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Gene Pitney And Melba Montgomery - Baby Ain't That Fine album flac

  • Performer: Gene Pitney
  • Album: Baby Ain't That Fine
  • FLAC: 1722 mb | MP3: 1698 mb
  • Released: 1965
  • Country: US
  • Style: Country
  • Rating: 4.1/5
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Gene Pitney And Melba Montgomery - Baby Ain't That Fine album flac

Tracklist

A Baby Ain't That Fine 2:24
B Everybody Knows But You And Me 2:25

Notes

White label, black text. "Not For Sale"

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
MU 1135 Gene Pitney And Melba Montgomery Gene Pitney And Melba Montgomery - Baby Ain't That Fine ‎(7") Musicor Records MU 1135 US 1965
MU 4-1135 Gene Pitney And Melba Montgomery Gene Pitney And Melba Montgomery - Baby Ain't That Fine ‎(7", Single) Columbia MU 4-1135 Canada 1965
1.989 Gene Pitney And Melba Montgomery Gene Pitney And Melba Montgomery - Baby Ain't That Fine ‎(7") CBS 1.989 Netherlands 1965

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Mais acessadas de Gene Pitney. Playlists Relacionadas. Mais acessadas de Gene Pitney. Abrir mais playlists →. Baby Ain't That Fine (with Gene Pitney & Melba Montgomery ). Gene Pitney. I'm gonna be your baby and I'm gonna be your guy We're gonna cook some lovin' it's gonna sizzle and fry Baby ain't that fine baby ain't that fine. I'm gonna give you lovin' and I'll say take your time We'll be rockin' and swingin' higher than a Georgia pine Baby ain't that fine baby ain't that fine  . Gene Pitney - Simply Divine (with George Jones & Melba Montgomery ). Gene Pitney - Half Heaven, Half Heartache. Gene Pitney - If I Were.

Single by Melba Montgomery and Gene Pitney. from the album Being Together. Everybody Knows But You". Baby Ain't That Fine" was recorded in October 1965 in Nashville, Tennessee, United States. The session was produced by Pappy Daily. It was the first recording session to take place between Montgomery and Pitney The song was issued as the duo's first single together in November 1965 via Musicor Records. The single peaked at number fifteen on the Billboard Magazine Hot Country Singles chart in early 1966

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Melba Montgomery 1963 - George Jones & Melba Montgomery - Whats In Our Heart 01 - Let's Invite Them Over. 06 - Don't Put An End To Me (Melba Montgomery). 07 - Baby Ain't That Fine. 08 - I'm Looking For The Man (Melba Montgomery). 09 - Lay Down Your Arms. 10 - Everybody Knew But You And M. p3. 12 - June Is As Cold As December.

Melba Montgomery - We Must Have Been Out of Our Minds. George Jones & Melba Montgomery, House of Gold. Charlie Louvin & Melba Montgomery Something To Brag About. However, in 1966, Montgomery was partnered with Gene Pitney for a duet album, Being Together, which spawned a top 15 hit, "Baby, Ain't That Fine". 1973 – 1980: Solo career. In 1973, Montgomery switched to Elektra Records, where she focused more on a solo career.

Gene Pitney & Melba Montgomery - Baby Ain't That Fine (2:34). 8. Melba Montgomery - I'm Looking For The Man (Melba Solo) (2:13). 9. Gene Pitney & Melba Montgomery - Lay Down Your Arms (2:12). 10. Gene Pitney & Melba Montgomery - Everybody Knew But You And Me (2:29). 11. Gene Pitney & Melba Montgomery - King And Queen (2:36). 12. Gene Pitney - June Is As Cold As December (2:48). 13. Gene Pitney & Melba Montgomery - For Me This Is Happy (2:26). 14. Gene Pitney & Melba Montgomery - I'm Gonna Listen To Me (2:14)

1964 studio album by George Jones, Melba Montgomery. Bluegrass Hootenanny. Bluegrass Hootenanny was the second duet album by Jones and Montgomery, the first being the bluegrass-tinged What's In Our Heart. As the title implies, this second Jones/Montgomery collection brings this sound into focus, a departure of sorts for Jones, who was known primarily for his hardcore honky tonk sound and soulful ballad singing. The album features several bluegrass interpretations of classic country songs written by Bill Monroe, Lester Flatt, and Hank Williams. George Jones and Gene Pitney: For the First Time! Two Great Singers. George Jones and Gene Pitney (Recorded in Nashville!) It's Country Time Again! We Go Together. Baby Ain't That Fine". Something to Brag About".

Montgomery released a successful duet album with Gene Pitney in 1967, and then went even more hillbilly in the early seventies, pairing with legend Charlie Louvin for two fantastic duet albums in 1971, the first of which produced a top twenty hit with Something to Brag About. A switch to Elektra records in 1973 would lay the groundwork for her biggest success, and it would come without a duet partner. Montgomery is quite an accomplished songwriter, but her biggest hit came from the pen of Harlan Howard  . Let’s Invite Them Over (with George Jones), 1963. Baby Ain’t That Fine (with Gene Pitney), 1965. Something to Brag About (with Charlie Louvin), 1970.