Song written by Merle Haggard & Roy Edward Burris, was recorded on July 17, 1969, for the Capitol label, with the production of Ken Nelson, and was released on September 29, 1969. On November 15 the song reached the number one at US Country Charts, for 4 weeks in a row. It was the eighth number one in Merle Haggard’s career. The song was included on the album, Okie from Muskogee (Capitol 1969), it was recorded live in 1969, The Civic Center, Muskogee, OK. The album reached number one in Billboar
Song written by Merle Haggard and Dean Holloway, was recorded by Merle Haggard on July 7, 1981, at Britannia Studios, 3249 Chaguenha Blvd., Hollywood, CA, Merle was accompanied on the recording by Roy Nichols (lead guitar & harmonica), Bobby Wayne (rhythm guitar & vocal), Norman Hamlet (steel & dobro), Dennis Hromek (bass), Biff Adam (drums), Tiny Moore (fiddle & mandolin), Jimmy Belkin (fiddle), Mark Yeary (piano), Don Markham (trumpet, horn & sax), Hyde Slyde (trombone, euphonium & vocals) and
Leona Williams In 1975, she joined Merle Haggard’s show, initially as a backing vocalist. However, when Haggard divorced Bonnie Owens, she not only became the featured vocalist but on 7 October 1978, she also became the third Mrs Haggard. They combined to write several songs and recorded an album together but the marriage soon proved turbulent. In 1978, they had a number 8 US country hit with ‘The Bull And The Beaver’ but in 1983, when the marriage ended, they appeared in the charts with the app
The song “My Favorite Memory” was composed and recorded by Merle Haggard, the recording was made in 1981, it was a single from Merle’s wonderful album “Big City”
“My Favorite Memory” debuted on Billboard’s country singles chart on September 19, 1981, and by November 28th it had arrived at the top spot, for Merle’s first of twelve number one songs for the Epic label and the 27th of his 38 chart-toppers.The song also reached number 3 in, Canadian RPM Country Tracks.
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
Song written by Merle Haggard, was recorded by Merle Haggard & The Strangers, for the Capitol label, was recorded on April 30, 1974, in Dallas, TX, with the production of Fuzzy Owen, was released on June 3, 1974, and on August 24, 1974, it reached number # 1 on the US Hot Country Songs charts and stayed ten weeks on the charts. And on August 31, 1974, it also reached number # 1 on the Canadian RPM Country Tracks lists. It was the eighteenth number one in Merle’s career.
The song was included i
Misery and Gin, song written by Snuff Garrett and John Durrill, was recorded by Merle Haggard for the MCA label, was recorded on April 11, 1980, in Heider Scoring Service Inc., Hollywood, CA, on the production of Snuff Garrett, the single was released on June 16, 1980, September 13, 1980. Reached the number # 3 of the charts of U.S Hot Country Songs, in the charts of Canadian RPM Country Tracks, reached number # 4.
The song was included in the thirty-first Merle studio album, Back to the Barroo
I Can not Be Myself, a song written by Merle Haggard and recorded by Merle Haggard & The Strangers for the Capitol label, on July 9, 1970, at Capitol Recording Studio, 1750 North Vine Street, Hollywood, CA, in the recording participated: Red Lane (guitar), Roy Nichols (guitar), Bobby Wayne (guitar), Norman Hamlet (steel & dobro), Dennis Hromek (fender bass), Biff Adam (drums) and George French (piano). With the production by Ken Nelson, the single was released on October 10, 1970, on November 21
“The Legend of Bonnie and Clyde'” is a song written by American country music artists Merle Haggard and Bonnie Owens and performed by Haggard and The Strangers. It was released in January 1968 as the first single and title track from the album The Legend of Bonnie and Clyde. The song was Haggard and The Strangers fourth number one on the U.S. country singles chart. The single spent two weeks at number one and a total of 14 weeks on the country chart.The song is a condensed biography of the fame
"Hungry Eyes" is a song written and recorded by American country music artist Merle Haggard and The Strangers. It was released in December 1968 as the first single from the album A Portrait of Merle Haggard. The song was one of the most famous of his career.
During the late 1960s, Haggard released a series of recordings many critics have deemed to be not only some of his greatest works, but some of the most significant in the history of country music. "Hungry Eyes" — sometimes known as "Mama's
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