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Essential Ronnie Milsap album for sale by Ronnie Milsap was released Aug 01, 2006 on the RLG label. To get an idea of exactly how many Ronnie Milsap collections are on the market, just turn to the back page of the booklet for RCA/Legacy's 2006 double-disc set The Essential Ronnie Milsap, where it lists other Ronnie albums you might also enjoy. There are ten listed, all but one of them a compilation (that would be his very, very good 2006 comeback, My Life). Essential Ronnie Milsap CD music is a 2-disc set with 40 songs. ...See Full Description
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|1||Daydreams About Night Things See All 18 ||2:22|| $0.99|
|2||Smoky Mountain Rain See All 12 ||3:43|| $1.29|
|3||Pure Love See All 18 ||2:21|| $0.99|
|4||That Girl Who Waits on Tables See All 5 ||2:57|| $0.99|
|5||It Was Almost Like a Song See All 19 ||3:35|| $1.29|
|6|| See All 3 All Together Now Let's Fall Apart ||2:24|| $0.99|
|7||What Goes on When the Sun Goes Down See All 8 ||2:51|| $0.99|
|8||Don't You Ever Get Tired (of Hurting Me) See All 7||3:04|| $0.99|
|9||Stand by My Woman Man See All 2 ||2:56|| $0.99|
|10||I Hate You See All 6||2:47|| $0.99|
|11||Please Don't Tell Me ||2:43|| $0.99|
|12||There's No Getting Over Me See All 17 ||3:15|| $1.29|
|13||Legend In My Time See All 2 ||2:57|| $0.99|
|14||Only One Love In My Life See All 14 ||3:28|| $0.99|
|15||My Heart See All 10 ||2:39|| $0.99|
|16||Stranger Things Have Happened See All 6 ||3:10|| $0.99|
|17||Am I Losing You See All 9||3:37|| $0.99|
|18||Woman in Love See All 13||3:14|| $0.99|
|19||Just In Case See All 6 ||2:56|| $0.99|
|20||Back on My Mind Again See All 8 ||3:13|| $0.99|
|21||Let My Love Be Your Pillow See All 9 ||3:03|| $0.99|
|1||I Wouldn't Have Missed It for the World See All 16 ||3:34|| $1.29|
|2||Any Day Now See All 16 ||3:35|| $0.99|
|3||Stranger In My House See All 14 ||4:11|| $1.29|
|4||What a Differences You've Made in My Life||3:57|| $0.99|
|5||Lost in the Fifties Tonight (In the Still of the Night0 See All 15 ||4:17|| $1.29|
|6||Nobody Likes Sad Songs See All 8 ||4:04|| $0.99|
|7||Why Don't You Spend the Night See All 9 ||4:08|| $0.99|
|8||Let's Take the Long Way Around the World See All 10 ||3:25|| $0.99|
|9||Happy, Happy Birthday Baby See All 10||3:40|| $0.99|
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Essential Ronnie Milsap buy CD music Customer Reviews
this is a great collection . songs that will be lost forever soon. and the songs still stir the heart.
By russ8770 (Eugene , Oregon)
This is by far the best, most complete compilation of Ronnie Milsap songs that has ever been released. Now you can get a good collection of some of the best country songs ever without having to buy like 5 albums.
By luigiwalser (Lusby, MD)
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Essential Ronnie Milsap songs Product Details
|CD Universe Part number||7058054|
|Release Date||Aug 01, 2006|
|Recording Time||140 minutes|
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Essential Ronnie Milsap buy CD music From the early 1980s onward, there's been no greater champion of traditional country-music values in the mainstream (and none more successful) than George Strait. Like a virtual Ramones of country, he's remained unshakeable in his devotion to a straightforward, no-frills aesthetic of which he's become the unquestioned standard-bearer. This populist stance has accordingly resounded with huge numbers of listeners; if you thought it was impressive when Alabama released a hits collection containing 40 Number One country hits, try Strait's 50 NUMBER ONES on for size.
In keeping with Strait's singular approach, the passage of time is difficult to notice here. From the wistful 1982 lost-love tale "Fool Hearted Memory" to the one new song, 2004's "I Hate Everything," Strait's amiable mix of honky-tonk, Western Swing, and bar-room ballads is remarkably consistent, providing the perfect framework for each sentiment just as comfortably as his warm, inviting voice serves the songs. Unlike many artists' best-of collections, there's no chronological peak beyond which the hits stop coming; 50 NUMBER ONES contains just as many latter-day smashes as early chart-toppers, a testament to the remarkable staying power and clarity of vision that make George Strait a star.
