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Melba Montgomery - America's No. One Country And Western Girl Singer album download

Performer:

Melba Montgomery

Title:

America's No. One Country And Western Girl Singer

Genre:

Country and World

MP3 album size:

1813 mb

Other music formats:

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Rating:

4.7 ✱

Style:

Country

Country:

US

Melba Montgomery - America's No. One Country And Western Girl Singer album download

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A1 Big Big Heartaches
Written-By – C. Montgomery*, M. Montgomery*
2:17
A2 I've Come A Long Way From Goodbye
Written-By – C. Montgomery*, M. Montgomery*
2:12
A3 It's Not The Same
Written-By – M. Montgomery*
2:25
A4 Don't Make Me Change
Written-By – M. Montgomery*
2:27
A5 I'm Never Gonna Be The Same
Written-By – C. Montgomery*, M. Montgomery*
2:05
A6 Before She Changed Your Mind
Written-By – M. Montgomery*
2:46
B1 The Mood I'm In
Written-By – C. Montgomery*, M. Montgomery*
2:27
B2 Blues Are Closing In
Written-By – M. Montgomery*
2:20
B3 We Reopened An Old Love
Written-By – E. Montgomery*, M. Montgomery*
2:14
B4 Don't Make Me Build Another Wall
Written-By – C. Montgomery*, M. Montgomery*
2:31
B5 Listen Arms
Written-By – E. Montgomery*, M. Montgomery*
2:41
B6 Blues No One Can Describe
Written-By – M. Montgomery*
2:25

Companies, etc.

  • Manufactured By – Capitol Records, Inc.

Notes

Capitol Record club edition.

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
UAS 6341 Melba Montgomery America's No. One Country And Western Girl Singer ‎(LP, Album) United Artists Records UAS 6341 US 1963
UAL 3341 Melba Montgomery America's No. One Country And Western Girl Singer ‎(LP, Album, Mono) United Artists Records UAL 3341 Canada 1963
UAL 3341 Melba Montgomery America's No. One Country And Western Girl Singer ‎(LP, Album, Mono) United Artists Records UAL 3341 US 1963
ST 91066 Melba Montgomery America's No. One Country And Western Girl Singer ‎(LP, Album, Club) United Artists Records ST 91066 US 1963

Discography of Melba Montgomery. Studio 102 Essentials. Melba Montgomery (Vinyl). Baby You've Got What It Takes (Feat.

of the country singles chart and Montgomery released two more albums on the Elektra label. Her second self-titled studio album was released in 1977 via United Artists Records, which included a cover of "Angel of the Morning". In 1982, Montgomery released I Still Care, an album of cover songs. Her 1986 single "Straight Talkin'" became her final. Billboard chart appearance, reaching the top-seventy that year. After a several-year hiatus, Montgomery released the studio album Do You Know Where Your Man Is on Playback Records in 1992. America's No. One Country and Western Girl Singer. Released: February 1964. Label: United Artists.

Learn about Melba Montgomery: her birthday, what she did before fame, her family life, fun trivia facts, popularity rankings, and more. American country music singer who recorded duets with fellow country singer, George Jones, as well as having a successful solo career. She started playing guitar when she was ten years old and won an amateur talent contest at the Nashville radio station WSM's Studio C ten years later. She released solo music, including her hit song, "No Charge," in the 1970s. Her father was a fiddler and guitarist who taught her how to play instruments. Her brother was also a musician.

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Country Music Singer-Songwriter. Best known for song "Stand By Your Man" and George Jones - Country Music Singer. Melba Montgomery - King Of Kings. Vince Gill - No Future In The Past. Classic Country & Western Music Collection (playlist).

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Not just the first black country singer, the first ever country musician. With talent matched only by his resiliency and character, Pride rose to fame at the height of racial tension in America and eventually earned 39 No. 1 singles, selling over 70 million albums. The only artist to outsell Pride for RCA was Elvis Presley. What makes Pride such a huge influence on country music is the way he changed perceptions of what it meant to be "country.

Her first two studio albums at Mercury (1970 - 1971) were produced by Jim Fragale and in 1975 she was signed at Buddah Records for her next four albums (1975 - 1977, produced by Eugene McDaniels, Van McCoy and Charles Kipps, McFadden & Whitehead), then she moved to Epic for three albums (1978 - 1980, produced by McFadden & Whitehead, Bruce Hawes, Victor Carstarphen, Pete Belotte.

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