“After Closing Time”, song written by Billy Sherrill, Danny Walls and Norro Wilson, was recorded by David Houston and Barbara Mandrell, for the Epic label, was recorded on July 22, 1970, at Columbia Recording Studio, 804 16th Ave. South, Nashville, TN. With the production of Billy Sherrill, the single was released on September 2, 1970, the song reached number # 6 on the charts of U.S Hot Country Songs, on November 21, 1970.
The song was included in the debut album as David and Barbara’s duo, A
“Waltz of the Angels,” a song written by D. Reynolds and J. Rhodes, was recorded by David Houston for the Elektra label, recorded in March 1978, at Jack Clement Recording Studio, 3102 Belmont Blvd., Nashville, TN, with The production of Howard A. Knight Jr. and Jerry W. Hayes, the song was released in August 1978, in the charts of US Hot Country Songs, reached number # 51.
The song was included in David’s twenty-second studio album, From the Heart of Houston (Derrick Records 1979).
Song written by Glenn Sutton and Billy Sherrill, was recorded by David Houston in January 1966 and Released in June 1966, produced by Billy Sherrill. It was included on the album of the same name, for the seal Epic, which would be the third work of David.The song reached number one on August 13, 1966, and did not leave this position until October 14 of the same year, it remained nine consecutive weeks, being it’s first number one of a total of seven, few singers can boast of this success.