A song written and recorded by Eddy Raven for the ABC Dot label, it was recorded in June 1976 at Woodland Sound Studio, 1011 Woodland St., Nashville, TN, with the production of Don Gant being released on July 19, 1976. The song was the side b of The Curse Of A Woman, only released on single.
It would not be included until 1984 on the album of the same name, Thank God For Kids (MCA 1984).
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
Rodeo Romeo, a song written by D. Mitchell, and recorded by Moe Bandy for the Columbia label, the song was recorded in August 1981, along with the rest of the songs on the album, it was recorded between two studios, Columbia Recording Studio A, 34 Music Sq. East, Nashville, TN / The Sound Emporium B, 3102 Belmont Blvd., Nashville, TN, at the Moe recording session, was accompanied by: Ray Edenton (guitar), Leo Jackson (guitar), Pete Wade (guitar), Mike Leech (guitar), Jimmy Capps (guitar), Weldon
"Who Do You Know in California" is a song written and recorded by American country music artist Eddy Raven. It was released in October 1981 as the second single from the album Desperate Dreams. The song reached #11 on the Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks chart.
"I Tell It Like It Used to Be" is a song written by Ron Hellard, Michael Garvin and Bucky Jones, and recorded by American country music artist T. Graham Brown. It was released in October 1985 as the first single and title track from the album I Tell It Like It Used to Be. The song reached number 7 on the Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks chart.
"Ida Red" is an American traditional song of unknown origins that was made famous in the upbeat 1938 version by Bob Wills and his Texas Playboys. Wills' Ida Red served as the primary inspiration for Chuck Berry's first big hit Maybellene. It is chiefly identified by variations of the chorus:
Ida Red, Ida Red, I'm a plumb fool 'bout Ida Red.
Verses are unrelated, rather humorous, and free form, changing from performance to performance. Ida Red's identity is unknown, but is feminine in most uses