Good Girl's Gonna Go Bad
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Caller – Billy Dittemore
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- Caller – Billy Dittemore
NotesSide A: Square Dance Called
Side B: Square Dance Instrumental
Your Good Girl's Gonna Go Bad is the debut studio album by American country music singer-songwriter Tammy Wynette. It was released on April 24, 1967, by Epic Records. The album peaked at No. 7 on Billboard's Country Albums chart. The album's first single, "Apartment was released on October 19, 1966, in advance of the album, and peaked at No. 44 on Billboard's Country Singles chart
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Artists Tammy Wynette Your Good Girl's Gonna Go Bad. Your Good Girl's Gonna Go Bad Tammy Wynette. Your Good Girl's Gonna Go Bad. 1967. This album has an average beat per minute of 106 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 77/187 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Tracklist Your Good Girl's Gonna Go Bad.
Tammy Wynette's 1967 debut album is still one of her best. Having secured the services of countrypolitan producer Billy Sherrill and an Epic contract in 1966, she cut her first single, "Apartment No. 9," and first big hit, "Your Good Girl's Gonna Go Bad," both of which are included here. And while some of the other material here doesn't quite match the quality of those gems, the album still contains enough solid sides, like "Walk Through This World With Me" and "Send Me No Roses," to ensure its essential status.
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Your Good Girl's Gonna Go Bad. This song is by Lynn Anderson and appears on the album Songs That Made Country Girls Famous (1969). This song is a cover of "Your Good Girl's Gonna Go Bad" by Tammy Wynette
Good Girl Gone Bad is the third studio album by Barbadian R&B singer Rihanna, released May 30, 2007, on Def Jam Recordings. Conception and recording. Following her second studio album, A Girl Like Me (2006), Rihanna started working with songwriters and producers early in 2007. Rihanna spent the week of the 2007 Grammy Awards with singer, songwriter and Def Jam label mate Ne-Yo for the follow-up album. He had co-written her ballad-driven "Unfaithful", and she had vocal lessons with him for the new album