"Hands On You"
"Daddy I Told You"
"Keys To The Kingdom"
The production idea, 64 years earlier with Anita Carter, the sister of June Carter Cash. It wasn't a factor in "Sparrow," but merely shows the idea had been used before.
October 30, 1953: "There'll Be No Teardrops Tonight" Anita Carter with a string quartet. Chet Atkins, who played guitar on this recording, later went on to become country's best known guitarist and as an RCA Victor producer, one of the co-creators of the "Nashville Sound" production concept that broadened country music's appeal in the 50's and 60's by reducing the twang, making various country records "cross over" to pop success. Atkins designed the RCA studio where Monroe recorded "Sparrow."