Liner Note Authors: George Strait; Michael McCall.
Photographers: Jarrett Gaza; Mark Tucker .
Essential Willie Nelson CDs (2003) Top Seller
Essential Ronnie Milsap CD music This CD commemorates Willie Nelson's 70th Birthday (April 30, 2003).
The catalog of Willie Nelson is so vast and rich that assembling an "essential" collection of only one or two discs seems nearly impossible. RCA's single-disc 1995 attempt was admirable and worthy, but doomed by space limitations. With a bit more room to move, Legacy's roomier two-disc collection is about close as anyone could hope to come. We get the full view of the great singer/songwriter's artistic journey.
"Hello Walls" and the evergreen "Crazy" hail from the days when Nelson was tooling around Nashville as a songwriter for hire but mystifyingly unable to connect as a solo artist. His transformation into a counterculture icon via the '70s "outlaw country" movement is marked by the likes of "Me and Paul" and "Bloody Mary Morning." His tremendous skill as in interpreter can be heard in such standards as "Blue Skies" and "Georgia on Mind," which helped make him a crossover success in the STARDUST era. Latter-day collaborations with everyone from Aerosmith ("One Time Too Many") to U2 ("Slow Dancing") show Willie's mercurial, eclectic nature. Add it all up and a portrait comes together of a man whose artistic vision has carried him across decades and stylistic shifts aplenty and seen him through in style.
Recorded between 1961 & 2002.
2cds-40 All Time Country Classics 1961-2002
Personnel includes: Willie Nelson, Waylon Jennings, Ray Charles, Johnny Cash, Kris Kristofferson, Emmylou Harris, Ray Price, Leann Womack, Julio Iglesias, Leon Russell, Merle Haggard, Aerosmith.
Producers include: Felton Jarvis, Arif Mardin, Willie Nelson, Waylon Jennings, Booker T. Jones.
Compilation producers: Nich Shaffman, Al Quaglieri.
Audio Mixers: Michael Brauer; Steven Berkowitz.
Recording information: ??/1961-12/2001.
These Days CDs (2006)
Essential Ronnie Milsap songs Not since Prince released the three-hour, three-CD set EMANCIPATION in 1996 or the Magnetic Fields took a similar number of discs for the sprawling 69 LOVE SONGS in 1999 has an artist attempted something as expansive as Vince Gill's THESE DAYS. A four-disc box set of all new material, nearly all of it Gill originals, THESE DAYS is possibly the widest-ranging country album of the modern era. The four discs are thematically and stylistically arranged. Disc one, WORKIN' ON A BIG CHILL, is a 1960s-flavored rock-and-roll album that recalls Bob Dylan's late '60s work with the Band and features Bonnie Bramlett's vocals on several songs. Disc two, THE REASON WHY, is a modern pop record in the style of Shania Twain's international releases, with several duet partners including Sheryl Crow and Leann Rimes. Disc three, SOME THINGS NEVER GET OLD, is straight honky-tonk in the Ray Price and Lefty Frizzell tradition. Finally, disc four, LITTLE BROTHER, is a strictly acoustic bluegrass and folk album that cuts Gill's writing and singing to its most elemental. Taken together, the four albums reveal Vince Gill to be one of modern country's most impressive performers.
Liner Note Author: Jay Orr.
Recording information: Blackbird "F", Nashville, TN; Blackbird Studio, Nashville, TN; Emerald Sound Studios, Nashville, TN; Masterfonics, Nashville, TN; OceanWay, Nashville, TN; Sound Kitchen, Nashville, TN.
Photographer: Señor McGuire.
