» » Holly Dunn - The Blue Rose Of Texas

Holly Dunn - The Blue Rose Of Texas FLAC album

Holly Dunn from San Antonio, Texas.

Holly Dunn şarkıcısına ait albümleri ve diğer şarkıları da görebilir ve dinleyebilirsiniz.

Голубая роза (что либо недостижимое).

With this album, she achieved her first number 1 Billboard country single, "Are You Ever Gonna Love Me". Another major hit from the album was the number 4 track, "There Goes My Heart Again". Dolly Parton lends supporting vocals on her own "Most of All, Why," and Joe Diffie provides backing vocals on "There Goes My Heart Again. Dunn co-produced the album with her brother, Chris Waters. Holly Dunn – production. Mike Psanos – engineering, mixing. Chris Waters – production.

holly dunn the blue rose of texas, the blue rose of texas The Blue Rose of Texas is country music artist Holly Dunn's fourth album, and the first with the Warner Bros Records label With this album, she achieved her first number 1 Billboard country single, "Are You Ever Gonna Love Me" Another major hit from the album was the number 4. track, "There Goes My Heart Again" Dolly Parton lends supporting vocals on her own "Most of All, Why," and Joe Diffie provides backing vocals on "There Goes My Heart Again" Dunn co-produced the album with her brother, . .Across the Rio Grande. The Blue Rose of Texas.

The Blue Rose of Texas is the country music artist Holly Dunn's fourth album, and the first with the Warner Bros. A single from this album, "Are You Ever Gonna Love Me", was her first number 1 Billboard country single. Another major hit from the album was the fourth track, "There Goes My Heart Again". Dolly Parton provides supporting vocals on her own "Most of All, Why" and Joe Diffie provides backing vocals on "There Goes My Heart Again".

Holly Dunn chronology. Across the Rio Grande (1988). The Blue Rose of Texas (1989). Heart Full of Love (1990).

The Yellow Rose of Texas (song). The Yellow Rose of Texas" is a traditional American folk song dating back to at least the 1850s. Members of the Western Writers of America chose it as one of the Top 100 Western songs of all time. Several versions of the song have been recorded, including by Elvis Presley, Willie Nelson and Mitch Miller.

With her fourth album, The Blue Rose of Texas, and a new record label, Holly Dunn achieved her first number 1 Billboard country single with "Are You Ever Gonna Love Me". Another major hit from the album was the number 4 "There Goes My Heart Again". Dolly Parton lends supporting vocals on her own "Most of All, Why". Most of All, Why" (Dolly Parton) – 3:05.

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 Are You Ever Gonna Love Me
Written-By – Chris Waters, Holly Dunn, Tom Shapiro
2:38
A2 You're Still Keeping Me Up At Night
Written-By – Chris Waters, Holly Dunn, Tom Shapiro
3:32
A3 Most Of All, Why
Written-By – Dolly Parton
3:05
A4 Thunder And Lightnin'
Written-By – Val & Birdie, Vince Melamed
2:59
A5 No One Takes The Train Anymore
Written-By – Chris Waters
4:07
B1 The Blue Rose Of Texas
Written-By – Chris Waters, Holly Dunn, Tom Shapiro
2:43
B2 Sometime Today
Written-By – Chris Waters, Holly Dunn, Tom Shapiro
3:18
B3 There Goes My Heart Again
Written-By – Joe Diffie, Lonnie Wilson, Wayne Perry
2:42
B4 If I'd Never Loved You
Written-By – Holly Dunn
2:41
B5 There's No Heart So Strong
Written-By – Don Schlitz, Paul Overstreet
3:36

Companies, etc.

  • Duplicated By – Allied Record Company

Credits

  • Acoustic Guitar, Electric Guitar – Chris Leuzinger
  • Acoustic Guitar, Electric Guitar, Mandolin – Steve Gibson
  • Acoustic Guitar, Mandolin, Harmonica – Mark Casstevens
  • Art Direction [Design] – Laura LiPuma
  • Backing Vocals – Chris Waters, Curtis Young, Dennis Wilson , Dolly Parton, Holly Dunn, Joe Diffie, Lee Satterfield, Liana Young
  • Bass [Upright] – Roy Huskey Jr.
  • Drums – Eddie Bayers
  • Edited By [Audio File] – Ken Love
  • Electric Bass – Glenn Worf
  • Engineer [Assistant] – Gary Paczosa, Greg Parker, John David Parker
  • Engineer, Remix – Mike Psanos
  • Keyboards – Phil Naish
  • Management – Vector Management
  • Marimba – Farrell Morris
  • Mastered By – Hank Williams
  • Other [Hair Stylist] – Cheryl Riddle
  • Other [Make-Up] – Valorie Cole
  • Photography – Empire Studio
  • Producer – Chris Waters, Holly Dunn
  • Steel Guitar, Lap Steel Guitar, Dobro, Dobro [Pedal Dobro] – Paul Franklin
  • Violin – Rob Hajacos

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 0 7599-25939-4 6
  • Pressing Plant ID: AR

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
1-25939 Holly Dunn The Blue Rose Of Texas ‎(LP, Album) Warner Bros. Records 1-25939 US 1989
9 25939-2 Holly Dunn The Blue Rose Of Texas ‎(CD, Album) Warner Bros. Records 9 25939-2 US 1989
925 939-1 Holly Dunn The Blue Rose Of Texas ‎(LP, Album) Warner Bros. Records 925 939-1 Europe 1989
92 59394 Holly Dunn The Blue Rose Of Texas ‎(Cass, Album, Dol) Warner Bros. Records 92 59394 Canada 1989
9 25939-4 Holly Dunn The Blue Rose Of Texas ‎(Cass, Album, Club, Dol) Warner Bros. Records 9 25939-4 US 1989

Holly Dunn - The Blue Rose Of Texas FLAC album

Performer: Holly Dunn

Title: The Blue Rose Of Texas

Country: US

Date of release: 1989

Style: Country

Genre: Folk, Country

Size MP3: 1225 mb

Size FLAC: 1500 mb

Rating: 4.3 / 5

Votes: 563

Other Formats: AC3 AA AIFF APE VOC MMF TTA

Related to Holly Dunn - The Blue Rose Of Texas Albums