A song written and recorded by Merle Haggard for the Capitol label, it was recorded on December 8, 1968, at Capitol Recording Studio, 1750 North Vine St., Hollywood, California. In the recording Merle Haggard was accompanied by: James Burton (guitar), Roy Nichols (guitar), Norman Hamlet (steel), Howard Lowe (bass), Eddie Burris (drums), George French (piano) and Bonnie Owens (vocal harmony). In this session three songs were recorded: Hungry Eyes, Every Fool Have A Rainbow and Silver Wings. With
A song written by Merle Haggard, and recorded by Merle Haggard & The Strangers for the Capitol label, was recorded on April 10, 1967, at Capitol Recording Studio, 1750 North Vine Street, Hollywood, CA, Merle was accompanied on the recording by: Glen Campbell (guitar), Roy Nichols (guitar), Billy Mize (guitar), Howard Lowe (steel), Eddie Burris (bass), George French (drums) and Bonnie Owens (harmony voca). With the production of Ken Nelson, the song was released on July 8, 1967, on September 2, 1
Merle Haggard recorded it for the Epic label, between January and March 1983, in Woodland Sound Studio and Eleven Sound Studios, Nashville, TN, with the production of Merle Haggard and Ray Baker, the song was released in August 1983, 11 February 1984, and reached # 1 on the charts of US Hot Country Songs, and remained a total of 21 weeks on the charts. In Canadian RPM Country Tracks, It reached at number # 2. Was his 30th number one single. And won him that year's Grammy Award for Best Country V
Ain’t Goin ‘Down (‘ Til the Sun Comes Up), a song written by Kent Blazy, Kim Williams and Garth Brooks, was recorded by Garth Brooks for the Liberty label, in the spring of 1993, in Jack’s Tracks, 1308 16th Ave South, Nashville, TN, in the recording session of the album, Garth was accompanied by: James Garver (guitar, percussions and vocal background), Steve McClure (guitar and steel), Ty England (guitar and vocal background), Betsy Smittle (bass and background vocal), Mike Palmer (drums and pre
It’s Been a Great Afternoon, song written and recorded by Merle Haggard for the MCA label, recorded on May 3, 1978, at Fireside Recording Studio, 813 18th Ave. South, Nashville, TN. With the production of Fuzzy Owen and Hank Cochran, the single was released on July 24, 1978, and on September 30, 1978, reached # 2 on the US Hot Country Songs charts. On October 28, 1978, he reached # 1 on the Canadian RPM Country Tracks charts.
The song was included in Merle’s twenty-eighth studio album, I’m Alwa
“Sing Me Back Home”, a song written by Merle Haggard, and recorded by Merle Haggard and The Strangers for the Capitol label, the first recording was made on September 18, 1967 (unissued), at Capitol Recording Studio, 1750 North Vine St., Hollywood, CA, the one that was finally released was the one that was recorded, in the same studios, on September 20, 1967, along with “Sing Me Back Home”, they were also recorded, “where does the good times go” and “good times”, in the recording session Merle w
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.
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