The great polka-bred cowboy gets the box set treatment – featuring all of his work for RCA Victor in the 40s and 50s plus the long gone Bullet label. Pee Wee was an entertainer – born and Wisconsin and reared on polka, a visit by Gene Autry triggered his cowboy make over, and by the late 30s he and his Golden West Cowboys
were a fixture at the Opry. Pee Wee recorded some of the most popular cowboy tunes of the 40s – but time did a thorough job of dusting over his achievements, so this set is a welcome snapshot of the time. More than 150 tunes, including "That Cheap Look In Your Eye", "Tennessee Central", "Southland Polka", "Say Good Mornin' Nellie", "Forty Nine Women", "Juke Box Blues", "Chattanooga Bess", "Singin' As I Do", "The Nashville Waltz", "Devil's Dream", "Whistlin' Rufus", "You Call Everybody Darlin'", "River Road Two Step", "Railroad Boogie
", "Slow Coach", "I'll Go On Alone", and a whole lot more! Includes a nice, 12-inch book full of photos, recording notes, biography, discography, and more.