"She Talked a Lot About Texas", a song written by Don Wayne, was recorded by Cal Smith for the MCA label on July 17, 1974, at Bradley's Barn, 722 Bender’s Ferry Road, Mount Juliet, TN. With the production by Walter Haynes, the song was released on April 19, 1975, and on June 21, 1975, peaked at # 13 on the US Hot Country Songs charts, remaining on the charts for a total of 13 weeks. On the Canadian RPM Countrt tracks charts, it peaked at # 5.
“Till the End,” a song written by Vern Gosdin and Cathi Gosdin, was recorded by Vern Gosdin for the Elektra label in March 1977 at Sound Stage Studio, 10 Music Circle South, Nashville, TN. With the production by Gary S. Paxton, the song was released in June 1977, and on August 27 it peaked at # 7 on the US Hot Country Songs charts, remaining a total of 15 weeks on the charts. On Canadian RPM Country Tracks reached at # 37.
“Born Believer”, song written by Gary Harju, was recorded by Jim Ed Brown And Helen Cornelius for the RCA label, it was recorded in February 1977, at RCA Victor Studio, 30 Music Sq.West, Nashville, TN. With the production by Bob Ferguson, the song was released in April 1977, the song peaked at # 12 on the US Hot Country Songs charts, and # 8 on the Canadian RPM Country Songs charts.
The song was featured on Jim Ed Brown and Helen Cornelius' second studio album Born Believer (RCA 1977), the albu
“If We're Not Back in Love by Monday”, song written by Sonny Throckmorton and Glenn Martin, was recorded by the great Merle Haggard for the MCA label, on February 15, 1977, at Capitol Recording Studio, 1750 North Vine St., Hollywood, CA, in the same session was also recorded, “Think it's gone forever”. With the production of Fuzzy Owen and Ken Nelson, the song was released on March 21, 1977, and reached # 2 on the charts US Hot Country Songs, on May 28, 1977, and remaining on the charts for a to
“The Movies”, a song written by Lew Dewit, was recorded by The Statler Brothers for the Mercury label, on October 19, 1976, in the U.S. Recording Studio, 12 Music Circle Sq., Nashville, TN, in the same recording session, two other songs were also recorded: “You could be comiming to me” and “You comb her hair every morning”. In the recording session The Statler Brothers,Bobby Durham (guitar), Gene Denver Moles (guitar), Scotty Turner (guitar), Leo LeBlanc (steel), Ray Salter (bass), Melvin King (
“Nitro Express”, song written by Chris Darrell Roberts, Jim Thornton, and Scott Turner, was recorded by Red Simpson for the Capitol label on December 7, 1965, at Capitol Recording Studio, 1750 North Vine St., Hollywood, CA, In the same session, “MY BABY'S WAITIN '”, “MOTIVATIN' MAN” and “HIGHWAY MAN” were also recorded. Red was accompanied in this recording session by:
Bobby Durham (guitar), Gene Denver Moles (guitar), Scotty Turner (guitar), Leo LeBlanc (steel), Ray Salter (bass), Melvin King (
“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
“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), G
“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 Husk
“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 K
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