Artículos con la etiqueta "george strait"



Music · 04/12/2020
“Gotta Get to You”, written by Blaine Larsen, Jim Lauderdale and Jimmy Ritchey, was recorded by George Strait for the MCA label, in mid-2009, at Shrimpboat Sound Studio, Key West, FL. At the recording session for the album George was accompanied by: Randy Scruggs (guitar), Brent Mason (guitar), Stuart Duncan (mandolin and fiddle), Paul Franklin (steel), Glenn Worf (upright bass), Eddie Bayers (drums), Eric Darken (percussion), Steven Nathan (piano, Wurlitzer organ and synthesizer), John Jarvis (
Music · 03/15/2020
“Adalida”, song written by Mike Geiger, Woody Mullis and Michael Huffman was recorded by George Strait for the MCA label on April 18, 1994, at Emerald Studios, Sound Stage Studios, Nashville, TN. On the recording of the album George was accompanied by: Brent Mason (guitar), Steve Gibson (guitar), Paul Franklin (steel), Buddy Emmons (steel), Glenn Worf (bass), Eddie Bayers (drums), Matt Rollings (piano), Steve Nathan (organ and synthesizer), Stuart Duncan (fiddle) and Curtis Young, Liana Mannis (
Music · 12/03/2019
“The Big One,” a song written by Gerry House and Devon O'Day, was recorded by George Strait for the MCA label on April 19, 1994, at Emerald Sound Studio, 1033 16th Ave., Nashville, TN, on the recording session George was accompanied by: Brent Mason (guitar), Steve Gibson (guitar), Paul Franklin (steel), Buddy Emmons (steel), Glenn Worf (bass), Eddie Bayers (drums), Matt Rollings (piano), Steve Nathan (organ and synthesizer), Stuart Duncan (fiddle) and Curtis Young, Liana Mannis (background vocal
Music · 11/08/2019
“Am I Blue”, a song written by David Chamberlain, was recorded by George Strait for the MCA label, was recorded on September 26, 1986, at Sound Stage Studios, Nashville, TN, at the recording session, along with Am I Blue, it was also recorded, All my ex's live in Texas. George was accompanied in the recording session by: Reggie Young (electric guitar), Billy Joe Walker Jr (electric guitar), Richard Bennett (acoustic guitar), Paul Franklin (steel & dobro), Leland Sklar (bass), Owen Hale (drums),
Music · 10/28/2019
A song written by Steve Dorff & John Bettis, was recorded by George Strait, for the MCA label, between April 28 and 29, 1992 at Sound Stage Studios, Nashville, Tennessee, with the production of Tony Brown & George Strait, the song It was released on January 4, 1993, on March 20, 1993, it would reach number # 1 on the US Hot Country Songs lists, and on April 3 it would reach number # 1 on the Canada Country Tracks lists. Heartland became the twenty-four number one in George’s career. The song wo
Music · 10/27/2019
“Murder on Music Row”, a song written by Larry Cordle and Larry Shell, was first recorded by the Bluegrass group Larry Cordle & Lonesome Standard Time, for the Shell Point Records label, was recorded in 1999, at Station West Studio, 616 West Iris, Nashville, TN. The song was part of the album of the same name, Murder On Music Row (Shell Point Records 2000). Larry Cordle received the Song of the Year award at the Bluegrass 2000 International Music Awards. Geroge Strait recorded the duo song with
Music · 10/24/2019
Song written by Tony Martin & Troy Martin, was recorded by George Strait, for the MCA label, was recorded on October 13, 1988, at Emerald Sound Studio, 1033 16th Ave., Nashville, TN, accompanied on the recording by: George Strait (vocal), Reggie Young (electric guitar), Steve Gibson (acoustic guitar), Paul Franklin (steel), David Hungate (bass), Eddie Bayers (drums), Johnny Gimble (fiddle), Floyd Domino (piano), Steve Marsh (sax), Curtis Young, Liana Young (vocal back). It was released on Decemb
Music · 10/22/2019
“I’ve Come to Expect It from You” is a song written by Buddy Cannon and Dean Dillon, and recorded by American country music artist George Strait. It was released in October 1990 as the third and final single from his album Livin’ It Up. It peaked at number 1 on both the U.S. Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks chart and the Canadian RPM Country Tracks chart. In the United States it stayed at number 1 for five weeks. In Canada, it reached number 1 in January 1991 and stayed there for one week.
Music · 10/21/2019
The Cornfield—Vignettes patterned after Laugh-In’s “Joke Wall,” with cast members and guest stars “popping up” to tell jokes and one-liners. Until his death, Stringbean played the field’s scarecrow, delivering one-liners before being shouted down by the crow on his shoulder; after his 1973 murder, Stringbean was not replaced; and a wooden scarecrow was simply seen in the field as a memorial. Guest stars often participated in this sketch as well; and on occasion, personalities from TV stations t
Music · 10/19/2019
Song written by Danny Wells & Dana Hunt Black, was recorded by George Strait on April 15, 1995, at Emerald Sound Studio, 1033 16th Ave., Nashville, TN, in the recording, George was accompanied by: George Strait (vocal), Randy Scruggs (acoustic guitar), Billy Joe Walker, Jr. (electric guitar), Buddy Emmons (steel), Glenn Worf (bass), Eddie Bayers (drums), Stuart Duncan (fiddle), Randy McCormick (piano) and Linda Manis, Curtis Young (vocal back). With the production of Tony Brown & George Strait,

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