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Larry Gatlin & The Gatlin Brothers - Broken Lady (mié, 19 feb 2020)
It reached number #5 on the charts of the US Hot Country Songs, remaining a total of 19 weeks on the charts. In the Canadian RPM Country Tracks charts, It also reached at number #5. The song won him a Grammy Award in 1976 for Best Country Song. Broken Lady “Broken Lady”, a song written by Larry Gatlin, was recorded by Larry Gatlin With Family & Friends for the Monument label, in May 1975, at Monument Recording Studio, 114 17th Ave. South, Nashville, TN. In the recording session of the album, Larry was accompanied by: Chip Young (guitar) , Dennis Linde (guitar), Grady Martin (guitar), Jerry Shook (guitar), James Colvard (guitar), John Christopher (guitar), Ray Edenton (guitar), Reggie Young (guitar), Steve Gibson (guitar), Weldon Myrick (steel), Lloyd Green (steel and dobro), Alan Rush, Henry Strzelecki and Tommy Cogbill (bass), Buddy Harman, Gene Chrisman, Jerry Carrigan, Kenny Buttrey and Randy Cullers (drums), Bobby Emmons, Bobby Ogdin, Bobby Wood, Randy Goodrum and Ron Oakes (keyboards). With the production of Fred Foster, the song was released in December 1975. On March 27, 1976, it reached number #5 on the charts of the US Hot Country Songs, remaining a total of 19 weeks on the charts. In the Canadian RPM Country Tracks charts, It also reached at number #5. The song won him a Grammy Award in 1976 for Best Country Song.   The song was included in Larry Gatlin's fourth studio album, Larry Gatlin with Family and Friends (Monument 1976), the album was released in early 1976, reaching number # 24, on May 26, 1976, on the charts of US Top Country Albums, remaining on the charts a total of 11 weeks. Versions:   New City Grass with Timmy Crouch 1977 (Wildfire Records) Dottie West 1978 (United Artists Records) Billie Jo Spears 1981 (Liberty) Tumbleweeds 1981 (Killroy) Miquel Batlle Garriga
mbatllegarriga@gmail.com Larry Gatlin - Broken Lady Lyrics   She's a broken lady, waiting to be mended Like a potter would mend a broken vase A broken lady, waiting to be mended And have what's left of the pieces put back in place Her love is like a fortress around a man she would have died for Taking care to take of all he needed But the ladies fortress slowly turned into a prison And the warning signs he gave, she never heeded She vowed every morning that what God joined together No one else in the world could pull apart Then the walls came tumbling to the ground And her world came crashing down around her heart Now she's a broken lady, waiting to be mended Like a potter would mend a broken vase A broken lady, waiting to be mended And have what's left of the pieces put back in place She's a broken lady, waiting to be mended And have what's left of the pieces put back in place


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Glen Campbell - Try A Little Kindness (Wed, 19 Feb 2020)
Reached #2 on the charts of U. S Hot Country Songs, remaining a total of 11 weeks on the charts . On December 6, 1969, it reached #1 on the Canadian RPM Country Tracks charts. The song was included in Glen's sixteenth studio album, Try a Little Kindness (Capitol 1970) Try A Little Kindness “Try a Little Kindness” , a song written by Curt Sapaugh and Bobby Austin, was first recorded by Glen Campbell for the Capitol label on March 27, 1969, at Capitol Recording Studio, 1750 North Vine St., Hollywood, CA. With the production of Al De Lory, the song was released on October 11, 1969, and on November 29, 1969, reached #2 on the charts of U. S Hot Country Songs, remaining a total of 11 weeks on the charts . On December 6, 1969, it reached #1 on the Canadian RPM Country Tracks charts.   The song was included in Glen's sixteenth studio album, Try a Little Kindness (Capitol 1970), the album was released in January 1970, and on March 7, 1970, reached # 4 on the US Top charts Country Albums, and remained a total of 18 weeks on the charts. The album was certified gold in the USA. Some versions: Wanda Jackson 1970 (Capitol Records) Kenny Price 1970 (RCA) Jack Greene 1970 (Decca) Lynn Anderson 1970 (Columbia) The Wilburn Brothers 1970 (Decca) The Oak Ridge Boys 1970 (Heart Warming Records) Kitty Wells 1971 (Decca) Mickey Gilley 1978 (Checkmate) Collin Raye 2013 (Cradle Concepts) .... More than 30 versions ... Miquel Batlle Garriga
mbatllegarriga@gmail.com Glen Campbell - Try A Little Kindness Lyrics   If you see your brother standing by the road With a heavy load from the seeds he sowed And if you see your sister falling by the way Just stop and say you're goin' the wrong way You've got to try a little kindness yes show a little kindness Yes shine your light for everyone to see And if you'll try a little kindness and you'll overlook the blindness Of the narrow minded people on the narrow minded streets   Don't walk around the down and out lend a helping hand instead of doubt And the kindness that you show every day will help someone along their way You've got to try a little kindness... You've got to try a little kindness...


