The Best Western Swing, Western Music & Country Music!

CHANNELS


NEWS

Charly McClain - Who's Cheating Who (vie, 27 mar 2020)
Peaked at # 1 on the US Hot Country Songs charts, and remained on the charts for 12 weeks. Canadian RPM Country Tracks, reached # 2. The song was included on Charly McClain's fifth studio album, Who's Cheatin' Who (Epic 1980) Who's Cheating Who “Who's Cheatin' Who”, song written by Jerry Hayes, was recorded by Charly McClain for the Epic label, in August 1980, at Lyn Lou Studios, 1518 Chelsea, Memphis, TN. At the album recording session, Charly McClain, was accompanied by: Bobby Neal (electric guitar), Ronny Scaife (acoustic guitar), “Delta” Don Singleton (acoustic guitar), Lloyd Green (steel), Malcom Gray (bass), Carl Marsh (keyboards), Perry York (drums), The Shelly Kurland (String, arr. By Bill Justis), Danny Hogan, Bobby Neal, Judy Rodman, Ronny Scaife and Perry York (background vocals). With the production of Larry Rogers, the song was released on November 1980, and on February 14, 1981, it peaked at # 1 on the US Hot Country Songs charts, and remained on the charts for 12 weeks. Canadian RPM Country Tracks, reached # 2. It was the first number one in Charly McClain's career.   The song was included on Charly McClain's fifth studio album, Who's Cheatin' Who (Epic 1980), the album was released on November 1980, and peaked at # 28 on the U.S Top Country Albums charts.   In 1997, Alan Jackson also recorded the song, which was released on April 7, 1997, reaching # 2 on the U.S Hot Country Songs and Canada Country Tracks charts. The song was included on the album, Everything I Love (Arista 1996). Versions:   Jean Stafford 1981 (EMI Music Australia) Alan Jackson 1997 (Arista) Charly McClain - Who's Cheating Who Lyrics   Everywhere you look, you can write a book On the trouble with a woman an' a man But you cannot impose, you can't stick your nose Into somethin' that you don't understand   Still you wonder: Who's cheatin' who an' who's bein' true? Who don't even care anymore? It makes you wonder: Who's doin' right by someone tonight An' whose car is parked next door?   I thought I knew him well; I really coudn't tell That he had another lover on his mind You see, it felt so right when he held me tight How could I be so blind?   But still you wonder: Who's cheatin' who an' who's bein' true? Who don't even care anymore? It makes you wonder: Who's doin' right by someone tonight An' whose car is parked next door? A heart is on the line each an' every time Love is stolen in the shadows of the night Though it's wrong all along, it keeps goin' on As long as they keep out of sight   But still you wonder: Who's cheatin' who an' who's bein' true? Who don't even care anymore? It makes you wonder: Who's doin' right by someone tonight An' whose car is parked next door?   Still you wonder: Who's cheatin' who an' who's bein' true? Who don't even care anymore? It makes you wonder: Who's doin' right by someone tonight An' whose car is parked next door?   Still you wonder: Who's cheatin' who an' who's bein' true? Who don't even care anymore? It makes you wonder: Who's doin' right by someone tonight An' whose car is parked next door?


>> Leer más

Don Williams - Good Ole Boys Like Me (Fri, 27 Mar 2020)
Reached # 2 on the charts of US Hot Country Songs, remaining on the charts a total of 15 weeks, on the Canadian RPM Country Tracks charts, it peaked at # 3. The song was included on Don's ninth studio album, Portrait (MCA 1979) Good Ole Boys Like Me “Good Ole Boys Like Me”, a song written by Bob McDill, was recorded by Don Williams for the MCA label, in August 1979, at Sound Emporium, 3100 Belmont Blvd., Nashville, TN. In the same recording session the song, “Love me over again” was also recorded. Don was accompanied in this recording session by: Dave Kirby (guitar), Bob McDill (guitar), Lloyd Green (steel and dobro), Joseph Allen (bass), Kenny Malone (drums and percussion), Johnny Gimble (fiddle),  (keyboards), Danny Flowers (harmonica), Garth Fundis (background vocal) and Sheldon Kurland (Strings). With the production of Don Williams and Garth Fundis, the song was released on March 29, 1980, and , on May 31, 1980, reached # 2 on the charts of US Hot Country Songs, remaining on the charts a total of 15 weeks, on the Canadian RPM Country Tracks charts, it peaked at # 3. The song was included on Don's ninth studio album, Portrait (MCA 1979), the album was released on October 19, 1979, and on December 23, 1979, peaked at # 11 on the US Top Country charts. Albums, and remained on the charts a total of 53 weeks.   Versions:   Cash Backman 1983 (Hammard) George Hamilton IV 1985 (MCA) Don Williams - Good Ole Boys Like Me Lyrics   When I was a kid Uncle Remus he put me to bed With a picture of Stonewall Jackson above my head Then daddy came in to kiss his little man With gin on his breath and a Bible in his hand He talked about honor and things I should know Then he staggered a little as he went out the door   [Chorus] I can still hear the soft southern winds in the live oak trees And those Williams boys, they still mean a lot to me Hank and Tennessee I guess we're all gonna be what we're gonna be So, what do you do with good ole boys like me?   [Verse 2] Nothing makes a sound in the night like the wind does But you ain't afraid if you're washed in the blood like I was The smell of Cape Jasmine through the window screen John R. and the Wolfman kept me company By the light of the radio by my bed With Thomas Wolfe whispering in my head   [Chorus] I can still hear the soft southern winds in the live oak trees And those Williams boys, they still mean a lot to me Hank and Tennessee I guess we're all gonna be what we're gonna be So, what do you do with good ole boys like me?   [Verse 3] When I was in school I ran with a kid down the street And I watched him burn himself up on Bourbon and speed But I was smarter than most and I could choose Learned to talk like the man on the six o'clock news When I was eighteen Lord I hit the road But it really doesn't matter how far I go   [Chorus] I can still hear the soft southern winds in the live oak trees And those Williams boys, they still mean a lot to me Hank and Tennessee I guess we're all gonna be what we're gonna be So, what do you do with good ole boys like me? Yeah, what do you do with good ole boys like me?


