instant recognition on a first-name-only basis, like George (Jones) performing White Lightening, or Johnny (Cash) doing Ring of FireLegends has all the top draws, from Marty Robbin's El Paso, to Patsy Cline's Crazy, to Faron Young's Hello Walls. Throw in some medleys by Jim (Reeves) and Willie (Nelson), and you have a bonafide "Who's Who" of country music artists. 

  Song Title Artist
White Lightning George Jones
El Paso City Marty Robbins
I Can’t Stop Loving You Don Gibson
Four Walls Jim Reeves
Hello Walls Faron Young
City Lights Ray Price
Crazy Patsy Cline
Funny How Time Slips Away Willie Nelson
Ring Of Fire Johnny Cash
Flowers on the Wall The Statler Brothers
I Don’t Wanna Play House Tammy Wynette
Waltz across Texas Ernest Tubb
Coat of Many Colors Dolly Parton
Hello Darlin’ Conway Twitty
Coal Miner’s Daughter Loretta Lynn

Disc 5

Opry Video Classics: Love Songs

Nothing says "I Love You" like a country song. And no singer ever expressed these sentiments better than Dolly Parton in I Will Always Love You, one of the highlights from Love Songs. Patsy Cline and Ferlin Husky address the pain of separation. Sexy Conway Twitty gets right down to business in I See the Want To In Your Eyes. As for Ray Price - he make a failed romance sound mighty pretty in For the Good Times.

  Song Title Artist
Young Love Sonny James
Please Help Me, I’m Falling Hank Locklin
Gone Ferlin Husky
Leavin’ On Your Mind Patsy Cline
She Thinks I Still Care George Jones
Three Hearts in a Triangle Roy Drusky
Still Bill Anderson
Love Is the Foundation Loretta Lynn
Almost Persuaded David Houston
Easy Loving Freddie Hart
‘Til I Get It Right Tammy Wynette
I See the Want To In Your Eyes Conway Twitty
Before the Next Teardrop Falls Freddy Fender
I Will Always Love You Dolly Parton
For the Good Times Ray Price

Disc 6

Opry Video Classics: Pioneers 

The Carter Family, Roy Acuff and the Sons of the Pioneers belong to a select group of the earliest and most successful country recording artists. Pioneers spotlights them all doing such signature songs as Keep On the Sunny Side, Wabash Cannonball and Tumbling Tumbleweeds, alongside the influential blue-grass bands of Bill Monroe and Flatt & Scruggs. And when Grandpa Jones stomps through Good Old Mountain Dew, you won't be able to sit down.

  Song Title Artist
Wabash Cannon Call Roy Acuff
Mountain Dew Grandpa Jones
Keep On The Sunnyside Johnny Cash & The Carter Family
Oh, Baby Mine (I Get So Lonely) Johnny & Jack
No Help Wanted The Carlisles
I Don’t Believe You’ve Met My Baby The Louvin Brothers
Tumbling Tumbleweeds Sons of The Pioneers
Cattle Call Eddy Arnold
Crazy Arms Ray Price
Candy Kisses George Morgan
High Noon Tex Ritter
Uncle Pen Ricky Skaggs
Foggy Mountain Breakdown Flatt and Scruggs
Hey Joe! Carl Smith
I’m Moving On Hank Snow

Disc 7

Opry Video Classics: Queens of Country

Kitty Wells, the "Queen of Country Music," heads a roster of female artists who followed her lead to achieve stardom on their own. Queens of Country features Kitty's Making Believe, along with major hits by Patsy Cline, Loretta Lynn, Tammy Wynette and Dolly Parton. As a special treat, this set includes The Hurtin's All Over by Connie Smith, whom Dolly acknowledged as possessing one of the three best female voices in the world.