Personnel: Vince Gill (baritone, acoustic guitar, electric guitar, 12-string guitar, resonator guitar, mandolin, background vocals); Vince Gill (vocals); Diana Krall (vocals, piano); Guy Clark, John Anderson, Rodney Crowell (vocals); Jeff White (tenor, acoustic guitar, background vocals); Sonya Issacs (tenor); Tom Britt (acoustic guitar, electric guitar, slide guitar, gut-string guitar); Billy Joe Walker, Jr., Steuart Smith (electric guitar); Paul Franklin (steel guitar, dobro); John Hughey, Buddy Emmons (steel guitar); Jerry Douglas (dobro); Rob McCoury, Charlie Cushman (banjo); Ronnie McCoury (mandolin); Stuart Duncan (fiddle); The Nashville String Machine (strings); Jim Hoke (harmonica); Mark Douthit (tenor saxophone); Doug Moffet (baritone saxophone); Mike Haynes (trumpet); Barry Green (trombone); Jim Horn (horns); Pete Wasner (piano, electric piano, Wurlitzer piano, Hammond b-3 organ, Wurlitzer organ, synthesizer); Eric Darken (vibraphone, tambourine, percussion, bells, chimes); Michael Rhodes (bass instrument, upright bass); Mike Bub (upright bass); Eddie Bayers, Billy Thomas (drums); William Owsley III, Gene Miller, Lisa Cochran (background vocals); Del McCoury (vocals, tenor, acoustic guitar); Bekka Bramlett (vocals, background vocals); Dan Tyminski, Emmylou Harris, Gretchen Wilson, Jenny Gill, LeAnn Rimes, Lee Ann Womack, Alison Krauss, Michael McDonald , Amy Grant, Patty Loveless, Phil Everly, Rebecca Lynn Howard, Trisha Yearwood, Sheryl Crow, Katrina Elam, Bonnie Raitt (vocals); Tom Bukovac (electric guitar); John Hobbs (piano, Fender Rhodes piano, Wurlitzer organ); Chad Cromwell (drums, tambourine); The Del McCoury Band.
Audio Mixers: Justin Niebank; Neal Cappellino.
50 Years of Hits CDs (2004) Top Seller
Essential Ronnie Milsap album for sale Even the title of the three-disc George Jones collection 50 YEARS OF HITS should be enough to tell you that the man being anthologized is one of the all-time giants of country music. A towering influence on all that followed him, not only in country but in rock and pop as well, Jones started out in the 1950s as a Hank Williams-influenced honky-tonk man who wasn't afraid of a little rockabilly either (the Hank influence is clearly audible on such early tracks as "Just One More"). By the '60s, he'd refined his approach, taking a bit from the jazz-inflected style of Lefty Frizzell and becoming a striking balladeer. "She Thinks I Still Care" and "Color of the Blues" stand as templates for how to sing a country ballad.
For most performers, that would have been enough, but Jones never stopped turning out heart-stopping performances. This is underscored by the presence of the mid-period mind-blower "He Stopped Loving Her Today," which reaches a superhuman level of pathos, and latter-day tracks such as the unstintingly bleak "The Cold Hard Truth," as well as the high-spirited, good-humored "Beer Run (B Double E Double Are You In?)." In case future generations want to know what country music was all about back in the 20th century, there should be a copy of 50 YEARS OF HITS placed in a time capsule.
Personnel: George Jones (vocals, guitar); Melba Montgomery (vocals); Garth Brooks, Alan Jackson, Merle Haggard, Randy Travis, Tammy Wynette, Waylon Jennings.
Liner Note Author: George Jones.
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Essential Ronnie Milsap CD music One of the most comprehensive Conway Twitty collections on the market, 2006's two-disc GOLD spans the country star's entire career, from his late-1950s rock-&-roll days to his final recordings in the early '90s. This impressive 40-track set acknowledges Twitty's short-lived stint as a rockabilly performer with its first four tunes, most notably the yearning "It's Only Make Believe," which finds the Mississippi-born singer pulling a very convincing Elvis impersonation. Though Twitty fell off the music radar for most of the '60s, he returned confidently in '68 (a good year for comebacks) as a country crooner with the lovelorn "Next in Line." It was smooth sailing from then on, as Twitty offered up a stunning streak of hits that lasted until just before his death in 1993. Among the many classics on GOLD are the aching "Hello Darlin'," the smoldering "After the Fire Is Gone" (one of Twitty's numerous duets with Loretta Lynn), and the lilting "I've Already Loved You in My Mind." For listeners seeking a thorough Twitty retrospective, the well-selected GOLD is ideal.
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Producers: Russ Reeder, Bob Webster, Gene Watson.
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