J. J. Barrie - No Charge album download
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Written-By – Harland Howard*
- Producer, Arranged By – Bill Amesbury
NotesStereo / Mono Radio Promo
Same track both sides.
|006 MFP 97 771||J. J. Barrie||Till You're Loving Me Again (7", Single)||Power Exchange Records & Tapes, Music For Pleasure||006 MFP 97 771||Germany||1976|
|MAGIC 100||J. J. Barrie||No Charge (7")||Magic Records||MAGIC 100||UK||Unknown|
|PX 209||J. J. Barrie||No Charge (7", Single, Pus)||Power Exchange Records & Tapes||PX 209||UK||1976|
|BDA 525||J. J. Barrie||No Charge (7", Single)||Buddah Records||BDA 525||US||1976|
|PX 209||J. J. Barrie||No Charge (7", Single, Sil)||Power Exchange Records & Tapes||PX 209||UK||1976|
J. Barrie (born Barry Authors, July 7, 1933) is a Canadian songwriter and singer. He is best known for his 1976 UK chart-topper, "No Charge". A former Blue Mink and Ocean manager, and ex-comedian, Barrie turned to songwriting and in early 1976 co-wrote "Where's The Reason" with Terry Britten for Glen Campbell.
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J. Barrie - No Charge. Genre: Pop, Folk, World, & Country. Singer: J. J. Barrie. Short-info: Label: Magic Records – MAGIC 100 Type: Vinyl, 7" Country: UK Date of released: 1976 Category: Pop, Folk, World, & Country Style: Country. Barrie - No Charge RAR archive MP3 format.
Barrie on WhoSampled. Discover all of this album's music connections, watch videos, listen to music, discuss and download. is a cover of. No Charge by Melba Montgomery (1974).
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On this page you can not listen to mp3 music free or download album or mp3 track to your PC, phone or tablet. All materials are provided for educational purposes. Pop music Folk, World, & Country music. Released at: This album was released on the label Power Exchange Records & Tapes (catalog number PX 209). This album was released in 1976 year.
from the album No Charge. I Love Him Because He's That Way". The song has been recorded by numerous other artists since its release by Montgomery In Canada the song is often associated with Tommy Hunter who performed the song on the CBC Television show. Fellow country singers Johnny Cash and Tammy Wynette recorded versions of the song in the 1970s.