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Johnny Rodriguez - I Want You Tonight (Wed, 19 Feb 2020)
Reached number # 22 of the US Hot Country Songs charts, remaining a total of 13 weeks on the charts. On the Canadian RPM Country Tracks charts, It reached at number # 49. The song was included in Johnny Rodriguez's seventeenth studio album, After the Rain (Epic 1981) I Want You Tonight “I Want You Tonight”, a song written by S. Davis, was recorded by Johnny Rodriguez for the Epic label, in January 1981, at Columbia Recording Studio, 34 Music Sq. East, Nashville, TN. With the production of Billy Sherrill, the song was released in March 1981, entered lists on April 11, 1981, and on June 6, 1981, reached number # 22 of the US Hot Country Songs charts, remaining a total of 13 weeks on the charts. On the Canadian RPM Country Tracks charts, It reached at number # 49.   The song was included in Johnny Rodriguez's seventeenth studio album, After the Rain (Epic 1981), the album was released in the spring of 1981. Miquel Batlle Garriga
mbatllegarriga@gmail.com Johnny Rodriguez - I Want You Tonight Lyrics   I wonder where you are tonight   Tonight I'm sad my heart is weary I'm wondering if I'm wrong or right To dream about you though you left me I wonder where you are tonight   That ol' rain is cold and slowly falling Upon my window pane tonight And though your love is even colder I wonder where you are tonight   Estoy tan triste esta noche Pensando si hacer algún bien Pensar de ti aunque me dejaste Donde estarás por ahí con quien   That ol' rain is cold and slowly falling...


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Ernest Tubb - Jealous Loving Heart (Tue, 18 Feb 2020)
A song written by Billy Talmadge Tubb and Ernest Tubb, was recorded by Ernest Tubb for the Decca label on January 11, 1954. The song was included in the ninth studio album by Ernest Tubb, songs recorded between 1954 and 1958, Ernest Tubb And His Texas Troubadours (Vocalion Records 1960) Jealous Loving Heart “Jealous Loving Heart”, a song written by Billy Talmadge Tubb and Ernest Tubb, was recorded by Ernest Tubb for the Decca label on January 11, 1954, at Castle Studio, The Tulane Hotel, 206 8th Ave. North, Nashville, TN In the same session, three other songs were also recorded: “Till we two are one”, “Your mother, your darling, your friend” and “Baby your mother”. In the recording session Ernest Tubb, it was accompanied by: Billy Byrd (guitar), Grady Martin (guitar), Dickie Harris (steel), Jack Drake (bass), Farris Coursey (drums) and Owen Bradley (piano). With the production of Paul Cohen, the song was released in February 1954.   The song was included in the ninth studio album by Ernest Tubb, songs recorded between 1954 and 1958, Ernest Tubb And His Texas Troubadours (Vocalion Records 1960), the album was released in June 1960.   In 1979, Ernest re-recorded it, accompanied by Johnny Cash for the Cachet Records label, at Pete's Place, 809 18th Ave. South, Nashville, TN, and released in April 1979. The song was included on the album, The Legend And The Legacy Volume 1 (Cachet Records 1979). The song was included in Loretta's twenty-fourth studio album, They Don't Make 'em Like My Daddy (MCA 1974), the album was released on September 2, 1974, and on November 9, 1974, reached the No. 6 on the charts of the US Top Country Albums, remaining in the charts a total of 22 weeks. Versions: Eugene Chadbourne 1980 (Parachute) Hammerlock 2001 (Steel Cage Records) Country Rock Version   Miquel Batlle Garriga
mbatllegarriga@gmail.com Ernest Tubb - Jealous Loving Heart Lyrics   Don't ever kiss no one but me if you do dear you'll break my heart It's not because I doubt you but I'm such a fool about you I've got a jealous loving heart   Cause where there's love there's jealousy good and bad just won't tear apart They always go together like fair and stormy weather I've got a jealous loving heart   You're all I want you're all I love please don't tear my soul apart Just say you love me too dear and be careful what you do dear I've got a jealous loving heart Don't ever kiss no one but me...


