Artículos con la etiqueta "Kris Kristofferson"

Music · 10/28/2019
Song written by Kris Kristofferson, Stephen Bruton & Mike Utley. It was recorded by Willie Nelson & Kris Kristofferson for the soundtrack , Songwriter (Columbia 1984), was released in October 1984, reached the position number 21 of the USA country charts. The soundtrack was nominated to the Oscars, but lost with Purple Rain. Two of the songs on the album are duets, five are sung by Nelson and four by Kristofferson.
Music · 10/21/2019
Song written and composed by Kris Kristofferson, was recorded in 1969, and included in the first album of Kris, Kristofferson (Monument 1970), album produced by Fred Foster. It was released at the beginning of 1970, it reached the position number 10 of the country albums lists, and the number 43 position of pop lists (Albums). Soon the song was covered by Sammi Smith, Smith’s recording of the song remains the most successful and commercially known version in the United States. His recording is
Music · 03/16/2018
"For the Good Times" is a song written by Kris Kristofferson that appeared on his debut album Kristofferson. He wrote the first verse and chorus in 1968 while driving from Nashville to the Gulf of Mexico; an early recording of the song was by Bill Nash on Smash Records.
Music · 11/11/2017
The Highwaymen was a country music supergroup composed of four of the genre's biggest artists well known for their pioneering influence on the outlaw country subgenre: Johnny Cash, Waylon Jennings, Willie Nelson, and Kris Kristofferson. Active as a group between 1985 and 1995, these four artists recorded three major label albums as The Highwaymen: two on Columbia Records and one for Liberty Records. Their Columbia works produced three chart singles, including the number one "Highwayman" in 1985.
Music · 11/02/2017
Johnny cash,Waylon Jennings, Kris Kristofferson, Larry Gatlin sings I Walk The Line And Ring Of Fire "There Ain't No Good Chain Gang" is a song wPre-cursor to the Highwaymen without Willie! But Larry Gatlin more than holds his own