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Don Williams - Volume One album flac

  • Performer: Don Williams
  • Album: Volume One
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  • Country: US
  • Style: Country
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Don Williams  - Volume One album flac

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 Come Early Morning
Written-By – Bob McDill
3:08
A2 Too Late To Turn Back Now
Written-By – Allen Reynolds, Don Williams
2:03
A3 Endless Sleep
Written-By – Dolores Nance, Jody Reynolds
2:11
A4 The Shelter Of Your Eyes
Written-By – Don Williams
2:58
A5 I Recall A Gypsy Woman
Written-By – Allen Reynolds, Bob McDill
3:20
B1 No Use Running 2:38
B2 How Much Time Does It Take
Written-By – Don Williams
2:32
B3 My Woman's Love
Written-By – Don Williams
3:13
B4 Don't You Believe
Written-By – Don Williams
2:39
B5 Amanda
Written-By – Bob McDill
3:08

Credits

  • Bass – Joe Allen
  • Drums – Kenny Malone
  • Electric Guitar – Jimmy Colvard, Reggie Young
  • Fiddle – Buddy Spicher
  • Organ – Chuck Cochran
  • Piano – Bobby Wood, Chuck Cochran
  • Rhythm Guitar – Chip Young, Don Williams , Jimmy Colvard
  • Steel Guitar – Lloyd Green
  • Trumpet – Don Sheffield

Notes

Liner notes by Bobby Bare

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
JMI 4004 Don Williams Volume One ‎(LP, Album) JMI Records JMI 4004 US 1973
DOSD-2014 Don Williams Volume One ‎(LP, Album) ABC Records DOSD-2014 US 1973
JMI 8310-2014 H Don Williams Volume One ‎(8-Trk, Album) JMI Records JMI 8310-2014 H US 1973
DOSD-2014 Don Williams Volume One ‎(LP, Album, RE) ABC DOT DOSD-2014 US 1974
ABCL 5153 Don Williams Volume One ‎(LP, Album) ABC Records ABCL 5153 UK 1974

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 Come Early Morning
Written-By – Bob McDill
3:08
A2 Too Late To Turn Back Now
Written-By – Allen Reynolds, Don Williams
2:03
A3 Endless Sleep
Written-By – Dolores Nance, Jody Reynolds
2:11
A4 The Shelter Of Your Eyes
Written-By – Don Williams
2:58
A5 I Recall A Gipsy Woman
Written-By – Allen Reynolds, Bob McDill
3:20
B1 No Use Running 2:38
B2 How Much Time Does It Take
Written-By – Don Williams
2:32
B3 My Woman's Love
Written-By – Don Williams
3:13
B4 Don't You Believe
Written-By – Don Williams
2:39
B5 Amanda
Written-By – Bob McDill
3:08

Credits

  • Bass – Joe Allen
  • Drums – Kenny Malone
  • Electric Guitar – Jimmy Colvard, Reggie Young
  • Fiddle – Buddy Spicher
  • Organ – Chuck Cochran
  • Piano – Bobby Wood, Chuck Cochran
  • Rhythm Guitar – Chip Young, Don Williams , Jimmy Colvard
  • Steel Guitar – Lloyd Green
  • Trumpet – Don Sheffield

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
JMI 4004 Don Williams Volume One ‎(LP, Album) JMI Records JMI 4004 US 1973
DOSD-2014 Don Williams Volume One ‎(LP, Album) ABC Records DOSD-2014 US 1973
JMI 8310-2014 H Don Williams Volume One ‎(8-Trk, Album) JMI Records JMI 8310-2014 H US 1973
DOSD-2014 Don Williams Volume One ‎(LP, Album, RE) ABC DOT DOSD-2014 US 1974
MCA 37230 Don Williams Volume One ‎(LP, Album, RE) MCA Records MCA 37230 US Unknown


Don Williams concert 1978 The Shelter of Your Eyes,Come Early Morning,Atta Way to Go,Some Broken Hearts Never Mend,Amanda,You're my Best Friend,I Recall . .

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Don WILLIAMS Volume One/Volume Two CD. Track Listings. and I think im not lacking too many. hes from near where I live in texas, since he was born in Floydada and I live near Lubbock. so I go see his show everytime hes here

Amanda" is a 1973 song written by Bob McDill and recorded by both Don Williams (1973) and Waylon Jennings (1974). Amanda" was Waylon Jennings's eighth solo number one on the country chart. The single stayed at number one for three weeks on the Billboard Hot Country Singles chart. As recorded by Jennings, "Amanda" had been a track on his 1974 album The Ramblin' Man, but was not released as a single at that time; two other tracks, "I'm a Ramblin' Man" and "Rainy Day Woman," were.

The result was the album Don Williams Volume One (1973), which contained one of his most praised tracks, Amanda, described by the music historian Bill Malone as combining the flavour of old-time country music with a middle-of-the-road approach. Two more albums followed before I Wouldn’t Want to Live If You Didn’t Love Me gave Williams his first country No 1 hit single in 1974. As with most of his later hits, he did not compose this himself. The songwriter was Al Turney, who had pitched the song while serving Williams at a petrol station.

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