Tennessee waltz guitar chords

Patti Page recorded the song – as “The Tennessee Waltz” – to serve as B-side to the seasonal single “Boogie Woogie Santa Claus”, issued by Mercury Records as Catalog# 5534 at the end of 1950. It’s been asserted that Page herself chose to record “Tennessee Waltz”, the C&W version being a favorite song of her father, and also that Jerry Wexler, then a record reviewer for Billboard brought “Tennessee Waltz” to the attention of Page’s manager, Jack Rael, by playing him a new R&B rendition by Erskine Hawkins. Page cut “The Tennessee Waltz” in a November 1950 session in New York City with Rael conducting his orchestra: her vocal was cut multitracked with three voices, with two, and as a single voice with Page herself selecting the two-voice multitracked vocal featured on the single as released. “The Tennessee Waltz” entered the Pop Music chart of Billboard dated November 10, 1950 for a 30-week chart run and peaked at number one on the December 30, 1950 chart; the track would remain at number one for a total of nine weeks. (After the initial pressings “Boogie Woogie Santa Claus” was replaced as the B-side by “Long Long Ago”. ) A #2 C&W hit, “The Tennessee Waltz” became Page’s career record.