>> Leer más

Clint Black - Loving Blind (Mon, 23 Mar 2020)
Peaked at # 1 on the US Hot Country Songs charts for two consecutive weeks, and a total of 20 weeks on the charts. On the Canada Country Tracks charts, it also peaked at # 1. The song was included on Clint's second studio album, Put Yourself in My Shoes (RCA 1990) Loving Blind “Loving Blind”, a song written and recorded by Clint Black for the RCA label, in August 1990, was recorded between three studios: Digital Services, Houston, Texas; Masterfonics, Nashville, Tennessee; Westlake Audio, Los Angeles, California At the recording session for the song and album, Clint was accompanied by: Martin Young (guitar and background vocal), Hayden Nicholas (guitar), Jeff Peterson (steel), Jake Willeman (bass guitar and background vocal), Dick Gay (drums and percussion), Jeff Huskins (fiddle, keyboards and background vocal), Brent Rowan (guitar), Michael Black, Jana King. Randy McCormick and Curtis Young (background vocals). With the James Stroud Production, the song was released on January 14, 1991, and on March 23, 1991, peaked at # 1 on the US Hot Country Songs charts for two consecutive weeks, and a total of 20 weeks on the charts. On the Canada Country Tracks charts, it also peaked at # 1 on April 6, 1991. It was the fifth number one in the USA, and the sixth in Canada, in Clint's career. The song was included on Clint's second studio album, Put Yourself in My Shoes (RCA 1990), the album was released on November 27, 1990, quickly reaching # 1 on the US Top Country Albums charts, on December 22, 1990, and remaining on the charts for a total of 111 weeks. The album was certified triple platinum in the USA and platinum in Canada. Clint Black - Loving Blind Lyrics   [Verse 1] Well I sit here all alone, no one's gonna do me wrong tonight It seems I've been through it all, and there's no one I could call to get it right And everywhere I go, everyone seems so Settled in and sure of where they're goin' Well I don't know what I need, since I've been freed I'm a horse without a rider, and there's no one left to take the lead   [Chorus] And I've been loving blind Loving every heart I could call mine And I've been loving blind So sure there was something I could find But I just couldn't see There was nothing there for me   [Verse 2] Now there's a smile on my face, no there's no trace of the pain I know I've been through it all, and I know those tears won't fall again But, oh, the times I thought, someone's heart I'd caught Well, I was fooled, oh, and I regret I was so naive, oh, and I'd believe them when they'd tell me That's as good as love can get   [Chorus] And I've been loving blind Loving every heart I could call mine And I've been loving blind So sure there was something I could find But I just couldn't see There was nothin' there for me   [Outro] And I've been loving blind Loving every heart I could call mine And I've been loving blind So sure there was something I could find But I just couldn't see There was nothin' there for me


