Artículos con la etiqueta "Mel Street"



Music · 11/06/2019
“If I Had a Cheating Heart”, a song written by Wayland Holyfield and Al Turney, was recorded by Mel Street for the Polydor label, was recorded in November 1977, in Nashville, TN, with the production of Jim Prater and Jim Vienneau, the song was released in December 1977. On March 4, 1978, it reached number # 9 on the US Hot Country Songs charts, with a total of 13 weeks remaining on the charts. The song was included in Mel's studio album, Country Soul (polydor 1978), the album was released in ea
Music · 10/21/2019
“Smokey Mountain Memories”, a song written in 1973 by Earl Thomas Conley and Richmond Devereux, was recorded by Mel Street for the General Recorded Tape label, was recorded in January 1975, with the production of Dick Heard, the song was released in February From 1975, on May 10, 1975, it reached # 13 on the US Hot Country Songs charts, with a total of 14 weeks remaining on the charts. In the Canadian RPM Country Tracks charts, It reached number # 43. The song was included in Mel's fourth studi
Music · 10/21/2019
Song written by Mel Street and recorded by it, the first recording is from 1969 for the label, Tandem Records .In 1972, he signed, for the label, metromedia country, where he would record his first album, which would carry the title of his first recording, Borrowed angel (Metromedia Country 1972), in May 1972 he would re-release the single the borrowed angel, reaching top ten of the country lists, to number 7. There was a time when a totally unknown singer could come to Nashville, cut a song ba