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

Interprète:

Melba Montgomery

Titre:

America's No. One Country And Western Girl Singer

Genre:

Country

Taille de l'album MP3:

2880 mb

Taille de l'album FLAC:

2821 mb

Label:

United Artists Records

Classement:

4.6

Style:

Country

Pays:

US

Date de publication:

1963

Catalogue:

UAL 3341

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

Tracklist

1The Blues Are Closing In
Written-By – C. Montgomery, M. Montgomery
2Listen Arms
Written-By – E. Montgomery, M. Montgomery
3We Re-opened An Old Love
Written-By – E. Montgomery, M. Montgomery
4Big Big Heartaches
Written-By – C. Montgomery, M. Montgomery
5Don't Make Me Build Another Wall
Written-By – C. Montgomery, M. Montgomery
6Before She Changed Your Mind
Written-By – M. Montgomery
7The Mood I'm In
Written-By – C. Montgomery, M. Montgomery
8It's Not The Same
Written-By – M. Montgomery
9I've Come A Long Way From Goodbye
Written-By – C. Montgomery, M. Montgomery
10I'm Never Gonna Be The Same
Written-By – C. Montgomery, M. Montgomery
11Don't Make Me Change
Written-By – M. Montgomery
12Blues No One Can Describe
Written-By – M. Montgomery

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
UAS 6341Melba Montgomery America's No. One Country And Western Girl Singer ‎(LP, Album)United Artists RecordsUAS 6341US1963
UAL 3341Melba Montgomery America's No. One Country And Western Girl Singer ‎(LP, Album, Mono)United Artists RecordsUAL 3341Canada1963
T 91066Melba Montgomery America's No. One Country And Western Girl Singer ‎(LP, Album, Mono, Club)United Artists RecordsT 91066USUnknown
ST 91066Melba Montgomery America's No. One Country And Western Girl Singer ‎(LP, Album, Club)United Artists RecordsST 91066US1963

Crédits

  • Design [Cover]Norman Art Studio, Chicago
  • Liner NotesBob Rolontz
  • ProducerPappy Daily

Notes

High Fidelity

Album

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