Ronnie Milsap - A Rose By Any Other Name album download
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|A1||She Even Woke Me Up To Say Goodbye
Producer – Chips MomanWritten-By – Doug Gilmore, Mickey Newbury
|A2||Please Don't Tell Me How The Story Ends
Producer – Dan PennWritten-By – Kris Kristofferson
|A3||You And Me Me And You
Producer – Dan PennWritten-By – Troy Seals, Will Jennings
|A4||I Just Can't Help Believin'
Producer – Chips MomanWritten-By – Barry Mann
|A5||Keep On Smilin'
Written-By – Hall*, Hall*, Anthony*, Ross*, Hirsch*
|B1||A Rose By Any Other Name
Written-By – Irwin Levine, Toni Wine
Producer – Dan PennWritten-By – Joe Melson, Roy Orbison
|B3||Blue Skies Of Montana
Producer – Dan PennWritten-By – Dan Penn, Spooner Oldham
Producer – Dan PennWritten-By – Swain Schafer
|B5||Loving You's A Natural Thing
Producer – Chips MomanWritten-By – Glen Spreen, Mark James
NotesReprise Records, a division of Warner Bros. Records Inc., a Warner Communications Company Burbank CA, Made in USA 1978 Warner Bros. Records Inc.
|COL-CD-7710||Ronnie Milsap||A Rose By Any Other Name (CD, Album, RE)||Collectables||COL-CD-7710||US||2006|
A Rose by Any Other Name is the fifth studio album by country music artist Ronnie Milsap. It was released in 1975 by Warner Bros. Five tracks of the album were recycled from Ronnie Milsap. Me and You, You and Me" was recorded at Quadrophonic studios in Nashville, Produced by Glen Spreen. The album reached on Country charts
Though I know her Christian name is Maria But a rose by any other name is still a rose And my friend you'll know what I mean the moment you see her. Oh, yesterday we touched for the first time It was worth the wait when I felt her cherry lips on mine And the tears ran down her cheeks And she whispered darling, I love you Oh even in the ghetto dreams can come true. And I wouldn't know her even if I never heard her name Cause no matter what they called her To me it's all the same Yes, a rose by any other name is still a rose Though I know her Christian name is Maria But a rose.
Released in 1975, just as Ronnie Milsap's career was achieving cruising altitude, A Rose by Any Other Name winds up recycling much of his 1971 eponymous debut. A full five tracks are repeated from that album - "Blue Skies of Montana," "Crying," "Keep on Smiling," "Why," and an excellent version of Kris Kristofferson's "Please Don't Tell Me How the Story Ends" - and to the mix are added some good leftovers, including a good version of Mickey Newbury's "She Even Woke Me Up to Say Goodbye.
Ronnie Milsap chronology. Legend in My Time (1975). A Rose by Any Other Name (1975). I Just Can't Help Believin'" (Barry Mann, Cynthia Weil) – 2:57. Keep on Smiling" (Spooner Oldham) – 3:21. A Rose by Any Other Name" (Irvin Levine, Toni Wine) – 2:41. Crying" (Joe Melson, Roy Orbison) – 3:16. Blue Skies of Montana" (Spooner Oldham, Dan Penn) – 3:25.
Now we have decided to update 'Rose By Any Other name. to the present day and morph it into a weekly TV series, but while major studios are interested as usual they find my content is a little provocative. So we have started filming anyway and while the studios wrestle with the idea of romantic comedy where people meet, date and maybe even fall in love with each other regardless of gender, we will start broadcasting it on the web using FenceSitter Film's YouTube Channel. The discography of American country music singer Ronnie Milsap consists of 28 albums and 69 singles. Since releasing his first album in 1971, Milsap has had 40 number-one hits on the Billboard country chart and sold over 35 million albums.
Ronnie Milsap lyrics - 238 song lyrics sorted by album, including "What A Difference You've Made In My Life", "(There's) No Gettin' Over Me. album: "A Rose By Any Other Name" (1975). She Even Woke Me Up To Say Goodbye Please Don't Tell Me How The Story Ends You And Me, Me And You I Just Can't Help Believin' Keep On Smiling A Rose By Any Other Name Crying Blue Skies Of Montana Why Loving You's A Natural Thing. album: "Night Things" (1975)
Ronnie Milsap (album). Ronnie Milsap is the first studio album from country music artist Ronnie Milsap. It was released in 1971 on Warner Bros. It remains the only Milsap album that has never been released in the CD format. Among the tracks on the album was "Please Don't Tell Me How the Story Ends," which he re-recorded in 1974 after he signed a contract with RCA Nashville and established himself as a hitmaker in country music. The remake went on to be a No. 1 hit on the Billboard Hot Country Singles chart.