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Molly Bee - The Kids Who Pay / Tennessee Tango album FLAC

  • Performer: Molly Bee
  • Title: The Kids Who Pay / Tennessee Tango
  • Genre: World
  • Country: US
  • Formats: VOC MP2 DXD WMA WMA AHX AUD
  • Released: 1952
  • Style: Country
  • MP3 album: 1351 mb
  • FLAC album: 1953 mb
  • Rating: 4.9/5
  • Votes: 630
Molly Bee - The Kids Who Pay / Tennessee Tango album FLAC

Molly Bee (August 18, 1939 – February 7, 2009), born Mollie Gene Beachboard, was an American country music singer famous for her 1952 recording of the early perennial "I Saw Mommy Kissing Santa Claus" and as Pinky Lee's sidekick on The Pinky Lee Show. Bee was also well known in the 1950s in Los Angeles, California, as a regular on Hometown Jamboree, a local television program featuring Tennessee Ernie Ford. She also appeared several times on The Ford Show during its five-year run on NBC from 1956 to 1961.

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Molly Bee had several hits in the early '60s, crafting a showy stage persona, ideal for clubs. Raised in Beltbuckle, TN, Bee didn't begin singing until her family moved to Tucson, AZ. Even then, she started her singing career much earlier than most - she was ten years old when she gained the atten. .However, it was "I Saw Mommy Kissing Santa Claus," released late in 1952, that was her first major success. In 1953, she recorded "Don't Start Courtin' in a Hot Rod Ford," a duet with Tennessee Ernie Ford. The following year, she left Pinky Lee's show for Ford's daytime television show

Molly Bee (August 18, 1939 – February 7, 2009), born Mollie Gene Beachboard, was an American country music singer famous for her 1952 recording of the early perennial, "I Saw Mommy Kissing Santa Claus", and as Pinky Lee's sidekick on The Pinky Lee Show. Bee was also well known in the 1950s in Los Angeles, California as a regular on Hometown Jamboree, a local television program featuring Tennessee Ernie Ford, later the host of NBC's The Ford Show. She also appeared several times on The Ford Show during its five-year run (1956–1961).

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Read Molly Bee's bio and find out more about Molly Bee's songs, albums, and chart history. Get recommendations for other artists you'll love. Bee, who was part Native American, was born in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, on August 18, 1939, raised in Bell Buckle, Tennessee, until she and her family moved to Tucson, Arizona sometime in the 1940s. When Bee was a child, she wanted to be a "prima ballerina". While in Arizona, Bee was discovered by "singing cowboy" Rex Allen, a disc jockey in Tucson, when he heard her singing. Allen was impressed with Bee's voice, and had the ten-year-old sing "Lovesick Blues" on his popular radio show

Molly Bee (Author) Format: Vinyl. Anyone who was around during TV's earliest years will likely know of the partly Native American Country vocalist Molly Bee (born Molly Beachboard in Oklahoma City on August 18, 1939 but whose family moved to Tucson in the late 1940s. When she was 10 she began a string of guest appearances on Rex Allen's radio show under her birth name before she and her family moved again, this time to Los Angeles in 1950. She never had a charted single at MGM, but these album sides did come out as singles: Single Girl Again b/w Keep It A Secret (MGM K-13356) but did not chart in May 1965; I'm Gonna Change Everything b/w Together Again (MGM K-13411) but did not chart in Oct 1965; and How's World Treating You? b/w.

Tracklist

The Kids Who Pay 2:56
Tennessee Tango 2:15

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
2258 Molly Bee The Kids Who Pay / Tennessee Tango ‎(Shellac, 10") Capitol Records 2258 US 1952
F2258 Molly Bee The Kids Who Pay ‎(7") Capitol Records F2258 US 1952
CL.13849 Molly Bee The Kids Who Pay / Tennessee Tango ‎(Shellac, 10") Capitol Records CL.13849 UK Unknown

Reviews about Molly Bee - The Kids Who Pay / Tennessee Tango (1):
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Probably only for die-hard fans of twangy, old-timey Country & WesternMy father (Tom Lancaster) tried his hand at writing C&W songs in the late 40's-early 50's, and "Kids Who Pay" was the closest he ever had to a hit (due, in no small part, to Molly Bee's many appearances on local Los Angeles C&W Television shows).

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