Hank Cochran: 1935-2010

Rest in Peace, Hank Cochran.

Enjoy some of the legendary songwriter’s greatest hits:

Patsy Cline, “I Fall to Pieces”

Eddy Arnold, “Make the World Go Away”

Patsy Cline, “She’s Got You”

George Strait, “Ocean Front Property”

Jeannie Seely, “Don’t Touch Me”

Ray Price, “Don’t You Ever Get Tired of Hurting Me”

Merle Haggard, “It’s Not Love (But It’s Not Bad)”

Vern Gosdin, “Is it Raining at Your House”

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6 Responses to Hank Cochran: 1935-2010

  1. Cory DeSteinNo Gravatar

    its amazing so many classics can come from one man. What a great writer. Rest In Peace Hank

  2. Paul DennisNo Gravatar

    Thanks for posting the clips. They are the best way to remember him

  3. Leeann WardNo Gravatar

    I grew up listening to Patsy Cline’s 12 Greatest Hits and “She’s Got You” was always my favorite song on it. I have no idea what drew me to that song as a young kid.

  4. TomNo Gravatar

    …a legacy like this is more than a job well done. rip, hank cochran

  5. Erik NorthNo Gravatar

    I think Hank Cochran defines what it means to be one of the all-time greats at his craft when artists from practically every style of American music, country and otherwise, keep covering his songs over the decades. He’ll definitely be missed.

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