“Holding the Bag”, a song written by B. Moore and P. Bunch, was recorded by the country music duo Moe & Joe for the Columbia label, in May 1979, at Columbia Recording Studio, Nashville, TN and Jack Clement Recording Studio, Nashville, TN. At the recording session of the album, Moe & Joe, were accompanied by: Billy Sanford (guitar), Bob Moore (Bass), Buddy Emmons (Steel), Charlie McCoy (Harmonica), Chip Young (guitar), Hargus Robbins (piano), Hayward Bishop, Jimmy Capps (guitar), Johnny Gimble (F
“Whiskey Chasin '”, Song written by Buddy Cannon, was recorded by Joe Stampley for the Epic label, in November 1980, the album was recorded between three studios: Sound Emporium, Nashville, TN, Woodland Sound Studio, Nashville, TN and Columbia Recording Studio, Nashville, TN. In the recording session of the album, Joe was accompanied by: Davi Briggs, Terry McMillan, Leo Jackson, Mike Leech, Reggie Young, Billy Sanford, Weldon Myrick, Larrie Londin, Jimmy Capps, Pete Wade and The Shelly Kurland S
“I'm Gonna Love You Back to Loving Me Again”, a song written by Larry Cheshier and Murry Kellum, was recorded by Joe Stampley for the Epic label, was recorded in November 1980, between studios, Sound Emporium, Nashville, TN, Woodland Sound Studio, Nashville, TN, and Columbia Recording Studio, Nashville, TN. With the production of Ray Baker, the song was released on December 23, 1980, and on March 28, 1981, it reached # 9 on the charts of US Hot Country Songs, remaining on charts for a total of 1
Song written by Ansley Fleetwood, was recorded by the duo, Moe Bandy & Joe Stampley (Moe & Joe), for the columbia label in June 1979, with the production of Ray Baker, was released in July of the same year. The song would reach number one of the U.S. Billboard Hot Country Singles, on September 22, 1979, for a week and staying 11 weeks on lists. In the Canadian RPM Country Tracks lists, I reach position number 8. It would be the first and only number one as a duo.
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"All These Things" is a 1962 single written by Allen Toussaint under the pseudonym of "Naomi Neville". While previously recorded by Art Neville and Lee Tillman, the biggest chart hit version was performed by Joe Stampley. "All These Things" was Stampley's third number one on the country chart. The single stayed at number one for a single week and spent a total of thirteen weeks on the chart.
A re-recording in 1981 charted at number 62. John Boutte recorded it as well, and performs it regularly,