Mel McDaniel - Take Me To The Country album flac
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|A||Take Me To The Country
Written-By – Singleton*, Larry Rogers, Scaife*
|B||Ten Years, Three Kids And Two Loves Too Late
Written-By – Jim McBride, Roger Murrah
- Producer [Produced By] – Larry Rogers
|B-5095||Mel McDaniel||Take Me To The Country (7", Single)||Capitol Records||B-5095||US||1982|
|P-B-5095||Mel McDaniel||Take Me To The Country (7", Single, Promo)||Capitol Records||P-B-5095||US||1982|
Mel McDaniel's chart-making years were mainly the 1980s with his hits from that era including "Louisiana Saturday Night", "Big Ole Brew", "Stand Up", th. .
Melvin Huston "Mel" McDaniel (September 6, 1942 – March 31, 2011) was an American country music artist
The Country Music Association Awards introduced a new award, Music Video of the Year. The first recipient was Hank Williams J. s video for "All My Rowdy Friends Are Coming Over Tonight. Take Me Home Mississippi. Kingsbury, Paul, Vinyl Hayride: Country Music Album Covers 1947–1989, Country Music Foundation, 2003.
Baby's Got Her Blue Jeans On. Прослушать Скачать 02:21. Louisiana Saturday Night Live. Прослушать Скачать 02:24. Louisiana Saturday Night. Прослушать Скачать 02:15. Прослушать Скачать 03:07. Do You Want To Say Goodbye. Прослушать Скачать 02:06. Mel McDaniel & Oklahoma Wind. Take Me to the Country Live. Прослушать Скачать 03:25.
Veja as letras de Mel McDaniel e ouça "Louisiana Saturday Night", "Hello Daddy Good Morning Darling", "Anger And Tears", "Big Time" e muito mais músicas! . Ouvir Mel McDaniel . Virar fã. exibições . 94. Enviar: Letras Álbuns Fotos. Take Me To The Country. Takin' My Dreams Out On You. Ten Years Three Kids Two Loves Too Late. They'll Never Take Her Love From Me. Waiting For a Train (all Around The Watertank). Walk That Way. We've Got a Good Love Going On. Whatever Gets You Through The Night.
Mel McDaniel - Take Me To The Country. Mel McDaniel - Dim The Lights (and Pour The Wine). Mel McDaniel - Thank You Nadine. Mel McDaniel - Preaching Up a Storm. Mel McDaniel - Right In The Palm Of Your Hand. Mel McDaniel - Hot Time In Old Town Tonight. Mel McDaniel - They'll Never Take Her Love From Me. Mel McDaniel - Cheatin's Only Cheatin'. Mel McDaniel - Grandest Lady Of Them All. Mel McDaniel - Some Folks Are Dying To Live Like This. Mel McDaniel - Soul Of a Honky Tonk Woman.
Mel McDaniel - Deezer üzerinden Mel McDaniel dinle. Deezer'daki müzik yayınlarıyla 53 milyondan fazla şarkıyı keşfedebilir, kendi çalma listelerini oluşturabilir ve en sevdiğin şarkıları arkadaşlarınla paylaşabilirsin. Karaoke: Sing Like Mel McDaniel - Singing to the Hits. 02. Baby's Got Her Blue Jeans On (Karaoke Version). 03. Stand Up. Mel McDaniel. 04. Stand Up (Karaoke Version). 05. Let It Roll (Let It Rock). 06. Let It Roll (Let It Rock) (Karaoke Version). A Little More Country (Album Version).
Melvin Huston Mel McDaniel was born September 6, 1942 in Checotah, Oklahoma and passed away March 31, 2011 in Nashville, Tennessee of lung cancer. He was the son of Olan. He was the son of Olan McDaniel. Mel married his high-school sweetheart on June 10, 1961 but they later divorced. He had one daughter, Danielle. Mel lived in Nashville for forty years. He learned to play the trumpet in 4th grade and also learned to play the guitar. Mel had been a member of the Grand Ole Opry since January 11, 1986. On June 16, 2009 he suffered a heart attack and was diagnosed with lung cancer on February 19, 2011. Mel’s big hit was Baby’s Got Her Blue Jeans On, for which he will always be remembered. Take Me To The Country and Other Chart Toppers.
Mel McDaniel decided on a career in music at age 14, after seeing Elvis Presley on television. After establishing himself in the bars and clubs of his hometown of Tulsa, Oklahoma, McDaniel briefly lande. ead Full Biography.
Features Song Lyrics for Mel McDaniel's Contemporary Country: The Mid-'80s album. Baby's Got Her Blue Jeans On Lyrics. Mel McDaniel Lyrics provided by SongLyrics. Lyricapsule: The Surfaris Drop ‘Wipe Out’; June 22, 1963. RIFF’d: Nas’ ‘Nasir’. Lyricapsule: The Byrds Drop ‘Mr. Tambourine Man’; June 21, 1965.