  Song Title Artist
Second Fiddle (To An Old Guitar) Jean Shepard
Makin’ Believe Kitty Wells
She Got You Patsy Cline
The End of the World Skeeter Davis
The Hurtin’s All Over Connie Smith
Don’t Touch Me Jeannie Seely
You Ain’t Woman Enough Loretta Lynn
Country Sunshine Dottie West
Rose Garden Lynn Anderson
Satin Sheets Jeanne Pruett
Stand By Your Man Tammy Wynette
Teddy Bear Song Barbara Fairchild
The Happiest Girl in the Whole U.S.A. Donna Fargo
Help Me Make It through the Night Sammi Smith
Jolene Dolly Parton

Disc 8

Opry Video Classics: Songs That Topped The Charts

Long, long ago, a record didn't just reach the No. 1 spot - it resided there, sometimes for months. Songs That Topped the Charts captures the biggest country hits, many of which also became significant pop singles. Check out Leroy Van Dyke's Walk On By (19 weeks at No. 1); Stonewall Jackson's Waterloo; and the Browns' The Three Bells, a country and pop chart-topper. They don't cut 'em like that anymore.

  Song Title Artist
Alabama Cowboy Copas
Wings of a Dove Ferlin Husky
The Three Bells (Les Trois Cloches) The Browns
I Forgot More Than You’ll Ever Know Skeeter Davis
Abilene George Hamilton IV
Walk On By Leroy Van Dyke
You’re the Only World I Know Sonny James
Talking Back Trembling Lips Ernest Ashworth
Charlie’s Shoes Billy Walker
Girls On The Billboard Del Reeves
A Satisfied Mind Porter Wagoner
Skip a Rope Henson Cargill
Waterloo Stonewall Jackson
Funny Face Donna Fargo
The Year That Clayton Delaney Died Tom T. Hall

Disc 9

Loretta Lynn: Songs of Inspiration – Free DVD!

Country music icon Loretta Lynn lends her voice to this assortment of beloved classic and contemporary gospel songs on Loretta Lynn: Songs of Inspiration. Lynn's amazing vocal talent is showcased in rare video clips of her performances as a regular on The Wilburn Brothers Show from 1963-1974.

  Song Title Artist
How Great Thou Art Loretta Lynn
He’s Got The Whole World In His Hands Loretta Lynn
I’d Rather Have Jesus Loretta Lynn
Where No One Stands Alone Loretta Lynn
In the Sweet By and By Loretta Lynn
Ten Thousand Angels Loretta Lynn
The Old Rugged Cross Loretta Lynn
Everybody Wants to Go to Heaven Loretta Lynn
Precious Memories Loretta Lynn
I’m Getting Ready to Go Loretta Lynn
If I Could Hear My Mother Pray Again Loretta Lynn
Peace in the Valley Loretta Lynn
Where They Ring Those Golden Bells Loretta Lynn
Put Your Hand in the Hand Loretta Lynn
If You Miss Heaven Loretta Lynn
Standing Room Only Loretta Lynn
Who Says God is Dead! Loretta Lynn
The Third Man Loretta Lynn
Oh, Come, Angel Band Loretta Lynn
I Believe Loretta Lynn
In the Garden Loretta Lynn

Disc 10

Opry Video Classics: Songs That Topped the Charts 2

By sheer luck or by destiny, every selection on Songs That Topped the Charts 2 made it to the coveted No. 1 spot on Billboard. Although Tammy Wynette, Hank Snow and Tom T. Hall were no strangers to the chart-toppers club, Carl Butler, Warner Mack, Jerry Wallace and Connie Smith arrived there only one time. Once a Day earned Connie bragging rights as the first female country singer to have her debut single top the charts.

  Song Title Artist
(When You Feel Like You’re in Love) Don’t Just Stand There Carl Smith
I Don’t Hurt Anymore Hank Snow
Alone with You Faron Young
Don’t Let Me Cross Over Carl Butler
Once a Day Connie Smith
The Rhumba Boogie Hank Snow
I Get The Fever Bill Anderson
The Bridge Washed Out Warner Mack
All the Time Jack Greene
Good Lovin’ (Makes It Right) Tammy Wynette
Woman (Sensuous Woman) Don Gibson
I Love Tom T. Hall
If You Leave Me Tonight I’ll Cry Jerry Wallace
Keep Me in Mind Lynn Anderson
Country Bumpkin Cal Smith

Disc 11

Opry Video Classics: Kings of Country

Unlike royalty that could only be approached and addressed with formality, the kingpins of country music operated on a first name basis. Stars like Eddy (Arnold), Johnny (Cash) and Waylon (Jennings) became larger-than-life figures to their fans and collectively dominated the scene from the ‘40s through the ‘70s. Kings of Country features performances by these artists, along with some classic honky-tonk by ET (Ernest Tubb) and Ray (Price), plus She’s All I Got by another famous Johnny—Paycheck.

