“When I Stop Leavin ‘(I’ll Be Gone)”, a song written by Kent Robbins, was recorded by Charley Pride for the RCA label on January 11, 1978, at Sound Masters, 30 Music Sq. West, Nashville, TN, in the same session two other songs were recorded: “Burgers and fries” and “I want you” (unissued). With the production of Jerry Bradley and Charley Pride the song was released in May 1978, on August 19, 1978, reached # 3 on the charts of U.S Hot Country Songs, and remained a total of 15 weeks on the charts.
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
“Burgers and Fries”, a song written by Ben Peters, was recorded by Charley Pride for the RCA label on January 11, 1978, at Sound Masters, 30 Music Sq. West, Nashville, TN. With the production of Jerry Bradley. The song was released in October 1978, on December 16 it reached number # 2 of the US Hot Country Songs charts, remaining a total of 14 weeks in the charts. On January 13, 1979, he reached # 1 on the Canadian RPM Country Tracks charts.
The song was included in Charley's twenty-third studi
Song written by Johnny Duncan, who recorded it for the first time on June 25, 1970, but it was not published until May 1971. Charley Pride, recorded and released in January 1971, reached number one on the country charts, on March 6, 1971, and he stayed 3 weeks in a row at number one, and he stayed on lists for 13 weeks, he also got number one on the Canadian country charts, and entered the pop charts at number 79.
The song It would be included on the album, I’m Just Me (RCA 1971). On LP country
Is a song written by Glenn Martin and Dave Kirby, and recorded by American country music artist Charley Pride. It was released in February 1970 as the first single from the album Charley Pride’s 10th album. “Is Anybody Goin’ to San Antone” was Charley Pride’s third number one in a row on the country charts. The single spent two weeks at number one and a total of 16 weeks on the country chart.Charley’s manager, Jack D. Johnson, was given a demonstration tape of this song and rewrote it, changing
Song written by Kye Fleming & Dennis Morgan, was recorded for the first time by Charley Pride for the RCA label, was recorded on December 2, 1980, at Music City Music Hall, 800 17th Ave. South, Nashville, TN. With the production by Jerry Bradley, was released in February 1981, on the lists of US Hot Country Songs, reached number # 7, and lists of Canadian RPM Country Tracks, reached number # 2.
The song was included in Charley’s twenty-sixth studio album, Roll on Mississippi (RCA 1981), it was
"Me and Bobby McGee" is a song written by Kris Kristofferson and Fred Foster, originally performed by Roger Miller. Others performed the song later, including Grateful Dead, Kristofferson himself,Kenny Rogers and The First Edition, Gordon Lightfoot, Miranda Lambert, and most famously Janis Joplin.
The song is the story of two drifters, the narrator and his girlfriend Bobby McGee. The couple hitch a ride from a truck driver and sing as they drive through the American south. They visit California
"Mississippi Cotton Picking Delta Town" is a song written by Harold Dorman and George Gann, and recorded by American country music artist Charley Pride. It was released in August 1974 as the first single from his album Pride of America. The song peaked at number 3 on the Billboard Hot Country Singles chart. It also reached number 1 on the RPM Country Tracks chart in Canada.
"Kaw-Liga" is one of just a handful of songs that Williams wrote with Fred Rose, who produced his records and published his songs through his company Acuff-Rose. Rose often "doctored" the songs Hank composed, making suggestions and revisions, with biographer Roger M. Williams noting that Rose's contribution to Hank's songs was probably craftsmanship, whereas Williams' was genius. Roy Acuff later recalled:
"Hank would come up with the ideas, and Fred would say, 'Well, write it down and let me
"(I'm So) Afraid of Losing You Again" is a song written by Dallas Frazier and A.L. "Doodle" Owens, and recorded by American country music artist Charley Pride. It was released in October 1969 as the first single from the album Just Plain Charley. "(I'm So) Afraid of Losing You Again" was Charley Pride's second number one on the country charts. The single stayed at number one for three weeks and spent a total of 15 weeks on the country charts.
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