Artículos con la etiqueta "Gene Watson"



Music · 11/08/2019
“Drinkin 'My Way Back Home”, a song written by Don Scaife, Ronny Scaife and Phil Thomas, was recorded by Gene Watson for the MCA label, in July 1983, at Pete's Place, 809 18th Ave. South, Nashville, TN, the song was recorded along with the rest of the album, Gene was accompanied in the recording session by: Daniel Raniwater (guitar), Norm Kastner (guitar), Tiny Olson (steel), Larry Booth (bass), Tony Booth (bass), Doug Boggs (drums), Lisa Silver and Buddy Spicher (fiddle), Joe Gough (piano) and
Music · 10/25/2019
Song written by the singer and composer Dallas Harms. Gene Watson, recorded the song on November 18, 1976, and was released in January 1977, would be included on the album, Paper Rosie (Capitol 1977), the song would reach the number 3 position in American charts and the number one position in the Canadian lists. But before recording it Gene, Dallas Harms recorded it in 1975, reaching the number 21 position in the country charts of Canada, the song was included in what would be his first album, P
Music · 10/20/2019
Song written by Allen Frizzell & Bo Roberts, was recorded by Gene Watson for the MCA label, with the production of Russ Reeder & Gene Watson, was released in March 1983. The song reached the position number 2 of the US Hot Country Songs and position number 5 in the Canadian RPM Country Tracks. The song was included on the album, Sometimes I Get Lucky (MCA 1983), the album would reach the position 16 of the US top country albums.
Music · 10/20/2019
Song written by Daniel T. Rainwater and Larry Booth, was recorded by Gene Watson for the MCA label, it was the B side of Drinkin’s My Way Back Home, the song was recorded in July 1983 at Pete’s Place, 809 18th Ave. South, Nashville, TN, Gene was accompanied in the recording by: Gene Watson (vocal, Daniel Raniwater (guitar), Norm Kastner (guitar), Tiny Olson (steel), Larry Booth (bass), Tony Booth (bass), Doug Boggs (drums), Lisa Silver and Buddy Spicher (fiddle), Joe Gough (piano) and Tennessee
Music · 10/11/2019
Is a song written by Vince Matthews and Kent Westbury, and recorded by American country music artist Gene Watson. It was released in May 1975 as the second single and title track from the album Love in the Hot Afternoon. The song reached No. 3 on the Billboard Hot Country Singles chart, becoming his first top 40 and first top 10 hit on that chart. On the original 45 record, it was paired with another great song The B-Side was “Through the Eyes of Love” from the pen of Jack Clement. Two years l
Music · 10/06/2019
Song written by Stephen P. Spurgin & J. D. Mendenhall, was recorded by Gene Watson at the end of 1981, for the MCA label, with the production of Russ Reeder & Gene Watson, was released on February 27, 1982. The song would arrive at number 9 of the lists of country singles in the USA and to the position number 4 in the Canadian charts. The song would be included in the tenth work of Gene, Old Loves Never Die (MCA 1981), Gene Watson’s ‘Old Loves Never Die’ was recorded at Sound Emporium Studio in
Music · 09/20/2018
"Got No Reason Now for Goin' Home" is a song written by Johnny Russell, and recorded by American country music artist Gene Watson. It was released in October 1984 as the first single from the album Heartaches and Love and Stuff. The song reached #7 on the Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks chart.
Music · 09/16/2018
Watson was born in Palestine, Texas, in 1943. He began his music career in the 1960s, performing in local clubs at night while working in a Houston auto body shop during the day. He recorded for only a few small, regional record labels having a regional hit "Bad Water", until 1974, when Capitol Records picked up his album Love in the Hot Afternoon and released it nationally. The title track, a mid-tempo ballad in three-quarter time, was released in June 1975, and it quickly reached Number three
Music · 09/10/2018
"Should I Come Home (Or Should I Go Crazy)" is a song written by Joe Allen, and recorded by American country music artist Gene Watson. It was released in September 1979 as the first single from the album Should I Come Home. The song reached #3 on the Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks chart
Music · 08/07/2018
Gary Gene Watson (born October 11, 1943) is an American country singer. He is most famous for his 1975 hit "Love in the Hot Afternoon," his 1981 #1 hit "Fourteen Carat Mind," and his signature song "Farewell Party." Watson's long career has notched five number ones,23 top tens and over 76 charted singles. Watson was born in Palestine, Texas, in 1943.He began his music career in the 1960s, performing in local clubs at night while working in a Houston auto body shop during the day. He recorded fo

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