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Billy "Crash" Craddock

In the early 1970s Country music was growing so fast that many new Country stations were old pop stations with staffs left over from the stations' pop days. Country artists discovered that they could get airplay on these stations if they recorded country versions of pop hits. Perhaps no Country artist enjoyed more success covering pop songs than Billy "Crash" Craddock. From 1971 through 1977 Billy "Crash" Craddock had 17 Top Ten singles on the little Cartwheel record label including great covers of the pop classics "Knock Three Times," "Dream Lover," and "Ruby Baby." Billy "Crash" Craddock then continued with a string of originals written by some of Nashville's most commercial songwriters. Fans were attracted by Billy "Crash" Craddock's jump-suited, slicked back Elvis look and his tremendous onstage energy.
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  • Boom Boom Baby

    Boom Boom Baby

    Item #: 73D-15610
    Billy Crash Craddock
    These are Billy's early rare and rockin' sides for Columbia between 1958 and 1960. Includes: Sweetie Pie, Lulu Lee, Ah Poor Little Baby, I Miss You So Much, (For The Last Time) Am I To Be The One, Well Don't You Know, Boom Boom Baby, (What ... 
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