"Until My Dreams Come True" is a 1969 single by Jack Greene. "Until My Dreams Come True was Jack Greene's fourth number one on the country charts. The single spent two weeks at number one and a total of thirteen weeks on the country chart.
Jack Henry Greene (January 7, 1930 – March 14, 2013) was an American country musician. Nicknamed the "Jolly Greene Giant" due to his height and deep voice, Greene was a long time member of the Grand Ole Opry. A three-time Grammy Award nominee,Greene is best known for his 1966 hit, "There Goes My Everything". The song dominated the Country music charts for nearly two months in 1967 and earned Greene "Male Vocalist of the Year", "Single of the Year", "Album of the Year" and "Song of the Year" hono
"Fox on the Run" is a song with lyrics by Tony Hazzard, first recorded by the English band Manfred Mann as a single issued 29 November 1968,which reached #5 in the UK pop charts in the following month.
It was introduced to bluegrass by Bill Emerson and quickly became a bluegrass favorite.
It was covered by American country music singer-songwriter Tom T. Hall. His version was released as a single in 1976 and peaked at #9 on the U.S. Billboard Hot Country Singles chart and #12 on the Canadian RPM
"All the Time" is a song that has been recorded by two country music singers. The first version, by Kitty Wells, peaked at #18 on the country music charts in 1959.It was the b-side to her single "Mommy for a Day," which peaked at #5.
Eight years later, Jack Greene covered the song, taking his version to Number One on the same chart.The song's b-side, "Wanting You but Never Having You," peaked at #63.
"Statue of a Fool" is a song, whose authorship is surrounded in controversy. According to Genna Sapia-Ruffin, the mother of David Ruffin, former member of The Temptations' son, on page 251 of her book A Memoir: Davod Ruffin -- My Temptation (1993-2003, 1st Books Library), David Ruffin wrote and originally released the song on a 78 RPM in 1958, when he was recording under the name "Little Eddie Bush.' However, as he was only seventeen years old at that time, later covers of the song gave writing
Jack Greene performs "Release Me".Live on Grand Ole Opry
"Release Me" (sometimes rendered as "Release Me (and Let Me Love Again)"), is a popular song written by Eddie "Piano" Miller and Robert Yount in 1949. Shortly afterward it was covered by Jimmy Heap & the Melody Masters (1953), and with even better success by Patti Page (1954), Ray Price (1954), and Kitty Wells (1954).
In country music,