>> Leer más

Patty Loveless - You Can Feel Bad (Mon, 23 Mar 2020)
Peaking at # 1 on the US Hot Country Songs charts for two consecutive weeks, and remaining in the charts a total of 20 weeks. It also peaked at # 1 on the Canada Country Tracks charts. The song was included on Patty's eighth studio album, The Trouble with the Truth (Epic 1996) You Can Feel Bad “You Can Feel Bad”, a song written by Matraca Berg and Tim Krekel, was recorded by Patty Loveless in September 1995 at Woodland Sound Studio, 1011 Woodland St., Nashville, TN. At the recording session for the album, Patty was accompanied by: Biff Watson (guitar), Steve Gibson (guitar), Brent Mason (guitar), Tom Britt (guitar), Jerry Douglas (dobro, fiddle and mandolin), Paul Franklin (steel), Dan Dugmore (steel-2 and lap steel-3), Jerry Douglas (lap steel-4), Lonnie Wilson (drums exc-1), Craig Krampf (drums-1), John Hobbs, Mike Lawler and Mike Rojas (keyboards), Butch Lee (Hammond B-3), Kathy Burdick, Vince Gill, Liana Mauis, Bonna McElroy, Carmella Ramsey, Dawn Sears, Harry Stinson, Jeff White and Curtis Young (Background vocals). With the production of Emory Gordy Jr., the song was released on December 30, 1995, and on March 23, 1996, peaking at # 1 on the US Hot Country Songs charts for two consecutive weeks, and remaining in the charts a total of 20 weeks. On March 25, 1996, it also peaked at # 1 on the Canada Country Tracks charts. It was the fourth number one in the USA and the third in Canada, in Patty Loveless' career. The song was included on Patty's eighth studio album, The Trouble with the Truth (Epic 1996), the album was released on January 23, 1996, and on February 17, 1996, peaked at # 10 on the charts of US Top Country Albums, and remaining on the charts a total of 88 weeks. On the Canada Country Albums charts, it peaked at # 16. The album was certified platinum in the USA and gold in Canada. Patty Loveless - You Can Feel Bad Lyrics   The car is runnin' and your bags are packed I guess that says it all Your head is hangin' and you look real sad Maybe you should've called You say you think you need a brand-new start You're really sorry that you broke my heart Well, I'm not really fallin' apart, but baby   You can feel bad if it makes you feel better Picture me cryin' reading all your love letters Walkin' around in your old sweaters, baby You can feel bad if it makes you feel better   Maybe I'll go out tonight, yeah, I'll paint the town And maybe I'll run into you, while I'm runnin' 'round There's a good chance I'll be alone An even better one that you won't And when it's time for me to go home, baby   You can feel bad if it makes you feel better Picture me cryin' reading all your love letters Walkin' around in your old sweaters, baby You can feel bad if it makes you feel better If it makes you feel something Yeah, take another look at these tears I'm crying They're not fallin' on your shoulders, they're fallin' on mine Yeah, Ive seen this comin' for a long, long time Now, I'll be just fine   You can feel bad if it makes you feel better And picture me cryin' reading all your love letters Walkin' around in your old sweaters, baby You can feel bad if it makes you feel better   You can feel bad if it makes you feel better And picture me cryin' reading all your love letters Walkin' around in your old sweaters, baby You can feel bad if it makes you feel better   If it makes you feel something If it makes you feel better


>> Leer más

Bobby Bare - Shame On Me (Sun, 22 Mar 2020)
Peaking at # 18 on the U.S Hot Country Songs charts, spending a total of 8 weeks on the charts. The song was featured on Bobby Bare's debut album “Detroit City” And Other Hits (RCA 1963) Shame On Me “Shame on Me”, written by Lawton Williams and Bill Enis, was recorded by Bobby Bare for the RCA label, it was recorded on March 16, 1962, at RCA Victor Studio, 1611 Hawkins St., Nashville, TN. In the same recording session, “Above and beyond” was also recorded. At the recording session Bobby was accompanied by: Grady Martin (guitar), Ray Edenton (guitar), Henry Strzelecki (bass), William Ackerman (drums), Floyd Cramer (piano), Bill Justis (trumpet), Jim Hall (trombone), ERMcMillin (sax), Dorothy Ann Dillard, Millie Kirkham, Louis Nunley, William Wright, Jr. (chorus vocal). Produced by Chet Atkins, the song was released in May 1962, on September 22, 1962, peaking at # 18 on the U.S Hot Country Songs charts, spending a total of 8 weeks on the charts.   The song was featured on Bobby Bare's debut album “Detroit City” And Other Hits (RCA 1963), the album was released in mid-1963, peaking at # 9 on January 11, 1964, in the US charts Top Country Albums, and remaining on the charts for a total of 8 weeks. Versions:   Chuck Jackson 1967 (Wand) Jan Howard 1969 (Decca) Bob Luman 1975 (Epic) Gene Rockwell 1976 (Epidemic) Bobby Bare - Shame On Me Lyrics   Shame on me for hurting you what can I say what can I do Last night I was blind but today I see I did you wrong shame on me   You say you won't be seein' me again you say we're through I wouldn't want to see the sunrise tomorrow if I knew that to be true I know that just sayin' sorry doesn't sound out a lot But the girl you saw me with last night means no more to me Than the thousand stars to the great clouds that cover the night The more I look at her the more I realize how much I love you Shame on me for hurting you...   I'll admit I shouldn't have given into love's wild temptation With someone I cared nothing for I was blind and I hurt you Can you ever forgive the fool the fool who really loves you Last night I was blind but today I see I did you wrong shame on me


>> Leer más