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  • The Year That Clayton Delaney Died: Tulsa Telephone Book: It Sure Can Get Cold In Des Moines: Second Handed Flowers: Me And Jesus: The Monkey That Became President: Old Dogs, Children And Watermelon Wine: More About John Henry: Ravishing Ruby: Spokane Motel Blues: Candy In The Window: 5/5(1).
  • rows · Tom T. Hall (born May 25, in Olive Hill, Kentucky) is an American country balladeer .
  • Feb 24,  · I haven't ever told people his real name because he had a lot of relatives. Oh, but I'd sit around and watch him pick, and he was a real pro." "The Year that Clayton Delaney Died" became Hall's second No. 1 country hit on September 18,
  • Nov 21,  · Tom T. Hall performing "The Year That Clayton Delaney Died" at Music City Roots live from the Loveless Cafe on Tom T. Hall Night hosted by Eric Br.
  • "The Year That Clayton Delaney Died" Single by Tom T. Hall; from the album In Search of a Song; B-side "Second Handed Flowers" Released: July 5, Recorded: March 26, Mercury Custom Recording Studio, Nashville, Tennessee: Genre: Country: Length: 2: Label: Mercury Songwriter(s) Tom T. Hall: Producer(s) Jerry Kennedy: Tom T. Hall singles chronology.
  • Hall won the Grammy Award for Best Album Notes in for the notes he wrote for his album Tom T. Hall's Greatest Hits. He was nominated for, but did not win, the same award in for his album Greatest Hits Volume 2. He has been a member of the Grand Ole Opry since
  • Tom T. Hall: 50 Greatest Hits (2-CD) (Hump Head) 50 Tracks - 18 The Year That Clayton Delaney Died. 19 Tulsa Telephone Book. 20 It Sure Can Get Cold In Des Moines. 21 Second Handed Flowers. 22 Me And Jesus. 23 The Monkey That Became President. Price: $
  • Sep 20,  · He died when he was about nineteen or twenty, but a lot of people thought the song was about an old man. His friend was not really named Clayton Delaney; instead, his real name was Lonnie Easterly. He had a huge impact on Tom in a very strong way. Hall didn’t just write the line “I remember the year that Clayton Delaney died,” he lived it.