Run, Woman, Run (Album Version). Александр Новиков - Похороны Абрама.
The Best of Tammy Wynette: Live in Concert - Студийный альбом от Tammy Wynette. В альбом вошло 12 треков.
This article presents the discography of American country music singer Tammy Wynette (May 5, 1942 – April 6, 1998). Since 1966, Wynette has released a total of 30 studio albums. She released 6 music videos. She placed 64 singles on the US country chart, 20 of which reached on the Billboard Country Chart. George Jones and Tammy Wynette discography. A^ Tammy's Greatest Hits also peaked at number 72 on the Canadian RPM Top Albums chart.
When Tammy Wynette died in 1998, she was known as the First Lady of Country Music. Her music expressed drama and, judging by Jimmy McDonough's new biography, there was no shortage of it in her own life. Read an excerpt from his book, Tammy Wynette: Tragic Country Queen, here. Tammy Wynette: The 'Tragic Country Queen' When Tammy Wynette died in 1998, she was known as the First Lady of Country Music. Tammy Wynette: The 'Tragic Country Queen'. Listen · 10:17 10:17.
Happy birthday Tammy Wynette, the First Lady Of Country Music. With her songs she showed us what it means to live, love, ache and recover. An American treasure! Here she delivers her devastating 1967 hit "I Don't Want To Play House". Tammy Wynette - I Don't Wanna Play House. Music video by Tammy Wynette performing I Don't Wanna Play House. Originally released 1967 Tammy Wynette.
One of a Kind (Tammy Wynette album). One of a Kind is the eighteenth studio album by American country music singer-songwriter Tammy Wynette. It was released on November 14, 1977, by Epic Records. The album peaked at No. 32 on the Billboard Country Albums chart. The album's only single, "One of a Kind", peaked at No. 6 on the Billboard Country Singles chart. Adapted from the album liner notes. Bill Barnes - album design. Lou Bradley - engineer.
Tammy Wynette's third album, D-I-V-O-R-C-E features the number one C&W hit by the same name in addition to a bevy of album tracks, including covers of "Gentle on My Mind," "The Legend of Bonnie and Clyde," and the Beatles' "Yesterday. Amazingly, Wynette's version of "Yesterday" actually succeeds, and it's far less cloying than might be expected. Other tracks include "Kiss Away," co-written by producer Billy Sherrill, and "Honey (I Miss You)," an answer to Bobby Goldsboro's "Honey
Tammy Wynette, the country star known for her song "Stand By Your Man" and her achingly vulnerable singing voice, also possessed a toughness and determination that helped her endure a lifetime of heartbreak and drama. Wynette reached the top of the country music world but her personal life brought terrible low points. Wynette had two daughters with Byrd by the time she was 20-Gwendolyn and Jacquelyn-and then left him while she was pregnant with their third daughter, Tina, who developed spinal meningitis not long after her birth. She released her Greatest Hits, Volume 1, which became the first album by a female country singer to be certified gold by the Recording Industry Association of America, according to Rolling Stone. Wynette also joined the Grand Ole Opry, cementing her country-star status.
Tammy Wynette (May 5, 1942 – April 6, 1998) was an American country singer and songwriter. She was known as the "First Lady of Country Music" and one of her best-known songs was "Stand by Your Man," which was one of the biggest selling hit singles by a woman in the history of the music genre.
|A1||Stand By Your Man|
|A2||Another Lonely Song|
|A4||Good Lovin' (Makes It Right)|
|A5||Woman To Woman|
|B1||I Don't Wanna Play House|
|B2||Take Me To Your World|
|B3||Playin' Around With Love|
|B4||Reach Out Your Hand|
|B5||My Man (Understands)|
|C1||The Ways To Love A Man|
|C2||Run, Woman, Run|
|C4||Apartment No. 9|
|C5||Kids Say The Darndest Thing|
|D1||'Til I Get It Right|
|D2||I'll See Through Him|
|D3||He Loves Me All The Way|
|D4||We Sure Can Love Each Other|
|D5||Walk Through This World With Me|
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|1V 8048||Tammy Wynette||The Queen Tammy Wynette Volume 2 (LP, Comp)||Realm Records||1V 8048||US||1976|
|3V 8047||Tammy Wynette||The Queen Tammy Wynette (3xLP, Comp)||Realm Records||3V 8047||Canada||1976|
|V1 8047||Tammy Wynette||The Queen (LP, Comp)||Realm Records||V1 8047||US||1976|
Performer: Tammy Wynette
Title: The Queen Tammy Wynette Volume 1
Date of release: 1976
Genre: Folk, Country
Size MP3: 1880 mb
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