I'm not gonna leave my base. By the mid-'60s, "Tennessee Waltz" had also traversed complex geographical terrain, literally and metaphorically. According to country music historian Bill Malone, it was written in by Pee Wee King and Redd Stewart for the Rose-Acuff publishing firm and first released as a hillbilly number that same year. Despite its introduction into the music industry through the barn door of the country charts, and although it describes having a partner stolen while dancing to a song titled "Tennessee Waltz", the song does not clarify where its narrator is dancing.
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Aside from its title, the piece actually embodies a certain rootlessness. The lyrics are regionally non-contingent -- the action could be unfolding in the hills of Tennessee or on the parquet floor of the Copacabana, thus lending the song to successful co-option by a Patti Page or by a Sam Cooke. Although his cover of "Tennessee Waltz" de-ruralizes it, Cooke's gospel-inflected soul-meets-swing-band style ensures that the song still codes "southern," only in a very urbane way. Its sonic blend reifies Daniel Wolff's assertion that Cooke was "determined to have chitlin and glitter" in his career.
The urgent horn section blasting its relentless non-waltz groove while Cooke hollers something he didn't often do in his pop music inscribes a new and postmodern authenticity onto the old country standard. Page's sweet and lilting lament was anonymous; it could have happened to everywoman, or not happened to any woman at all -- the listener receives it implicitly as a nice little fiction.
But when Cooke imprints his gospel ethos on it -- an ethos that above all else, prizes the personalization of a song -- it is borne home as historical fact. The way he testifies, you really believe it happened, wherever it may have happened, and the song leaves you wondering: What kind of a jerk steals a girl from Sam Cooke? Carrie Allen Tipton writes and lectures about classical music, American popular music, religion, and Southern culture.
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