Melba Montgomery - Country Girl album flac
- Album: Country Girl
- FLAC: 1567 mb | MP3: 1810 mb
- Released: 1966
- Rating: 4.2/5
- Votes: 471
- Format: AAC AU VQF AUD DTS FLAC ASF
|A2||He Stayed Away (Long As He Could}||2:21|
|A3||I'll Give A Lot Of Lovin' To You||2:23|
|A4||He's Out With Her Somewhere||2:33|
|A5||Don't Let Me Wake Up Lonely||2:27|
|A6||My Man Happy||2:27|
|B1||Nobody But You||2:19|
|B2||The Day I Doubted You||2:21|
|B3||My Room Is Like A River||2:29|
|B4||There's No Need To Do It||2:32|
|B5||Love Is Where The Heart Is||2:30|
|B6||Big Tears Are Comin'||2:05|
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout: MM 2074 A
- Matrix / Runout: MM 2074 B
Features Song Lyrics for Melba Montgomery's My Country Girl album.
Melba Montgomery: все альбомы, включая Melba Montgomery: Studio 102 Essentials, Things That Keep You Going, I Still Care и другие.
From the 1974 album "No Charge " kind of a take on Dolly's coat of many colors. Nice tune just the same
Melba Montgomery: все альбомы, включая Golden Moments, America's N. ne Country and Western Girl Singer, Do You Know Where Your Man Is и другие.
Bluegrass Traditional Bluegrass Traditional Country. Biography by Jason Ankeny. Duet partner of George Jones and Charlie Louvin, and '70s solo star.
Melba Montgomery (born October 14, 1938) is an American country music singer. She is best known for her duet recordings in the 1960s with country music star George Jones and later Charlie Louvin. In the 1970s, Montgomery was a successful solo artist in her own right. Her best-known solo hit is the No. 1 hit, "No Charge". Montgomery was born into a musical family on October 14, 1938, in Iron City, Tennessee, and raised in Florence, Alabama
Written-By – M. Montgomery. B1. The Mood I'm In. Written-By – C. Montgomery, M. B2. The Blues Are Closing In. B6. Blues No One Can Describe. Written-By – M. Cover – Norman Art Studio. Design – Norman Art Studio, Chicago.
The discography of American country artist Melba Montgomery contains twenty nine studio albums, eleven compilation albums, sixty two singles, one charting B-side and five other appearances. Signing with United Artists Records in 1962, she recorded with George Jones on the self-penned "We Must Have Been Out of Our Minds". It reached the top three of the Billboard Hot Country Singles chart. The pair's follow-up "Let's Invite Them Over" reached the top twenty, as did its B-side.
Album · 1993 · 22 Songs. We Must Have Been Out of Our Minds. 9. Another Bridge to Burn. 10. Think I'll Go Somewhere (And Cry Myself to Sleep). 11. Today You Stopped Loving Me. Melba Montgomery.