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Loretta Lynn - They don't make 'em like my Daddy Anymore (Tue, 18 Feb 2020)
Reached # 4 on the US Hot Country Songs charts, remaining on the charts a total of 15 weeks. Also it reached # 1 on the Canadian RPM Country Tracks charts. The song was included in Loretta's twenty-fourth studio album, They Don't Make 'em Like My Daddy (MCA 1974) They don't make 'em like my Daddy Anymore “They Don't Make 'em Like My Daddy” , a song written by Jerry Chesnut, was recorded by Loretta Lynn for the MCA label on April 25, 1972, in Bradley's Barn, 722 Bender's Ferry Road, Mount Juliet, TN, In the same session two other songs were also recorded: “Be proud of your man” and “Legend in my mind”. In the recording session Loretta was accompanied by: Grady Martin (guitar), Ray Edenton (acoustic guitar), Hal Rugg (steel), Harold Bradley (bass guitar), Bob Moore (bass), Buddy Harman (drums), Hargus Robbins (piano) and The Jordanaires. With the production of Owen Bradley, the song was released on April 1, 1974, on July 6, 1974, reached # 4 on the US Hot Country Songs charts, remaining on the charts a total of 15 weeks. And on July 27, 1974, it reached # 1 on the Canadian RPM Country Tracks charts.   The song was included in Loretta's twenty-fourth studio album, They Don't Make 'em Like My Daddy (MCA 1974), the album was released on September 2, 1974, and on November 9, 1974, reached the No. 6 on the charts of the US Top Country Albums, remaining in the charts a total of 22 weeks. Versions: Cal Smith 1974 (MCA Records) Jean Stafford 1979 (Hadley Records) Wildfire 2016 (Pinecastle Records) Bluegrass Version   Miquel Batlle Garriga
mbatllegarriga@gmail.com Loretta Lynn - They don't make 'em like my Daddy Anymore Lyrics   I wasn't much more than a baby, I thought he was a bear The way my daddy carried me around They said, I learned to walk while holdin' on to just one finger On the hand of a man that stands at six-foot-three   Not old enough to understand the meaning of depression Just something people talked about a lot My daddy wasn't one that tried to make no big impressions Just one heck of a man that worked for what he got   They don't make men like my daddy anymore Guess they've thrown away the pattern through the years In a great big land of freedom, at a time we really need 'em They don't make 'em like my daddy anymore   From the Johnson County Coal Camps to the hills of West Virginia My daddy worked on timber dark coal mines Education didn't count so much as what you had born in you Like the will to live and a dream of better times   Daddy never took a handout, we ate pinto beans a bacon But he worked to keep the wolf back from the door And it only proves one thing to me when folks start belly achin' They don't make 'em like my daddy anymore   They don't make men like my daddy anymore Guess they've thrown away the pattern through the years In a great big land of freedom at a time we really need 'em They don't make 'em like my daddy anymore They don't make 'em like my daddy anymore


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