Various - Urban Cowboy II (More Music From The Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) album flac
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|A1||–Johnny Lee||Rode Hard And Put Up Wet
Engineer – Deni King, Paul GruppProducer – John BoylanWritten-By – M. Chapman*
|A2||–The Charlie Daniels Band||Texas
Producer – Paul HornsbyWritten-By – C. Daniels*
|A3||–Mickey Gilley / Johnny Lee||Mamas Don't Let Your Babies Grow Up To Be Cowboys
Engineer – Dennis SandsProducer – Ralph BurnsWritten-By – E. Bruce*, P. Bruce*
|A4||–The Bayou City Beats||Cotton-Eyed Joe
Arranged By – R. HerridgeEngineer – Mike TaylorWritten-By – Traditional
|A5||–Mickey Gilley||Honky Tonk Wine
Engineer – Bert FrilotProducer – Becky ShargoWritten-By – M. Vickery*
|B1||–J.D. Souther*||The Moon Just Turned Blue
Engineer – Lee HerschbergProducer – J.D. Souther*Written-By – J.D. Souther*
|B2||–Mickey Gilley||Rockin' My Life Away
Producer – Becky ShargoWritten-By – M. Vickery*
|B3||–Mickey Gilley||Jukebox Argument
Engineer – Eric PrestidgeProducer – Jim Ed NormanWritten-By – G. Nicholson*
|B4||–The Charlie Daniels Band||Orange Blossom Special
Producer – John BoylanRecorded By [Live] – Paul GruppWritten-By – E. Rouse*
- Compiled By, Mixed By – Becky Shargo, John Boylan
- Engineer [Mastering] – Wally Traugott
- Engineer [Remix] – Paul Grupp
- Executive Producer [Album] – Howard Kaufman, Irving Azoff
NotesRemixed at Record Plant Studios, Los Angeles, California.
Matered at Capitol Studios, Hollywood, California
Track A1: Recorded at Westlake Audio and The Record Plant, Los Angeles, California
Track A2: Produced for Sir Charles Productions.
Recorded at Capricorn Studios, Macon, Georgia
Track A3: Recorded at Group IV Studios, Hollywood, California
Track A4, A5 and B2: Recorded at Gilley's Recording Studios, Pasadena, Texas
Track B1: Recorded at Warner Brothers Recording Studios, Burbank, California
Track B3: Produced for Him-Jen Productions. Recorded at Evergreen Recording Studios, Burbank, California
Track B4: Prodeced for Sir Charles Productions. Recorded live in Nashville, Tennessee
|SE 36921||Various||Urban Cowboy II (More Music From The Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) (LP, Album, Comp)||Full Moon||SE 36921||US||1980|
|PET 36921||Various||Urban Cowboy II (More Music From The Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) (Cass, Album, Comp)||Full Moon||PET 36921||US||1980|
|SE 36921||Various||Urban Cowboy II (More Music From The Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) (LP, Album, Comp, Promo)||Full Moon||SE 36921||US||1980|
|SE 36921||Various||Urban Cowboy II (More Music From The Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) (LP, Album, Comp)||Epic, Full Moon||SE 36921||Canada||1980|
|PE 36921||Various||Urban Cowboy II (More Music From The Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) (LP, Album, Comp)||Full Moon||PE 36921||US||1980|
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