The Statler Brothers - Country Classics album download
|A2||Moments To Remember|
|A4||I'll Be Your Baby Tonight|
|A6||Bed Of Roses|
|B1||The Streets Of San Francisco|
|B2||What Ever Happened To Randolph Scott|
|B4||The Blackwood Bros.|
|B5||When My Blue Moon Turns To Gold Again|
|B6||Baptism Of Jesse Taylor|
- Marketed By – Phonogram
|MIP-1-9429||The Statler Brothers||Country Classics (LP, Album, Comp)||Mercury||MIP-1-9429||Canada||Unknown|
|6336 553||The Statler Brothers||Country Classics (LP, Album, Comp)||Mercury||6336 553||Canada||Unknown|
Features Song Lyrics for The Statler Brothers's 100 Country Classics album. The Statler Brothers - 100 Country Classics Album. Artist: The Statler Brothers. Send "The Statler Brothers" Ringtones to your Cell. Album: 100 Country Classics.
10th Anniversary is the twenty-first studio album by American country music group The Statler Brothers. It was released in 1980 via Mercury Records. The album peaked at number 13 on the Billboard Top Country Albums chart. Don't Forget Yourself" (Don Reid) – 2:51. The Kid's Last Fight" (Bob Merrill) – 3:18. How Are Things in Clay, Kentucky?" (D. Reid, Harold Reid) – 4:00. One Less Day To Go" (D. Reid, H. Reid) – 2:29. Nobody Wants To Be Country" (D. Reid) – 2:43.
Christmas Card is the nineteenth studio album and the first Christmas album by American country music group The Statler Brothers. It was released in 1978 via Mercury Records. The group's first Christmas album, it peaked at number 17 on the Billboard Top Country Albums chart. I Believe in Santa's Cause" (Lew DeWitt, Buddy Church) – 2:50. I'll Be Home for Christmas" (Walter Kent, Kim Gannon, Buck Ram) – 3:47. Jingle Bells" (Traditional, arr. by Phil Balsley, Lew DeWitt, Don Reid, Harold Reid) – 2:54.
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On 30 November 1985, the Statler Brothers climbed to the top of the country countdown for the fourth and last time, with 'Too Much On My Heart. That became a top three country hit, and by October the album had become their first and only LP to reach No. 1. ‘Too Much On My Heart’ was written by Jimmy Fortune, the musician from Virginia who had joined the line-up of the Statler Brothers in the early 1980s to replace Lew DeWitt. Fortune’s form as a songwriter was already inarguable, as he had penned the Statlers’ second and third country chart-toppers, ‘Elizabeth’ and ‘My Only Love. Just eight months after the latter reached the summit, ‘Too Much’ became the group’s second No. 1 of 1985.