“Trying to Love Two Women”, song written by Sonny Throckmorton, was recorded by American country music group The Oak Ridge Boys for the MCA label, it was recorded in November 1979, at Woodland Sound Studio, 1011 Woodland St., Nashville, TN.In the same session, three other songs were recorded: “Love takes two”, “Ready to take my chances” and “Hold on'til Sunday”. With the production by Ron Chancey, the song was released on April 19, 1980, and on June 28, 1980, peaked at # 1 on the U.S Hot Country
(I'm Settin ') Fancy Free , also known as Fancy Free, was written by Don August & Jimbeau Hinson, was recorded by the group The Oak Ridge Boys for the MCA label, the song along with the album was recorded on January 1981, at Woodland Sound Studio, 1011 Woodland St., Nashville, TN, at the recording session The Oak Ridge Boys, were accompanied by: Billy Sanford and Reggie Young (lead guitar), Chip Young, James Capps and Barry Burton (acoustic guitar), Bobby Thompson (banjo), Weldon Myrick (steel),
The Oak Ridge Boys, recorded in 1982 for their Christmas album, Christmas (MCA 1982), the song was released in November 1982, and was the most successful version, reached the number # 3 on the lists of U.S. Hot Country Singles and number # 24 on the Canadian RPM Country Tracks charts.
It would not be included until 1984 on the album of the same name, Thank God For Kids (MCA 1984).
Song written by Dallas Frazier, realesed in December 1965, for Capitol seal, with the production of Marvin Hughes, arrived at the position 72 of lists US Billboard Hot 100. The song was included on the album, Elvira (Capitol 1966). But the most successful version was recorded by The Oak Ridge Boys, for MCA in 1981, it reached number one on the US country charts on May 30, 1981 , also arrived at number one of the Canadian country lists. The song was included on the album, Fancy Free (Capitol 1981
“Come On In”, a song written by Michael, was recorded by The Oak Ridge Boys for the ABC label, recorded in February 1978, between Nashville and Hollywood, Woodland
The song was covered in April 1982 by country singer Conway Twitty with minor lyric changes to accommodate a heterosexual male singer. His version, on Elektra Records, toppedThe song would be included in the tenth work of Gene, Old Loves Never Die (MCA 1981), Gene Watson’s ‘Old Loves Never Die’ was recorded at Sound Emporium Studio in
"Make My Life with You" is a song written by Gary Burr, and recorded by American country music group The Oak Ridge Boys. It was released in November 1984 as the second new single from their Greatest Hits 2 album. "Make My Life with You" was The Oak Ridge Boys' eleventh number one on the country chart. The single went to number one for one week and spent a total of fourteen weeks on the chart.
"Dream On" is a song written by Dennis Lambert and Brian Potter, and recorded by the American country music group The Oak Ridge Boys. It was released in August 1979 as the third single from their album The Oak Ridge Boys Have Arrived. This is the Oak Ridge Boys' only single to feature bass singer Richard Sterban on lead vocals.
The song spent thirteen weeks within the top 40 of the Hot Country Songs charts and peaked at number seven. In Canada, the song spent three weeks at the number one posit
"I Wish You Could Have Turned My Head (And Left My Heart Alone)" is a song written by Sonny Throckmorton. He was also the first artist to release it, doing so on Last Cheater's Waltz in 1978. His version went to number 54 on the country music charts that year.
Conway Twitty recorded the song for his 1979 Cross Winds album, although it was not released as a single.
The Oak Ridge Boys released the song in July 1982 as the second single from their album Bobbie Sue. This version went to number two
"You're the One" is a song written by Bob Morrison, and recorded by American country music group The Oak Ridge Boys. It was released in December 1977 as the second single from the album Y'all Come Back Saloon. The song reached #2 on the Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks chart.
Glen Campbell recorded a version in 1973 which influenced the Oak Ridge Boys' rendition. The song was adapted twice - once by Hovie Lister and the Statesmen Quartet in 1974 with gospel-themed verses, and by the Americ
"This Crazy Love" is a song written by Roger Murrah and James Dean Hicks, and recorded by American country music group The Oak Ridge Boys. It was released in June 1987 as the second single from the album Where the Fast Lane Ends. "This Crazy Love" was The Oak Ridge Boys' fifteenth number one on the country chart. The single went to number one for one week and spent a total of fifteen weeks on the country chart. It was released following the departure William Lee Golden in March 1987.