Artículos con la etiqueta "That Nashville Music"

Music · 10/11/2019
Song written by Dickey Lee & Steve Duffy, George Jones recorded the song on March 3, 1962, and was released on April 14, 1962, for United Artists label, the song included on the album, The New Favorites Of George Jones (United Artists Records 1962), the song reached number one on May 4, 1962, remained 6 weeks in a row in number one until June 29. The whining of Dickey Lee-Steve Duffy would become one of the longest-running country hits of all time thanks to Jones’s memorable performance, combin
Music · 10/09/2019
“The Games That Daddies Play”, a song written and recorded by Conway Twitty for the MCA label, was recorded on October 8, 1975, in Bradley's Barn, Bender's Ferry Road, Mount Juliet, TN, with the production of Owen Bradley, was released in July 1976, reaching # 1 of the US Hot Country Songs charts, on October 9, 1976, and remained on the charts for a total of 11 weeks, on October 30 it would also reach number # 1 on the charts from Canadian RPM Country Tracks. It was the twenty-second number one
Music · 10/08/2019
Song written by Merle Haggard and recorded by the same, on February 25, 1977, for the MCA label, with the production of Hank Cochran, was released on April 18, 1977, reached number # 2 on the US charts. Hot Country Songs, and the # 3 position of Canadian RPM Country Tracks lists.The song would be included in the twenty-second studio album, Ramblin’ Fever (MCA 1977), the album reached # 5 position in the Billboard Country albums charts. It was his first on the MCA label after recording for Capit
Music · 10/07/2019
“Backside of Thirty”, a song written and recorded by John Conlee for the ABC label, recorded in October 1976 in Nashville, TN. With the production of Bud Logan, t 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
Music · 10/05/2019
Your Lying Blue Eyes, a song written by Ken McDuffie, was recorded by John Anderson for the Warner Bros. label, was recorded between July and August 1979, at Columbia Recording Studio, 34 Music Sq. East, Nashville, TN – On the album recording session, John was accompanied by: Pete Wade (guitar), Phil Baugh (guitar), Ray Edenton (guitar), Reggie Young (guitar), Billy Sanford (guitar), Pete Drake and Sonny Garrish (steel), Henry Strzelecki, Tommy Cogbill and Bob Moore (bass guitar), Ralph Gallant
Music · 09/28/2018
"How to Be a Country Star" is a song recorded by American country music group The Statler Brothers written by group members Harold Reid and Don Reid. The song – a humorous, tongue-in-cheek advice song that names many of the top country music recording artists of the time, along with a number of classic country artists – was released in March 1979 as the first single from the album The Originals. The song eventually climbed to No. 7 on the Billboard Hot Country Singles chart that May, and also No
Music · 09/19/2018
"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 In 1970 Ray Price recorded a version of the song which topped the US country music chart and was awarded "Song of the Year" by the Academy of Country Music. "For the Good Times" was Price's fifth #1 single and spent 19 weeks on th
Music · 09/13/2018
"I Love" is a song written and recorded by American country music artist Tom T. Hall. It was released in October 1973 as the only single from the album, For the People in the Last Hard Town. The song would be Hall's most successful single and was his fourth number one on the US country singles chart. The single spent two weeks at the top and a total of 15 weeks on the chart. "I Love" was Hall's only entry on the Top 40 peaking at number 12
Music · 08/09/2018
"Louisiana Saturday Night" is a song written by Bob McDill and recorded by American country music artist Mel McDaniel. It was released in March 1981 as the third single from McDaniel's 1980 album, I'm Countryfied. The song was originally sung by Don Williams. The song is often mistakenly attributed to popular country music bands Alabama (band) and the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band.Adding to the confusion, Tom T. Hall wrote an earlier, unrelated song by the same name. Hall's "Louisiana Saturday Night" w
Music · 08/06/2018
"Blue Heartache" is a song written by Paul Craft. It has been recorded by numerous musical artists in several different genres and formats, most notably by the Osborne Brothers in 1973 and Gail Davies in 1979. In October 1979, American country artist Gail Davies recorded and released her version of "Blue Heartache" as a single. Issued in 1979 as an official single, the song peaked at number seven on the Billboard Magazine Hot Country Singles chart in early 1980. "Blue Heartache" became Davies

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