Artículos con la etiqueta "Alabama"



Music · 10/26/2019
The Closer You Get, song written in 1980 by J.P. Pennington and Mark Gray, members of Exile. The song was recorded by the country rock band Alabama, for the RCA label, was recorded on October 26, 1982, in Nashville, Tennessee. With the production of Harold Shedd and Alabama, the single was released on April 29, 1983, on July 16, 1983, it reached number # 1 on the charts of US Hot Country Songs, and remained in the charts a total of 20 weeks On July 30, 1983, it also reached number # 1 on the Can
Music · 10/08/2019
Song written by Dave Loggins, was recorded by the country rock band Alabama, was recorded on November 10, 1983, and was released on January 6, 1984, for the RCA label, with the production Harold Shedd. It would reach number one on the US country charts, on March 24, 1994, it also won number one on the Canadian charts. The song would be included on the album, Roll On (RCA 1984), The album also reached number one in the US lists Billboard Top Country Albums. This album got 4 platinum records, sel
Music · 10/08/2019
Song written by Ronnie Rogers, was recorded by the country rock band Alabama, was recorded at the end of 1982, for the label RCA, with the production of Harold Shedd and Alabama, was released on January 28, 1983. The song would reach number one on the US country charts, on April 16, 1983, it also reached number one on the Canadian country charts, “Dixieland Delight” would be the ninth number one for the band. The song was included on the album, The Closer You Get (RCA 1983), an album that also
Music · 10/08/2019
A song written by Randy Owen, Teddy Gentry, Mark Herndon & Greg Fowler, was recorded by the Alabama band at the end of 1983, for the RCA label, with the production of Harold Shedd & Alabama, was released in July 1984. Although “I ‘m Not That Way Anymore’ was launched as the A side, radio programmers preferred the opposite side and the song became the group’s 14 consecutive number on the Billboard Hot Country Singles chart. Since “I’m Not That Way” was conceived as the A side, the song had a musi
Music · 10/08/2019
“Here We Are” is a song written by Vince Gill and Beth Nielsen Chapman, and recorded by American country music group Alabama. It was released in June 1991 as the fifth and final single from their album Pass It On Down. The song reached number 2 on the Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks chart in August 1991 On the original 45 record, it was paired with another good song: The B-Side was “Gulf of Mexico” from the pen of Gentry and Ro Face to face counted on K.T. Oslin in the voice of the guest
Music · 10/08/2019
Song written by Randy Owen, was recorded by the Alabama band, for the label RCA, with the production of Harold Shedd & Alabama, was released in December 1987. On March 5, 1988, it reached number # 1 for a week on the lists of US Hot Country Songs, and remained on lists for 22 weeks, on the lists of Canadian RPM Country Tracks, also reached # 1 on the same day, March 5, 1988. It was the twenty-second number # 1 of the Alabama’s career. Face to face counted on K.T. Oslin in the voice of the guest
Music · 10/08/2019
Song written by Randy Owen was recorded by the country band, Alabama, for the RCA label, was recorded on April 16, 1980, at LSI Studio, Pyramid’s Eye, Music Mill, Nashville, TN, with the production of Harold Shedd, Larry McBride & Alabama, the song was released on May 16, 1980. On August 16, 1980, it reached # 1 on the lists of US Hot Country Songs, and remained 17 weeks in the charts, also reached number # 1 of the Canadian RPM Country Tracks lists, on September 13, 1980. It was the first numb
Music · 09/26/2018
"There's No Way" is a song written by John Jarrard, Lisa Palas and Will Robinson, and recorded by American country music band Alabama. It was released in January 1985 as the first single from the band's album 40-Hour Week. When "There's No Way" reached No. 1 on the Billboard magazine Hot Country Singles chart in May 1985, it became Alabama's 16th straight No. 1 single in as many single releases (excepting for the 1982 Christmas single "Christmas in Dixie"). The feat allowed Alabama to tie Sonny
Music · 09/12/2018
"Touch Me When We're Dancing" is a song written by Terry Skinner, J. L. Wallace and Ken Bell. Skinner and Wallace headed the Muscle Shoals, Alabama session group Bama, who first recorded this song and released it as a single in 1979 reaching number 42 on the Billboard Easy Listening chart and number 86 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart. The song was later recorded by The Carpenters in 1981 for their Made in America album. In 1984, it was recorded by country music artists Mickey Gilley and Charly Mc
Music · 08/09/2018
"Can't Keep a Good Man Down" is a song written by Bob Corbin, and recorded by American country music band Alabama. It was released in August 1985 as the third and final single from the band's album 40-Hour Week. That November, it became the band's 18th straight No. 1 song in as many single releases, extending their streak just set three months earlier with "40 Hour Week (For a Livin')." A music video was filmed for the song, and has aired on CMT and Great American Country.

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