Music · 12/04/2019
Slim Whitman recorded it for the Imperial label, on December 4, 1953, in Baltimore, MD, at the recording session Slim was accompanied by: Sugarfoot Collins, Zeb Turner, Tinker Fry, Curly Harris, Sonny Harville and O.K. Makella The song was released on December 7, 1953, and reached # 2 on the Country & Western charts, in the spring of 1954.
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“The Baptism of Jesse Taylor”, a song written by Dallas Frazier and Sanger D. Shafer, was recorded by Johnny Russell for the RCA label on May 24, 1973, at RCA Victor Studio, 800 17th Ave. South, Nashville, TN, in the same session also recorded, Rednecks, White Socks and Blue Ribbon Beer were also recorded, the song was released in September 1973, on January 12, 1974, reached number # 14 on the US Hot Country Songs charts, remaining A total of 13 weeks on the charts. On the Canadian Rpm Country A
Music · 12/04/2019
The version that popularized the song was the one recorded by Charley Pride, for the RCA label, on July 31, 1967, at RCA Victor Studio, 800 17th Ave. South, Nashville, TN, in the same session, they were also recorded: “Life turned her that way “, and,” The day the world stood still “, in this session Charley was accompanied by: Jack Clement (guitar), Harold Bradley (guitar), Jerry Hubbard (guitar), Lloyd Green (steel), Junior Huskey (bass), Jerry Carrigan (drums) and Hargus Robbins (piano). With
Music · 12/03/2019
Song written by David Ball, Allen Shamblin & Stuart Ziff, was recorded by David Ball in January 1994, for the Warner label, with the production of Blake Chancey, was released on March 28, 1994. He reached number # 2 on the US Hot Country Songs charts, and on July 25, 1994, he would arrive at number # 1 on the Canada Country Tracks charts. The song was included in David’s second studio album, Thinkin ‘Problem (Warner 1994), the release album on June 14, 1994, reached number # 6 on the U.S. Billb
Music · 12/03/2019
Song written by David Ball, Allen Shamblin & Stuart Ziff, was recorded by David Ball in January 1994, for the Warner label, with the production of Blake Chancey, was released on March 28, 1994. He reached number # 2 on the US Hot Country Songs charts, and on July 25, 1994, he would arrive at number # 1 on the Canada Country Tracks charts. The song was included in David’s second studio album, Thinkin ‘Problem (Warner 1994), the release album on June 14, 1994, reached number # 6 on the U.S. Billb
Music · 12/03/2019
Song written by Kris Kristofferson & Fred Foster, the first recording of this song, is that of Roger Miller, recorded on May 16, 1969, and released in July 1969 for the Smash Records label, it would be included on the album, Roger Miller (Smash records 1969), the song reached the number 12 of the country charts in USA, and the number 3 in the Canadian charts. However, the best known and most successful version is that of 1971 by Janis Joplin, recorded between September 5 and the one of October 1
Music · 12/03/2019
“The Big One,” a song written by Gerry House and Devon O'Day, was recorded by George Strait for the MCA label on April 19, 1994, at Emerald Sound Studio, 1033 16th Ave., Nashville, TN, on the recording session George was accompanied by: Brent Mason (guitar), Steve Gibson (guitar), Paul Franklin (steel), Buddy Emmons (steel), Glenn Worf (bass), Eddie Bayers (drums), Matt Rollings (piano), Steve Nathan (organ and synthesizer), Stuart Duncan (fiddle) and Curtis Young, Liana Mannis (background vocal
Music · 12/02/2019
“Had a Dream (For the Heart)”, a song written by Dennis Linde, was first recorded by Teresa Brewer for the Signature label, the song was included on the album, Unliberated Woman (Signature 1975). The Judds recorded it for the RCA / Curb label on March 23, 1983, at Creative Workshop, 2804 Azalea Ave., Nashville, TN. On the recording session of The Judds they were accompanied by: Don Potter (guitar), Mark Casstevens (rhythm guitar and harmonica), Sonny Garrish (steel and dobro), Jack Williams (ba
Music · 12/02/2019
“Let's Take the Long Way Around the World,” a song written by Archie Jordan and Naomi Martin, was recorded by Ronnie Milsap for the RCA label, in January 1978, in Nashville, TN. In the recording session of the album, Ronnie was accompanied by: Pete Bordonali (guitar), Jerry McCoy (electric guitar), Kim todd (electric guitar), Jimmy Capps (rhythm guitar), Ray Edenton (rhythm guitar), Dicky Overbey and Hal Rugg (steel), Johnny Cobb (bass guitar and background vocal), Mike Leech (bass guitar), Clyd
Music · 12/02/2019
“It's Just a Matter of Time,” a song written by Brook Benton, Belford Hendricks and Clyde Otis, was first recorded by Brook Benton in late 1958, at Mercury Sound Studio, New York City, The original recording by Benton topped the Billboard rhythm & blues chart in 1959 and peaked at No. 3 on the Hot 100 pop chart, the first in a string of hits for Benton that ran through 1970.

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