Marie Osmond With Paul Davis - You're Still New To Me album download
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- Published By – Writers Group Music
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- Published By – Web IV Music
- Manufactured By – Capitol Records, Inc.
- Record Company – Capitol Industries-EMI
- Pressed By – Specialty Records Corporation
- Mastered At – Georgetown Masters
- Lacquer Cut At – Sheffield Lab Matrix – △13555
- Mastered By – Denny*
- Producer – Paul Worley
- Written By – P. Overstreet-P. Davis
NotesPromo version (from the forthcoming LP "I ONLY WANTED YOU" ST-12516)
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Same track pressed to both sides.
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- Matrix / Runout (Labels): 82471
- Matrix / Runout (Runout Etchings (Both Sides)): △13555 R-16228-Z2 0- SRC S-45-B-1-5613-82471 Z-2 denny/Georgetown 1-2 SPAR
|B-5613||Marie Osmond With Paul Davis||Marie Osmond With Paul Davis - You're Still New To Me (7", Single)||Capitol Records||B-5613||US||1986|
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After one more album on the Bang label, Davis signed with Arista Records in 1981 and scored two more hits, "Cool Night" (which in February 1982 reached on the Hot 100 and on the Adult Contemporary chart) and "'65 Love Affair" (a Top 10 hit on both charts). His Arista debut album spawned a third hit with a remake of "Love or Let Me Be Lonely". The first was in 1986 with Marie Osmond singing "You're Still New to Me"; while the second, in 1988, was a collaboration with Tanya Tucker and Paul Overstreet singing "I Won't Take Less Than Your Love". Davis also wrote "Meet Me in Montana", which his friend Dan Seals and Osmond took to on the Billboard country chart in 1985, and "Bop", a solo country hit for Seals in early 1986. Davis recorded a duet with Marsha Morgan called "Looking for a Light" which was well received regionally in the southeast.
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Paul Lavon Davis was born in Meridian, Mississippi on April 21, 1948. Davis grew up with a strong interest in music, and began playing in local bands like the Six Soul Survivors and the Endless Chain when he was in his teens. In 1968, Davis' gifts as a tunesmith earned him a gig as a staff songwriter with Mississippi's Malaco Records. However, despite its success, Cool Night proved to be Davis' last album; he popped up on the country charts in the mid- to late '80s, singing duets with Marie Osmond (1986's "You're Still New to Me") and Tanya Tucker (1988's "I Won't Take Less Than Your Love"), but after being shot during an attempted.
You're Still New to Me". "I Won't Take Less Than Your Love". The Best of Marie Osmond is greatest hits album from country music singer Marie Osmond. It was released September 1990 on Curb Records; the album features the biggest hits of Marie's country music career to date. Because MGM Records owned the rights to the original recording of "Paper Roses" it was not included on this album. Due to this she re-recorded it using the original producer and backup singers in the same Nashville studio as the 1973 version. Included on this album were two new songs titled "Think With Your Heart" and "Like a Hurricane".
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Song Requested by Dale Neer: "Meet Me in Montana" is a song written by Paul Davis, and recorded by Dan Seals and Marie Osmond. It was released in July 1985 as the lead-off single from Seals' album Won't Be Blue Anymore, and the second single from Osmond's 1985 album There's No Stopping Your Heart. Meet Me in Montana" reached No. 1 on the Billboard magazine Hot Country Singles chart for one week in October 1985. When performed live in concert since Seals's death in 2009, Osmond's brother Merrill Osmond usually serves as the duet partner. The song refers to two lovers who go their separate ways to pursue dreams; him, to be a country music star, and her to be a Hollywood actress.