  Song Title Artist
Sweet Dreams Faron Young
My Isle of Golden Dreams Marty Robbins
You Don’t Know Me Eddy Arnold
My Lips Are Sealed Jim Reeves
Drivin’ Nails in My Coffin Ernest Tubb
I Wish I Could Fall in Love Today Ray Price
I’ll Keep Holding On (Just to Your Love) Sonny James
Bright Lights and Country Music Bill Anderson
Five Feet High and Rising Johnny Cash
Green River Waylon Jennings
Stateside Mel Tillis
Does My Ring Hurt Your Finger Charley Pride
The Carroll County Accident Porter Wagoner
She’s All I Got Jimmy Cozier
Old Dogs, Children and Watermelon Wine Tom T. Hall

Disc 12

Opry Video Classics: Hall of Fame 2

Only artists who are the cream of the crop make the grade for the Country Music Hall of Fame, which was founded in 1961. Jim Reeves, the earliest inductee (1967) on Hall of Fame 2, delivers his chart-topper Billy Bayou. Johnny Cash, Hank Thompson, Loretta Lynn and George Jones add to the stellar cast. The class of 2001 boasted the Louvin Brothers, Waylon Jennings and two singer-songwriters, Bill Anderson and Don Gibson. Not bad for one year.

  Song Title Artist
So Doggone Lonesome Johnny Cash
Blackboard of My Heart Hank Thompson
Roll in My Sweet Baby’s Arms Flatt and Scruggs
I Can’t Keep You in Love with Me The Louvin Brothers
In a Mansion Stands My Love/Billy Bayou Jim Reeves
Goin’ Steady Faron Young
Heart Over Mind Ray Price
Lonesome Number One Don Gibson
Five Little Fingers Bill Anderson
Blue Kentucky Girl Loretta Lynn
Just Between You and Me Charley Pride
The Chokin’ Kind Waylon Jennings
The Last Thing on My Mind Porter Wagoner & Dolly Parton
Baby’s Gone Conway Twitty
When the Grass Grows Over Me George Jones

Disc 13

Opry Video Classics: Jukebox Memories

Once upon a time, a 45-rpm-record was half the price of a digital download and a quarter got you three song plays on a jukebox, the eye-catching entertainment center at many diners and bars. Proving that great songs never die, Jukebox Memories recaptures country music’s glorious past, thanks to Leroy Van Dyke (Auctioneer), Bobby Bare (The Streets of Baltimore), Faron Young (Wine Me Up) and a host of others. It’s comfort music, C&W style.

  Song Title Artist
Filipino Baby Cowboy Copas
Gotta Travel On Billy Grammer
Auctioneer Leroy Van Dyke
Don’t Go Near the Indians Rex Allen
San Antonio Rose Ray Price
Let’s Think about Living Bob Luman
Ahab, The Arab Ray Stevens
Cross the Brazos at Waco Billy Walker
The Streets of Baltimore Bobby Bare
Guitar Man Jerry Reed
Rocky Top The Osborne Brothers
Looking At The World Through A Windshield Del Reeves
Borrowed Angel Mel Street
Wine Me Up Faron Young
Truck Drivin’ Son-Of-A-Gun Dave Dudley

Disc 14

Opry Video Classics: Pioneers 2

The Carter Family, Roy Acuff and Bill Monroe, among others, helped pave the way for generations of country artists. Pioneers 2 spotlights these trail blazers along with a pair of Texans, honky-tonk king Ernest Tubb and singing cowboy sensation Tex Ritter. Chet Atkins (Alabama Jubilee) and Earl Scruggs (Polka on a Banjo) add some hot pickin’, while comedians Lonzo & Oscar in Country Music Time commemorate the influential folks who made the Opry great.

