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Essential Charley Pride album for sale by Charley Pride was released May 30, 2006 on the RCA label. RCA/Legacy's 2006 release The Essential Charley Pride is a repackaged reissue of BMG Heritage's 2003 compilation Anthology, containing a different title and cover art, but bearing the same 40 tracks and annotation. Essential Charley Pride songs There have been plenty of Charley Pride collections issued throughout the years, but none have been better than BMG Heritage's 2003 double-disc set Anthology. Over the course of two discs and 40 tracks, the compilation spans his two decades with RCA, from his first single "Before I Met You" in 1966 to 1985's "Down on the Farm." Between those two songs are all of his biggest hits -- "Just Between You and Me," "The Easy Part's Over," "(I'm So) Afraid of Losing You Again," "All I Have to Offer You Is Me," "Kaw-Liga," "I Can't Believe That You've Stopped Loving Me," "Is Anybody Goin' to San Antone," "Kiss An Angel Good Mornin'," "It's Gonna Take a Little Bit Longer," "She's Too Good to Be True," "A Shoulder to Cry On," "Mississippi Cotton Picking Delta Town," and "Where Do I Put Her Memory," among them. Essential Charley Pride CD music is a 2-disc set with 40 songs. ...See Full Description
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||Good old Charley|
Charley Pride has probably one of the best voices of male country singers. He has recorded many songs that has become hits.
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i have been a charley pride fan for very long time. there was a album that charley pride had out in 1972 or 1973.
By keith grobe (pine island mn)
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||THE SONGS ARE THE BEST.|
I have the record album of Charley Pride with these songs on them and it is dang near worn out. He is a great singer and I love his voice.
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Essential Charley Pride songs Product Details
|CD Universe Part number||7058053|
|Release Date||May 30, 2006|
|Producer||Chet Atkins; Felton Jarvis; Jack Clement; Norro Wilson; Blake Mevis; Jerry Bradley; Bob Ferguson; Charley Pride; Rob Santos (Compilation); Gretchen Brennison (Compilation)|
|Recording Time||112 minutes|
|Personnel||Jordanaires - vocals|
Nashville Horn Works - horns
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Recorded between 1961 & 2002.
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Photographers: Don Hunstein; Urve Kuusik; Sandy Speiser; Marvin Koner.
Arranger: Johnny Cash.
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Essential Charley Pride album for sale Recorded between 1975 and 1989. Includes liner notes by Robyn Flans.
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Essential Charley Pride CD music Columbia/Legacy's THE ESSENTIAL MARTY ROBBINS surveys the crooner's '50s/'60s heyday, including the aforementioned song and his beloved forays into gritty Western territory, most notably the runaway hit "El Paso," a classic gun-slinging tale of ill-fated romance, and "Big Iron," a suspenseful recounting of an impending showdown. The collection follows Robbins through the '70s and into the early '80s, his smooth, clear vocals always at the fore. Although it shares many tracks with the similarly titled THE ESSENTIAL MARTY ROBBINS: 1951-1982, this two-disc compilation focuses more on Robbins's later years (including his posthumous hit--the lush, sweeping "Honkytonk Man"). Those looking for the most even-handed overview of Robbins's career will find it here.
One of the most versatile artists in country-music history, Marty Robbins covered a wide range of styles over his three decades of recording. Robbins's earliest 1950s singles veered from pop to rockabilly to straight-up country, building up momentum that truly kicked in with 1957's breezy "A White Sport Coat (And a Pink Carnation)." This country/pop crossover hit marked one of Robbins's first outings with arranger Ray Conniff, a collaboration that would yield numerous successful singles.
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Essential Charley Pride buy CD music This extensive best-of illustrates both the breadth of Merle Haggard's songwriting and his ability to unerringly hit a nerve with the American public. Blue-collar songs, drinking songs, outlaw songs, and prison songs are all well-represented here. Barroom songs like "I Think I'll Just Stay Here and Drink," well-known redneck anthems like "The Fightin' Side of Me" and "Okie From Muskogee," and hard-edged yet deeply felt songs like "If We Make It Through December" and "It's Not Love (But It's Not Bad)" illustrate Haggard's identification with his hardscrabble roots and his facility with a lyric. There's also the bonus inclusion of duets with George Jones and Willie Nelson on "Yesterday's Wine" and "Pancho and Lefty," respectively. 40 #1 HITS is an enlightening overview of the most successful work of one of country music's great treasures.
Includes liner notes by Nancy Henderson.
Liner Note Author: Nancy Henderson.
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Out of the Ashes CD (2006)
Essential Charley Pride songs Jessi Colter's first solo album since 1984, 2006's OUT OF THE ASHES, is the sort of album for which roots fans would (and did) happily wait 20-plus years. Blues, gospel, and pop, along with both Nashville countrypolitan and the outlaw country that Colter is usually associated with--they all crop up here, and the ragged, booming production by Don Was gives the album a vital, energetic feel. Everything from the bluesy groove of "You Can Pick 'Em" to the duet between Colter and her late husband Waylon Jennings on "Out of the Rain" to the slinky take on Dylan's "Rainy Day Woman #12 & 35" is marvelous, and it all strongly suggests that Colter is on the cusp of getting the long overdue recognition she deserves.
Recording information: CarBarn, Franklin, TN; Cartee 3 Studios, Nashville, TN; Cartee Day Studios, Nashville, TN; Jessi's Home, Chandler, AZ; Late Cartee 3 Studios, Nashville, TN; Starstruck, Nashville, TN.
Photographer: James Minchin.
Arranger: Jessi Colter.
Personnel: Jessi Colter (piano, Wurlitzer organ); Jessi Colter; Ray Herndon (vocals, guitar); Reggie Young (electric guitar); Robby Turner (dobro); Jenny Lynn Young (cello); Kurt Johnson (harmonica); Jim Horn (saxophone); Ray Kennedy (organ, Wurlitzer organ, percussion); Barny Robertson (keyboards, drums); Don Was (upright bass); Ritchie Albright (drums, percussion); Jeff Hale (drums); Joanna Robertson, Carter Robertson (background vocals); Tony Joe White, Waylon Jennings (vocals, guitar); Shooter Jennings (vocals, drums).
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