“Country Girl”, a song written by Red Lane and Dottie West, was recorded by Dottie West for the RCA label on February 20, 1968, at RCA Victor Studio, 800 17th Ave. South, Nashville, TN, at the session of Recording Dottie was accompanied by: Grady Martin (guitar), Wayne Moss (guitar), Bob Moore (bass), Buddy Harman (drums), Floyd Cramer (piano), Charlie McCoy (harmonica and vibes) and vocal chorus. With the Chet Atkins Production, the song was released in March 1968. On June 1, 1968, he reached #
You Pick Me Up (And Put Me Down)" is a song written by Randy Goodrum and Brent Maher, and recorded by American country music singer Dottie West. It was released in October 1979 as the first single from the album Special Delivery. The song was among a series of records showcasing West's newly adopted pop-oriented style, which became popular with fans during the early 1980s.
Prior to the success of songs like "You Pick Me Up ... ," West had been known for recording in the Nashville Sound and honk
"Paper Mansions" is a song recorded by American country music artist by Dottie West. The single was first a 45 RPM. It was released in February 1967 as the first single from her With All My Heart and Soul album (which sold quite well). This song was West's last Top 10 hit of the decade as a solo act. This song is an example of one of the few songs not written by West herself. The song was the last single released in 1967 and became a Top 10 hit in 1968, reaching No. 8 on the Hot Country Songs li
"Country Sunshine" is a song co-written and recorded by American country music artist Dottie West, remembered both as one of West's biggest chart hits, and also as the jingle from a classic Coca-Cola television ad: co-written by West with Billy Davis and Dianne Whiles, "Country Sunshine" was released September 1973 as the first single from West's Country Sunshine album.
The song is about a contented country girl whose love interest hopes to coax into relocating with him to an urban area: althoug
Dottie West and Tanya Tucker sing "Rocky Top" during a country-themed edition of the ABC series "The Love Boat," joined by Mel Tillis, Minnie Pearl, Kenny Price, Pat Buttram, Florence Henderson and "Hee Haw" stars Misty Rowe and Lulu Roman.
"Rocky Top" is an American country and bluegrass song written by Felice and Boudleaux Bryant in 1967 and first recorded by the Osborne Brothers later that same year. The song, which is a city dweller's lamentation over the loss of a simpler and freer existen
"All I Ever Need Is You" is a popular song written by Jimmy Holiday and Eddie Reeves and recorded by Ray Charles for his 1971 album, Volcanic Action of My Soul. The most well-known version of the song is the hit single by Sonny & Cher which in 1971 reached number seven on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100 and is their single of greatest longevity, spending 15 weeks on that chart. Their album by the same title sold over 500,000 copies reaching RIAA gold status.
Two versions made the country music chart
Kenny Rogers returns to his birthplace Crockett,TX. We meet his mother Lucille and visit a working ranch, a high school pep rally, and see Kenny on a local radio station. We go to Opryland in Nashville, TN to hear Kenny sing his hits along with Ray Charles and the Oakridge Boys.
Kenneth Ray Rogers (born August 21, 1938) is an American singer, songwriter, actor, record producer, and entrepreneur. He is a member of the Country Music Hall of Fame.
Though he has been most successful with country aud
"When It's Just You and Me" is the name of a 1976 single by Dottie West, that became a Top 10 Country hit in 1977.
This song is important because it marked the first single released by West under her new record company, United Artists. Her material was now more sexual and riskier material, and this was her first single that proved this. her material now was more aimed towards country pop sounding material. The song was released in late 1976, and brought West back as a Country singer, after a ra
"Sweet Memories" is a song by Mickey Newbury, brought to success by Andy Williams. The song reached #4 on the adult contemporary chart and #75 on the Billboard chart in 1968.
Other versions include those by Willie Nelson, Brenda Lee & Ricky Van Shelton, Ray Charles & Mary Ann, The Everly Brothers, and Roy Orbison.
Every Time Two Fools Collide is a duet album by country music singers Kenny Rogers and Dottie West.
This was the duo's first album together. This was after Rogers entered the country market a couple of years back with his massive country pop crossover hit "Lucille" in spring of 1977, followed by a string of more big crossover hits. West, on the other hand, was struggling to keep afloat as a country singer, and needed help to bring her career back to where she was in the early part of the decade.