Hello Mary Lou by The Statler Brothers (Live) from 1985. Hello Mary Lou was a #3 Hit in the summer of 1985. It was
He’s A Heartache (Looking For A Place To Happen) by Janie Fricke (Live) from 1983. He’s A Heartache was a #1 Country Music Hit
Painted in Exile cover: Revitalized, learned by ear, which will be rerecorded very soon. Check out my band’s page http://www.facebook.com/pages/Truth-Behold/10150141969275137 Enjoy, comment, and subscribe.
All the Gold In California by Larry Gatlin & the Gatlin Brothers (Live) from 1979. All the Gold in California was a #1 Country
Andre Williams “Bacon Fat” Prior to “Village of Love,” Fortune’s biggest-selling record was likely “Bacon Fat” (Fortune 831 and Epic 9196, late 1956) by
Cassey Walker on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/pages/Cassey-Walker/133173038353 Cassey Walker on iTunes: http://itunes.apple.com/us/album/catch-the-moon/id445625692 Anyone remember this July 1985 #1 hit from Dan Seals & Marie Osmond? I
The Bottle Let Me Down by Merle Haggard (Live) from 1968. The Bottle Let Me Down was released on 8/27/1966 and became a #3
‘Till You’re Gone by Barbara Mandrell (Live) from 1982. ‘Till You’re Gone was a #1 Country Music Hit on 7/17/1982 and was off Barbara’s
(If Loving You Is Wrong) I Don’t Want To Be Right by Barbara Mandrell (Live) from 1979. (If Loving You Is Wrong) I Don’t
Don’t Call Him A Cowboy by Conway Twitty (Live) from 1985. Don’t Call Him a Cowboy was a #1 Country Music Hit on 6/1/1985.
I Was Country When Country Wasn’t Cool by Babara Mandrell (Live) from 1981. I Was Counrty was recorded live as a single which Barbara
Love Is Alive by The Judds (Live) 1985. This was a #1 Country Music hit on 8/31/1985. Love Is Alive was off The Judds
Enjoy. Lyrics: I know that I surprised you coming home, It’s not my usual time of year; but I’ve got myself a problem, And