  Song Title Artist
A-Sleepin’ at the Foot of the Bed Little Jimmy Dickens
You Are the One Carl Smith
Conscience I’m Guilty Hank Snow
Alabama Jubilee Chet Atkins
Your Heart Is Still Mine The Louvin Brothers
Are You From Dixie Grandpa Jones
Flat Top Cowboy Copas
Wildwood Flower The Carter Family
Polka on a Banjo Flatt & Scruggs
Let’s Say Goodbye Like We Said Hello Ernest Tubb
Country Music Time Lonzo & Oscar
Blue Grass Breakdown Bill Monroe
Too Old to Cut the Mustard Bill Carlisle and Boots Randolph
Rye Whiskey Tex Ritter
I Saw the Light Roy Acuff

Disc 15

Opry Video Classics: Legends 2

There’s no simple formula for becoming a larger-than-life figure, but all the artists on Legends 2have that certain “it” factor. The master singer Marty Robbins performs his first No. 1 hit, I’ll Go On Alone. Duets by Porter Wagoner and Dolly Parton, George Jones and Tammy Wynette, and Conway Twitty and Loretta Lynn, double the star power. Not to be outdone, Johnny Cash unleashes a five-song medley guaranteed to rivet you to your seat.

  Song Title Artist
I’ll Go On Alone Marty Robbins
Under Your Spell Again Ray Price
El Manisero (The Peanut Vendor) Chet Atkins
Home Jim Reeves
Thanks a Lot Ernest Tubb
Your Squaw Is on the Warpath Loretta Lynn
Chattanoogie Shoe Shine Boy Red Foley
Medley: I Walk the Line/Guess Things Happen That Way/Ballad of a Teenage Queen/I Still Miss Someone/Ring of Fire Johnny Cash with the Statler Brothers and the Carter Family
For Lovin’ Me Waylon Jennings
The Cold Heart Facts of Life Porter Wagoner
The Easy Part’s Over Charley Pride
Bed of Roses The Statler Brothers
(We’re Not) The Jet Set George Jones and Tammy Wynette
The Right Combination Porter Wagoner and Dolly Parton
Easy Lovin’ Conway Twitty and Loretta Lynn

Disc 16

Queens of Country 2

Two of the the best voices in country music belong to Connie Smith and Loretta Lynn, who followed in the footsteps of the “Queen of Country Music,” Kitty Wells. Queens of Country 2 captures all of these acts, plus three future megastars. Lynn Anderson was only 19 when she appeared here at the Opry. Crystal Gayle performs as a twenty-year-old balladeer, while Dolly Parton had just turned 21 when Dumb Blondehit the charts on 1/21/67.

  Song Title Artist
Searching (For Someone Like You) Kitty Wells
The One You Slip Around With Jan Howard
(I Can’t Help You) I’m Falling Too Skeeter Davis
Happy Birthday Loretta Lynn
Ain’t Had No Lovin’ Connie Smith
It’s Only Love Jeannie Seely
Misty Blue Wilma Burgess
The Game of Triangles Norma Jean with George McCormick and Mac Magaha
Dumb Blonde Dolly Parton
Tears Will Be the Chaser For Your Wine Wanda Jackson
If I Kiss You (Will You Go Away) Lynn Anderson
I’ve Cried (The Blue Right Out of My Eyes) Crystal Gayle
Mr. Walker, It’s All Over Billie Jo Spears
Reach Out Your Hand Tammy Wynette
No Charge Melba Montgomery

Disc 17

Opry Video Classics: Love Songs 2

From the sense of longing behind Hank Locklin’s Send Me the Pillow You Dream Onto the devotion expressed by the Statler Brothers in I’ll Go to My Grave Loving YouLove Songs 2 collects some of the most heartfelt country performances ever recorded. Conway Twitty makes you feel the hurt in (Lost Her Love) On Our Last Date, while Ronnie Milsap’s Pure Love is 100% joy. Good or bad, happy or sad, That’s the Way Love Goes.

  Song Title Artist
Send Me the Pillow You Dream On Hank Locklin
Funny How Time Slips Away Billy Walker
Losing Your Love Jim Reeves
A Fallen Star Jimmy “C” Newman
Behind the Tear Sonny James
Then and Only Then Connie Smith
(Now and Then, There’s) A Fool Such As I Hank Snow
Another Roy Drusky with Bob Luman
(Lost Her Love) On Our Last Date Conway Twitty
It’s Four In The Morning Faron Young
Loving You Could Never Be Better George Jones
My Man Tammy Wynette
Pure Love Ronnie Milsap
I’ll Go To My Grave Loving You The Statler Brothers
That’s the Way Love Goes Johnny Rodriguez

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